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Default He says he isnt, I'm not so sure

Anybody over the age of 60, tell me what you think.


Oh, he is NOT american.

Oh, turn the volume UPPPP!
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That'll wake ya up in the mornin'!!

enjoyed it, thanks Bob

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HE LIVES!! He's reincarnated.
Loved it. Thanks, Bob.

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Internet says he's Swedish. He might not be Jerry Lee but I would have to say that Jerry must have inspired him.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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That track is almost 20 years old.
heres another, with Jerry Lee's sister playing piano with him.

I saw Jerry Lee once, about 15 years ago.
i saw his sister twice, about 20 years ago.
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Not bad, but not as good as what I recall hearing. This is more my cuppa.
Saw him, The Big Bopper, Paul Revere And The Raiders, and a few others live, many, many moons ago. Now that was music, not like the @#$% the put out today.
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Both Jerry Lee Lewis and Buddy Holly inspired a lot of the musicians who came after.
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I listened to 31 seconds of the video. That was enough. I haven't listened much of anything but classical for 40 years. My Crosley turntable and CD player died. I tried an old cassette player but it needs oiled or something. I have a lot of old record albums and cassettes. My mother, in her infinite wisdom, gave away my record collection that had a lot of old records from the 30s and 40s plus a few records in Slovak that were my grandparent's.

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Great stuff. Thanks.
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I listened to 31 seconds of the video. That was enough. I haven't listened much of anything but classical for 40 years. My Crosley turntable and CD player died. I tried an old cassette player but it needs oiled or something. I have a lot of old record albums and cassettes. My mother, in her infinite wisdom, gave away my record collection that had a lot of old records from the 30s and 40s plus a few records in Slovak that were my grandparent's.
Durn, sounds a lot like me. Been listening to mostly classical for about 64 years, that's what my radio is tuned in on. Only time I change the station is when they play opera, and then I try for a classic rock & roll station.

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