Members were Ray "Buddy" Wooten, Bobby Williams, Monteith "Monte" Owens, Alvin "Bobby" Baylor and Jimmy Bethea. Composed of teenagers, the group's music was nonetheless focused on an adult market. The group is considered to be notable among R&B for being one of the first prominent youth bands. After the band broke up in 1953, Baylor, Owens and Williams went to join another band, The Solitaires.
Mood and Comparative Decision Making: The Moderating Effects of Self-Relevance, Cognitive Load, and Consumer Impulsiveness
May 01, 2010; 1. INTRODUCTION The impact of mood on consumer behavior is well documented. Past research in social psychology and consumer...