The fifth installment in the Encyclopedia of Doo Wop series features one hundred doo wop gems, including rare and obscure finds, many appearing here on compact disc for the very first time. Also included is The Alan Freed Story - The Early Years of Rock & Roll by John A. Jackson, the (out-of-print) 400-page book about the Cleveland DJ who coined the term "Rock & Roll" and introduced the new genre to American airwaves. This wonderful 4-CD collection is packaged in a deluxe black-lacquered wooden storage case with a sliding panel front. The rare titles in this volume will satisfy even the most hard-core Doo Wop listener. DIGITALLY REMASTERED!