Encyclopedia of Rhythm and Blues and Doo Wop Vocal Groups

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Scarecrow Press, 2000 - Music - 703 pages
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A guide to rhythm and blues vocal groups, collecting information on individual groups, including their city of origin and the members of the group at the time of the group's inception. It presents trivia about individual members as well as discographies for the groups, and many rare photographs. Over 800 groups are listed alphabetically with cross-referencing which allows readers to see when individuals have performed with multiple groups.

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User Review  - Crypto-Willobie - LibraryThing

Can't speak for the whole book but if the egregious error in the entry for the 1950s Drifters is any indication it seems to have been carelessly scraped together from other sources. Rosalsky states (p ... Read full review

Encyclopedia of rhythm & blues and doo-wop vocal groups

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After defining his parameters for inclusion in a five-page introduction, devotee Rosalsky (long a member of United in Group Harmony Association) gets down to business in this big, bountiful book--an ... Read full review

Contents

The Encyclopedia 1
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Index of Performers and Corresponding Groups
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About the Author
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Rosalsky was a long-time member of the United in Group harmony Association until 1993.

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