Fats Domino – I’m Ready (2018)

Posted by Green on August 8, 2018as

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The most popular exponent of the classic New Orleans R&B sound, Fats Domino sold more records than any other black rock & roll star of the 1950s. His relaxed, lolling boogie-woogie piano style and easygoing, warm vocals anchored a long series of national hits from the mid-’50s to the early ’60s. Through it all, his basic approach rarely changed. He may not have been one of early rock’s most charismatic, innovative, or threatening figures, but he was certainly one of its most consistent.

Domino’s first single, “The Fat Man” (1949), is one of the dozens of tracks that have been consistently singled out as a candidate for the first rock & roll record. As far as Fats was concerned, he was just playing what he’d already been doing in New Orleans for years, and would continue to play and sing in pretty much the same fashion even after his music was dubbed “rock & roll.”


01. I’m Ready
02. Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey
03. Big Mouth
04. I’m Going to Cross That River
05. Have You Seen My Baby? (Single Version)
06. I Know
07. So Swell When You’re Well
08. Honest Papas Love Their Mamas Better
09. One for the Highway
10. Blues So Bad
11. These Old Shoes
12. Wait till It Happens to You
13. One More Song for You
14. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
15. Lovely Rita
16. New Orleans Ain’t the Same (Single Version)
17. Work My Way up Steady
18. When You’re Smiling
19. Sweet Patootie (Single Version)
20. Another Mule
21. Blueberry Hill (Live at Montreux)
22. I’m Walkin’ (Live at Montreux)
23. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) [Live at Montreux]
24. I’m In Love Again (Live at Montreux)
25. Blue Monday (Live at Montreux)

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