How The Devil's Music Possessed Jerry Lee Lewis
Nick Tosches, The History of Rock, 1981
THERE HAVE been only two figures of mythic dimension in the history of rock'n'roll. First and foremost was Elvis Presley, the guileless star-god who rendered rock'n'roll acceptable to the masses. Then came Jerry Lee Lewis, the dark angel who personified all that was hellish and fearsome in rock'n'roll.
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