Walking to New Orleans is a studio album by American guitarist and singer George Benson, released by Provogue Records on 26 April 2019. It is Benson's first recording since Inspiration: A Tribute to Nat King Cole, which was released in 2013. Benson made this album to tribute to pianist Fats Domino and guitarist Chuck Berry.
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FATS DOMINO скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Fats Domino - Trouble Blues, Fats Domino - Ain't That a Shame, Fats Domino - Blue Monday, Fats Domino - My Girl Josephine, Fats Domino - The Fat Man, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Fats Domino – Please Don't Leave Me. 1:57. Fats Domino – Walking to New Orleans. Fats Domino – Whole Lotta Lovin'. Fats Domino – You Done Me Wrong. Fats Domino – My Blue Heaven.
Where Inspiration was a lushly swinging standards album, Walking to New Orleans is all blues grit and old-school R&B swagger. Though primarily influenced by jazz artists like Wes Montgomery and Charlie Christian, Benson certainly owes at least a modicum of his soulful style to early rock legends Berry and Domino, both of whom helped shape the sound of modern rock and pop music
Antoine "Fats" Domino was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, on the 26th of February 1928. When he was a 7 year old kid, he learned piano from his,much older, brother-in-law Harrison Verrett. His piano playing was influenced by boogie woogie pianists like Albert Ammons, Meade Lux Lewis and his triplet piano style came from Little Willie Littlefield, who,by the way,lives in the Netherlands. Later, in 1965, he had a very good live album on MERCURY and a couple of albums on REPRISE and SONET.
Album: Walking to New Orleans, Original Release Date: 2002. Songwriter(s): Cary Grant Gilbert, Leon Huff, Kenny Gamble Publisher(s): Warner-tamerlane Publishing Corp.
Fats Domino, one of the founding fathers of rock 'n' roll (and one of its last surviving architects), died Tuesday at 8. New Orleans legend Fats Domino is remembered by those he influenced. Domino was one of the cornerstones of rock 'n' roll, helping define the form with such R&B-rooted early-'50s records as "The Fat Man," "Goin' Home" and "Please Don't Leave M. The singer and pianist followed his 1955 national breakthrough, "Ain't That a Shame," with a barrage of mainstream hits, including "Blueberry Hill," "Walking to New Orleans," "Blue Monday" and "I'm Walkin'.