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Jerry Lee Lewis And His Pumping Piano - What'd I Say MP3

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Performer: Jerry Lee Lewis And His Pumping Piano
Title: What'd I Say
Country: France
Style: Vocal
Category: Rock / Soul & Funk / Blues / Pop
Rating: 4.4
Catalog #: HLS 9335
Label: Disques London

Tracklist

1Livin' Lovin' Wreck
Written-By – Blackwell
2:00
2What'd I Say
Written-By – Charles
2:25


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
356Jerry Lee Lewis And His Pumping Piano What'd I Say ‎(7", Single)Sun 356US1961
M. 17165Jerry Lee Lewis And His Pumping Piano What'd I Say ‎(7", Single)London RecordsM. 17165Canada1961
45-HLS 9335Jerry Lee Lewis What'd I Say / Livin' Lovin' Wreck ‎(7", Single)London Records, London American Recordings45-HLS 9335UK1961
45-HLS 9335Jerry Lee Lewis What'd I Say ‎(7", Single)London Records, London American Recordings45-HLS 9335UK1961
45-HL-S 9335Jerry Lee Lewis What'd I Say ‎(7", Single)London Records, London American Recordings45-HL-S 9335UK1961


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