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==Anthologies==
 
==Anthologies==
* ''Birmingham Quartet Anthology: Jefferson County, Alabama (1926-1953)'' Clanka Lanka Records CL144001
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* ''Birmingham Quartet Anthology: Jefferson County, Alabama (1926-1953)'' (1980) Clanka Lanka Records CL144001/002 (includes liner notes by Doug Seroff)
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* ''Birmingham Boys: Jubilee Gospel Quartets from Jefferson County, Alabama'' (1982) Alabama Traditions
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
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* McCallum, Brenda (1988) "Songs of Work and Songs of Worship: Sanctifying Black Unionism in the City of Steel." ''New York Folklore'' No. 14, pp. 12-14
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* Darden, Robert (2004) ''People Get Ready: A New History of Black Gospel Music.'' Continuum International ISBN 0826414362
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* Seroff, Doug. "On the Battlefield: Gospel Quartets in Jefferson County, Alabama." in Geoffrey Haydon and Dennis Marks, eds. (1985) ''Repurcussions: A Celebration of African-American Music''. London: Century Publishing
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* Young, Alan (1997) ''Woke Me Up This Morning: Black Gospel Singers and the Gospel Life.'' Oxford: University Press of Mississippi . SBN 087805944X
 
* Willett, Henry. "'Birmingham Sound' had profound influence on American Popular Music". Alabama Arts. [http://www.arts.state.al.us/actc/articles/b'ham.htm] - accessed May 5, 2006
 
* Willett, Henry. "'Birmingham Sound' had profound influence on American Popular Music". Alabama Arts. [http://www.arts.state.al.us/actc/articles/b'ham.htm] - accessed May 5, 2006
 
* Garrison, Greg (January 19, 2008) "Old-time gospel groups keep a capella sound alive." ''Birmingham News''.
 
* Garrison, Greg (January 19, 2008) "Old-time gospel groups keep a capella sound alive." ''Birmingham News''.

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This is a List of Birmingham gospel groups

Anthologies

  • Birmingham Quartet Anthology: Jefferson County, Alabama (1926-1953) (1980) Clanka Lanka Records CL144001/002 (includes liner notes by Doug Seroff)
  • Birmingham Boys: Jubilee Gospel Quartets from Jefferson County, Alabama (1982) Alabama Traditions

References

  • McCallum, Brenda (1988) "Songs of Work and Songs of Worship: Sanctifying Black Unionism in the City of Steel." New York Folklore No. 14, pp. 12-14
  • Darden, Robert (2004) People Get Ready: A New History of Black Gospel Music. Continuum International ISBN 0826414362
  • Seroff, Doug. "On the Battlefield: Gospel Quartets in Jefferson County, Alabama." in Geoffrey Haydon and Dennis Marks, eds. (1985) Repurcussions: A Celebration of African-American Music. London: Century Publishing
  • Young, Alan (1997) Woke Me Up This Morning: Black Gospel Singers and the Gospel Life. Oxford: University Press of Mississippi . SBN 087805944X
  • Willett, Henry. "'Birmingham Sound' had profound influence on American Popular Music". Alabama Arts. [1] - accessed May 5, 2006
  • Garrison, Greg (January 19, 2008) "Old-time gospel groups keep a capella sound alive." Birmingham News.