Fats Domino - Rock And Rollin' With Fats Domino mp3 album
Rock and Rollin' with Fats Domino, released in Europe as Carry On Rockin', is the 1956 debut album by R&B pianist and vocalist Fats Domino, compiling a number of his hits and other material, some of which would soon become hits. The album, which featured a woodcut portrait of the musician, reached on the Billboard "Pop Albums" chart. It is believed to have been produced by engineer Bunny Robyn due to the notation on the cover "A Robyn Recording".
Fats Domino – 1956- Rock And Rollin With Fats Domino. Fats Domino – Ain't That A Shame. Fats Domino – Ain't It a Shame. Fats Domino – Please Don't Leave Me. 2:31. Fats Domino (Rock And Rollin With Fats Domino) – Going To The River. Fats Domino – Bo Weevil. Fats Domino – Goin Home. Fats Domino – Don t Blame It on Me. 29:34. Fats Domino – 1956-Fats Domino Rock And Rollin. Fats Domino – All by Myself.
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Fats Domino had one of the earliest most successful rock and roll songs known. The song entitled The Fat Man, sold 1,000,000 copies in the early 1950s. From that point on, the hits kept on coming for Fats Domino. Fats Domino’s first album was released in 1955 on Imperial Records entitled Rock and Rollin’ with Fats Domino. His second album was released in 1956 entitled Fats Domino Rock and Rollin. Later that year he released the album This Is Fats Domino. In 1957 he released an album called This is Fats! As you can tell there was not much originality in the naming of his albums. 1957 also saw the release of the album entitled Here Stands Fats Domino
The Fat Man. Dave Bartholomew, Fats Domino.
Matrix, Runout (A Side Center Label): LP-9004-7. Matrix, Runout (B Side Center Label): LP-9004-8.
The album was first released on Imperial Records, catalog under the title Carry on Rockin' in November 1955 and reissued under the title Rock and Rollin' With Fats Domino. Various dates are given for the re-issue When Domino left Imperial in 1963 to join Paramount, Imperial retained the rights to this and several other of Domino's notable albums, reissuing it on LP as recently a. .