Herb Hardesty - The Domino Effect - The Wing & Federal Recordings 1958-61 mp3 flac
- Album: The Domino Effect - The Wing & Federal Recordings 1958-61
- MP3: 1155 mb | FLAC: 1975 mb
- Released: 2012
- Style: Rhythm & Blues
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 320
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He also did some recordings on his own, with this anthology collecting 20 tracks he cut between 1958 and 1961. The first dozen have never been heard before this compilation, as they were recorded in 1958 (with a lineup including fellow New Orleans sax legend Alvin "Red" Tyler ) for an album for Mercury's Wing subsidiary that never came out; the others appeared on obscure singles between 1959 and 1962 (though the final one, "Just a Little Bit of Everything," is an alternate. take, as the master tape for the original 45 is lost). All are instrumental, with the exception.
If you grew up listening to R&B and rock’n’roll during the 1950s, you could not have avoided hearing Herb Hardesty. If you own just one of countless Imperial Fats Domino 45s or 78s, you will own at least two examples of Herb’s craft, as he blew tenor saxophone solos on just about every track Fats cut on Imperial from his first session in 1949 to his last in 1962. Herb’s unique sax signature also appeared on a vast amount of other New Orleans productions throughout the 1950s and early 60s. He also toured with Fats’ road band for four decades, appearing all over the world.
The Domino Effect: Wing . .has been added to your Cart. Unlike Red and Lee, Herb s one and only solo album was not issued at the time. Now, almost 55 years later, Ace proudly presents the 12 tracks from that unissued 1958 Mercury album, along with the only sides to have ever been issued commercially under Herb's name, all drawn from the King vaults. As well as Herb's tenor and trumpet virtuosity, The Domino Effect features pretty much the whole Fats Domino studio and road band (with the exception of Fats) in its prime.
Hardesty's solo recordings began in 1957; the first two, organized by the guitarist Mickey Baker, were never released are not known to exist. Twelve songs were recorded on January 15, 1958, at Cosimo Matassa's studio in New Orleans for Wing Records, a subsidiary of Mercury Records, but were never released until the 2012 CD The Domino Effect was issued worldwide. Ace CDTOP 1333, The Domino Effect: Wing and Federal Recordings 1958–61. The Diamonds with Herb Hardesty and His Orchestra.
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The Domino Effect" offers a straight from the master tapes package of good-time New Orleans rockin R&B that will gladden the hearts of each and every fan of vintage instrumental music. Hooker, john lee - that's my story (UK). LP (12"/10" Album) · ACE · 18/11/2009 · in BLUES, COUNTRY, OLDIES. Reissue on vinyl of classic album by blues legend! 12 Tracks. Not in stock See details. Penn, dan - the fame recordings. CD (Compact Disc) · ACE · 29/10/2012 · in SOUL, FUNK, LATIN, R&B, GOSPEL. This 25-track CD of mostly previously unissued recordings are drawn from his sessions for Modern Records between 1954 and 1962. Be Careful Baby' is a rare thing - a . King song that has never been released before in any version, while two tracks appeared on the 2014 RPM.
|3||Rumba Rockin' With Coleman|
|8||Herb In The Doghouse|
|13||Beatin' And Blowin'|
|14||69 Mother's Place|
|16||Adam And Eva|
|17||It Must Be Wonderful|
|18||The Chicken Twist|
|19||Why Did We Have To Part|
|20||Just A Little Bit Of Everything|
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