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  • Summary: Co-produced by Steve Bing and Jim Keltner, the latest release from the rock singer known as "The Killer," is backed by a band that includes such artists as Doyle Bramhall II, Jon Brion, Nils Lofgren, Keith Richards, Robbie Robertson, Derek Trucks, Ron Wood, and Neil Young, with guest vocalsCo-produced by Steve Bing and Jim Keltner, the latest release from the rock singer known as "The Killer," is backed by a band that includes such artists as Doyle Bramhall II, Jon Brion, Nils Lofgren, Keith Richards, Robbie Robertson, Derek Trucks, Ron Wood, and Neil Young, with guest vocals from Shelby Lynne. Expand
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  • Record Label: Vanguard
  • Genre(s): Country, Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll, Progressive Country, Outlaw Country, Honky Tonk
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Keep Me in Mind
keep me in mind keep me in mind if you ever get lonely i'll be around if you just call you're one of a kind and i'll always love you when you need... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Classic Rock Magazine
    Dec 17, 2014
    80
    The whole damn album's as sweet as a pecan nut. [Nov 2014, p.93]
  2. 80
    Unlike other such projects that prop up ageing rockers with a surplus of headliners respectfully going through the motions, Lewis is totally in control as he cranks out these tunes with a fire and intensity that doesn’t seem to have dimmed despite his six decade career.
  3. Oct 29, 2014
    80
    Because this is an album from a man of such reputation there is no room for faltering and so the record’s short running time and exemplary sequencing are two of the album’s greatest strengths.
  4. Oct 27, 2014
    70
    Nobody else can sing like Jerry Lee and it remains a pleasure to hear him sink his teeth into nearly any song, especially when he's supported by a team as sympathetic as he is here.
  5. Oct 27, 2014
    70
    On all of them, Mr. Lewis sounds peaceful, steady-rolling; this is as easy for him as falling off a log. What’s missing is the thing he’s great at: creating a feeling of surprise or danger.
  6. Oct 28, 2014
    60
    Despite its title, Rock & Roll Time actually ends up making a better case for revisiting Lewis' oft-ignored legacy as a country hitmaker.
  7. Under The Radar
    Dec 19, 2014
    60
    The result is another ambitious chapter in the career of a a man who doesn't appear to be quietly going away. [Dec 2014, p.90]

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