Fellow Louisiana wildman Huey Meaux produced this 1974 LP, which Jerry Lee considered to be his last great rock album. They went to town on soul, country, R&B and swamp pop—and they recorded enough for two "Southern Roots" LPs, though only one was released. Here, for the first time, is all of it—and you also get to hear all the chatter and outtakes that were never meant to be heard. Double-vinyl version (180-gram) includes "Meat Man," "Haunted House," "Born to Be a Loser," "Honey Hush," "Hold On I’m Coming," "Raining in My Heart," "Polk Salad Annie," Jerry Lee’s amazing versions of "Cry" and "When a Man Loves a Woman" and more. The 2-CD set adds nine additional tracks and double the chatter…listen as Jerry Lee and Huey argue, laugh and make music late into the night! It’s Jerry Lee as you’ve never heard him before. Bear Family.
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