The Complete Book of Doo-wop
Provides an extensive history of doo-wop from 1950 through the early 1970s and gives definitions and illustrations of the music that falls between rhythm and blues and rock 'n' roll. It also features 150 photos, 64 sheet-music covers and prices for 1000 top doo-wop records.
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Making Sense of Nonsense
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acapella Aladdin Alan Freed Angel Apollo Atco Atlantic Baby Back bass Bells Billy Bim Bam Boom Bobby Capitol charts Checker Chess Clifton Dance Darling Decca deejays DeLuxe Disc doo-wop Dootone Dream Ember Federal female Five Five Satins Flip Fool Four Frankie Frankie Lymon Girl Gonna guys Harptones Heart Hollywood Imperial Ink Spots Jesse Belvin Jimmy Johnny Josie Jubilee King Kiss Know Label Artist Song Laurie Little Lonely Love Lover Lovin Lymon Mercury Mills Brothers Moonglows Never Night NYC Brooklyn NYC Manhattan Old Town Oldies Orioles Quartet Rainbow Rama record Relic LP rhythm and blues Robin Rock Rockin Roll Ronnie Roulette Savoy Shirelles singing Song Year Label Star style Tears Teenage teens Tell Tonight United Artists unreleased Vee Jay vocal group Wanna Want York