Fats Domino - The Imperial Singles Volume 5 1962-1964 download mp3 album
The Imperial Singles, Vol. 5: 1962-1964. The fifth and final volume in Ace's extensive series documenting Fats Domino's singles for Imperial covers the years in which the singer was settling into a slow and steady commercial decline after his mammothly successful first decade as a recording artist. When you were as big a star as Domino was, of course, that's relative. His final two Top 40 hits ("Jambalaya " and "You Win Again") are here, and several other tracks dented the charts, if in their lower regions.
By 1962, Fats Domino’s hit-making years were behind him as he settled into the decade releasing a regular supply of workmanlike singles to reasonable success; a selection of Domino originals – written with and without old collaborators such as Dave Bartholomew – sat alongside various covers. Hank Williams’ Jambalaya, Your Cheatin’ Heart and You Win Again are fair, but fans will likely prefer Ida Jane, Won’t You Come On Back and Isle Of Capri, which have the rolling vibe of Domino’s best work
All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Imperial Singles, Vol. 5: 1962-1964" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Antoine Dominique "Fats" Domino Jr. (born February 26, 1928) is an American R&B and rock and roll pianist and singer-songwriter. He was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Domino was delivered at home by his midwife grandmother.
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 . Domino had a steady series of hits for Imperial through early 1962, including "Walking' to New Orleans" (1960, Pop number 6), co-written by Bobby Charles, and "My Girl Josephine" (Pop number 14) in the same year. He toured Europe in 1962 and met the Beatles who would later cite Domino as an inspiration Imperial Records was sold in early 1963, and Domino left the label. I stuck with them until they sold out," he said in 1979.
The Imperial Singles, Volume 5: 1962-1964. Finally, I couldn't resist testing a volume of Ace Records' series, as they really brag-up their remastering. I prefer the stereo LP versions from post '58 found on other sets. The Ace sound quality is excellent.
Fats Domino - Imperial Singles, Vol. 4 (1959-1961, 2011).
New ListingFATS DOMINO - THE IMPERIAL SINGLES VOLUME 2 1953-1956 UK IMPORT CD! 30 TRX! Pre-Owned. Fats Domino-legends of the 20th Century CD ALBUM 1999.
Volume 2 contains recordings made up to November 1955. This period saw Fats cross over from the R&B charts to the Top 20 pop charts with Ain't It A Shame, which reached number 10 in July 1955. Another milestone, is the first (78 rpm) Domino single to gain release in Britain on the London label in February 1954, Rose Mary b/w You Said You Love Me. This CD presents a wonderful melange of blues, R&B and rock'n'roll which can be summarised under the title of the joyful Professor Longhair anthem, Mardi Gras In New Orleans . The Imperial Singles Vol 4 1959-1961. The Imperial Singles Vol 5 1962-1964. Louisiana/New Orleans.
|1||Jambalaya (On The Bayou)||2:21|
|2||I Hear You Knocking||1:54|
|4||You Win Again||2:04|
|5||My Real Name||2:12|
|6||My Heart Is Bleeding||1:43|
|7||Dance With Mr Domino||1:55|
|8||Nothing New (Same Old Thing)||2:07|
|9||Stop The Clock||1:45|
|10||Did You Ever See A Dream Walking||1:41|
|11||Won't You Come On Back||2:04|
|12||Hands Across The Table||1:57|
|14||Hum Diddy Doo||1:45|
|16||You Always Hurt The One You Love||2:10|
|17||Isle Of Capri||2:12|
|20||I Can't Go On This Way||1:56|
|21||I Can't Give You Anything But Love||2:05|
|23||Your Cheatin' Heart||2:07|
|24||When I Was Young||1:34|
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