American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Domino, Fats Originally Antoine Domino. Born 1928. American singer, pianist, and songwriter whose popular rhythm and blues songs of the early 1950s include "Ain't It A Shame” and "Blue Monday.”
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“This might be the thousandth release from the band, who formed over 30 years ago, but it's the first under the label Domino who boasts such artists as Animal Collective and Four Tet.”
“It was just one of many changes in Domino's corporate culture.”
“Anna Calvi, whose eponymous debut album was released by the successful independent label Domino, and whose atmospheric, Gothic music received a boost from videos posted on YouTube, also sees new technology as a boon.”
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“First, in Domino Lady #1, Moonstone does what they do best: bring back an old character and update him/her without updating him/her.”
“There's even an ice cream shop and their own pizza place they call Domino's.”
“When Si Newhouse and CEO Chuck Townsend were considering what to do with the now-defunct shelter title Domino a few months ago, they were openly shopping for a new publisher.”
“This new album on Domino is not nearly as glitchy as their last one, Cold House, and doesn't have any emcees on it (except for some glottal pops from Dose One).”
“And incidentally, reports are that Fats Domino is missing in New Orleans.”
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