Nobody doesn't like Jerry Lee, at least according to the guest list for the Killer's first record in 10 years. With guest turns from Bruce, Neil, Willie Nelson, Buddy Guy, John Fogerty, B.B. King, Cla

Nobody doesn't like Jerry Lee, at least according to the guest list for the Killer's first record in 10 years. With guest turns from Bruce, Neil, Willie Nelson, Buddy Guy, John Fogerty, B.B. King, Clapton, three Stones and about a dozen others, this record may be the most stacked cameo-heavy victory lap ever. Sure, it don't always work, but can you argue with the 71-year-old's shredding of "Rock N' Roll" with Jimmy Page ("Been a long time..." -- get it?), swapping of grandpa jokes with George Jones on "Don't Be Ashamed of Your Age" and swaggering on "Sweet Little Sixteen" with Ringo Starr, who reports on mic that Jerry's "lungs are better than mine." Well, that, and the Killer's fingers retain a heat that alternates from impressive to sort of awesome. A loose, bluesy run around the track. -- Jeff Vrabel