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8 thoughts on “ Jerry Lee Lewis, Linda Gail Lewis - Roll Over Beethoven (Vinyl)

  1. Gotta Travel On - (featuring Linda Gail Lewis) 7. Milwaukee Here I Come - (featuring Linda Gail Lewis) 8. Cryin' Time - (featuring Linda Gail Lewis) 9. Roll Over Beethoven - (featuring Linda Gail Lewis) Secret Places - (featuring Linda Gail Lewis) Don't Take It Out on Me - (featuring Linda Gail Lewis) Earth up Above (Grand Ole Moon 5/5(4).
  2. She toured with Jerry Lee Lewis for some years and later became involved with the Jerry Lee Lewis Museum at Ferriday. Linda Gail quit school in the early 60s and took to the road as a backing vocalist with her brother’s show. (number 9) and the less popular ‘Roll Over Beethoven’ (number 71). She recorded several singles for the label.
  3. Jerry Lee Lewis (born September 29, ) is an American singer, musician, and pianist, often known by his nickname, The adrierdredironcrusherkeswyn.xyzinfo has been described as "rock & roll's first great wild man and one of the most influential pianists of the twentieth century.".
  4. (With Jerry Lee Lewis) "Seasons of my Heart," (With Jerry Lee Lewis) "Don't Let Me Cross Over," (With Jerry Lee Lewis) "Roll Over Beethoven," "Before the Snow Flies," "Smile, Somebody Loves You," "I Wanna Be A Sensuous Woman," Solo albums. Two Sides of Linda Gail Lewis, Smash, International Affair, New.
  5. When it comes to Linda Gail Lewis, you're talking Rock'n'Roll royalty. The youngest sister of piano-pounding Louisiana Fireball Jerry Lee, Linda Gail's pedigree was never in doubt from the very first moment she debuted at Sun in the early 60s. Having kick-started her showbiz career as a Jazz singer, she also toured and recorded extensively with.
  6. T he autopsy that cleared Jerry Lee Lewis called Shawn Michelle Lewis, 25, “a well-developed, well-nourished, white female, measuring sixty-four inches in length, weighing pounds. The hair.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Together (Linda Gail) - Jerry Lee Lewis on AllMusic -
  8. Jun 14,  · "Roll Over Beethoven" was the single and flopped, either because it wasn't a Country song or because of Linda's vocals, probably both. The two duet's from the "Hall Of Fame" LPs have also been recycled here. It's still a worthy record alone for Jerry's sake, but the time and tape space could have been used for better solo performances/5(1).

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