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Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino

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Subject: Tom Petty, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Plant, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Ben Harper, B.B. King, Los Lobos, Maceo Parker, Randy Newman
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Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino

Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino
Studio album by Various Artists
Released 2007
Recorded 2007 and 1975 (John Lennon track)
Genre Rock, blues, rhythm and blues
Label Vanguard
Producer Adam Shipley and Bill Taylor
Various Artists chronology

That's Fats: A Tribute to Fats Domino
Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino

Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino is a 2007 tribute album by various artists to Fats Domino, issued by Vanguard Records.


In contrast to an earlier tribute album, That's Fats: A Tribute to Fats Domino (Capitol, 1996), which mostly contained previously released cover versions, Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino is (with the exception of the opening track, by John Lennon) composed of newly recorded versions. The album is critically described as " of the more remarkable tribute albums to surface in recent years...(s)panning the worlds of rock (Neil Young, Elton John, Los Lobos, Tom Petty), blues (B.B. King), country (Willie Nelson), jazz (Herbie Hancock), and even reggae (Toots & the Maytals, who just nail "Let the Four Winds Blow")..."[1]

Track listing and performer credits

  1. "Ain't That a Shame" (Domino, Bartholomew) John Lennon
  2. "I'm Walkin'" (Domino, Bartholomew) Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
  3. "Goin' Home" (Domino, Bartholomew) Ivan Neville's DumpstaPhunk and B.B. King
  4. "Blueberry Hill" (Rose, Lewis, Stock) Elton John
  5. "My Girl Josephine" (Domino, Bartholomew) Taj Mahal and the New Orleans Social Club
  6. "Every Night About This Time" (Domino, Bartholomew) Buddy Guy, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Joss Stone
  7. "I Want to Walk You Home" (Domino, Bartholomew) Allen Toussaint and Paul McCartney
  8. "Whole Lotta Lovin'" (Domino, Bartholomew) Rebirth Brass Band, Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews, Pee Wee Ellis, Fred Wesley, Maceo Parker and Lenny Kravitz
  9. "Don't Leave Me This Way" (Domino, Bartholomew) Doctor John
  10. "I'm in Love Again/All by Myself" (Domino, Bartholomew) Jon Cleary and Bonnie Raitt
  11. "Please Don't Leave Me (Domino) Art Neville
  12. "Going to the River" (Domino, Bartholomew) Robbie Robertson and Galactic
  13. "Blue Monday" (Domino, Bartholomew) Randy Newman
  14. "It Keeps Rainin'" (Domino, Bartholomew, Guidry) Lil Band O Gold and Robert Plant
  15. "One Night (Of Sin)" (Bartholomew, King) Corinne Bailey Rae
  16. "Walking to New Orleans" (Domino, Bartholomew, Guidry) Neil Young
  17. "Valley of Tears" (Domino, Bartholomew) Robert Plant and the Soweto Gospel Choir
  18. "My Blue Heaven" (Donaldson, Whiting) Norah Jones
  19. "Honey Chile" (Domino, Bartholomew) Lucinda Williams
  20. "Rising Sun" (Domino) Sam Bush and Marc Broussard
  21. "When I See You" (Domino, Bartholomew) Olu Dara and the Natchezippi Band with Donald Harrison, Jr.
  22. "Be My Guest" (Boyce, Domino, Marascalo) Skatalites and Ben Harper
  23. "Let the Four Winds Blow" (Domino, Bartholomew) Toots & the Maytals
  24. "I Hear You Knockin'" (Bartholomew, King) Willie Nelson
  25. "I Just Can't Get New Orleans Off My Mind" (Domino) Irma Thomas and Marcia Ball
  26. "Don't Blame It on Me" (Domino, Bartholomew) Bruce Hornsby
  27. "I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday" (Domino, Bartholomew, Hayes) Herbie Hancock, Ziggy Modeliste and Renard Poche
  28. "The Fat Man" (Domino, Bartholomew) Los Lobos
  29. "So Long" (Domino, Bartholomew) Big Chief Monk Boudreaux and Galactic
  30. "When the Saints Go Marching In" (traditional) Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Theresa Andersson

Other credits

  • Adam Shipley Executive Producer
  • Bill Taylor Executive Producer, Liner Notes
  • Bill Bentley Advisor


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