whose recording career spanned the ‘60s and ‘70s. His first recording seems to be
Jackie Paris’s 1962 album, The
Song is Paris.
In 1969, he
appeared on Nina Simone’s To
Love Somebody. He also appeared
on Donny Hathaway’s 1973 offering, Extension of a Man, and Ramatam’s
In April Came the Dawning of the Red
Suns, released the same year.
In 1974, he performed on Jan Akkerman’s
Bo Diddley’s Big Bad Bo, and Love is
the Answer, with Van McCoy & the Soul City Orchestra. He would continue to collaborate
with Van McCoy on albums such as The
Real McCoy and Rhythms of the
World, both released in 1976.
America’s bicentennial also found him teaming up with David
Ruffin on Everything’s Coming up
Love. In 1977, he re-united
with Van McCoy on Van McCoy and His
Magnificent Movie Machine.
His last recording appears to be Frank Sinatra’s 1979 boxed
You can still
hear Dominick’s trombone playing on CDs such as The Great David Ruffin:
The Motown Solo Albums, Vol. 2, Nina Simone’s To Be Free, and Bittersweet: The Very
Best of Nina Simone.
Van McCoy recordings
The Shuffle (Van McCoy)
That’s the Joint (Richard Harris/Van McCoy)