Originally issued in 1961, Jerry Lee's Greatest! is not actually a 'Best Of' per se but rather The Killer's second and final LP for the Sun Record Company. The album is anchored by his signature hit "Great Balls Of Fire," which appeared on LP for the first time here, and his beloved take on Ray Charles' "What'd I Say." Showcasing Lewis' eclectic versatility, it also finds rock 'n' roll's first great wild man tackling Motown ("Money"), country ("Cold, Cold Heart"), blues ("Hello, Hello Baby"), and of course straight ahead rock 'n' roll ("Break Up"). The album has been remastered for vinyl and is presented true-to-form, with original artwork and liner notes courtesy of ORG Music.