I'm in Love Again (song)

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"I'm in Love Again"
Single by Fats Domino
A-side "My Blue Heaven"
Released March 1956 (1956-03)
Genre Rhythm and blues
Label [Imperial 5386 US. London American HLP 8280 UK
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s) Dave Bartholomew
Fats Domino singles chronology
"Bo Weevil"
(1956)
""My Blue Heaven" / "I'm in Love Again""
(1956)
"When My Dreamboat Comes Home"
(1956)
"Bo Weevil"
(1956)
'"My Blue Heaven"/"I'm in Love Again"'
(1956)
"When My Dreamboat Comes Home"
(1956)

"I'm in Love Again" is a 1956 single by Fats Domino. The song was written by Domino and his longtime collaborator, Dave Bartholomew.[1] The single was Domino's third number one on the R&B Best Sellers list, where it stayed at the top for seven weeks. "I'm in Love Again" also peaked at number three for two weeks on the pop chart.[2] "I'm in Love Again" was a double-sided hit for Domino as the B-side of the pop standard, "My Blue Heaven".

Other versions[edit]

Bill Haley and His Comets covered this song on their 1960 covers album Bill Haley and His Comets. Other cover versions include, 1962 World Famous Upsetters (Little Richard) US single, 1958 Ricky Nelson LP track, 1961 Brook Bros. LP track, 1962 Paddy Manna Smash US single

The Animals covered it on both their US debut album The Animals, MGM Records – SE 4264, and their UK debut album also called The Animals, Columbia (EMI) 33SX 1669, in 1964. The Animals version on 'The Complete Animals' CDS 79 4613 2 Disc1 track 13 has totally different words although accredited to Domino & Bartholomew.

Paul McCartney recorded the song during his CHOBA B CCCP album sessions. It was released as a b-side for "This One" single and on 1991 international edition of CHOBA B CCCP.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Songwriting credits for "I'm in Love Again"; www.allmusic.com.
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 167. 

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Preceded by
"Long Tall Sally" by Little Richard
Billboard R&B Best Sellers in Stores number-one single
May 19, 1956
Succeeded by
"Fever" by Little Willie John