Byron Asher Record Release x2 listening party and in store performance, Wednesday May 29

We are happy to celebrate the release of TWO Byron Asher LP’s at the shop on Wednesday May 29th. We should have, hot of the presses, a new LP by BASHER, and a new LP by SKRONTCH MUSIC, which we will be playing through the hi-fi. Byron will be there with his saxophone for a solo in-store performance also. Please join us, if you can, to sip on a beer or a campari and soda. Shop is open late that day to accommodate the event which happens from 6-9pm.

Buy One Get One Free $5 LP’s and 12″s

BOGO $5 and 12″s at Domino Sound Record Shack. Hundreds and hundreds to choose from. Rock, jazz, gospel, punk, etc. Vinyl records. Good to mint shape. Some pictured here. That makes em $2.50 each! Not bad! .
Cash or card accepted.

“JUMBO DOMINOES”-Domino Sound DJ’s at Vaughan’s Lounge, Sunday, May 26, 2024

Come on down to Dauphine and Lesseps for some lovely records, good company, and a dance if you are feeling it. The Domino Sound stable of DJ’s (C’Est Funk, Lo Tide, Lady Li, Precious Cargo, and Prince Pauper) will be playing vinyl records through speakers located on a fine dancing floor. Sunday, May 26, from 8pm until midnight or later. Beauty after beauty after beauty.

Thank You Ali Birra for all of the beautiful music!

It is with a heavy heart that I announce that Ali Birra has passed on November 6th, 2022 after long battles with his health. A loving, warm, and very fun friend has left us, and he will be missed. The most beloved of the Oromo singers of Ethiopia, he was a star for over fifty years, and wrote songs that are the classics of the Oromo people. I consider myself so very lucky to have met him, and shared some epic conversation on a multitude of topics, as wells as some downright fun. Domino Sound, along with Little Axe, released a record of collected songs from the mid-1970’s of Ali’s music, and although it is out of print, a few of them can be listened to here-

Also, here is a photo montage tribute to the great Ali Birra.

And here is Ali playing one of his classics, “Awaash”, on a couch

The world will miss you Ali Birra, the “Urji Balkkalcha” of Oromo music. Thank you for the beautiful music that you left for all of us to enjoy. Please tune into WWOZ, 90.7fm in the New Orleans area, and available worldwide at this Sunday, November 20th from 8-10pm CST for music and talk to celebrate Ali Birra’s contribution to our world. (This show has been archived by Lisa G on Mixcloud at this web address. Knowles

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