Rock and Rollin’ with Fats Domino
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Rock and Rollin’ with Fat Domino is the 1956 debut album by rock and roll pianist and vocalist Fat Domino, compiling plenty of his hits and different materials, a few of which might quickly turn into hits. All included recordings have been launched beforehand on Imperial Data singles from 1950 to 1956. The album, which featured a
woodcut portrait of the musician,[2] reached No. 17 on the Billboard “Pop Albums” chart.[3] It’s believed to have been produced by engineer Bunny Robyn as a result of notation on the quilt “A Robyn Recording”.[2]

Launch historical past

The album was launched on Imperial Data, catalog #LP-9004, in March 1956[4] and reissued by London Data underneath the title Stick with it Rockin’.[5]

When Domino left Imperial in 1963 to hitch Paramount, Imperial retained the rights to this and a number of other different of Domino’s notable albums,[6] reissuing it on LP as just lately as 1981.[7] Particularly, the album was reissued in 1969 as stereo (the truth is “Electronically re-recorded to simulate stereo”, as printed on cowl) by Liberty Data, the brand new proprietor of Imperial Data, with catalog# LP-12387[8] and later in 1978 by United Artists Data, the brand new proprietor of Liberty Data, with catalog# UAS 29.097.[9][note 1]

It has subsequently been reissued along side one other early Domino album, Million Sellers by Fat, as Rock and Rollin’ with Fat Domino/Million Sellers by Fat.[12]


Though this was Domino’s album debut, the R&B pianist had already been recording singles for seven years on the time of this launch.[13] The album compiled plenty of Domino’s hit singles in addition to some songs that might quickly turn into hit singles, together with “Ain’t It a Disgrace” (#1 “”Black Singles”, #10 “Pop Singles”), “All by Myself” (#1 “Black Singles”), “Poor Me” (#1 “Black Singles”), “Bo Weevil” (#5 “Black Singles”, #35 “Pop Singles”) and “Do not Blame It On Me” (#9 “Black Singles”), however omitted “Do not You Know” (#7 “Black Singles”), “I Cannot Go On” (#6 “Black Singles”) and “Pondering of You” (#14, “Black Singles”).[14][15]

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Besides the place in any other case famous, all songs by Dave Bartholomew and Fat Domino.

  1. “The Fats Man” – 2:33
  2. “Bored with Crying” (Domino) – 2:10
  3. “Goin’ House” (Domino, Al Younger) – 2:09
  4. “You Mentioned You Beloved Me” – 2:32
  5. “Going to the River” – 2:28
  6. “Please Do not Go away Me” (Domino) – 2:30
  7. “Rose Mary” – 2:10
  8. “All by Myself” – 2:18
  9. “Ain’t It a Disgrace” – 2:23
  10. “Poor Me” – 2:15
  11. “Bo Weevil” – 2:01
  12. “Do not Blame It on Me” – 2:38


  • Fat Domino – piano, vocals
  • Bunny Robyn – presumed producer[2]


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