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Otto Ortwein 'Fats' (Gitarre, Klavier, Sax) † Herbert Zimmer (Sax) Arthur Frohwein (Sax) Arno Neumann (Schlagzeug) Ferry Radics (Gitarre) Horst Müller (Sax) Paul Flanz (Schlagzeug) Heinz Kübler (Sax) Werner Sondhof (Klavier) †.
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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 His 1956 recording of "Blueberry Hill", a 1940 song by Vincent Rose, Al Lewis and Larry Stock (which had previously been recorded by Gene Autry, Louis Armstrong and others), reached number 2 on the Billboard Juke Box chart for two weeks and was . .
Artist: Fats & His Cats. Album: Golden Sixties, 2010.
Album This Is Fats Domino! Blueberry Hill Lyrics. I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill On Blueberry Hill, when I found you. The moon stood still on Blueberry Hill And lingered until my dream came true. The wind in the willow played Love's sweet melody But all of those vows you made Were never to be. Though we're apart, you're part of me still For you were my thrill on Blueberry Hill.
His cats were his family, wrote Freestone, adding that Mercury made sure each cat had his or her own Christmas stocking filled with treats and toys. In 1985, Mercury took his devotion to his cats to a new level-dedicating his solo album Mr. Bad Guy to my cat Jerry-also Tom, Oscar, and Tiffany, and all the cat lovers across the universe-screw everybody else! Jacky Smith, the longtime director of the Official Queen Fan Club, claimed that Mercury’s fans would send him toys for the already spoiled animals, explaining, They did get ordinary cat food at times, but mostly it was fresh chicken and fish prepared for them. Photos of his beloved animals would also appear in her Queen newsletters.
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