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Odd Man In is an album by Jerry Lee Lewis. It was released in 1975 on the Mercury label. By the mid-seventies, Lewis was as big a country music legend as he was a rock and roll icon, and songwriters provided him with compositions that played up to the myth of "the Killer. A change came over many of Lewis's later Mercury recordings," observes Colin Escott in the liner notes to the 2006 box set A Half Century of Hits.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 90/142 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Here is the BPM profile of Odd Man In. (Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jerry Lee Lewis. Rock & Roll Time. Knox Phillips Sessions. Live at Third Man Records. Duets: Jerry Lee Lewis and Friends. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
Oddly enough, 1975's Odd Man In didn't generate a single hit. Both "A Damn Good Country Song" and "Don't Boogie Woogie" couldn't manage to make it into the Country Top 40, a stumble that maybe could be chalked up to the Mickey Gilley mania that started to sweep the country in 1975 - Andrew McRae argues as much in the liner notes to BGO's two-fer reissue of I-40 Country and. Odd Man In - but it's still kind of a shock to realize that a record as lively as this didn't gain much traction upon its release
Jerry Lee Lewis didn't get much of a boost out of his 1973 return to rock & roll – a revival arriving on two separate LPs, one recorded in England (The Session) and one back home (Southern Roots) – so he slid back to country, scoring a hit with "Sometimes a Memory Ain't Enough" from the album of the same name. BGO's 2015 two-fer pairs two mid-'70s albums from Jerry Lee Lewis – 1974's I-40 Country and 1975's Odd Man In – on a single CD. Jerry Lee Lewis didn't get much of a boost out of his 1973 return to rock & roll – a revival arriving on two separate LPs, one recorded in England (The Session) and one back home (Southern Roots) – so he slid back to country, scoring a hit with "Sometimes a Memory Ain't Enough" from the album of the same name.
|1||Don't Boogie Woogie Layng Martine, Jr.||Jerry Lee Lewis||2:38|
|2||Shake Rattle and Roll Charles E. Calhoun||Jerry Lee Lewis||2:57|
|3||You Ought to See My Mind Carl Knight||Jerry Lee Lewis||2:25|
|4||I Don't Want to Be Lonely Tonight Baker Knight||Jerry Lee Lewis||3:16|
|5||That Kind of Fool Mack Vickery||Jerry Lee Lewis||2:28|
|6||Goodnight Irene Huddie Ledbetter / John A. Lomax||Jerry Lee Lewis||3:44|
|7||A Damn Good Country Song Donnie Fritts||Jerry Lee Lewis||2:08|
|8||Jerry's Place Ray Griff||Jerry Lee Lewis||2:34|
|9||When I Take My Vacation in Heaven Herbert Buffum / R.E. Winsett||Jerry Lee Lewis||3:08|
|10||Crawdad Song Traditional||Jerry Lee Lewis||3:10|
|11||Your Cheatin' Heart Hank Williams||Jerry Lee Lewis||2:46|
Performer: Jerry Lee Lewis
Title: Odd Man In
Style: Honky Tonk,Rock & Roll,Traditional Country,Rockabilly,Country-Pop
Size MP3: 1215 mb
Size FLAC: 1707 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Other Formats: MPC AIFF XM AU AHX WMA