|Performer:||Billy Ward And His Dominoes|
|Title:||Sixty Minute Men: The Best Of Billy Ward & His Dominoes|
|Style:||Rhythm & Blues, Soul|
|Category:||Funk, Soul / Blues|
|Other format:||MP2 XM ADX AU VOX AHX FLAC|
Billy Ward and his Dominoes were an African-American R&B vocal group. One of the most successful R&B groups of the early 1950s, the Dominoes helped launch the singing careers of two notable members, Clyde McPhatter and Jackie Wilson
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Billy Ward was neither a flamboyant vocalist nor a great instrumentalist; his success came directly from his ability to spot and nurture talent. Unfortunately, Ward was also a taskmaster and couldn't hold onto singers very long after discovering and recruiting them for his groups. But for a short period in the 1950s, Ward and the Dominoes ruled R&B by featuring two of its premier vocalists, Clyde McPhatter and Jackie Wilson. Neither stayed long, but were in the band enough time to make some seminal hits, included in this 20-cut anthology
Sixty Minute Man" is a rhythm and blues (R&B) record released in 1951 by Billy Ward and his Dominoes. It was written by Billy Ward and Rose Marks and was one of the first R&B hit records to cross over to become a hit on the pop charts. It is regarded as one of the most important of the recordings that helped generate and shape rock and roll.
Sixty Minute Man. 2:32. 7. The Deacon Moves In. Vocals – Little Esther. Can't Do Sixty No More. Featuring – Vic Schoen And His Orchestra. Remastered By – Randall Merryman. Other (ISBN): 1568263252.
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Sixty Minute Men: The Best Of Billy Ward & His Dominoes. Debut Album, Yours Forever. Even Billy Ward himself gets into the act with a calypso number "Lucinda" and a nifty pop tune called "Do It Again". Also included is the bizarre 1958 hit "Jennie Lee". You may recall this novelty tune was originally recorded by Jan and Arnie. While there are several other Billy Ward, Dominoes collections out there this piece covers only the late 50's material that appeared on Liberty. These tunes reflect the more pop-oriented sound developed for the Dominoes while at Liberty. It contains 19 tracks including his three top-100 pop charted sides ("Star Dust", "Deep Purple" and "Jennie Lee"). Considering the vintage of these recordings, it was fairly amazing to find a number of these sides in stereo, albeit the primitive binaural stereo of the era.
|1||Do Something For Me||3:04|
|3||"No" Says My Heart||1:42|
|4||Weeping Willow Blues||2:26|
|6||Sixty Minute Man||2:32|
|7||The Deacon Moves In
Vocals – Little Esther
|8||Heart To Heart
Vocals – Little Esther
|9||I Am With You||3:12|
|10||That's What You're Doing To Me||2:25|
|11||These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You||3:08|
|12||When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano||3:08|
|13||Have Mercy Baby||2:23|
|14||I'd Be Satisfied||1:57|
|16||Pedal Pushin' Papa||2:35|
|17||You Can't Keep A Good Man Down||2:00|
|18||Rags To Riches||2:42|
|19||Can't Do Sixty No More||2:35|
Featuring – Vic Schoen And His Orchestra