Vocal: Tommy Ryan. The melody slightly echoes Didier Hébert's I Woke Up One Morning In May (1929 - Columbia), sung in cajun French as Je me suis levé matin dans Mai and reissued on Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music.
Gene Autry [also in film The Singing Hill (1941)]
Fats Domino [n°1 R&B]
Elvis Presley [with the same lyrical mistake as Fats "the vows we made were only to be" instread of "were never to be"]
Inconnus [as Les Plaines bleues]
Christa Williams é Gita Lind [as Ein kleines Haus]
Blueberry Hill is so associated with Fats Domino, the contours of both singer and mountain match. Quite an acchievement since Blueberry Hill appears to be just one peak in a whole Blueberry range. The hill was many times older than Fats' version. Also, when he recorded it in '56, this was the first successful R&B cover of something out of Hollywood. Following Fats Domino's Blueberry Hill came Little Richard's Baby Face and By The Light Of The Silvery Moon, two other pre-war standards. Fats followed it up with My Blue Heaven, What's The Reason I'm Not Pleasing You, Margie and Red Sails In The Sunset. More Blueberry Hill's: Jerry Lee Lewis, Billy J. Kramer and Mud.