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I’m Not A Juvenile Delinquent: The Death of Frankie Lymon

Bill Millar, Soul Music Monthly, 8 March 1968

THE LAST TWO months have been sad times for blues, rock and soul fans all the world over. All three idioms have had their brutal losses. Smiley Lewis, Harold Burrage, Otis Redding, Little Walter, and now Frankie Lymon.

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