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C.L. Blast Lay Another Log On The Fire
From the two classy albums he cut for Juana in the early eighties, and earlier Sam Dees and Frederick Knight productions on 45.

Blue Magic Blue Magic
Brilliant Bobby Eli business classic Philadelphia soul on a par with The Delfonics and The Moments with Sideshow and the wonderful Look Me Up.

Boddie Recording Company, Cleveland, Ohio
Best of the in-house Soul Kitchen, Luau, and Bounty labels: a treasure trove of kitchen-sink eccentric soul, fuzzbox funk, shoestring doo-wop, and haunted, eerily hook-laden spirituals. Out-of-this-world packaging.

Lou Bond Lou Bond
His 1974 album for the Stax subsidiary We Produce, with fine singing and songwriting together, a lot of it protest, including his twelve-minute opus To The Establishment, sampled by Mary J and Outkast.

Boscoe Boscoe
Spiritual jazz and funky soul grooves from Chicago The Temptations meet The Pharoahs, say dug up by the Numero offshoot.

Brand New Wayo Funk, Fast Times And Nigerian Boogie Badness,1979-1983
Music from the Second Republic, twenty-three years of military dictatorship ended, at the crest of Nigeria's oil boom. Good-times disco-soul shuffle, mixing in jazz-funk, synth pop and Afro vibes.

Bill Brandon On The Rainbow Road
Alabama sessions with producers Spooner Oldham, Quin Ivy, Sam Dees and Moses Dillard, between 1967 and 1976.