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|3. Rumba Rockin' With Coleman|
|4. Soft Lights|
|5. Feelin' Good|
|7. Coach Train|
|8. Herb In The Doghouse|
|10. Bouncing Ball|
|11. Herb's Mood|
|13. Beatin' And Blowin'|
|14. 69 Mother's Place|
|15. Perdido Street|
|16. Adam And Eva|
|17. It Must Be Wonderful - Vocal by Walter 'Papoose' Nelson|
|18. The Chicken Twist|
|19. Why Did We Have To Part - Vocal by Walter 'Papoose' Nelson|
|20. Just A Little Bit Of Everything|
Like fellow New Orleans saxophonists, Lee Allen and Red Tyler, Herb seldom recorded under his own name during his peak years. 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.
Herb himself was interviewed for and wholeheartedly endorses this release, which also features a booklet packed with wonderful photographs from Herb's personal collection and a superb 6000 word sleeve note by George Korval.
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.