The Billboard Book of Number One Rhythm & Blues Hits
This fact-filled volume traces the history of soul and R&B music, focusing on the songs that topped Billboard's Top R&B Singles chart over the past 30 years. Arranged chronologically, the book covers trivia, anecdotes, and stories behind the songs and biographical data on artists and songwriters. 200 photos.
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Are You Lonely for Me Freddie Scott
Love Is Here and Now Youre Gone The Supremes
Baby I Love You Aretha Franklin
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