Of all the Rock and Roll Hall's glaring omissions, it's hard to beat the institution's blind eye toward the "Wizard of Osmond" himself. When The Osmonds abandoned their barbershop quartet revival campaign and recorded "One Bad Apple," a song that Motown had rejected for the Jackson 5, it ended the streak of four consecutive number-one hits for the Jacksons. And when MGM Records singled out Donny as a solo artist on "Sweet and Innocent" (featuring the most intelligent use of ocarina since The Troggs' "Wild Thing"), it forced the Jackson 5 to single out Michael as a solo act in order to compete. So without... More >>>