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Midnight Train From Georgia: A Pip’s Journey is a trip down memory lane, especially for those pop music aficionados from the late fifties and extending well into the seventies. Gladys Knight and the Pips made musical history practical for the duration of their singing careers, appearing on all kinds of shows, including the Ed Sullivan show, and the Howard Theater in Washington D.C. After signing with Motown Records, their Mr. Postman became the Number One Record on Billboard. In Midnight Train From Georgia: A Pip’s Journey the authors take a trip through memory lane for themselves, and for the reader who discovers detail upon detail of Pip’s personal lives as well as the inner workings of the music and show business world always full of intrigue and fascination. Both William Guest and Dhyana Ziegler describe all those fun times they had together. More important, they capture and reveal the historical time in the history of musical performance, the love of family, and the survival in the music industry. The book also talks about Gladys Knight and the Pips having to sue Motown Records over royalties.
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William F. Guest and Dame Dhyana were directly involved with the Pips.
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Book Description Branden Books, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0828324697