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My name is Guy Hamilton. I live in Chepstow, Wales - and, in the past, lived in the Wirral, Devon, and Bristol.
My main areas of interest are:
  • the history and topography of the Monmouthshire area - which sometimes spills over into editing other articles concerning other parts of Wales and England;
  • the history and development of blues, R&B and rock music, loosely defined, and associated genres (mostly before about 1980) - with a particular interest in more obscure (but still notable) performers, songwriters, record producers, etc.;
  • ensuring that matters of breaking and developing news of lasting notability, especially in the UK, are covered fairly and neutrally;
.... but I quite often delve into other areas as well, including those in which I have some professional experience.
I'm generally happy to help other editors develop articles in those or related areas - just ask - but have very little interest in being associated with any of the FA / GA / DYK or admin processes, or in competitive editing.
Listed below are the new pages I've started (in bold), and other articles where I've undertaken major edits.

Geography, history, topography, and land use[edit]

Wales[edit]

England[edit]

Elsewhere[edit]

Land use planning[edit]

conurbation - green belt (UK) - Great Western Cities - Planning Aid Wales - Regional Spatial Strategy - Royal Town Planning Institute - Structure Plan - town and country planning in Wales

Music-related articles[edit]

US musicians and entertainers of the 1930s/1940s or earlier[edit]

Garfield Akers - Joshua Altheimer - The American Quartet - Amédé Ardoin - Howard Armstrong - Sam Ash - Bonnie Baker - Barbecue Bob - Johnny Barfield - Mae Barnes - The Benson Orchestra of Chicago - Al Bernard - Artie Bernstein - John Bieling - Big Maceo - Black Ace - Black Bob - Jimmy Blythe - Lucille Bogan - Ray Bourbon - Ishman Bracey - Lillyn Brown - Walter Brown - Marie Bryant - James Tim Brymn - Bumble Bee Slim - Earl Burtnett - Pauline Byrns - Albert Campbell - Gus Cannon - Cedar Creek Sheik - Sam Collins - Shad Collins - Glover Compton - Daddy Stovepipe - Walter Davis - Diamond Teeth Mary - Thomas A. Dorsey - S. H. Dudley - Laura Dukes - Edward M. Favor - Dusty Fletcher - Tom Fletcher - Blind Boy Fuller - Clifford Gibson - Jazz Gillum - Texas Gladden - Billy Golden - The Golden Gate Quartet - Blind Roosevelt Graves - Lil Green - The Harlem Hamfats - Marion Harris - The Haydn Quartet - Clifford Hayes - Billy Higgins - Bertha "Chippie" Hill - Tony Hollins - William F. Hooley - Rosetta Howard - Peg Leg Howell - George Hunt - The Ink Spots - Jim Jackson - Frankie "Half Pint" Jaxon - J. C. Johnson - Lil Johnson - Lonnie Johnson - Merline Johnson - Robert Johnson - Tommy Johnson - Lollypop Jones - Louis Jordan - Dolly Kay - Joe Keyes - Billy King - Silas Leachman - Julia Lee - J. Aldrich Libbey - Earl McDonald - Manhansett Quartet - Frank Melrose - Flournoy Miller‎ - Irvin C. Miller - Ray Miller - Dan Minor - Mitchell's Christian Singers - Corinne Morgan - Elida Morris - Eddie Morton - Romeo Nelson - Gertrude Niesen - Karyl Norman - William Benton Overstreet - The Peerless Quartet - Steve Porter - Bob Roberts - Caughey Roberts - Walter B. Rogers - The Ross Sisters - Red Saunders - Henry Sloan - Carl "Tatti" Smith - Clarence "Pine Top" Smith - Trixie Smith - Elise Stevenson - Blind Joe Taggart - Harry Tally - Tampa Red - Montana Taylor - George W. Thomas - The Washboard Rhythm Kings - Washboard Sam - Jack Washington - Curley Weaver - Reinald Werrenrath - Frank Westphal - Edna White - Georgia White - Geeshie Wiley - Big Joe Williams - Herman Yablokoff

US R&B / rock'n'roll / pop / folk / gospel musicians of the 1940s/1950s[edit]

Faye Adams - Jo Jo Adams - Marie Adams - eden ahbez - Lorez Alexandria - Archibald - Billy Boy Arnold - Joe August - LaVern Baker - Dave Bartholomew - Jimmy Beasley - Freddie Bell and the Bellboys - Remo Belli - Fred Below - Jesse Belvin - Sammy Benskin - Richard Berry - Big Maybelle - Larry Birdsong - Edgar Blanchard - Bea Booze - Priscilla Bowman - Erbie Bowser - Calvin Boze - Jackie Brenston - Louis Brooks - Buster Brown - Jimmy Brown - Ruth Brown - Tommy Brown - Jerry Byrne - Freddy Cannon - Georgia Carr - Gregory Carroll - Goree Carter - Eddie Chamblee - Floyd Chance - The Charts - Boozoo Chavis - Savannah Churchill - Dee Clark - William Clauson - Shaye Cogan - Ann Cole - Little Joe Cook - Cookie and the Cupcakes - Eddie Cooley - Lee Cooper - Pee Wee Crayton - The Crows - Frank Culley - Sonny Dae and His Knights - Larry Darnell - Bonnie Davis - Martha Davis - Maxwell Davis - Ronnie Dawson - Margie Day - The Del-Satins - Doles Dickens - Bo Diddley - Varetta Dillard - Dion and the Belmonts - Dr. Hepcat - Dr. Horse - The Dominoes - Rusty Draper - The Drinkard Singers - The Dubs - Tommy Durden - Duane Eddy - The El Dorados - Billy "The Kid" Emerson - The Emotions - Logan English - Frankie Ervin - H-Bomb Ferguson - Ernie Fields - Frank Fields - Canray Fontenot - Jimmy Forrest - The Four Blazes - The Four Tunes - Ernie Freeman - Harvey Fuqua - Cliff Gallup - Cecil Gant - Rozelle Gayle - Paul Gayten - Shep Ginandes - Lloyd Glenn - Cynthia Gooding - Shirley Goodman - The Griffin Brothers - Hardrock Gunter - Shirley Gunter - Billy Gussak - Brother Will Hairston - René Hall - Roy Hamilton - Erline Harris - Peppermint Harris - Bill Harvey - Roy Hawkins - Mickey Hawks - Linda Hayes - Margie Hendrix - Al Hibbler - Jessie Hill - Raymond Hill - The Hollywood Flames - Will Holt - Homesick James - Camille Howard - The Impalas - The Ink Spots - Bull Moose Jackson - Little Willie Jackson - Roddy Jackson - Tommy Jackson - Etta James - Roland Janes - Gus Jenkins - Young Jessie - Little Willie John - Buddy Johnson - Plas Johnson - Albennie Jones - Buddy Jones - Louis (Blues Boy) Jones - Sax Kari - Robert Kelton - Stan Kesler - Kid Thomas - Christine Kittrell - Marie Knight - Sonny Knight - Ransom Knowling - Herb Lance - The Larks - J. B. Lenoir - Pete "Guitar" Lewis - Jimmy Liggins - Joe Liggins - Little Willie Littlefield - Jimmie Logsdon - Lonesome Sundown - Clayton Love - Joe Lutcher - Nellie Lutcher - Willie Mabon - Rollee McGill - Bette McLaurin - Ernest McLean - Oscar McLollie - Rose Maddox - Marty Manning - Jo Mapes - Bobby Marchan - Al Martino - Brother Joe May - Percy Mayfield - Zilla Mays - The Medallions - Joe Medwick - Mercy Baby - Chuck Miller - Red Miller - Li'l Millet - Lucky Millinder - Roy Milton - The Monotones - Wild Bill Moore - Johnny Moore's Three Blazers - Merrill Moore - Joe Morris - Frank Motley - Moon Mullican - Walter "Papoose" Nelson - Chubby Newsom - Chuck Norris - Lillian Offitt - The Orioles - Johnny Otis - Earl Palmer - Junior Parker - The Penguins - Phil Phillips - Piano Red - Joe Poovey - Jimmy Preston - Arthur Prysock - The Ravens - Lula Reed - Susan Reed - Rudy Render - Todd Rhodes - Little Jimmy Rivers and the Tops - Evelyn Freeman Roberts - Sugar Chile Robinson - Wally Roker - Thermon Ruth - Doc Sausage - Mack Self - The Sensations - Eldon Shamblin - Ray Sharpe - Sharon Sheeley - Arkie Shibley - Hal Singer - Effie Smith - Jimmy Spruill - Clyde Stacy - Arbee Stidham - B. Jeff Stone - Jesse Stone - Roland Stone - Tarheel Slim - Rabon Tarrant - Dickie Thompson - Sonny Thompson - Terry Timmons - René Touzet - The Tune Weavers - Alvin Tyler - Joe Valino - Jimmy Van Eaton - The Velours - Patsy Vidalia - Mel Walker - Billy Ward - Frank Warner - Dinah Washington - Oscar Washington - Crown Prince Waterford - Paula Watson - James Waynes - Otis Williams and the Charms - Paul Williams - Big Jim Wynn

US R&B / soul musicians of the 1960s/1970s[edit]

Barbara Acklin - Johnny Adams - Margie Alexander - Casey Anderson - Jo Armstead - The Artistics - Lynn August - Packy Axton - Bessie Banks - Homer Banks - Larry Banks - Barbara and the Browns - J. J. Barnes - H. B. Barnum - Harold Battiste - Jackey Beavers - Reuben Bell - T. D. Bell - Eddie Bo - Bob & Earl - Camille Bob - Hamilton Bohannon - Tina Britt - Maxine Brown - Veda Brown - Solomon Burke - Billy Butler - The Fantastic Johnny C - Roy C - Terry Callier - Gene Chandler - Chee-Chee and Peppy - Cortelia Clark - Judy Clay - Otis Clay - Mitty Collier - Johnny Copeland - Lou Courtney - Don Covay - Caroline Crawford - G. L. Crockett - Zulema Cusseaux - Geater Davis - Tyrone Davis - The Detroit Emeralds - William DeVaughn - Lee Dorsey - Doris Duke - Jean DuShon - Dyke and the Blazers - Ronnie Dyson - Brenda Lee Eager - Eddie & Ernie - John Edwards - Donnie Elbert - The Elgins - Lorraine Ellison - The Floaters - Eddie Floyd - Wildman Steve Gallon - Rex Garvin - Barbara George - Herbie Goins - Dobie Gray - Howard Grimes - Willie "Little Beaver" Hale - Clay Hammond - Jennell Hawkins - Billy Hawks - Frank Haynes - Leon Haywood - Hi Rhythm Section - Donna Hightower - Rosetta Hightower - Z. Z. Hill - Mabon "Teenie" Hodges - Brenda Holloway - Jimmy Hughes - Ivy Jo Hunter - Luther Ingram - George Jackson - Millie Jackson - Walter Jackson - Jaibi - Jesse James - Lou Johnson - Plas Johnson - Roszetta Johnson - Roy Lee Johnson - Ruby Johnson - Syl Johnson - Tamiko Jones - Margie Joseph - Theola Kilgore - Anna King - The Knight Brothers - Marie Knight - Major Lance - Tobi Lark - Denise LaSalle - Latimore - Otis Leavill - Laura Lee - Ketty Lester - Jimmy Levine - Jimmy Lewis - Hattie Littles - Mary Love - Barbara Lynn - The Mad Lads - Toussaint McCall - George McCrae - Gwen McCrae - Gene McDaniels - Mel and Tim - Garnet Mimms - Phillip Mitchell - The Moments - The Monitors - Bobby Moore & the Rhythm Aces - Rudy Ray Moore - Lee Moses - Muscle Shoals Horns - Frances Nero - The Ovations - Bobby Parker - Robert Parker - Gino Parks - Ann Peebles - Lou Perez - Bobby Powell - James & Bobby Purify - Wardell Quezergue - Barbara Randolph - Wendy Rene - Alvin Robinson - Freddie Robinson - Jimmy Ruffin - Oliver Sain - Johnny Sayles - Freddie Scott - Ann Sexton - Timmy Shaw - Paul "Lil' Buck" Sinegal - Annette Snell - The Soul Children - Roebuck "Pops" Staples - Swamp Dogg - Bettye Swann - Tavares - Felice Taylor - Gloria Ann Taylor - Johnnie Taylor - Little Johnny Taylor - Irma Thomas - Rufus Thomas - Timmy Thomas - Jimmy Tig - Gary Toms Empire - Allen Toussaint - 24-Carat Black - The Valadiers - David Van De Pitte - The Voices of East Harlem - Singin' Sammy Ward - Dale Warren - Baby Washington - Ella Washington - Geno Washington - Artie 'Blues Boy' White - Marva Whitney - Spencer Wiggins - Spanky Wilson - Arthur G. Wright - O.V. Wright - Willie Wright - Richard "Popcorn" Wylie

US pop / rock / folk musicians of the 1960s/1970s[edit]

Rita Abrams - David Angel - Aorta - Appletree Theatre - Ginny Arnell - Ars Nova - The Astronauts - David Axelrod - Larry Beckett - Vinnie Bell - John Berberian - Jimmy Bond - John Boylan - Terence Boylan - B. Bumble and the Stingers - Lori Burton - Joseph Byrd - Andrea Carroll - Al Casey - The Cascades - Ed Cassidy - Cathy Jean and the Roommates - The Charles River Valley Boys - David Bennett Cohen - Bobby Comstock - Cotton, Lloyd and Christian - Crabby Appleton‎ - The Critters - Max Crook - Jimmy Cross - Mike Deasy - Henry Diltz - Dino & Sembello - Dion - Craig Doerge - Pete Drake - Earth Opera - Earth Quake - George Edwards - Bobby Emmons - Merrell Fankhauser - Cyrus Faryar - Michael Fennelly - Fifty Foot Hose - Kim Fowley - Dave Fredrickson - Dean Friedman - Jerry Fuller - Eric Gale - Mort Garson - The Green Fuz - Tim Hardin - Roy Head - Judy Henske[2] - Jim Holmberg - H.P.Lovecraft - Chris Huston - Illinois Speed Press - Big Dee Irwin - Bobby Jameson - Kaleidoscope - Kathy and Carol - Thomas Jefferson Kaye - Pat Kilroy - Ernie Maresca - Denise Marsa - Vince Martin - Lincoln Mayorga - Dave Michaels - The Modern Folk Quartet - The Modern Lovers - Essra Mohawk - Moondog - Billy Mundi - Fred Neil - Laura Nyro - Pacific Gas & Electric - Andy Paley - Tom Paley - Carson Parks - The Peanut Butter Conspiracy - Pearls Before Swine - The Piltdown Men - Richie Podolor - Joey Powers - The Premiers - Dory Previn - Gary Puckett & The Union Gap - The Ramrods - Don Randi - Tom Rapp - The Real Kids - Reparata and the Delrons - Jonathan Richman - Rockin' Robin Roberts - Tina Robin - Judy Roderick - The Ronettes - The Rooftop Singers - Rosebud - The Routers - St. John Green - Frankie Sardo - The Section - The Shag - The Shangri-Las - Del Shannon - Joanie Sommers - The Squires - The Standells - Jim Sullivan - Billy Swan - Syndicate of Sound - Johnny Thunder - Johnny Tillotson - The United States of America - The (Fabulous) Wailers - John Walker - The Walker Brothers - The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band - The Yellow Payges - Jerry Yester - Zakary Thaks

US pop / rock / R&B musicians of the 1980s/1990s/2000s[edit]

The Beauty Shop - J. Blackfoot - Eugene "Hideaway" Bridges - Oliver Cheatham - Shemekia Copeland - Cristina - August Darnell - Alela Diane - Lizzy Mercier Descloux - Mark Doyon - Richard "Dimples" Fields - IV Xample - Miles Jaye - Mississippi Slim - David Peaston - Davitt Sigerson - Sarabeth Tucek - The Valentine Brothers - Jimmie Van Zant - The Walkabouts - Was (Not Was) - Barrence Whitfield - Eugene Wilde - Ruby Wilson - Womack & Womack

UK musicians[edit]

Apostolic Intervention - Edward Barton - Beverley Sisters - Will Birch - Blues Incorporated - Bluesology - Bessie Bonehill - Graham Bonney - Bias Boshell - Eve Boswell - Simon Brint - Tommy Bruce - Ralph Butler - Café Society - Howie Casey - Brian Casser - Clem Cattini - Frank Chacksfield - Dolly Collins - Michael Cox - Tony Crombie - Lee Curtis and the All-Stars - Paul Da Vinci - Dantalian's Chariot - Diana Decker - Derry and the Seniors - Vince Eager - Eclection - Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera - Natasha England - George Evans - Tolchard Evans - The Ferris Wheel - The Flee-Rekkers - Johnny Gentle - Wayne Gibson - John Gorman - Kenny Graham - Mike Harding - Joe Harriott - Wee Willie Harris - Heaven - Mike Heron - Hollywood Brats - Leslie Hutchinson - The Incredible String Band - Max Jaffa - Peter Jay and the Jaywalkers - Jazzie B - The Johnston Brothers - Eden Kane - Nelson Keene - Alexis Korner - The Kursaal Flyers - Charlie Landsborough - Lee Lawrence - Malcolm Le Maistre - Sydney Lipton - Locomotive - Lord Rockingham's XI - Dennis Lotis - Luton Girls Choir - Beryl Marsden - Marsupilami - The Master Singers - Valerie Masters - Chas McDevitt - Licorice McKechnie - David McWilliams - The Migil Five - The Moontrekkers - Shelley Moore - Tommy Moore - The Mudlarks - J. W. Myers - Nero and the Gladiators - The Olympic Runners - Clive Palmer - Don Partridge - Johnny Pearson - Plainsong - Jimmy Powell - Duffy Power - Ivor Raymonde - The Rockin' Berries - The Rokes - Crispian St. Peters - Ian Samwell - Sandie Shaw - Shotgun Express - Rose Simpson - Sounds Incorporated - The Springfields - Big Jim Sullivan - The Table - Kingsize Taylor and the Dominoes - The Undertakers - The Vipers Skiffle Group - Bert Weedon - Nancy Whiskey - Wally Whyton - Robin Williamson - Art Wood - Yachts - Roy Young - Anne Ziegler

Non-US / UK musicians[edit]

Frank Alamo - Ayinde Bakare - Baskery - Ambrose Campbell - Charlélie Couture - Kélétigui Diabaté - Diblo Dibala - Dissidenten - Amancio D'Silva - Chaba Fadela - Fadela & Sahrawi - The Gibson Brothers - The Golden Cups - Gotye - Arthur H - Brewster Hughes - I Corvi - Ginger Johnson - "Big Voice" Jack Lerole - Archie Lewis - Lio - Little Tony - Anestis Logothetis - Lo'Jo - Marie et les Garçons - The Miami Showband - Mode Plagal - Moving Hearts - Les Négresses Vertes - Rupert Nurse - Ottawan - Reverend Beat-Man - Cheb Sahraoui - Songhai - The Spotnicks - The Sugar Shoppe - Die Travellers - Özel Türkbaş - Xylouris White

Record producers, entrepreneurs, songwriters, music writers and other non-musicians[edit]

US[edit]

Jean Aberbach - Julian Aberbach - J. W. Alexander - Roy Alfred - Johnny Allen - Estelle Axton - Robert Bateman - Joe Von Battle - Lew Bedell - Al Benson - Bess Berman - Miriam Bienstock - Howard Biggs - Lester, Jules, Saul and Joe Bihari - James Bracken - Morris Broadnax - Bruce Bromberg - Frank Clyde Brown - Artie Butler - James Anthony Carmichael - Vivian Carter - Leonard Caston, Jr. - Lincoln Chase - Pat Chappelle - Leonard Chess - Phil Chess - Leee Black Childers - Lew Chudd - Quinton Claunch - Herb Cohen - Jack L. Cooper‎ - Ritchie Cordell - Dave Crawford - Carl Davis - James A. Dean - Don DeVito - Dave Diamond - Julius Dixson - Max Dreyfus - Sherman H. Dudley - Ron Dunbar - Ahmet Ertegün - Nesuhi Ertegün - Doris Fisher - Chet Flippo - Max C. Freedman - Milt Gabler - Cary Gilbert - Gerry Goffin - George Goldner - Marc Gordon - Rick Hall - Arthur Hamilton - John Hammond - Dave Hassinger - Russell Hunting - Bruce Iglauer - Erik Jacobsen - Raymond Jackson - Matthew King Kaufman - Jack Keller - Dorothy LaBostrie - Kenny Laguna - Art Laibly - Don Law - Morris Levy - Henry Lewy - Sandy Linzer - Michael Lloyd - James Baxter Long - Herman Lubinsky - Ronnie Mack - Cosimo Matassa - Rose Marie McCoy - Marilyn McLeod - Lillian McMurry - Lester Melrose - Robert Mersey - Helen Miller - Fran Minkoff - Leo Mintz - Frazier Mohawk - Vince Montana - Larry Morey - Shadow Morton - Robert Musel - Syd Nathan - Theresa Needham - Eli Oberstein - Maurice Oberstein - Abe Olman - Jim O'Neal - Maurie Orodenker - "Sunshine" Sonny Payne - Rodger Penzabene - Bob Porter - Tony Powers - Robert Pruter - Sol Rabinowitz - Teddy Randazzo - Denny Randell - Leon René - Artie Resnick - Howie Richmond - Allan Roberts - Don Robey - Bobby Robinson - Jessie Mae Robinson - Lelan Rogers - Beverly Ross - Jerry Ross - Sonny Sanders - Art Satherley - Papa Don Schroeder - Joe Scott - Marshall Sehorn - Brad Shapiro - Frank Slay - Tommy Smalls - Major Bill Smith - Fred Sledge Smith - Seymour Solomon - Pervis Spann - H. C. Speir - Bernard Stollman - Henry Stone - Chris Strachwitz - Harry Tobias - Nick Tosches - Richie Unterberger - Jim Walsh - Gayle Dean Wardlow - Dick Waterman - Don Wayne - Mabel Wayne - William Weatherspoon - Bobby Weinstein - Hy Weiss - Larry Weiss - Pete Welding - Doug Weston - J. Mayo Williams - F. S. Wolcott - Randy Wood (music executive) - Randy Wood (record producer) - John Wesley Work, Jr.

UK[edit]

Bernie Andrews - Wayne Bickerton - Desmond Carter - Mervyn Conn - Count Suckle - Karl Dallas - Doug Dobell - Pete Drummond - Pete Frame - Charlie Gillett - Dave Godin - Tony Hall - Jack Jackson - Peter Jones - Edward Kassner - Jeffrey Kruger - Dave Laing - Mike Leadbitter - Spencer Leigh - Joseph Lockwood - Austin John Marshall - David Nathan - Paul Oliver - Larry Parnes - Harold Pendleton - David Platz - Tony Prince - Mike Raven - Jimmy Savile - Pam Sawyer - Rod Temperton - John Tobler - Penny Valentine - Clive Westlake - Francis Wilford-Smith

Others[edit]

Winston Blake - Ossie Byrne - Freddy Cousaert - Michel Esteban - Hedley Jones - Ken Khouri - Horst Lippmann - Fritz Rau - Herbert Rehbein - Francis Salabert - Daniel Vangarde

Record companies and other music-related articles[edit]

American Folk Blues Festival - Ariston Records - The Beat Room - bebop - Beserkley Records - Billboard R&B charts - Bluebird Records - Blues Hall of Fame - British pop music - British rock and roll - B.T. Puppy Records - De Luxe Records - Dew Drop Inn - Direction (record label) - Disc (magazine) - Disco 2 - Dockery Plantation - Early British popular music - Easy Beat (BBC radio) - Entertainment USA - First rock and roll record - Flamingo Club - Francis, Day & Hunter - Freak scene - French punk - From Spirituals to Swing - Goldband Records - Goldwax Records - Hattiesburg - Hill & Range - Hy-Tone Records - Indestructible Record Company - Jay Boy (record label) - Juke Blues - List of artists who reached number one on the Billboard R&B chart - List of blues musicians - Melodisc Records - Miracle Records - Mirwood Records - Mondo Hollywood - Origins of rock and roll - Popcorn (music style) - Premium Records - The Rabbit's Foot Company - Rendezvous Records - rhythm and blues - rock and roll - rock music - Saturday Club (BBC radio) - Silas Green from New Orleans - songster - Spring Records - SPY Records - Stinson Records - Talking Machine World - Wall of Sound - ZE Records - ZigZag magazine

Songs[edit]

"Aie a Mwana" - "Alone Again Or" - "Apache" - "B-A-B-Y" - "Baby, I Love You" - "Baker Street" - "Be-Bop-A-Lula" - "Blue Monday" - "Caldonia" - "Captain of Your Ship" - "Careless Hands" - "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie" - "Comin' Home Baby" - "Do the Funky Chicken" - "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying" - "Duke of Earl" - "Earth Angel" - "Elenore" - "Endless Sleep" - "Eyesight to the Blind" - "Feeling Good" - "Footsee" - "For Once in My Life" - "Gin House Blues" - "Gloomy Sunday" - "Grand Coulee Dam" - "Great Balls of Fire" - "Hallelujah" - "Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop" - "The Honeydripper" - "The House of Blue Lights" - "How Many More Years" - "The Hucklebuck" - "I'd Rather Go Blind" - "I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)" - "I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time" - "I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down" - "I Put a Spell on You" - "Indiana Wants Me" - "Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby" - "It's a Fine Day" - "I Walk on Guilded Splinters" - "Jingle Jangle Jingle" - "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho" - "Junco Partner" - "Just an Old Fashioned Girl" - "La Bamba" - "Leader of the Pack" - "Leaning on a Lamp-post" - "Leave My Kitten Alone" - "Let The Good Times Roll" - "Lollipop" - "Loop di Love" - "Louie Louie" - "My Boy Lollipop" - "Nellie the Elephant" - "None of Us Are Free" - "Nut Rocker" - "On The Road Again" - "Pablo Picasso" - "Patches" - "Poetry In Motion" - "Remember Then" - "Roadrunner" - "Rock Around The Clock" - "Rocket 88" - "Rock the Joint" - "Rock Your Baby" - "Roll 'Em Pete" - "Runaround Sue" - "Runaway" - "See See Rider" - "7 and 7 Is" - "Shake, Rattle and Roll" - "Shoppin' for Clothes" - "Simon Says" - "Sister Ray" - "Sixty Minute Man" - "Somethin' Stupid" - "Spirit in the Sky" - "Strange Things Happening Every Day" - "Sugar Baby Love" - "Summertime" - "Swanee" - "Take Me to the River" - "Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay" - "Tell Mama" - "Tell Me What He Said" - "That Ole Devil Called Love" - "There's a Ghost in My House" - "Trains and Boats and Planes" - "Tulips from Amsterdam" - "Tutti Frutti" - "Walk Tall" - "The Wanderer" - "We Don't Know Where We're Going" - "When a Man Loves a Woman" - "When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano" - "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On" - "Whole Lotta Woman" - "Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Heart"

Lists of songs written by:[edit]

Ashford & Simpson - Burt Bacharach - Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich - Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway - Bob Crewe - Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff - Gerry Goffin - Berry Gordy - Isaac Hayes and David Porter - Holland, Dozier and Holland - Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller - Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil - Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman - Smokey Robinson - Norman Whitfield

Albums[edit]

Other biographies (not music-related)[edit]

Monmouthshire or Wye Valley connections[edit]

Baderon of Monmouth - Joseph Bradney - Caradog Freichfras - Roger Cecil - Anne Cluysenaar - Charles Henry Crompton-Roberts - William fitzBaderon - Eric Francis - Fred Hando - Charles James Jackson - John of Monmouth - Henry Jones - William Jones - Keith Kissack - Flora Klickmann - Meurig ap Tewdrig - Valentine Morris - John Nettleship - Eddie Parris - Charles Peart - Nathan Rogers - John Russell - James Stephens - St. Tewdrig - Henry Avray Tipping - Nathaniel Wells - Sir Trevor Williams - William Williams - Withenoc

Humanists and secularists[edit]

Stanton Coit - Sonja Eggerickx - Levi Fragell - Frederick James Gould - Gulalai Ismail - M. M. Mangasarian - Lloyd Morain - Mary Morain - Richard Norman - David Pollock - William Stewart Ross - Harry Stopes-Roe - Charles Watts - C. A. Watts - Jane Wynne Willson

Planners and geographers[edit]

Ewan Anderson - Walter Bor - John Boynton - Wilfred Burns - John Cole - Desmond Heap - J. R. James - Sylvia Law - Francis Longstreth Thompson - Ray Pahl - George Pepler - Thomas Sharp

Others[edit]

Living[edit]

Donald Allister - Joby Baker - Laura Barton - Barbara Brennan - Stefan Buczacki - Rolly Crump - Lumumba Di-Aping - Mikhail Dobkin - Debi Gliori - Robert Goddard - Tony Hall - John "Hoppy" Hopkins - William McKay - Julia Macur - Rae McGrath - Jekka McVicar - Tuppy Owens - Dai Smith - Gail Trimble - Paul Williams - Bryony Worthington

Not living[edit]

John Ashe - Daisy Ashford - Helen Bailey - Edward Barker - Shahbaz Bhatti - Raffaele Bendandi - Jack Birkett - Enoch Bolles - William Penny Brookes - Alexander Cannon - George Cansdale - Sandra Chalmers - Sir James Clark - Jan and Vlasta Dalibor - Hilda Ellis Davidson - Armand Denis - Michaela Denis - Geoffrey Drain - Margaret Dumont - Franklin Engelmann - Fred Evans - Fidus - Lionel Gamlin - Leon Gouré - John Hefin - Levi Hill - Richard Hofmann - Lawrence Johnston - Frank Keating - William Laird - Millard Lampell - Thomas Arthur Leonard - Ronald Lockley - Roger Longrigg - Benedict Lust - Derek McCulloch - George William Manby - Yertward Mazamanian - Robert Morden - Valerie Grosvenor Myer - Tom Parry Jones - Vito Paulekas - Guy Peellaert - Bill Pester - Xavier Petulengro - Thomas Benbow Phillips - Gwilym Prichard - Harri Pritchard Jones - Fred Quimby - Dora Ratjen - Sid Rawle - John and Vera Richter - Alfred Sam - Jock Scot - A. E. Southon - Percy Thrower - Victor Tindall - Jan Toorop - Albany Ward - J. Elfreth Watkins - James Lawton Wingate

Other articles[edit]

2011 proposals to change the rules of royal succession in the Commonwealth realms - 2014 Nepal snowstorm disaster - Association of Personal Historians - Banking Standards Board - British and Colonial Films - British people - Casuals United - clotted cream - Copenhagen Accord - cream tea - Crossroads Care - deckchair - Dragon's Eye (TV programme) - English Defence League - Evesham Technology - Falsely Accused Carers and Teachers - Humanist officiant - Institute of Healthcare Management - Ivanhoe (1958 TV series) - Jimmy Savile sexual abuse scandal - Lantern Project - Lowest bridging point - Monmouth Women's Festival - MS Rigel - Municipal Mutual Insurance - NALGO - North Wales child abuse scandal - Operation Doublet - Operation Yewtree‎ - pasty - plague cross - Regional minister - Regions of England - Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal - secular humanism - Staffordshire Hoard - subsidy roll - Sun in splendour - Tootal - watergate - "William Hickey" - "You can shed tears that she is gone"

References[edit]

  1. ^ My first edit - 30 June 2006 - here
  2. ^ My first new page - 18 July 2006 - here

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  1. ^ Eagle, Bob; LeBlanc, Eric S. (2013). Blues - A Regional Experience. Santa Barbara: Praeger Publishers. ISBN 978-0313344237.