Fats domino walking to new orleans please dont leave me - Fats Domino Discography at Discogs



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    After recording an impressive 37 different Top 40 hits for the label, Fats Domino left Imperial Records in 1963 — later claiming "I stuck with them until they sold out" — and joined ABC-Paramount Records, this time without his longtime sidekick, Dave Bartholomew. Whether due to the change in sound or because of changing popular tastes, Domino found his music less commercially popular than before. By the time American pop music was revolutionized by the 1964 British Invasion, Domino's reign at the top of the charts had reached its end.

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     · Lyrics to ' Walking To New Orleans ' by Fats Domino : I've got my suitcase in my hand Now, ain't that a shame I'm leavin' here today Yes, I'm goin' back home to

    "Swanee River Rock" by Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis & Ray Charles
    *" I Live My Life " by Richard Hell & the Voidoids
    *" Blue Monday " by Randy Newman

    According to biographies, Domino earned the nickname Fats from New Orleans bandleader Billy Diamond, who thought the young musician played like the pianists Fats Waller and Fats Pichon.


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