“Another Place Another Time” by Jerry Lee Lewis - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1968Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

By 1968 Rock n Roll was long out of fashion and Jerry Lee Lewis decided it was time to hone in on his second love - country music. “Another Place, Another Time” was wholly recorded in Nashville, with some of the finest session men in the game such as Jerry Kennedy on lead guitar and Charlie McCoy on harmonica. Fueled by the success of their first single, “Another Place, Another Time”, they went all out for it, with 11 cuts typically favouring the new hard-country style preferred by the likes of Merle Haggard. “What’s Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me)” maintained the hit single success and the album's status - and Jerry Lee's comeback - was absolutely assured. He's a survivor that boy.

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A1 [02:31] 7.0.png Jerry Lee Lewis - What’s Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me) (Glenn Sutton) Country
A2 [02:46] 5.7.png Jerry Lee Lewis - Play Me A Song I Can Cry To (Jerry Chesnut) Country
A3 [02:44] 5.8.png Jerry Lee Lewis - On The Back Row (Jerry Chesnut, Norro Wilson) Country
A4 [02:03] 5.6.png Jerry Lee Lewis - Walking The Floor Over You (Ernest Tubb) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
A5 [02:28] 5.5.png Jerry Lee Lewis - All Night Long ‘68 (Traditional, Don Chapel) Country
A6 [02:54] 5.6.png Jerry Lee Lewis - I’m A Lonesome Fugitive (Liz Anderson, Casey Anderson) Country
B1 [02:22] 6.6.png Jerry Lee Lewis - Another Place, Another Time (Jerry Chesnut) Country
B2 [02:23] 5.0.png Jerry Lee Lewis - Break My Mind (John Dee Loudermilk) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B3 [02:02] 5.3.png Jerry Lee Lewis - Before The Next Teardrop Falls (Vivian Keith, Ben Peters) Country
B4 [02:08] 6.0.png Jerry Lee Lewis - All The Good Is Gone (Dottie Bruce, Norro Wilson) Country
B5 [02:09] 5.5.png Jerry Lee Lewis with Linda Gail Lewis - We Live In Two Different Worlds (Fred Rose) Country

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