The Fat Man. Occupation. Singer-songwriter, musician. His 1949 release "The Fat Man" is widely regarded as the first million-selling Rock 'n Roll record. One of his most famous songs is Blueberry Hill. Domino's debut album contained several of his recent hits and earlier blues tracks that had not been released as singles, and was issued on the Imperial label (catalogue number 9009) in November 1955, and was reissued as Rock and Rollin' with Fats Domino
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In the 1930s Fats Pichon led what some considered the best big band in New Orleans. It also made Mississippi Riverboat excursions. Musicians included young Dave Bartholomew. This band never recorded. In the 1940s he began a long gig as the house pianist at The Old Absinthe House, a popular venue on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, where he remained until about 1960, with occasional tours of other parts of the . Latin America, and the Caribbean. In 1951 Pinchon moved into the role of Eddie the Waiter, replacing comedian Eddie Green, on the NBC weekly radio comedy Duffy’s Tavern.
Walter 'Fats'Pichon: American jazz pianist, singer, bandleader, and songwriter. Woman (A Calypso), Sweet Lorraine, Mack the Knife и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Walter 'Fats' Pichon - Yo Yo 03:01. Lou And His Ginger Snaps - The Way He Loves Is Just Too Bad 03:09. Henry Allen And His New York Orchestra - It Should Be You 03:08. Walter 'Fats' Pichon - Doggin' That Thing 03:25. Henry Allen And His New York Orchestra - Biff'ly Blues 03:28. Henry Allen And His New York Orchestra - Swing Out 03:22. Lou And His Ginger Snaps - The Way He Loves Is Just Too Bad 03:07. Harlem Jazz - Luis Russell And His Orchestra.
Charlie Holmes puts his personality on the front line, and Fats Pichon sings "I've Got That Thing" with plenty of mustard as usual. But things are definitely changing. On "I'm Watching the Clock," a relaxed recording made in September of 1928, King Oliver expressed himself beautifully, but his chops were on the wane. By the beginning of 1929, Louis Metcalf is the featured cornet soloist in front of King Oliver's Orchestra, using the mute a lot like Joe had brandished it years earlier.
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|A||The Man I Love
Written By – George & Ira Gershwin
|B||How Deep Is The Ocean (How High Is The Sky)
Written-By – Irving Berlin
- Made By – The Compo Company Ltd.
- Piano – Walter "Fats" Pichon