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Dedicated to You


Download links and information about Dedicated to You by The 5 Royales. This album was released in 1957 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 30:36 minutes.

Artist: The 5 Royales
Release date: 1957
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues
Tracks: 12
Duration: 30:36
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No. Title Length
1. Think (featuring The) 2:36
2. Someone Made You for Me (featuring The) 2:37
3. Just As I Am (featuring The) 2:26
4. Don’t Be Ashamed (featuring The) 2:31
5. Come On and Save Me (featuring The) 2:34
6. I’d Better Make a Move (featuring The) 2:19
7. Dedicated to the One I Love (featuring The) 2:45
8. Right Around the Corner (featuring The) 2:28
9. Say It (featuring The) 2:22
10. Messin’ Up (featuring The) 2:50
11. Tears of Joy (featuring The) 2:41
12. Thirty Second Lover (featuring The) 2:27



This may be the great lost R&B record of the 1950s. The "5" Royales were a fine singing group long before this release, but on these sides recorded between 1955 and 1957, guitarist Lowman Pauling cuts loose with the most fiery guitar fills this side of Ike Turner. From the opening shout of "Think" to the closing notes of "Thirty Second Lover," Dedicated to You is a guitar tour-de-force. The album's crowning moment comes on "Say It," where Clarence Paul's pleading vocal is answered with Pauling's bluesy replies. Other highlights include Bill Doggett's gospel-tinged organ on "Someone Made You For Me," several fine sax solos ("Don't Be Ashamed," "Right Around the Corner") and the straightforward rocker "Messin' Up." An overlooked classic. ~ J.P. Ollio, Rovi