the killer

Written by Dave \”Curly\” Williams and Sunny David in a fusion of race for music\’s sake, this song was recorded by The Commodores; Big Maybelle; Delores Frederick; and Sunny David himself (in the guise of Roy Hall) long before the killer tracked it down and nailed it straight through the heart.

Lewis was originally from Louisiana, schooled in Texas, and by connecting with Sun Records forever associated with Memphis, Tennessee.

Shake it.

* Note what appears to be tiny traces of amphetamine sulphate, or possibly cocaine, in the lower right hand side of the picture. No wonder there was a whole lot of shakin\’ going on.

JERRY LEE LEWIS: WHOLE LOT OF SHAKIN\’ GOING ON from \”Whole Lot Of Shakin\’ Going On b/w It\’ll Be Me\” 45 (Sun) 1957 (US)



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