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2CD Set: GVC2021

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FATS DOMINO - The Big Beat
The Early Hits Of Fats Domino
CD1
The Fat Man
Every Night About This Time
Rockin’ Chair
Goin’ Home
How Long
Poor Poor Me
Going To The River
Please Don’t Leave Me
Rose Mary
Something’s Wrong (My Heart’s In Your Hands)
You Done Me Wrong
Thinking Of You
Don’t You Know
All By Myself
Ain’t That A Shame
Blue Monday
Poor Me
I Can’t Go On (Rosalie)
I’m In Love Again
Bo Weevil
Don’t Blame It On Me
So-Long
My Blue Heaven
When My Dreamboat Comes Home
What’s The Reason I’m Not Pleasing You
Blueberry Hill
Honey Chile
I’m Walkin’
What Will I Tell My Heart
The Rooster Song
CD2
It’s You I Love
Valley Of Tears
Wait And See
The Big Beat
Little Mary
When I See You
I Still Love You
I Want You To Know
As Time Goes By
My Happiness
I’m In The Mood For Love
Troubles Of My Own
La-La
Don’t You Hear Me Calling You
You Can Pack Your Suitcase
Where Did You Stay?
If You Need Me
Are You Going My Way (Hey Little School Girl)
Fats’ Frenzy
You Said You Loved Me
Swanee River Hop
Goodbye
Second Line Jump
I Love Her
Trust In Me
The Fat Man’s Hop
Reeling And Rocking
Tired Of Crying
Careless Love
Hey Fat Man.
The most popular exponent of classic New Orleans R&B. Fats sold more records than any other black Rock ‘n’ Roll star of the 50s. His first single, ‘The Fat Man’ is a candidate for the first R’n’R record. #2 on the U.S. R&B charts it sold a million copies. He crossed over into the pop charts in a big way with ‘Ain’t That a Shame’ in 1955 a Top 10 hit. Pat Boone’s cover went to No.1. ‘Blueberry Hill’ (his best-known) single, ‘I’m Walking’, ‘Blue Monday’ & ‘I’m in Love Again’ were also huge successes
.... all are featured here with many other favourites from the 1950s.

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