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Aint That A Shame (Live) - Various - Rock The Night (CD)

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  1. Aug 08,  · Ain't That a Shame Lyrics: Well, I'm tired of hearing voices, I don't wanna hear no more / So call somebody, baby I'll be useless in the morning / My heart is all in tatters, I ain't nobody's.
  2. Ain’t That a Shame Lyrics: Ain’t that a shame / Ain’t that a shame / Ain’t that a shame / You wear those season holes / Dressed up in your momma’s clothes / No time for buttons and bows.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Ain't That A Shame at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection.5/5(1).
  4. Oct 25,  · In , he broke into the white pop charts with "Ain't it a Shame" — but actually sang the lyrics as "ain't that a shame." The song was covered blandly by Pat Boone as "Ain't That a Shame.
  5. The song’s title was “Ain’t That A Shame.” It was a Top Ten pop hit; the first hard-rocking black record to cross over. However, its rise on the pop charts for Domino came in a round about way. Fats had recorded “Ain’t That A Shame” at an earlier studio session in Los Angeles. Music Player “Ain’t That A Shame” – Fats.
  6. "Ain't It a Shame" was the tune that propelled him into the pop arena once and for all; not appreciably different from a number of other waxings from the same timeframe by the Creole-inflected pianist, its stop-time breaks, a strong mid-tempo rhythm, and a hearty tenor sax break by longtime bandsman Herb Hardesty framed Domino in precisely the.
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  8. Fats Domino had seven years' worth of recordings behind him when Imperial Records released his first LP, which was made up of songs dating back as far as -- "Ain't It a Shame" was the current hit, and his hit "The Fat Man" is also here, but there was a lot more to recommend this album. Fats' singing on "Poor Me" is some of the most expressive R&B of its era, and the worth of this LP.

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