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2 Oct, 2012

Fats Domino - Walking To New Orleans / Blueberry Hill (Vinyl)

Record Label see all. Record Grading see all. Edition see all. Sleeve Grading see all. Condition see all. Please provide a valid price range. Buying format see all. All listings. Best Offer. Buy it now. Classified Ads. Item location see all. UK Only. European Union. When Domino stopped on tour in Lafayette, Louisiana , he invited Charles into his dressing room, and regretted he did not have a copy of his new record to give to Charles, but invited Charles to come visit him in Domino's home of New Orleans.

Charles replied, "I don't have a car. If I'd go, I'd have to walk. Domino was enthusiastic about the number and made a few modifications to it, including adding a quote from his earlier hit, " Ain't That A Shame ".

Dave Bartholomew made an orchestration for the backup band, and Domino with Bartholomew and band recorded it in Cosimo Matassa 's studio on Rampart Street. After the recording was made, Bartholomew decided to overdub a string section from the New Orleans Symphony. Use of classical strings was unusual for early rock and roll.

Domino was at first somewhat surprised when Bartholomew played back the new version with strings, but warmed to the distinctive sweet melancholy sound it added. Ships from: Amazon. Sold by: Amazon. FREE Shipping on your first order. Arrives: Sunday, Oct 4. Fastest delivery: Thursday, Oct 1 Details. Only 9 left in stock more on the way. Add to Cart. Secure transaction. Your transaction is secure. We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission.

Learn more. Ships from Amazon. Ships from. Sold by. Return policy: Returnable within 30 days of receipt In most cases, items shipped from Amazon. Read full return policy. Add gift options. Buy used:. Used: Good Details. Sold by Prime Goods Outlet. Fulfilled by Amazon. Condition: Used: Good. The Jamaican ska band Justin Hinds and the Dominoes, formed in the s, was named after Domino, Hinds's favorite singer.

In , various artists came together for a tribute to Domino, recording a live session containing only his songs. According to Richie Unterberger , writing for AllMusic , Domino was one of the most consistent artists of early rock music , the best-selling African-American rock-and-roll star of the s, and the most popular singer of the "classic" New Orleans rhythm and blues style.

His million-selling debut single, "The Fat Man" , is one of many that have been cited as the first rock and roll record. Warm and unthreatening even by the intensely congenial standards of New Orleans, he's remembered with fond condescension as significantly less innovative than his uncommercial compatriots Professor Longhair and James Booker. But though his bouncy boogie-woogie piano and easy Creole gait were generically Ninth Ward, they defined a pop-friendly second-line beat that nobody knew was there before he and Dave Bartholomew created 'The Fat Man' in In short, this shy, deferential, uncharismatic man invented New Orleans rock and roll.

Domino's rhythm, accentuating the offbeat , as in the song "Be My Guest", was an influence on ska music. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. New Orleans , Louisiana , US. Harvey, Louisiana , US. Rosemary Hall. Rock and roll boogie-woogie New Orleans rhythm and blues.

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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Pushout Centre Vinyl release of Blueberry Hill on Discogs. Label: United Artists Records - UP • Format: Vinyl 7. Label: United Artists Records - UP • Format: Vinyl 7 Fats Domino: Walking To New Orleans / Blueberry Hill /5(15).

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blueberry Hill / Walkin' To New Orleans on Discogs. Label: United Artists Records - 5C ,United Artists Records - 5C • Format: Vinyl 7. Fats Domino: Walking To New Orleans / Blueberry Hill /5(14).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blueberry Hill / Walking To New Orleans on Discogs. Label: Collectables - Col • Series: Back To Back Hit Series • Format: Vinyl 7. Fats Domino: Walking To New Orleans / Blueberry Hill 5/5(1).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blueberry Hill / Walking To New Orleans on Discogs. Label: Mercury - • Series: Legendary Oldies • Format: Vinyl 7 Fats Domino - Blueberry Hill / Walking To New Orleans (Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).
  4. Aug 14,  · There was a reason Fats Domino was the 2nd highest record seller after Elvis in the 's; it's absolutely impossible to remain sad while his infectious boogie piano hits - "Ain't That A Shame," "Whole Lotta Lovin'," "Blue Monday" and many more - roll out of your CD player/5().
  5. Did You Ever See A Dream Walking Birds And Bees Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans Stop The Clock Hum Diddy Doo Nothing New (Same Old Thing) This box contains: 1. Detroit City Blues 2. Rockin' Chair 3. Reeling And Rocking 4. Poor, Poor Me 5. How Long 6. Something's Wrong 7. You Done Me Wrong 8. Thinking Of You 4/5(15).
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  7. The Best of Fats Domino Fats Domino Pop · Preview SONG TIME Blueberry Hill. 1. PREVIEW Ain't That a Shame (Ain't It a Shame) 2. PREVIEW I'm Walkin' 3 Walking to New Orleans.
  8. "Walking to New Orleans" is a song by Bobby Charles, written for and recorded by Fats Domino. Domino was a hero of Charles. Domino had previously recorded the Charles tune "Before I Grow Too Old".
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