Waiting for a Train (take named (1.2) on BCD 17254)

~ Recording by Jerry Lee Lewis

Annotation

Mono mix of original stereo recording.
Also known as "All Around the Watertank".

Annotation last modified on 2016-03-30 12:38 UTC.

Appears on releases

#TitleLengthTrack ArtistRelease TitleRelease ArtistRelease Group TypeCountry/DateLabelCatalog#
Official
1.1All Around the Watertank (Waiting for a Train)1:39Jerry Lee LewisOle Tyme Country MusicJerry Lee LewisAlbum + Compilation
Sun Record CompanySUN 121
1.1All Around the Watertank (Waiting for a Train)1:39Jerry Lee LewisOle Tyme Country MusicJerry Lee LewisAlbum + Compilation
Bellaphon, Sun Record CompanyBI 1574
12.1Waiting for a Train (C)1:40Jerry Lee LewisThe Sun Years (12 LP set)Jerry Lee LewisOther + Compilation
Charly Records, Sun Record CompanySUN BOX 102
8.6Waiting for a Train -21:41Jerry Lee LewisThe Sun Years: The Definitive Rock 'n' Roll and Country Recordings: November 1956 to August 1963 (8 CD set)Jerry Lee LewisOther + Compilation
Charly Records, Sun Record CompanyCD Sun Box 1
2.25Waiting for a Train1:43Jerry Lee LewisThe Ultimate: The Sun YearsJerry Lee LewisOther + Compilation
Charly Records, Sun Record CompanyCD Sun Box 4
14.6Waiting for a Train (1.2)1:44Jerry Lee LewisJerry Lee Lewis at Sun Records: The Collected Works ("What the Hell Else Do You Need?")Jerry Lee LewisOther + Compilation
  • DE2015-11-11
Bear Family Productions Ltd. (Bear Family Records since 2013)BCD 17254 RL

Relationships

producer:Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records)
bass guitar:Jay W. Brown (on 1962-01-05)
drums (drum set):Al Jackson, Jr. (Booker T & The MGs drummer) (on 1962-01-05)
guitar:Roland Janes (on 1962-01-05)
Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (on 1962-01-05)
organ:Shirley Sisk (on 1962-01-05)
piano and vocals:Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (on 1962-01-05)
phonographic copyright by:Sun Record Company (in 1970)
remix of:Waiting for a Train (take named (1.2) on BCD 17254 stereo)
recording of:Waitin’ for a Train (on 1962-01-05: cover)

Waitin’ for a Train

lyricist and composer:Jimmie Rodgers (country music pioneer, died in 1933)