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THE TAFFETAS:  A Musical Journey Through the Fabulous Fifties--poster: Starring Jody Abrahams, Karen Curlee, Melanie Mitchell, and Tia Speros., Abrahams, Jody and others
1 Abrahams, Jody and others THE TAFFETAS: A Musical Journey Through the Fabulous Fifties--poster: Starring Jody Abrahams, Karen Curlee, Melanie Mitchell, and Tia Speros.
NY Cherry Lane Theatre Circa 1994 Original edition not bound Fine 
Printed in full color on white card stock, with inset photos of the four female vocalists. Musical direction by Rick Lewis. Staged and choreographed by Tina Paul. Directed by Stephen Harris. 22" x 14" A tribute to the girl groups of the 1950's, "THE TAFFETAS" salute the sounds of The McGuire Sisters, The Fontane Sisters and The Chordettes. 
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SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF AMERICAN R&B VOCAL GROUP "THE ORLONS" -- THEN & NOW: Million Sellers--"I'll Be True";  "Come On Down";  "Knock Knock";  "Don't Hang Up";  "The Wah Watusi";  "Spinning Top";  "South Street";  "Rules Of Love";  "Mr. Twenty-One";  "Crossfire";  "Baby";  "Not Me"., Brickley, Shirley and others
2 Brickley, Shirley and others SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF AMERICAN R&B VOCAL GROUP "THE ORLONS" -- THEN & NOW: Million Sellers--"I'll Be True"; "Come On Down"; "Knock Knock"; "Don't Hang Up"; "The Wah Watusi"; "Spinning Top"; "South Street"; "Rules Of Love"; "Mr. Twenty-One"; "Crossfire"; "Baby"; "Not Me".
Philadelphia, PA Orlons Original edition Very Good Signed
Two black-and-white group portraits, showing the original Orlons of 1962, and the "now" Orlons of the 1970s, signed by all four members of the latter group. Written on the back are home and work telephone numbers for Steve [Caldwell]. 8" x 10" The Orlons were a mixture of school friends and neighbors hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. The quartet was comprised of Shirley Brickley (born December 9, 1944), Steve Caldwell (born November 22, 1942), Rosetta Hightower (born June 23, 1944), and Marlena Davis (born October 4, 1944). Later, Audrey Brickley replaced Rosetta Hightower. 
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CALDONIA (WHAT MAKES YOUR BIG HEAD SO HARD?) By Fleecie Moore.  Recorded by Louis Jordan, Caldonia...sheet music
3 Caldonia...sheet music CALDONIA (WHAT MAKES YOUR BIG HEAD SO HARD?) By Fleecie Moore. Recorded by Louis Jordan
NY Edwin H. Morris 1945 First edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "Walkin' with mah baby, she's got great big feet, She's long, lean and lanky, ain't had nothin' to eat .... Caldonia! Caldonia! What makes your big head so hard?..." 12" x 9" On the cover is a portrait of Louis Jordan who featured this song in the Monogram Picture, "Swing Parade." 
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CHUBBY CHECKER'S TWIST ALBUM, Checker, Chubby  [Ernest Evans]
4 Checker, Chubby [Ernest Evans] CHUBBY CHECKER'S TWIST ALBUM
London Belinda 1962 First UK edition Pictorial Paper Covers Fine 
23pp; illus from photographs. Contains a full-page biography of Chubby Checker and step-by-step instructions on How to Do the Twist, along with words and music to six songs: The Pony; Let's Twist Again; Twistin' U.S.A.; The Fly; Toot; That's The Way It Goes. 11" x 8.5" Chubby was born in Philadelphia in 1941, graduated South Philly High School, plays piano and drums, and names Fats Domino as his favorite singer. 
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CHUBBY CHECKER'S TWIST FOLIO, Checker, Chubby  [Ernest Evans]
5 Checker, Chubby [Ernest Evans] CHUBBY CHECKER'S TWIST FOLIO
NY Hill & Range 1962 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Good 
28pp. Contains step-by-step instructions on How to Do the Twist, along with words and music to 13 songs, including: The Jet; The Lose-Your-Inhibitions Twist; The Mess Around; Twistin' U.S.A.; Slow Twistin'; and eight more. Some wear along spine. 12" x 9" Chubby was born in Philadelphia in 1941, graduated South Philly High School, plays piano and drums, and names Fats Domino as his favorite singer. 
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE CLOVERS: Popular Rhythm & Blues Do-wop Group of the 1950s., Clovers
6 Clovers PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE CLOVERS: Popular Rhythm & Blues Do-wop Group of the 1950s.
NY Shaw Artists Corp. Circa 1950s Original edition Very Good + 
10" x 8" glossy photo by James J. Kriegmann, NY, captioned "The Clovers - Personal Mgr. Lou Krefetz" and showing Bill Harris holding a Vega guitar. The group formed in 1946 at Armstrong High School in Washington, D.C. Their break came in 1950, when they were introduced to Lou Krefetz, who became their manager. They signed to New York's Rainbow Records and released one single, "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" backed with "When You Come Back To Me". Soon after, Krefetz brought them to Atlantic Records' Ahmet ErtegŁn. They were signed to Atlantic in 1951, Bill Harris was added as their guitarist, and the expanded group's first appearance came in February of that year at the Apollo Theater. 
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SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL  and  REELIN' & ROCKIN'  (two volumes): The Golden Age of American Rock 'n Roll, Volume I, 1952-1955 + Volume II, 1956-1959., Cotten, Lee
7 Cotten, Lee SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL and REELIN' & ROCKIN' (two volumes): The Golden Age of American Rock 'n Roll, Volume I, 1952-1955 + Volume II, 1956-1959.
Ann Arbor Popular Culture Ink 1989, 1995 First Editions Boards Fine 
Two volumes. pp: xxxii, 355 + xviii, 506; indices and small photo-portraits in both volumes. 11.25" x 8.5" Hard to find as a set, especially in this pristine condition. These large, heavy books are the best single source of information on the early years of rhythm and blues evolving into rock 'n roll. 
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SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF BO DIDDLEY: Standing in plaid jacket and bow-tie, foot resting on his custom electric guitar. signed boldly in blue ink., Diddley, Bo [Elias Otha Bates, 1928-2008]
8 Diddley, Bo [Elias Otha Bates, 1928-2008] SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF BO DIDDLEY: Standing in plaid jacket and bow-tie, foot resting on his custom electric guitar. signed boldly in blue ink.
Circa 1970 Original edition Fine 
Black-and-white studio photo, 10" x 8" Bo Diddley was an accomplished r&b guitarist and vocalist who segued into rock n roll. The rectangular guitar shown in this photo was his own technical innovation. 
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SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF ARNOLD DOVER: Rhythm and Blues Tour Comedian., Dover, Arnold
9 Dover, Arnold SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF ARNOLD DOVER: Rhythm and Blues Tour Comedian.
NY Berger, Ross & Steinman Circa 1950s Original edition Very Good Signed
10" x 8" performance photograph, captioned "Arnold Dover," and signed with a flourish in blue ink. Dover worked as a comedian on a number of the rhythm and blues and soul music tours of the 1950s and '60s. 
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SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF R&B VOCALIST DONNIE ELBERT, Elbert, Donnie
10 Elbert, Donnie SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF R&B VOCALIST DONNIE ELBERT
NY Gale Agency Circa 1960s Original edition Near Fine 
10" x 8" glossy photo of Elbert, arms folded and smiling. This photo is signed by Donnie Elbert in green ink. Elbert was born in New Orleans in 1936 and grew up in Buffalo, NY to become an American soul singer with a prolific career from the mid 1950s to the late 1970s. In the '50s, he played New York's Apollo Theater and toured the chitlin' circuit of African-American-owned nightclubs. In the early '60s, he recorded for Red Top records and Vee-Jay records. In 1966, he moved to England and went on to record for a number of different labels, with occasional hits along the way. Elbert died in 1989 at age 52. 
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE FIVE SATINS: Popular Rhythm & Blues Do-wop Group of the 1950s., Five Satins
11 Five Satins PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE FIVE SATINS: Popular Rhythm & Blues Do-wop Group of the 1950s.
NY Shaw Artists Corp. Circa 1950s Original edition Fine 
10" x 8" glossy photo by James J. Kriegmann, NY, captioned "5 Satins - Ember Records." The Five Satins, now in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, got together in New Haven in 1954: Lead-singer Fred Parris, Lou Peebles, Stanley Dortch, Ed Martin and Jim Freeman. Dortch and Peebles left the group, Al Denby entered, and they recorded "In the Still of the Night," a 1956 teenage anthem for which they are perhaps best known. 
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SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF DOO-WOP DUO, GENE AND EUNICE, Forrest, Gene and Eunice Levy
12 Forrest, Gene and Eunice Levy SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF DOO-WOP DUO, GENE AND EUNICE
NY Shaw Artists Circa 1950s Original edition Fine 
The young performers in evening gown and tuxedo are shown in a sweetheart pose. 10" x 8" Signed at the left in green ink, "Gene & Eunice." Their first single, "Ko Ko Mo," recorded in 1955, put "The Sweethearts of Rhythm & Blues" on the charts. The two later became husband and wife, and raised seven children. 
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13 Four Tops "(IT'S THE WAY) NATURE PLANNED IT" / "I'LL NEVER CHANGE": 45 rpm Motown Record M1210F.
Detroit Motown Record Corp. 1972 Original edition Fine Jacket 
45 rpm vinyl record in excellent condition, and in a lightly worn white sleeve. Produced by Frank Wilson. Arranged by Jerry Long. 7" x 7" This recording of "Nature Planned It" reached #4 on the R&B charts in 1972. 
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14 Four Tops "I JUST CAN'T WALK AWAY" / "HANG": 45 rpm Motown Record 1706MF.
Los Angeles Motown Record Corp. 1983 Original edition Fine Jacket 
45 rpm vinyl record in excellent condition, and in a lightly worn white sleeve. Executive Producer, Berry Gordy. Arrangement by John Barnes. 7" x 7" This recording reached #71 in the US Top 100 and #36 on the R&B charts in 1983. 
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GROUP HARMONY: The Black Urban Roots of Rhythm & Blues., Goosman, Stuart L.
15 Goosman, Stuart L. GROUP HARMONY: The Black Urban Roots of Rhythm & Blues.
Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania Press 2005 0812238869 / 9780812238860 First Edition hardcover Near Fine very good Jacket 
pp: xi, 291, index; occasional illus from photographs. 9.5" x 6.25" Based on interviews with former members of African-American vocal groups in Baltimore and Washington. 
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16 Graff, Gary and others MUSIC HOUND R & B: THE ESSENTIAL ALBUM GUIDE. Forewords by Huey Lewis and Kurtis Blow [with cd in sealed pocket]
Detroit Visible Ink 1998 1578590264 / 9781578590261 2nd printing Pictorial wraps Fine 
pp: xxv, 766; 100 illus from photographs. Comprises biographies and reviews of cd albums by more than 1,000 performers from rhythm & blues backgrounds. Includes classic soul, funk, doo-wop, hip-hop, reggae, Motown, Stax, Philly sound, gospel, etc., listing websites, radio stations, magazines, and record labels. This exhaustive treatment of the subject includes a cd with seven recorded tracks in a pocket at the back of the book. 9" x 7.5". 
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MUSIC HOUND R&B:  The Essential Album Guide-- Complete with cd in pocket.  Forewords by Huey Lewis and Kurtis Blow., Graff, Gary,  Josh Freedom du Lac, and Jim McFarlin
17 Graff, Gary, Josh Freedom du Lac, and Jim McFarlin MUSIC HOUND R&B: The Essential Album Guide-- Complete with cd in pocket. Forewords by Huey Lewis and Kurtis Blow.
Detroit Visible Ink 1998 1578590264 / 9781578590261 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Fine 
pp: xxv, 766, blanks for notes; text illus from photographs. 9.25" x 7.25" This thick book contains alphabetical entries for hundreds of rhythm & blues performers and groups, with photographs of many. In an unopened sleeve at the back is a Mercury Records R&B sampler cd. 
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BILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS: Rhythm and Blues Combos for Small Dance Bands  [songbook]., Haley, Bill
18 Haley, Bill BILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS: Rhythm and Blues Combos for Small Dance Bands [songbook].
NY Chas. H. Hansen Music 1955 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
16pp. Contains music for Bb instruments to 12 songs as arranged and recorded by Bill Haley and His Comets, including: Dim, Dim The Lights; Crazy Man, Crazy; Thirteen Women; Rock-A-Beatin' Boogie; A-B-C Boogie; Happy Baby; and six more. 10.5" x 6.75" The back cover contains biographical sketches of each musician in the aggregation. 
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE HEARTS: Popular Rhythm & Blues, Do-wop Female Group of the 1950s., Hearts
19 Hearts PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE HEARTS: Popular Rhythm & Blues, Do-wop Female Group of the 1950s.
NY Gale Agency Circa 1950s Original edition Very Good 
10" x 8" glossy photo by Te-dal Photo, captioned "The Hearts - Exclusive Artists Baton Records." Baton Records, home of The Hearts, produced some of the better R&B sounds of the 50s. Acting on a tip, Baton's Sol Rabinowitz went up to Harlem to hear them, and two weeks later The Hearts were recording. Among their five releases on Baton over the next year and a half, "Lonely Nights" became a major hit. 
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SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF AMERICAN R&B VOCALIST AND PIANIST, CLARENCE "FROGMAN" HENRY: Three portrait views, printed on one sheet., Henry, Clarence
20 Henry, Clarence SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF AMERICAN R&B VOCALIST AND PIANIST, CLARENCE "FROGMAN" HENRY: Three portrait views, printed on one sheet.
Original edition Fine Signed
Three black-and-white, head-and-shoulders portraits, signed boldly in black ink: "FrogMan Henry." Matted. 8" x 10" Henry was born in Algiers, Louisiana in 1937. His voice, heard on his first record in 1956, earned him the nickname Frogman. After his early hits, he opened 18 Beatles concerts in 1964, became a fixture on Bourbon Street, was inducted into the Louisiana Hall of Fame, &c. 
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I LOVE YOU YES I DO. Lyrics and music by Sally Nix and Henry B. Glover., I love you...sheet music
21 I love you...sheet music I LOVE YOU YES I DO. Lyrics and music by Sally Nix and Henry B. Glover.
Cincinnati Lois Music 1947 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
4pp, words and music, in part: "I love you yes I do I want you yes I do I know you know it's true from the way I look at you...." 12" x 9" Inset on the cover is a photo of Lucky Millinder. This song, recorded by Bull Moose Jackson and his Buffalo Bearcats on King Record 4181, became the first rhythm & blues single to sell a million copies. 
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE INK SPOTS, FEATURING BILLY KENNY, Ink Spots
22 Ink Spots PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE INK SPOTS, FEATURING BILLY KENNY
NY Gale Agency Circa 1940s Original edition Very Good 
The men are shown in white suits and ties, well-groomed and smiling. 10" x 8" The Ink Spots, a popular male vocal group in the 1930s and 1940s, helped define the musical genre that led to rhythm & blues and rock n roll, and the subgenre doo-wop. They and the Mills Brothers, another African-American vocal group of time, crossed the color line in dignity and acceptance. 
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF BUDDY JOHNSON IN ZOOT STYLE PLAID JACKET: Captioned "Buddy Johnson's Orchestra.", Johnson, Woodrow Wilson (Buddy)
23 Johnson, Woodrow Wilson (Buddy) PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF BUDDY JOHNSON IN ZOOT STYLE PLAID JACKET: Captioned "Buddy Johnson's Orchestra."
NY Gale Agency Circa 1950s Original edition Very Good + 
10" x 8" glossy photograph by Moss Photo, NY. Born in Darlington, South Carolina in 1915, Buddy Johnson was an influential jazz and New York blues pianist and bandleader, active from the 1930s through the 1960s. In 1946 Johnson composed a Blues Concerto, which he performed at Carnegie Hall in 1948. His orchestra remained a major touring attraction through the late 1940s and early 1950s, and continued to record in the jump blues style 
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RHYTHM AND BLUES FOR GUITAR, Lee, Ronny and Pat Masone
24 Lee, Ronny and Pat Masone RHYTHM AND BLUES FOR GUITAR
NY Sam Fox 1962 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
48pp; small portrait and brief biogs of authors. Contains two pages of instruction along with music to 21 r&b songs, including: Rainy Day Blues; Little Daddy's Blues; Saturday Night Blues; Rubber Legs; Evil Woman; Weary Blues; Big John; and 14 more. Prior owner's neat signture at top of page one. 12" x 8.75" 
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE MILLS BROTHERS: Four Boys and a Guitar., Mills Brothers
25 Mills Brothers PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF THE MILLS BROTHERS: Four Boys and a Guitar.
NY General Amusement Circa 1940s Original edition Very Good 
The men are shown in pastel dinner-jackets and bow-ties, well-groomed and smiling. 10" x 8" The Mills Brothers, a popular male vocal group in the 1930s and 1940s, helped define the musical genre that led to rhythm & blues and rock n roll, and the subgenre doo-wop. They and the Ink Spots, another African-American vocal group of time, crossed the color line in dignity and acceptance. 
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LONDON PALLADIUM PICTURE BOOK & PROGRAMME:   JOHNNIE RAY, BILLY DANIELS, FRANCES FAYE, THE INK SPOTS, Ray, Johnnie and others
26 Ray, Johnnie and others LONDON PALLADIUM PICTURE BOOK & PROGRAMME: JOHNNIE RAY, BILLY DANIELS, FRANCES FAYE, THE INK SPOTS
London Dewynters 1971 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
16pp; contains full-page portraits and candid on-stage photographs of the four acts featured here. 12" x 9" 
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JAZZBEAT:  The Lively Jazz Magazine, Numbers 1-5, January-May, 1964., Richards, Pat, editor
27 Richards, Pat, editor JAZZBEAT: The Lively Jazz Magazine, Numbers 1-5, January-May, 1964.
London, England Token Press 1964 First Editions Pictorial Paper Covers Near Fine 
Five volumes, 32pp per each volume; illus from photographs. Nos. 3-5 contain an R&B supplement. 9.75" x 7.25" Cover stories in these issues include: Rhythm & Blues--Is There A Boom?; Spotlight--The Rolling Stones; Sonny Boy Williams-Christ Barber Tour; Blues On TV--Special Feature; Ronnie Scott; Charlie Mingus; Matt Murphy; Cyril Davies; Ellington--The Man, Exclusive; Stan Getz--Special Feature; Rollins & Coltrane; Bud Powell; Fats Waller; Manfred Mann; Jerry Lee Lewis; Chuck Berry--Special Feature; Modern Jazz Quartet; BBC's "Jazz Scene"; Otis Redding; "Sleepy" John Estes; Lionel Hampton--Special Feature; Ella Fitzgerald; Sonny Stitt; Jimmy Witherspoon; Oscar Peterson; British R&B?; along with Club Guides, Radio Jazz, and Full Record Reviews. [This elusive magazine bears no relation to the "JazzBeat" which is currently published quarterly in New Orleans.] 
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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF AMERICAN R&B VOCAL GROUP, THE PLATTERS: The original group in their first promotional photo., Taylor, Zola and others
28 Taylor, Zola and others PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPH OF AMERICAN R&B VOCAL GROUP, THE PLATTERS: The original group in their first promotional photo.
NY Associated Booking Corp 1955 Original edition Very Good 
Black-and-white group portrait, captioned "The Platters." 10" x 8" In 1955, the Platters comprised: Zola Taylor, Tony Williams, Herb Reed, Paul Robi and David Lynch. Although the personnel changed frequently over the years, The Platters recorded nearly 400 songs, were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1990, and into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1998. 
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RHYTHM & BLUES PANORAMA: No. 25, Summer 1963., Tonneau, Serge, editor
29 Tonneau, Serge, editor RHYTHM & BLUES PANORAMA: No. 25, Summer 1963.
Brussels Serge Tonneau 1963 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
48pp, in French. Articles in this issue include: American Folk Blues Festival; Le Rhythm and Blues Festival D'Antibes; Booker T. Jones; Black Nativity; etc. 8.25" x 5.75" The covers features photographs of Muddy Waters on the front and Sonny Boy Williamson on the back. 
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RECORD EXCHANGER,  Volume 5, No. 1,  Consecutive Issue 23,  1975: The Foremost Publication Covering the History of Rock and Roll.  Editor, John Blair., Turco, Art and Ellen, publishers
30 Turco, Art and Ellen, publishers RECORD EXCHANGER, Volume 5, No. 1, Consecutive Issue 23, 1975: The Foremost Publication Covering the History of Rock and Roll. Editor, John Blair.
Anaheim, CA Record Exchanger 1975 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Fine 
31pp; text illus from photographs. 10.75" x 8.5" This issue features The Golden Gate Quartet, with their picture on the cover. Inside is a feature story on the Quartet, with photos and discography. Also in this issue: Lin Records, with discography; The Ducanes; Annie Records; Peter Tripp and Fifties Radio; The Champs; Early White Arrivals; Record Reviews; Dusty Charts; &c. 
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