|Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Paul Schaffer, Fats Domino, Ron Wood.|
|Discussion during rehearsals. Fats Domino, Paul Shaffer, Ray Charles and (someone with the hair of) Jerry Lee Lewis.|
- The Fat Man - Fats Domino
- Walking To New Orleans - Fats Domino
- Blueberry Hill - Fats Domino
- Shake, Rattle And Roll - Fats Domino
- CC Rider - Fats Domino
- Sentimental Journey - Fats Domino
- I Was Raised On Rock - Jerry Lee Lewis, ft Ron Wood
- Great Balls Of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis, ft Ron Wood
- Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Jerry Lee Lewis, ft Ron Wood
- A Certain Girl - Ron Wood & Paul Shaffer
- I've Got A Woman - Ray Charles, ft Ron Wood
- Drown In My Own Tears - Ray Charles
- Lewis Boogie - Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis & Fats Domino, ft Ron Wood
- Jambalaya (On The Bayou) - Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis & Fats Domino, ft Ron Wood
- Swanee River Rock - Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis & Fats Domino, ft Ron Wood
- The Rockin' Piano - Instrumental
|Ad from TV Guide. 19 - 25 Jul. 1986.|
Listen to Paul Shaffer in the trailer, below. The first air date, on cable TV, I found was 25 July 1986, under the title Cinemax Sessions: Fats Domino And Friends.
There's also a German release (High Planet Entertainment, 8 September 2004, ASIN: B00022LOHY), titled Rockin' Pianos.
|German LP (1987).|
Performers & personnel:
Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis - piano, vocal; Ray Charles - keyboards, vocal; Sugar Blue - harmonica; accompanied by Paul Shaffer, Ron Wood, Roy Gaines, Harold Cowart, Steve Jordan.
The complete concert is often offered online on a pay-per-view basis in the U.S., and sometimes for free everywhere else:
The first 3m33s can be watched here.
Another promo for a 2017 broadcast of the show, with great rehearsal footage:
More rehearsal stuff here:
I've Got A Woman:
Drown In My Own Tears:
HBO Archives (Tape Ref Number 5488 - 125817) has shelved extensive backstage source materials. The AP Archive has a 5-minute news item from 5 August 1986, titled Fats Domino Homage: "Legendary jazz greats including Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis and Ron Wood, pay musical homage to pianist [sic! BS] Fats Domino".