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Currently the article makes this statement " At a time when no backing musicians, producers, or engineers received a name recognition on any records" which I don't believe to be true, based on many examples in my collection. Oftentimes the backing group would recieve credit, particularly if the backing group were making records on their own that the label wanted to promote. At the very least this statement needs modification, even if properly sourced. I think this has become an accepted urban legend. 78.26 (talk) 05:22, 3 February 2011 (UTC)