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  • Performer: Fats Domino
  • Album: The Greatest Hits of Fats Domino
  • FLAC: 1628 mb | MP3: 1357 mb
  • Released: 1983
  • Style: Rock & Roll
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 475
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Fats Domino - The Greatest Hits of Fats Domino album flac

Tracklist

A1 I'm Walking
A2 Blue Monday
A3 The Fat Man
A4 Yes It's Me And I'm In Love Again
A5 Blueberry Hill
B1 Josephine
B2 I Can't Go On This Way
B3 Lady Madonna
B4 I Wanna Walk You Home

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Original Stars

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CS 83000 A/CS 83000 B

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The Fats Domino Jukebox: 20 Greatest Hits, 2002. The Fats Domino Jukebox: 20 Greatest Hits, 2002. Going to the River, 02:35.

This is the discography for the American rock singer Fats Domino. Rock and Rollin' with Fats Domino (1955, Imperial). Fats Domino Rock and Rollin' (1956, Imperial). This Is Fats Domino! (1956, Imperial). This Is Fats (1957, Imperial). Here Stands Fats Domino (1957, Imperial). The Fabulous Mr. D (1958, Imperial). Fats Domino Swings (1959, Imperial). Lets Play Fats Domino (1959, Imperial). A Lot of Dominos! (1960, Imperial). Sings Million Record Hits (1960, Imperial).

Biography by Richie Unterberger. A giant figure of R&B and rock & roll, the New Orleans singer and pianist contributed scores of beloved classics to pop history.

Fats Domino – "Blue Monday". Blue Monday how I hate Blue Monday, got to work like a slave all day," Domino moans, and the hammering, repetitive piano chords seem to echo his malaise. So distinct was Fats Domino's touch in the '50s that when he turned out a version of the already well-covered 1940 tune "Blueberry Hill," he pretty much erased all memory of previous ones from the public's mind, imbuing the song with his easy-going, down home charm and twinkling piano work. 8. Fats Domino – "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)". Unlike a number of his biggest hits, this upbeat number also finds Fats sounding like he's having a great time. There's no loneliness or heartbreak here, just a fervent celebration of the food and attitude of his hometown.