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Billy Ward And His Dominoes - Man In The Stained Glass Window album download

Performer: Billy Ward And His Dominoes
Title: Man In The Stained Glass Window
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Billy Ward And His Dominoes - Man In The Stained Glass Window album download


12/62 - DOOWOP - VOCAL GROUP HARMONY - RHYTHM AND BLUES.

The Very Best of Billy Ward and the Dominos - Студийный альбом от Billy Ward and His Dominoes. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 25 треков.

Jackie Wilson recalled, "Billy Ward was not an easy man to work for. He played piano and organ, could arrange, and he was a fine director and coach. He knew what he wanted, and you had to give it to him. And he was a strict disciplinarian. You better believe it! You paid a fine if you stepped out of line. Ward most likely got the idea of levying fines against group members from his tenure in the military. - - 21 Hits Volume Four. Man In The Stained Glass Window" b/w "My Fair Weather Friend". - - Non-album tracks.

In the Spotlight: Billy Ward and His Dominoes. Their 1951 megahit "Sixty Minute Man" paved the way for the emergence of rock and roll on white radio. Spawned legendary singers Clyde McPhatter (The Drifters) and Jackie Wilson. A mainstay on the early '50s R&B charts. The only vocal group to be invited to play Alan Freed's 1952 "Moondog Coronation Ball," widely considered the first "rock and roll" concert. The Dominoes, straining against the strict regulations of Ward, once disappeared for two full weeks after finding some hospitable female fans. Were such a potent and popular live act that Dinah Washington, among others, refused to follow them on stage. They were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2006. Billy Ward and his Dominoes Hit Singles. R&B hits: "Sixty Minute Man" (1951).

A superb bandleader and songwriter, Billy Ward recognized Wilson 's dynamic talent, and with Wilson 's over the top gospel approach and unique phrasing, which often cascaded into swooping melismatic sighs, the Dominoes never skipped a beat, and continually charted hits with Wilson until his departure for a solo career in 1956. The Dominoes left the King/Federal group in 1956 to sign with Decca Records, and Wilson departed soon after to sign with Brunswick Records and begin his solo career.

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