Rock & Roll Time
|Rock & Roll Time|
|Studio album by|
|Released||November 7, 2014|
|Studio||House of Blues Studio, Memphis |
|Genre||Rock and roll |
|Label||Vanguard Records |
|Jerry Lee Lewis chronology|
Rock & Roll Time is the 41st studio album by American singer Jerry Lee Lewis, released on November 7, 2014, by Vanguard Records. The album featured several big name friends as musicians including Keith Richards, Band guitarist Robbie Robertson, Neil Young and Nils Lofgren.   The album peaked at number 33 on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart and number 30 on Billboard's Independent Albums chart.
- " Rock and Roll Time" – ( Kris Kristofferson, Roger McGuinn, Bob Neuwirth)
- " Little Queenie" – ( Chuck Berry)
- "Stepchild" – ( Bob Dylan)
- " Sick and Tired"– ( Chris Kenner, Dave Bartholomew)
- " Bright Lights, Big City" - ( Jimmy Reed)
- " Folsom Prison Blues" – ( Johnny Cash)
- "Keep Me in Mind" – (previously unpublished song by Mack Vickery)
- " Mississippi Kid" - ( Al Kooper, Bob Burns, Ronnie Van Zant)
- " Blues Like Midnight" – ( Jimmie Rodgers)
- " Here Comes That Rainbow Again" – (Kris Kristofferson)
- " Promised Land" – (Chuck Berry)
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- Spencer, Neil (October 18, 2014). "Jerry Lee Lewis: Rock & Roll Time review – the Killer's country heart" – via www.theguardian.com.
- Bernstein, Jonathan (October 28, 2014). "Jerry Lee Lewis 'Rock & Roll Time' Album Review".
- Rolling Stone: Jerry Lee Lewis makes his most personal LP in years with some seriously heavy-hitting sidemen "For his follow-up to 2006's Last Man Standing and 2010's Mean Old Man, Jerry Lee Lewis once again invites his famous friends to play on some old favorites. This time, though, he's not in a duetting mood. Lewis relegates the likes of Keith Richards, Robbie Robertson, Neil Young and Nils Lofgren to guitar and backing vocals – making this less a star-studded spectacle than a personal statement, with the 79-year-old singer bringing his voice and piano to several blues standards, a couple of Chuck Berry tunes and an unexpected Dylan deep cut ("Stepchild")."
- Daily Telegraph : Jerry Lee Lewis, Rock & Roll Time, review: 'oozes old-timer class' "At 79 years old, the veteran lends an air of oak-aged country depth on his latest record says Neil McCormick.