These two albums bring together some of Domino's work for Imperial Records and highlight his amazing singing and piano playing talents.
1.My Blue Heaven
2.Swanee River Hop
3.Second Line Jump
6.I Love Her
7.I'm In Love Again
8.When My Dreamboat Comes Home
9.Are You Going My Way
10.If You Need Me
11.My Heart Is In Your Hands
15.What's The Reason I'm Not Pleasing You
19.Troubles Of My Own
20.You Done Me Wrong
21.Reeling And Rocking
22.Fat Man's Hop
23.Poor, Poor Me
24.Trust In Me
25.I'm Walkin (Bonus Track)
26.It's You I Love (Bonus Track)
2 LPs on 1 CD: ROCK AND ROLLIN' WITH (1956)/THIS IS FATS DOMINO (1957).
Liner Note Author: Marv Goldberg.
Arranger: Fats Domino.
Antoine "Fats" Domino's brand of New Orleans R&B had scarcely changed since his first record, "The Fat Man," in 1949 but with the advent of rock 'n' roll, his record label encouraged him to push the rhythm, drop the blues, beef up the saxes, write teenage lyrics and call it rock 'n' roll. Fats did not mind: he simply loved playing music. This collection included older material such as "Please Don't Leave Me," but still justified the rock 'n' roll tag. Fats' wife is the subject of "Rosemary" and they had eight children, each of which was christened with a name beginning with "A." Perhaps Fats' records had plenty of bounce because he used to work in a bedsprings factory?
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