GROUP HARMONY: The Black Urban Roots of Rhythm & Blues
In the first scholarly treatment of this influential music genre, Goosman chronicles the story of the black vocal groups that defined its earliest years. Focusing in particular on Baltimore and Washington, he details the emergence of R&B groups from black urban neighborhoods, exploring the issues of racism, separatism, and assimilation that accompanied the genre's emergence. Photos.
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