Toussaint at the Freret Street Festival,
New Orleans, 2009
Toussaint performing in Stockholm in 2009
Allen Toussaint receiving the National Medal of Arts in 2013

7) "I Want to Walk You Home" (Domino, Bartholomew) Allen Toussaint and Paul McCartney

- Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino

In 2007, Toussaint performed a duet with Paul McCartney of a song by New Orleans musician and resident Fats Domino, "I Want to Walk You Home", as their contribution to Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino (Vanguard Records).

- Allen Toussaint
Toussaint at the Freret Street Festival,
New Orleans, 2009

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Dr. John at the 2007
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

Dr. John

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American singer and songwriter.

American singer and songwriter.

Dr. John at the 2007
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
Dr. John at the 2006 Jazz à Vienne festival, in Vienne, France
Dr. John at the Liri Blues Festival, Italy, July 2010
Dr. John performing at Le Poisson Rouge, New York City, 2011

In 1973, with Allen Toussaint producing and The Meters backing, Dr. John released the seminal New Orleans funk album In the Right Place.

In 2007, he contributed to Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino, performing "Don't Leave Me This Way".

Thomas at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, 2006

Irma Thomas

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American singer from New Orleans.

American singer from New Orleans.

Thomas at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, 2006
Thomas appearing with James Taylor and others in 2008

She then began recording on the Minit label, working with songwriter and producer Allen Toussaint on songs including "It's Raining" and "Ruler of My Heart", which was later reinterpreted by Otis Redding as "Pain in My Heart".

Also in 2007, Thomas accepted an invitation to participate in Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino where, singing with Marcia Ball, she contributed "I Just Can't Get New Orleans Off My Mind".

Raitt in 2000

Bonnie Raitt

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American blues singer, songwriter, guitarist, record producer and political activist.

American blues singer, songwriter, guitarist, record producer and political activist.

Raitt in 2000
Raitt performing at the Berkeley Community Theater, 1976–1977
Raitt at the 1990 Grammy Awards
Raitt performing at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, April 23, 2004
Raitt with musician Jackson Browne at a 1997 press conference opposing the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository

In 2007, Raitt contributed to Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino.

In the film, Raitt performs "What is Success" with Allen Toussaint and band, a song he wrote and that Raitt included on her 1974 album Streetlights.

Cleary in 2008

Jon Cleary (musician)

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British-born American funk and R&B musician based in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he has studied the "musical culture and life of New Orleans" according to his website.

British-born American funk and R&B musician based in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he has studied the "musical culture and life of New Orleans" according to his website.

Cleary in 2008
Jon Cleary, Cornell Williams (b) & A.J. Hall (dr) at INNtöne Jazzfestival, Austria 2016

In the film, Cleary performs a piano duo of "Tipitina" with Allen Toussaint.

Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino - with Bonnie Raitt - Track 10 "I'm in Love Again/All by Myself" (Vanguard, 2007)

Theresa Andersson at French Quarter Festival, 2012

Theresa Andersson

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Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Theresa Andersson at French Quarter Festival, 2012
Andersson in 2006
Theresa Andersson performs at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, April 2009.

Since then, Andersson has performed and recorded with several well-known New Orleans musicians, including Allen Toussaint, The Neville Brothers, The Meters and Betty Harris.

In 2007, she accepted an invitation to participate in Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino, where she performed "When The Saints Go Marching In" with The Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

I Want to Walk You Home

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July 1959 R&B/pop single by Fats Domino.

July 1959 R&B/pop single by Fats Domino.

In 2007, the song was covered by Paul McCartney who sung it, and Allen Toussaint playing the piano, as their contribution to Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino (Vanguard).