Jerry Lee Bootlegs



Postby Jos » Sun Jul 20, 2008 7:21 am

Ahoy
Rotterdam, Netherlands
April 19, 1981

Intro
Ring Of Fire
A Thing Called Love
Sunday Morning Coming Down
Folsom Prison Blues
San Quentin
The Last Time
Without Love
Doin' My Time (w/ Marty Stuart)
The Baron
Far Side Banks Of The Jordan
I Walk The Line
Give My Love To Rose
The Long Black Veil
Hey Porter
I Still Miss Someone
Big River
Lay Me Down In Dixie (w/ Cindy Cash)
Ghost Riders In The Sky
Casey Jones
Orange Blossom Special
Medley:Matchbox-Whole Lotta Shakin' Going One-Blue Suede Shoes
(Carl Perkins & Jerry Lee Lewis)
Medley:I'll Fly Away-I Saw The Light-Daddy Sang Bass-Will The Circle Be Unbroken
(w/Carl Perkins & Jerry Lee Lewis)
Rock And Roll Ruby

http://rapidshare.com/files/75535881/JC_4-19-81_D1P1.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/75538204/JC_4-19-81_D1P2.zip
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Postby Maarten K. » Tue Aug 12, 2008 1:00 pm

Too bad the tracklist isn't readable. Another homemade compilation? Never seen it before.

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Postby Dirk B. » Tue Aug 12, 2008 1:08 pm

I have his Disc. It is professionally made and has a very good design. It contains a lot of tracks from TV Shows, beginning from the Steve Allen Show 57.
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Postby Maarten K. » Tue Aug 12, 2008 1:13 pm

Dirk B. wrote:I have his Disc. It is professionally made and has a very good design. It contains a lot of tracks from TV Shows, beginning from the Steve Allen Show 57.


Interesting. What shows with Jerry does it feature? Probably nothing 'new'?
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Postby Dirk B. » Tue Aug 12, 2008 1:24 pm

I didn't find much clips that I haven't seen before. I'll post a tracklist this evening when I'm home.
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Postby Dirk B. » Tue Aug 12, 2008 5:55 pm

Now here's the tracklist:

Steve Allen Show: WLSGO
Dewey Philips: You Win Again, Great Balls Of Fire
Bandstand: Breathless
Movie Intro: High School Confidential
Be My Guest: No One But Me
Steve Allen Show: WLSGO
Bandstand: GBOF
Ready Steady Go: High Heel Sneakers
Shindig 1964: Mean Woman Blues
Shindig 1965: I Believe In You, Take Me Out To The Ball Game
Jamboree: GBOF
Shindig 1965: Breathless, Long Tall Sally, GBOF
Bandstand 1964: GBOF, High Heel Sneakers
Shindig 1965: Rockin’ Pneumonia, High School Confidential, WLSGO
Don’t Knock The Rock: GBOF, High School Confidential, I’m On Fire, WLSGO
Sonny & Cher Show: Rock’n’Roll Is Here To Stay (Sonny & Cher)/WLSGO/
Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry), GBOF, School Days (Chuck Berry)/High School
Confidential, Reelin’ And Rockin’ (Chuck & Jerry Lee)
I’m Ready (Fats Domino)
Blue Monday (Fats Domino)
Little Darlin’ (Monkees)
Long Tall Sally (Little Richard)
Down The Line
Midnight Special: Chantilly Lace
1979: Rockin’ My Life Away
Tom Jones Show: GBOF (with Tom Jones), Down The Line (with Tom), Long Tall Sally (with Tom), WLSGO (with Tom)
Midnight Special: Breathless
Conway Twitty Show: Long Tall Sally/WLSGO, Mona Lisa/Danny Boy
Halloween Horror Night: Hey Good Lookin’
Jackson (with Linda Gail Lewis)
Money (with Phoebe Lewis)
Old Grey Whistle Test: Chantilly Lace/WLSGO
Lewis Bop (with Slim Jim Phantom on drums)
Honey Don’t (Carl Perkins)
Mean Woman Blues/Blue Suede Shoes (with Carl Perkins)
Bonus Track: WLSGO (Crazy Version – private film)

nice digipak, it looks like a bim bam product, although I can't find it on their website. PAL 4:3 Codefree, Dolby Digital 2.0, BW/Color, total 142 minutes
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Postby Maarten K. » Tue Aug 12, 2008 6:34 pm

Thanks. Nothing new to me, but a nice collection. Especially if the quality is good. I wonder what this on is: Bonus Track: WLSGO (Crazy Version – private film)

An amateur video, I reckon? 70's, 80's, 90's of 00's?
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Postby Dirk B. » Tue Aug 12, 2008 7:19 pm

The "crazy version" is the one with Jerry Lee on vocals and a roadie on piano - an amateur video from a concert in the 80's.
The picture quality of the DVD is quite good. The DVD is from 2007, labelled with "Pin Up Productions".
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Postby peterchecksfield » Tue Aug 12, 2008 7:30 pm

Dirk B. wrote:The "crazy version" is the one with Jerry Lee on vocals and a roadie on piano.
The picture quality is quite good. The DVD is from 2007, labelled with "Pin Up Productions".


Presumably they mean the version from Dartford '85 (though that wasn't a roadie, it was Conway Twitty's drummer!).

And I guess 'Lewis Bop' is actually 'Goosebumps' from 'Jay Leno's Tonight Show'.

Often bootleggers simply get things wrong, but probably just as often they mis-label things on purpose...
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Postby Dirk B. » Tue Aug 12, 2008 7:34 pm

I just watched the "Lewis Bop" clip - and what should I say: You're completely right - it's "Goose Bumps". And in the other case you're right, too: It's Dartford 85.
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Postby thrund » Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:59 pm

Does anyone know details about this CD?

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It should all be instrumental recordings.

Thanks,
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Postby peterchecksfield » Sat Aug 16, 2008 8:04 pm

tolazytodie wrote:Does anyone know details about this CD?

Image
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It should all be instrumental recordings.

Thanks,
Thomas


It doesn't exist...

http://www.topfreeforum.com/jerryleelew ... ryleelewis
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Postby thrund » Sat Aug 16, 2008 8:14 pm

peterchecksfield wrote:It doesn't exist...
http://www.topfreeforum.com/jerryleelew ... ryleelewis


Oh yes, thanks.
My old brain can recall now.

:oops:
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Postby Roland Boy » Mon Sep 08, 2008 7:33 pm

I've just picked up the bootleg CD 'The Real Thing'. I have most of the stuff already, but I was really impressed with the three songs from the Paris Olympia in June 1963. I don't think these have been out before, have they?

Also, there's a brief interview where Jerry isn't too kind about Sam Phillips. Is this what was on first pressings of the 'Rock Smuk' LP and then withdrawn? The sleeve says it was done in London on April 25th 1972. But that date is also given for the 'Old Grey Whistle Test' show, which it says was done in Glasgow. I'm confused!!!
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Postby peterchecksfield » Mon Sep 08, 2008 7:56 pm

Roland Boy wrote:I've just picked up the bootleg CD 'The Real Thing'. I have most of the stuff already, but I was really impressed with the three songs from the Paris Olympia in June 1963. I don't think these have been out before, have they?

Also, there's a brief interview where Jerry isn't too kind about Sam Phillips. Is this what was on first pressings of the 'Rock Smuk' LP and then withdrawn? The sleeve says it was done in London on April 25th 1972. But that date is also given for the 'Old Grey Whistle Test' show, which it says was done in Glasgow. I'm confused!!!


I don't have this bootleg, but the Paris '63 songs have been circulating for a few years now. As for the rest, it sounds like typical JLL bootleg misinformation!
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