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Tracklist

CD 1

1)

The fat man (02:37) Domino, Fats

2)

Goin' home (02:12) Domino, Fats

3)

Going to the river (02:34) Domino, Fats

4)

Please don't leave me (02:39) Domino, Fats

5)

Something's wrong (02:42) Domino, Fats

6)

Ain't that a shame (02:30) Domino, Fats

7)

All by myself (02:24) Domino, Fats

8)

Poor me (02:20) Domino, Fats

9)

I can't go on (Rosalie) (02:11) Domino, Fats

10)

Bo weevil (02:06) Domino, Fats

11)

Don't blame it on me (02:43) Domino, Fats

12)

I'm in love again (01:57) Domino, Fats

13)

My blue heaven (02:08) Domino, Fats

14)

When my dreamboat comes home (02:19) Domino, Fats

15)

So long (02:12) Domino, Fats

16)

Blueberry hill (02:23) Domino, Fats

17)

Honey Chile (01:50) Domino, Fats

18)

Blue monday (02:20) Domino, Fats

19)

I'm walkin' (02:08) Domino, Fats

20)

It's you I love (02:03) Domino, Fats

21)

Valley of tears (01:53) Domino, Fats

22)

Wait and see (01:58) Domino, Fats

23)

Whole lotta loving (01:39) Domino, Fats

24)

I'm ready (02:05) Domino, Fats

25)

I want to walk you home (02:22) Domino, Fats

26)

I'm gonna be a wheel someday (02:03) Domino, Fats

27)

Be my guest (02:17) Domino, Fats

28)

Walking to New Orleans (02:01) Domino, Fats

29)

My girl Josephine (02:07) Domino, Fats

30)

Let the four winds blow (02:20) Domino, Fats

Review

Following Capitol/EMI's last Fats Domino CD compilation (Fats Domino Jukebox: 20 Greatest Hits the Way You Originally Heard Them) by five years, 2007's Greatest Hits: Walking to New Orleans betters that comp in terms of sheer numbers (as it does 1990s My Blue Heaven) by ten tracks and this is a case when more is indeed more. Ten tracks is enough to offer depth, particularly in his earliest sides but also with a couple lesser-known hits from his rock & roll prime, turning this into a joyous overview of one of the greatest musicians of the '50s. It's nice to have this hit the pre-rock & roll and R&B a bit harder -- "Ain't That a Shame" doesn't roll around 'til track six, then it's another ten before "Blueberry Hill" kicks off the string of crossovers -- because it illustrates how hard this rocker, who often gets pigeonholed as merely a genial piano player, really rocked. And though he cut other great material during his Imperial Records stint, it is surely one of the most consistent bodies of work in rock & roll/R&B, heard to full effect either in the four-disc Walking to New Orleans or the complete Bear Family box: for those who don't want or need to delve that deeply, or are just beginning to explore, this is nothing less than essential. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Contributors

Artist Fats Domino

Label Capitol/EMI Records

Label Capitol

Product Details

DUIN 7P9FDOLNEGT

GTIN 5099950235124

Release Date 17.08.2007

Amount of Discs 1

Product type CD

Track Count 30

Dimension 4.92 x 5.63 x 0.39  inches

Greatest Hits: Walking to New Orleans

DOMINO FATS

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Seller: Dodax EU

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