Jerry Lee Lewis
Knox Phillips Sessions - The Unreleased Recordings CD
Knox Phillips, the elder son of Sun Records founder Sam, followed his father into the world of record production, engineering and studio ownership, and in the mid 1970s was running his fathers studio in Memphis.
Jerry Lee Lewis was recording a series of Country albums in Nashville, but turned up at Phillips' recording studio in the evenings when he wanted to explore a different type of repertoire.
This CD is the result of those late-night visits 10 tracks where Jerry Lee explores the great American songbook
The result is a fine album with some good time Rock 'n' Roll featuring plenty of Jerry Lee Lewis' trademark pumpin' piano.