Mean Old Man

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Mean Old Man
Mean Old Man Album Art.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 7, 2010
RecordedMarch 2008−January 2010
GenreRock, country, honky-tonk, rock and roll, gospel
ProducerJim Keltner & Steve Bing
Jerry Lee Lewis chronology
Last Man Standing
Mean Old Man
Rock & Roll Time
Singles from Mean Old Man
  1. "Mean Old Man"
    Released: August 2010

Mean Old Man is the 40th studio album by rock and roll pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis. Like his previous album Last Man Standing, this album features duets with famous artists.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Mean Old Man" (with Ronnie Wood) (2:46)
  2. "Rockin' My Life Away" (with Kid Rock & Slash) (2:16)
  3. "Dead Flowers" (with Mick Jagger) (3:52)
  4. "Middle Age Crazy" (with Tim McGraw & Jon Brion) (3:44)
  5. "You Can Have Her" (with Eric Clapton & James Burton) (2:37)
  6. "You Are My Sunshine" (with Sheryl Crow & Jon Brion) (3:35)
  7. "Hold You In My Heart" (with Shelby Lynne) (2:41)
  8. "Swinging Doors" (with Merle Haggard & James Burton) (2:40)
  9. "Roll Over Beethoven" (with Ringo Starr, John Mayer, James "Hutch" Hutchinson, Jim Keltner & Jon Brion) (2:45)
  10. "Sweet Virginia" (with Keith Richards) (3:50)
  11. "Railroad to Heaven" (with Solomon Burke) (3:55)
  12. "Bad Moon Rising" (with John Fogerty) (2:17)
  13. "Please Release Me" (with Gillian Welch) (3:39)
  14. "Whiskey River" (with Willie Nelson) (3:19)
  15. "I Really Don’t Want to Know" (with Gillian Welch) (3:03)
  16. "Sunday Morning Coming Down" (5:07)
  17. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" (with Mavis Staples, Robbie Robertson & Nils Lofgren) (3:48)
  18. "Miss the Mississippi and You" (3:25)
  19. "Here Comes That Rainbow" (with Shelby Lynne) (2:06)

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak
Italy Albums Top 100 45[citation needed]
Norway Albums Top 40 39[citation needed]
Spain Albums Top 100 52[citation needed]
Sweden Albums Top 60 60[citation needed]
US Billboard 200 72[citation needed]

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