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01 I'm gonna be a wheel someday
02 I'm walking
03 Ain't that a shane
04 The fat man
05 I wanna walk you home
06 Walking to New Orleans
07 Your cheating heart
08 Please don't leave
09 Whiskey heaven
10 Going to the river
11 What a price
12 Poor me
13 Jambalaya
01 Blueberry Hill
02 My girl Josephine
03 Let the four winds blow
04 Margie
05 Another mule kicking in your stall
06 I'm in love again
07 Rosemary
08 Valley of tears
09 The sheik of araby
10 I'm in the mood for love
11 Mardi gras in New Orleans
12 When the saint go marching in
13 Sentimental journey
 
In the spring of 1986, Fats Domino was one of the first inductees into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, alongside Chuck Berry, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, Little Richard and James Brown. At the time, Dave Bartholomew, his long-time producer and co-writer, said of him, ´He´s just like the cornerstone - you build a new church and you lay the cornerstone, and if the church burns down, the cornerstone is still there. I think Fats will be here until the end of time´.
In his covering article, ´The music that changed the world´, Rolling Stone journalist Kurt Loder noted, ´ Domino was an unabashed apostle of fun and good feelings . . . His lusciously slurred delivery, set atop a classic Crescent City musical base thick with saxophones and clumps of block-chord piano, created an atmosphere of foot-tapping amiability. Fats seldom deviated from this patented style but the style itself was endlessly appealing.´ It was as Loder wrote, ´the distinct sound of a city´. And that city was New Orleans.
Featuring 16 hits live at The University of New Orleans!
 
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