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Learnin The Blues - Billy Ward And His Dominoes - Billy Ward And His Dominoes Featuring Clyde McPhatter And Jackie Wilson (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. JoJojind
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Very Best of Billy Ward and the Dominoes - Billy Ward & the Dominoes on AllMusic - - Even though there are a .
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  3. Kazrall
    Billy Ward and His Dominoes covered Harbor Lights, When the Saints Go Marching In, I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You, Oh, Lady Be Good! and other songs. Billy Ward and His Dominoes originally did Harbor Lights, Do Something for Me, Chicken Blues, When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano and other songs.
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  4. JoJosho
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Billy Ward And His Dominoes Featuring Clyde McPhatter on Discogs/5(4).
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  5. Nekus
    One of the most popular vocal groups of the early s, Billy Ward and His Dominoes owed their success to three men: Clyde McPhatter, Jackie Wilson and Billy Ward. It was Ward's group - he organized it, masterminded in promotion, wrote the songs and arrangements and dictated every stage move right from the beginning.
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  6. Bazilkree
    Despite their lack of chart success, the Dominoes continued to perform into the s, and LPs -- mostly exploiting Clyde McPhatter's and Jackie Wilson's name and work -- did appear periodically. The group is principally remembered in the context of their respective careers, though "Sixty Minute Man" does occupy an exalted place in its own.
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  7. Nicage
    The group had a number 27 pop hit with ‘St. Therese of the Roses’, with Jackie on tenor. billy ward and his dominoes featuring clyde mcphatter - / billy ward and his dominoes - sea of glass - / clyde mcphatter with billy ward and his dominoes - The Dominoes went through a succession of personnel changes.
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  8. Moogumuro
    "The Bells" is a rhythm and blues song written by Billy Ward and Rose Ann Marks and recorded by Billy Ward and His Dominoes in , featuring Clyde McPhatter on lead tenor. It was released on Federal Records as the B-side of the group's single "Pedal Pushin' Papa".
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  9. Nishicage
    Billy Ward was a vocal coach and knew talent when he heard it. He formed and run (some say too strictly) the Dominoes from start to finish - early s to mid s. Obviously the 2 most famous singers to come out of the Dominoes by far were Jackie Wilson and Clyde McPhatter.5/5(2).
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