Garland, Phyl
February 1975
Ebony;Feb1975, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p114
The article announces the winners of the Ebony Second Annual Black Music Poll for 1975, including Quincy Jones for Musician of the Year in the Jazz category, Stevie Wonder as top composer in the Rhythm and Blues category and Shirley Caesar for best female singer in the Gospel category.


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