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Chess Studios: Notes for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Don Snowden, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1987

THE ROCK 'N ROLL scheme of things has offered up any number of delineated "Sounds", those confluences of particularly musical elements that came to be associated with geographical regions or specific labels. The most vividly remembered proponents, understandably enough, are the marquee performers who brought the sound to the public and the producers who often served as masterminds and almost always as the catalytic agents who set the wheels in motion.

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