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I am a part of all that I have met. Ulysses - Alfred, Lord Tennyson I don't sing. I don't play an instrument. I don't write songs. I don't arrange music. I don't have a reputation as an influential DJ. I don't own a record label. I don't produce recording sessions.
I don't even have much of a record collection. Well, I have been involved, in my way. For more than half a century, I've been a researcher and music historian in the field. These interviews were then turned into magazine articles and, in one case, a bookusually written by me at times with one or more collaboratorssometimes handed over to others, if my workload was particularly heavy.
The result, as of Januaryis about articles on groups, 2 on duos, and 10 on single artists. Harder to classify are the articles on Waldo Champen and Arthur Crier each of whom sang with many groups.
There are also several articles that aren't about specific singers; you'll find them listed separately, below as Non-artist Articles.
My articles have appeared in many publications over the years including some original writing done for album liner notesand below you'll find a list of all I've done. I wish the music itself had found greater acceptance, but at least I did my part to see that the artists got the recognition they deserved.
There are so many more stories to be told; that's why I keep digging. Lately I've been mostly writing about single artists, rather than groups. There are actually reasons for this. Groups tend to choose names that are easily remembered. This means that most groups have names that are or use very common words.
It really isn't worth my while to plow through thousands of newspaper citations that have nothing to do with what I'm researching especially when, after I'm finished, I find that there's never been anything printed about them. A person's name is generally but not always easier to research.
Sometimes I get lucky. While there are almostmentions of "Red Caps" over the years including baggage handlers, baseball teams, Carling's Red Cap Ale, and a racehorse named "Red Cap" [I refuse to even mention Red Caps bowling teams]once you pair it with "Steve Gibson", it cuts it down to aroundalmost all of which are relevant.
Although that's still a lot to go through, I don't mind doing it when it gives me the results I want. On the other hand, take the Moonglows for example. Other than the song "Moonglow", there shouldn't be all that many extraneous references, right?
Searching newspapers from to brings up over instances of "moonglow" the search engine doesn't bother to differentiate between the singular and the plural.
More was written about "moonglow dyed muskrat coats" than was ever written about the vocal group. How about the Danderliers?Writing for women’s and parenting magazines can pay off, but it isn’t easy. The quality of your marketing and writing needs to be way beyond that expected at content mills and bidding sites.
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