'Gospel Boogie': White Southern Gospel Music in Transition, 1945-55

Charles Wolfe
Popular Music
Vol. 1, Folk or Popular? Distinctions, Influences, Continuities (1981), pp. 73-82
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/853244
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  • This reference contains 11 citations:
    • Connor Hall (1978, 1979), Cleveland, Tennessee
    • Otis McCoy (1978, 1979), Jasper, Alabama
    • Lee Roy Abernathy (1979), Canton, Georgia
    • James D. Walbert (1978, 1979), Birmingham, Alabama
    • Abernathy in Atlanta in 1948
    • The Wings of the Dove: the Story of Gospel Music in America (Norfolk, VA, 1978)
    • Jesse Burt and Duane Allen, A History of Gospel Music (Nashville, 1971)
    • Jo Lee Fleming, 'James D. Vaughan. Music publisher. Lawrenceberg, Tennes- see 1912-1964' (Union Theological Seminary, 1972)
    • Stanley Brobston, 'A brief history of southern white gospel music' (New York University, 1977)
    • Charles Wolfe, 'Presley and the Gospel Tradition', in Elvis: Images and Fancies, ed. Jac L. Tharpe (Jackson, 1979)
    • Charles Wolfe (ed.), Gospel Ship: Studies in White Gospel Music (Urbana, 1980)