For his first album release in six years, Jason D. Williams teams up with producer Todd Snider to create a treat for roots-rock aficionados. The Arkansas piano-man’s knack for keyboard ferocity has brought him frequent comparisons with “The Killer,” Jerry Lee Lewis. Here, he proves himself his own man by offering a pleasingly crazed selection of originals co-written with Snider and Dan Baird. Williams addresses the Killer issue head-on in “Like Jerry Lee,” then blasts through such woozy barroom rambles as “If You Ever Saw a Baby With Its Pud,” “Crippled Down” and “To Hell With You.” Several songs — especially “You Look Like I Could Use a Drink” and “Really Really Pretty” — have the musical snap and maniacal humor of classic rockabilly. From a weirder zone come “Big Red Green One” and “White Trash,” a pair of tunes Williams wrote in his early teens. The album is rounded out by some well-chosen covers, including John Prine’s sly “Daddy’s Little Pumpkin.” The instrumental “Yes I Can” reaffirms Jason D.’s effortless piano prowess.