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Billy Ward And His Dominoes - Star Dust / Lucinda (Shellac)

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  1. Billy Ward And His Dominoes: Star Dust ‎ (7", Single) Liberty: F US: HL-U Billy Ward And The Dominos* Stardust / Lucinda ‎ (Shellac, 10") London Records, London American Recordings: HL-U UK: HLU Billy Ward And His Dominoes: Lucinda / Stardust ‎ (7") London Records: HLU UK: Unknown.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Dominoes Collection - The Dominoes on AllMusic.
  3. 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.
  4. Billy Ward And His Dominoes A: Bobby Sox Baby B: How Long, How Long Blues: Federal USA: May 7" 1: Billy Ward And His Dominoes A: Star Dust B: Lucinda: Liberty USA: F May 7" 9: $ Billy Ward And His Dominoes A: One Moment With You B: St. Louis Blues: Federal USA: Jul 7" 0: Billy Ward And His.
  5. 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 hit "Jennie Lee". You may recall this novelty tune was originally recorded by Jan and Arnie.
  6. Dec 07,  · Billy Ward and the Dominoes' lush version of the standard Star Dust is perhaps their best track from the later part of their career. They had been one of the most important R&B outfits of the early 50s, but by their reputation was looking a bit tarnished. This showed they had at least one more fine single left up their sleeve/5(2).
  7. Billy Ward And The Dominoes A1: Will You Remember (When You Are Far A-way) A2: September Song B1: Evermore B2: St. Louis Blues: Decca USA: ED EP: 0: Billy Ward And The Dominoes A: Rock, Plymouth Rock B: 'Til Kingdom Come: Decca USA: Feb 7" 0: Billy Ward And His Dominoes A: Star Dust B: Lucinda: Liberty USA: F
  8. Billy Ward and His Dominoes. Billy Ward and His Dominoes. These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You. At his last session with The Dominoes for Federal Records on September 17, , Clyde McPhatter fronted no less than three R&B chart hits - a fitting way to cap his historic tenure with Billy Ward's group, which began with the group's formation in.

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