Wanda Jackson: "Thunder on the Mountain"

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Bob Dylan himself suggested that the rockabilly queen record this blues shuffle from Modern Times. Jackson — who tackled "Thunder on the Mountain" for her upcoming, Jack White-produced album — sends the song back to 1958, sounding like she isn't a day over 21. With rollicking piano and White's squealing guitars, it's a sock-hop jam that name-drops Jerry Lee instead of Alicia Keys.

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