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The 'Complete Mythology' Of Syl Johnson

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Sly Stone: The Early Days In The East Bay

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Ace Records: New Orleans Hits, Made In Mississippi

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Neil Diamond: The Earliest Days Of A 'Solitary Man'

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Roy Orbison: A 'Monument' To A Pop Legend

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How The Bristol Sessions Changed Country Music

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The Vagrants: A Hot '60s Band, For Exactly Four Years

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A Reissue Of Nick Lowe's 'Labour Of Lust' Is 'So Fine'

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When A Rock Historian Loves Soul Singer Percy Sledge

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Ella Mae Morse: The Voice Of Capitol's First Hits

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'Next Stop Is Vietnam': The War In Music

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Goldwax Records: A History Of '60s Memphis Soul

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Jimi Hendrix, Before He Was Famous

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Praise For Songwriters P.F. Sloan And Steve Barri

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The Best Of Apple Records' Albums: Beyond The Beatles

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