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Fats Domino - 20 Greatest Hits flac album

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Performer: Fats Domino
Title: 20 Greatest Hits
Released: 1976
Style: Blues Rock, Louisiana Blues
Category: Rock / Blues
Rating: 4.2 ✦
Other format: FLAC AHX MOD MP4 AA ADX VOX

The Collection: Fats Domino. It Aint Over Till the Fat Man Sings. Greatest Hits: Walking to New Orleans. They Call Me the Fat Man (The Legendary Imperial Recordings).

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Greatest Hits: Walking To New Orleans '2007. The Gold Collection (2CD) '1997.

Fats Domino - The Fats Domino Jukebox (CD). Fats Domino - Fats Domino Jukebox: 20 Greatest Hits the Way You Originally Heard Them (CD).

Antoine Dominique "Fats" Domino (born February 26, 1928 in New Orleans, Louisiana, died October 24, 2017), was a classic R&B and rock and roll singer, songwriter and pianist. He was the best-selling African-American singer of the 1950s and early 1960s whose congenial, non threatening personality allowed him to succeed despite a period of deep-seated racial segregation. Domino is also a pianist with an individualistic bluesy style showing stride and boogie-woogie influences.

Fats Domino Greatest Hits Fats Domino Overview, Early Music Career, Breakout Hits, Crossover To Pop, Top Ten Hits. He was born Antoine Dominique Fats Domino Jr. on February 26, 1928, in New Orleans, Louisiana. His father was a well-known violinist, and Domino was inspired to play himself. He eventually learned from his uncle, jazz guitarist Harrison Verrett. He went on to sell over 65 million records in the fifties & sixties the most of any singer except for Elvis Presley. Fats Domino scored 63 hits on Billboard’s pop chart and 59 times on its R&B chart. In total, Fats Domino had 11 singles in the top 10, 18 singles in the top 20, and 37 singles in the top 40 on Billboard’s Pop charts. He had a total of 77 singles on the Hot 100 chart which includes 11 that peaked under the Hot 100. He received the Lifetime Achievement Award in 1987. He was voted into the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1986. Billboard ranks Fats Domino as the artist from 1955-1959, the artist from 1960-1969, and the artist of all-time from 1955-2010.

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Antoine "Fats" Domino Jr. (February 26, 1928 – October 24, 2017) was an American pianist and singer-songwriter. One of the pioneers of rock and roll music, Domino sold more than 65 million records. Between 1955 and 1960, he had eleven Top 10 hits. His humility and shyness may be one reason his contribution to the genre has been overlooked. During his career, Domino had 35 records in the . Billboard Top 40, and five of his pre-1955 records sold more than a million copies, being certified gold

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A1 Blueberry Hill
Alto Saxophone – Clarence FordBass – Frank FieldsDrums – Cornelius ColemanGuitar – Ernest McLeanTenor Saxophone – Herb Hardesty, Lee Allen, Butty Hagans*Written-By – Lewis*, Stock*, Rose*
2:19
A2 Be My Guest
Baritone Saxophone – Clarence FordDrums – Cornelius ColemanWritten-By – Domino*, Marascalco*, Boyce*
2:00
A3 My Girl Josephine
Written-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
1:59
A4 I Hear You Knocking
Baritone Saxophone – Clarence FordDrums – Cornelius ColemanTenor Saxophone – Herb HardestyWritten-By – Bartholomew/King*
1:54
A5 The Fat Man
Alto Saxophone – Joe Harris Bass – Frank FieldsDrums – Earl PalmerGuitar – Ernest McLeanTenor Saxophone – Alvin 'Red' Tyler*, Clarence Hall, Herb HardestyTrumpet – Dave BartholomewWritten-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
2:35
A6 Blue Monday
Alto Saxophone – Wendell Duconge*Bass – Frank FieldsDrums – Cornelius ColemanGuitar – Walter Nelson*Tenor Saxophone – Herb HardestyTrumpet – Dave BartholomewWritten-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
2:14
A7 Walking To New Orleans
Written-By – Domino/Bartholomew*, Guildry*
1:54
A8 Ain't It A Shame
Alto Saxophone – Wendell Duconge*Bass – Frank FieldsDrums – Cornelius ColemanGuitar – Walter Nelson*Tenor Saxophone – Herb HardestyTrumpet – Dave BartholomewWritten-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
2:24
A9 My Blue Heaven
Alto Saxophone – Clarence FordBass – Frank FieldsGuitar – Ernest McLeanTenor Saxophone – Herb Hardesty, Lee Allen, Buddy Hagans*Written-By – Whiting*, Donaldson*
2:04
A10 I Want To Walk You Home
Written-By – Domino*
2:21
B1 Whole Lotta Loving
Written-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
1:38
B2 Country Boy
Drums – Cornelius ColemanTenor Saxophone – Herb HardestyWritten-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
2:13
B3 Let The Four Winds Blow
Written-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
2:01
B4 It Keeps Raining
Drums – Cornelius ColemanWritten-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
2:42
B5 Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
Baritone Saxophone – Clarence FordDrums – Cornelius ColemanTenor Saxophone – Lee Allen, Buddy Hagans*Trumpet – Dave BartholomewWritten-By – Hank Williams
2:24
B6 I'm Ready
Written-By – Obichaux*, King*, Durand*
2:21
B7 Going To The River
Alto Saxophone – Wendell Duconge*Bass – Frank FieldsDrums – Earl PalmerGuitar – Walter Nelson*Tenor Saxophone – Herb HardestyWritten-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
2:29
B8 I'm Walking
Alto Saxophone – Lee AllenBass – Frank FieldsDrums – Cornelius ColemanGuitar – Walter Nelson*Tenor Saxophone – Herb HardestyWritten-By – Domino/Bartholomew*
2:02
B9 Goin' Home
Alto Saxophone – Wendell Duconge*Bass – Frank FieldsDrums – Earl PalmerGuitar – Walter Nelson*Trumpet – Dave BartholomewWritten-By – Young*, Domino*
2:10
B10 I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday
Alto Saxophone – Wendell Duconge*Bass – Frank FieldsDrums – Cornelius ColemanGuitar – Ernest McLeanTenor Saxophone – Herb HardestyWritten-By – Domino/Bartholomew*, Hayes*
2:02

Credits

  • Art Direction – Paul Henry
  • Compiled By – Tim Read
  • Design, Illustration – Bob Searles

Notes

On centre-labels: 'All rights of the record producer and owner of the work recorded reserved. Made in New Zealand by Festival Records (N.Z.) LTD. Public performance and copying of this record prohibited.'

On rear cover: 'Distributed by Festival Records (N.Z.) LTD., Auckland, New Zealand.'

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (etched)): SMX-50647 2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (etched)): SMX-50648 2C