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Billy Ward With His Dominoes* - Rags To Riches (Shellac)

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  1. Rags to Riches / Don't Thank Me, a Single by Billy Ward and His Dominoes. Released in October on King (catalog no. ; Shellac 10"). Genres: Doo-Wop.
  2. 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 .
  3. Billy Ward And His Dominoes: Rags To Riches: Adler, Ross: Rate: B: Billy Ward And His Dominoes: Don't Thank Me: Billy Ward: Rate: Notes BB Oct 31, , p. 32 (New Records To Watch) BB Nov 7, , p. 36 (Review) A side vocal (uncredited): Jackie Wilson B side vocal (uncredited): Milton Merle and Jackie Wilson.
  4. Billy Ward and his Dominoes were an American R&B vocal group. One of the most successful R&B groups of the early s, the Dominoes helped launch the singing careers of two notable members, Clyde McPhatter and Jackie Wilson.
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  7. The Dominoes (also sometimes known as Billy Ward & the Dominoes) had one of the finest musical pedigrees of any R&B vocal group of the s, at least based on its founder's training and experience. A lots of R&B acts came out of a gospel background, and Bo Diddley even studied violin as a boy, but rare is the R&B vocal group whose founder was.
  8. Nov 01,  · Billy Ward and his Dominoes were an R&B powerhouse who dominated the charts in the early '50s. They opened up the path to rock and roll with the controversial "Sixty Minute Man" and spun off both Clyde McPhatter and Jackie Wilson. They formed in in Manhattan, New York. Their style can be described as s R&B, Doo-wop, or Pop Vocal.