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    "Billy Ward and His Dominoes -- Vol. 1" EP Federal 212 (1955). Legendary R&B group helped launch the careers of two Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, Clyde McPhatter, who was with the group from 1951-53, and Jackie Wilson who replaced McPhatter in 1953 and stayed until 1957. This first EP, released in 1955, featured earlier songs that had charted big on Billboard's R&B charts; "Sixty Minute Man" (#1 for 14 weeks in 1951), "Do Something For Me" (#6 in '51), "Have Mercy Baby" (#1 for 10 weeks in '52), and "Don't Leave Me This Way". Condition: EX 7/ EX 7. From the GRT Collection

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    April, 2006
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