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"Let's Get Drunk"

O. B. Buchana (21st Century)

Composed by Aaron Weddington, Aubles Buchana & Rusty Batts




March 26, 2017:

NEW ALBUM ALERT!


Sample/Buy O.B. Buchana's SWING ON WITH O.B. album at iTunes.

Sample/Buy O.B. Buchana's SWING ON WITH O.B. album at Amazon.

Track List:

1 There's a Right Way to Do Wrong

2 I Like the Way You Swing

3 You're the One Baby (featuring Lomax)

4 It's Booty Shakin' Time

5 They Were Gone

6 Swing On (Remix)

7 Why Can't I Be Your Lover

8 Good and Grown Lovin'

9 Until Next Time

10 Freak in the Sheets

11 The Last Song

Daddy B. Nice notes:

The new album includes "Why Can't I Be Your Lover," awarded the...

Best Mid-Tempo Song: "Why Can't I Be Your Lover?" by O.B. Buchana

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "Why Can't I Be Your Lover?" on YouTube...

See THE WINNERS of the 2016 (10th Annual) SOUTHERN SOUL MUSIC AWARDS

Other notable tracks include:

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "Swing On (Remix)" on YouTube.

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "It's Booty Shaking Time" on YouTube.

Listen to O.B. Buchana and Lomax singing "You're The One, Baby" on YouTube.

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August 7, 2016: Re-Posted from Daddy B. Nice's CD Reviews

November 17, 2015:

O.B. BUCHANA: Mississippi Folks (Ecko) Four Stars **** Distinguished effort. Should please old fans and gain new.



Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "Swing On" while you read.

You know what they say. Be careful what you wish for. They'll be puzzling over this O.B. Buchana album years from now--an old-fashioned, all-you-can-eat buffet of styles, a departure from most everything he's ever done. It's as if O.B. (one of the premier stylists in southern soul music) said, "To hell with it! Let's do a bunch of weird and innovative stuff and see what sticks." Your Daddy B. Nice has been nagging O.B. for years to do just that, but now that he has, I'm taken aback.

"Ghetto Funk" is a hoot. The first time I heard this on the radio and the deejay said "O.B. Buchana" I just about spilled my coffee. And then I thought, "It must be something he did before the Suzie Q days." And then, when I got my promotional copy, I couldn't listen to it until forced to do so by this review.

People ask me, "Why are you so hard on funk?" I like funk. Here's the thing about funk. It permeates all R&B, from rap to mainstream. It's the sea we've been swimming in for thirty, forty, is-it-fifty?-some years. If you want to hear funk, you can turn on any music station anywhere in America, other than country. If the Eskimos have 327 words for "snow," the black musical community and audience must have 327 meanings and sub-genres for the word "funk." Funk is the "retro" music, as far as your Daddy B. Nice is concerned. Southern soul music is the "new." So why do southern soul artists want to pollute the pure southern soul "air" we oxygen-deprived fans crave with the funk that we're already swimming in, up to our necks?

The response on the chitlin' circuit seems to bear this out. A quick flirtation with playing "Ghetto Funk" (perhaps because it's the first cut on the disc) dissolved quickly at most radio stations, and Ecko has wisely packaged a new single, "Swing On," for promotion. The well-produced, mid-tempo "Swing On" boasts compelling verses in the vein of Bigg Robb's recent "Good Good," but a vanilla ( almost nerdy) chorus sabotages its potential. It may be the least "swinging" use of the phrase "swing on" in memory, with the background vocalists singing the long notes of "Swing on..." while O.B. embroiders vocally in the spaces.

And maybe your Daddy B. Nice is just in a bad mood from "Mississippi Boy" Charles Wilson taking down "Mississippi Boy" Will T.'s/Floyd Hamberlin's original classic (first published on Wilson's IF IT AIN'T BROKE DON'T FIX IT CD as a "bonus track") from YouTube recently, but O.B.'s "Mississippi Folks"--based on the same "Mississippi Boy"--can also run but not hide from criticism.

O.B.'s is the hardest-edged version yet of the oft-recorded anthem, which let me remind everyone was the lightest, loveliest, loosest, humblest tune imaginable. O.B. ratchets up the percussive emphasis on the chords, out-banging even Denise LaSalle's version, consigning the scruffy charm and soulfulness of the original to a distant memory.

So why the four-star, "distinguished effort" rating for "Mississippi Folks?" It's because the variety of this collection ultimately pays off. Buchana albums, although always professional, often suffer from a track-to-track sameness. For example, in a conversation about programming in southern soul music recently, a fan told your Daddy B. Nice that he didn't "get bothered about programming" unless he "tried to listen to an O.B. Buchana or Ms. Jody album all the way through."

This CD successfully breaks that mold and opens up the boundaries of Buchana's sound. You may not realize it until you've heard the entire set a couple of times. The production by John Ward is like a fresh breeze blowing through a still, sultry day, and I found myself going back to the liner credits to see if, in fact, the same Ecko house writers (John Ward, Raymond Moore, Henderson Thigpen, William Norris, Rick Lawson, etc.) who usually provide Buchana with his material had been replaced with a new batch of tune-smiths, but it's the same old gang, only with a new, not-afraid-to-be-experimental approach.

Henderson Thigpen's contributions are especially eye-opening, encompassing every conceivable variety, from the buoyant steel drums and calypso accents of "Tip It Up" to the lyrical poignancy of "Tasty Girl." A slow-version remix of "Tasty Girl," although not as impressive technically, is even better, O.B.'s lead vocal shot through with an underlying genuineness that recalls T.K. Soul's "Try Me."

"Rooster Rooster Guinea Guinea," a Lawson tune and seeming "B-side," resounds with the same, humble authenticity, and this time the "white"-sounding background singers sound passionate and apropos.

"Getting You Ready For Me," "If We Steal Away," "Body Drain" and the quasi-country "You Don't Want A Good Man" are seemingly typical O.B. Buchana fare, but they also benefit from the album's expanded scope.

With choices in material and execution so interesting and different, O.B.'s vocals themselves achieve an unexpected element of suspense, and O.B. rolls with it. He sounds like he's having fun--Admittedly, even on "Ghetto Funk. The annual Buchana blockbuster may be absent, but as an album and a musical experience you can listen to "all the way through," MISSISSIPPI FOLKS begs to be inserted into your latest musical device.

--Daddy B. Nice

Sample/Buy O.B. Buchana's MISSISSIPPI FOLKS CD at iTunes.

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Listen to an updated version--not quite as mesmerizing as the original but still worthy--of O.B. Buchana singing "Let's Get Drunk" on YouTube.

Daddy B. Nice notes:

Like Will T.'s original "Mississippi Boy," the original version of O.B. Buchana's "Let's Get Drunk" has been taken down from all streaming sources (YouTube, MySpace, etc.) due to multiple copyright infringement requests. It is also out-of-print and commercially unavailable, making it apparently lost forever to present and future Southern Soul fans, who will never get to hear it. The instrumental track, not the vocal, is what's different, adding a cloying--and annoying to a traditionalist--"horn" riff while deleting the original's sexy, sinuous keyboard riff and more dominant bass.


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Note: O. B. Buchana also appears on Daddy B. Nice's original Top 100 Southern Soul Artists (90's-00's). The "21st Century" after O. B. Buchana's name in the headline is to distinguish his artist-guide entries on this page from his artist-guide page on Daddy B. Nice's original chart.

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Watch hot new video of O.B. Buchana Live Onstage singing "Mississippi Boy" on YouTube.

....and, from the same concert, O.B. segueing from "Mr. Jody" into "Back Up Lover" Live Onstage.

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To automatically link to O.B. Buchana's charted radio singles, awards, CD's and other citations and references on the website, go to "Buchana, O.B." in Daddy B. Nice's Comprehensive Index.

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Daddy B. Nice's Updated Profile of O.B. Buchana

June 8, 2013:

One of the hardest-working and unflaggingly consistent performers in the Delta, O. B. Buchana has purveyed his status as a young and rising R&B vocalist into an undisputed spot among the top ten artists of 21st Century Southern Soul. No younger-generation artist, with the possible exception of Sir Charles Jones, has embraced the Southern Soul genre and its lifestyle, trappings and identity more than the XL-sized singer from Clarksdale, Mississippi.

And no younger-generation singer has molded a more distinctive and certifiably chitlin'-circuit-steeped vocal style than the one-of-a-kind O.B. In his song "I'm Goin' Back Home," Buchana recounts a flirtation with leaving the Delta:

"I made a trip up North
To visit some of my friends.
They said, 'O. B.,
You ought to move up here
Because the good times never end.'

I must admit I thought about it
For a day or two,
But then I came to a conclusion
That this I just can't do.

Then I told my friend,
I said, 'Fella, I can make this my home,
But there's just one reason I won't,
Because there's just one thing wrong.
You all don't have any Southern Soul music
When I turn on my radio.
All I hear is hiphop,
Country, talk shows and rock.

Tell me what a man's gonna do
When he can't hear no down-home blues.
So I told my friends,
'Fellas, I'm goin' back home.'"

There's not a young Southern Soul performer--including Sir Charles Jones and T. K. Soul--who can deliver these lyrics with the authority of O. B. Buchana.

Buchana's vocal style is so original--some might say idiosyncratic--it's hard to puzzle out its influences. There's a little of Ray Charles' whiplash-like enunciation of key phrases. There's a strain of Tyrone Davis's unabashedly casual country tone. There's a healthy sprinkling of Bobby Rush's intransigent irreverence.

But there is no one artist in whose shadow Buchana resides. O. B. has carved out an artistic niche all his own. In fact, O. B. is now an influence on an even younger generation of musicians--Jaye Hammer, for example.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "Back Up Lover" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "Let's Get Drunk" on MySpace.

--Daddy B. Nice


About O. B. Buchana (21st Century)

Born in Mound Bayou, Mississippi, O. B. Buchana spent his formative years in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Buchana began singing gospel as a child and became the lead singer of the gospel aggregation The Mighty Suns of God as a teenager.

He arrived on the chitlin' circuit scene in 1999 with the release of the single "Back Up Lover" and the LP It's Over (Paula/Susquehanna, 1999). "Back Up Lover" quickly became a staple of Deep South deejay rotations and earned a permanent niche in the Southern Soul catalog. Chuck Roberson covered the song in 1999.

Suzie Q. Records (overseen by Stan & Lenny Lewis of Shreveport, Louisiana) added Buchana to its roster of up-and-coming artists (David Brinston, Maurice Wynn, etc.) in 2001, issuing the LP I Got Caught. "Let's Get Drunk," the lead track from the album, drew immediate and fervent response, marking yet another advance for this promising vocalist and soul traditionalist. "Back Door 'Tipper'" and "Love Hurts" also became solid hits on chitlin' circuit radio stations.

As Suzie Q foundered, Buchana went through a fallow period until John Ward at Memphis's Ecko Records signed the artist. His first LP for the label was Shake What You Got (2004), with the singles "Both In The Wrong," "That's My Bad," and "Booty Scoot" charting on Southern Soul radio.

With the aging, departures and passing of such 90's label stalwarts as Quinn Golden, Charles Wilson and Carl Sims, O. B. Buchana arguably became Ecko Records' flagship artist over the next decade, releasing roughly an album's worth of bona fide Southern Soul material annually--songs that contributed to defining the genre in the 21st century.

They included:

O. B. Buchana Discography

1999 It's Over (Suzie Q/Paula)

2001 I Got Caught (Suzie Q/Blues River)

2004 Shake What You Got (Ecko)

2005 I Can't Stop Drinkin' (Ecko)

2006 I'm Gonna Sleep (Ecko)

2007 Goin' Back Home (Ecko)

2008 It's Christmas, Baby (Ecko)

2008 Southern Soul Country Boy (Ecko)

2009 Back Up Lover (Ecko)

2009 It's My Time (Ecko)

2010 That Thang Thang (Ecko)

2012 Let Me Knock The Dust Off (Ecko)

2013 Starting All Over (Ecko)

2014 Pop Yo Bottle (Ecko)

2015 Mississippi Folks (Ecko)

2017 Swing On With O.B. (Ecko)

To read Daddy B. Nice's contemporaneous reportage and opinion of many of these albums and songs, including...

I Can't Stop Drinkin'

I'm Gonna Sleep

.....and

Goin' Back Home

... go to Daddy B. Nice's Original Artist Guide to O. B. Buchana and scroll down to the "Tidbits" section.

Scrolling further in the "Tidbits" section, you will find detailed, contemporaneous CD reviews of....

Southern Soul Country Boy

It's My Time

That Thang Thang

....and

Let Me Knock The Dust Off

Go to Daddy B. Nice's Original Artist Guide to O. B. Buchana and scroll down to the "Tidbits" section to read the reviews.


Tidbits

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June 8, 2013: O. B. Buchana on YouTube


Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "I Can't Choose (Between The Two)" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "I Owe Everybody" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "We Don't Get Along Till We Gettin' It On" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchan singing "Bang That Thang" Live Onstage on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "Clarksdale, Mississippi" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "Just Because He's Good To You" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "You're Just Playing With It" Live Onstage on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "Back Up Lover" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "It's My Time" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing a medley of his songs live onstage on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "I'm Goin' Back Home" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "Put Yo Foot In It" Live Onstage with Mr. Sam on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "I Want Both Of You" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "It's Over" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "Just Be A Man About It" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "Knock Three Times" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "Two Steps Behind" on YouTube.

Listen to O. B. Buchana singing "It Don't Have To Be That Way" on YouTube.

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June 8, 2013: NEW CD ALERT

Sample/Buy O. B. Buchana's new STARTING ALL OVER CD.

Recommended Singles: "I'm Rowdy Rowdy," "Just Can't Get Her Off Of My Mind" (with Sir Charles Jones)

Read Daddy B. Nice's new 5-star review of O. B. Buchana's STARTING ALL OVER CD.

See Daddy B. Nice's #2 "Breaking" Southern Soul Single for June 2013, "Starting All Over" by O. B. Buchana.


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February 16, 2014:


Daddy B. Nice's CD Review of O.B. Buchana's STARTING ALL OVER is now posted on this page. Scroll down to "Tidbits #4."



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February 16, 2014:

Re-posted from Daddy B. Nice's New CD Reviews:


June 15, 2013:

O. B. BUCHANA: Starting All Over (Ecko) Five Stars ***** Can't Miss. Pure Southern Soul Heaven.

Larry Chambers from Ecko Records sent a note citing O. B. Buchana's new album as "his best in years," and your Daddy B. Nice couldn't agree more. Even those fans who have grown skeptical of O.B.'s annual product will be pleasantly surprised by Starting All Over. The singing is energetic and focused, the song selection is the best in memory, and the arrangements are crisp and different from one another.


I think anyone who knows anything about southern soul gives O. B. his due. He's carved out a huge corner of Southern Soul musical territory with his spectacularly-rural vocals and his fearlessly-carnal lyrics. I recently did a piece on a young singer/songwriter from Clarksdale, Mississippi (O. B.'s hometown), and I was surprised when he cited someone else--not O.B.--as his "biggest influence," because without O. B.'s music and O. B's success this young performer's music probably wouldn't exist.

Having said that, most of us would admit that O.B. isn't usually the first music we'd pull out to impress someone completely unacquainted with Southern Soul. The highest praise I can give this new O. B. album is that I'd offer it to any stranger as an example of how infectious and uplifting true southern soul music is.

The set begins with "Let's Go Dancing," a prototypical lead-off track with snappy arranging, solid singing and a bizarre but appealing little novelty sound inserted incongruously into each line of verse, like a little mouse scurrying across the floor.

Next up is one of the album's standouts (and in most markets the second single), a duet with Sir Charles Jones titled "Can't Get You Off My Mind," anchored by a cozy, mid-sixties-rock-and-roll keyboard. Charles is in top vocal form, as is O. B.

"I'm Rowdy Rowdy," written by "Let's Get Drunk" co-composer Aubles Buchana, received the nod as first radio single. "Rowdy" is a Buchana anthem in the mold of "You're Just Playin' With It," arranged and mixed with meticulous care in spite of its apparent spontaneity.

One of four William Norris (aka performer Sonny Mack) compositions on the disc, title-track "Starting All Over" is a majestic ballad in the tradition of "Southern Soul Country Boy" and other robust Buchana ballads. Taken as a piece, this opening quartet of songs is about as flawless as O. B. has ever done.

Penned by Ecko veteran Raymond Moore, one of Buchana's most dependable writers over the last decade (and author of the opening track), "Dream Lover" is nevertheless further evidence that Moore's composing star has gradually dimmed recently, hampered by sameness and lack of dimension.

But another Norris tune, "I Was Searching," a charismatic, briskly-tempo-ed rocker sung with the nasty conviction we expect from O. B. at his best, almost immediately returns the set to head-turning tunefulness.

And "Another Blues Man From Clarksdale," written by John Cummings and John Ward, is the latest in O. B.'s heartfelt and masterful eulogies to his hometown, blues hub Clarksdale, Mississippi.

"You Do It Right," a so-so, mid-tempo tune written by Gerod Rayburn, segues into another fine Norris ballad, "You Said," which in turn defers to the final track, a truly inspired selection based on the gospel-drenched oldie--

Listen to Doc McKenzie & the Hi-Lites singing "Hold On To What You Got" on YouTube.

--O. B., who should do more of these covers of great songs (remember his cover of Bobby Womack's "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much"?), sounds like the best vocalist--bar none--in Southern Soul music.

What this album reiterates is that O. B. is a brilliant singer, only dependent upon focus and first-rate material. Starting All Over showcases O. B. with re-engaged soul and strength to match and is highly recommended.

--Daddy B. Nice

Sample/Buy O. B. Buchana's new STARTING ALL OVER CD.

Read Daddy B. Nice's new 21st-Century Countdown Artist Guide to O. B. Buchana.

O. B. Buchana's STARTING ALL OVER on iTunes.

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June 28, 2014: NEW ALBUM ALERT!

Slicked-up and resplendent on the record cover with a Lucifer goatee, matching earrings and a wry, "got-a-buzz-on" smile, O.B. for the first time looks sophisticated.
(From Daddy B. Nice's upcoming CD review.)

7-7-14 Update: Read Daddy B. Nice's new CD review of O.B. Buchana's POP YO' BOTTLE.

6-6-15 ALERT: THE POP YO BOTTLE REVIEW IS NOW POSTED ON THIS PAGE. SCROLL DOWN TO TIDBITS #5.

Sample/Buy O.B. Buchana's Pop Yo Bottle CD.

First promotional single: "Turn It Up"

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "Turn It Up" on YouTube.

Daddy B. Nice also recommends:

"O.B. Shuffle"

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "O.B. Shuffle" on YouTube.

See Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 Southern Soul Singles Review: July 2014.

"It Should Have Been Me"

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "It Should Have Been Me" on YouTube.

"You're Welcome To The Party"

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "You're Welcome To The Party" on YouTube.

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June 6, 2015: POP YO BOTTLE CD REVIEW BY DADDY B. NICE, RE-POSTED FROM NEW CD REVIEWS

July 7, 2014:

O.B. BUCHANA: Pop Yo' Bottle (Ecko) Four Stars **** Distinguished effort. Should please old fans and gain new.

Resplendent on the record cover of his new CD, Pop Yo' Bottle, with a Lucifer goatee, matching earrings and a wry "got-a-buzz-on" smile, O.B. for the first time looks truly sophisticated.

O.B. has become more sophisticated when it comes to song selection, too. Having utilized composer William Norris (aka performer Sonny Mack) for his last two, well-received CD's--six songs from Knock The Dust Off and three songs, including the title tune, from Starting All Over--Buchana again goes to the well, so to speak, drawing up no less than four typically-steamy Norris tracks, some co-written with O.B.:

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "Party On The Weekend" on YouTube.

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "Private Party" on YouTube.

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "Pop Yo' Bottle" on YouTube.

....and
Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "What's The Deal" on YouTube.

Gerod Rayburn, another "frequent contributor" to the Buchana catalog, tallies two tracks: the Brook Benton-ish ballad "We Can't Just Leave Each Other Alone" and the peppy, vaguely O'Jays-like "Turn It Up," the first single from the album.

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "We Can't Just Leave Each Other Alone" on YouTube.

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "Turn It Up" on YouTube.

O.B. has a hand in quite a few of the composing credits, and John Ward shows up as co-writer on many of the songs, most prominently the catchy, "Ms. Jody's Thang"-like "O.B. Shuffle."

See Daddy B. Nice's #5 "Breaking" Southern Soul Singles Review for July 2014 ("O.B. Shuffle" by O.B. Buchana).

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "O.B. Shuffle" on YouTube.

Two of the most defining tunes on the set, however, are by intriguing newcomers, Henderson Thigpen with the very groovy and hooky "You're Welcome To The Party" (John Ward also contributes) and Lee Gibbs with the meditative and winsome "It Should Have Been Me."

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "You're Welcome To The Party" on YouTube.

Listen to O.B. Buchana singing "It Should Have Been Me" on YouTube.

And while we're at it, let's celebrate O.B.'s astounding consistency. Yes, some predictability accrues with the big man's unflagging productivity over the last dozen years, but no younger-generation southern soul artist has put out more music. That's deserving of a ton of respect.

--Daddy B. Nice

Sample/Buy O.B. Buchana's Pop Yo' Bottle CD.


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If You Liked. . . You'll Love

If you liked Clarence Carter's "Slip Away," you'll love O. B. Buchana's "Let's Get Drunk."


Honorary "B" Side

"Back Up Lover"



5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
Sample or Buy Let's Get Drunk by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Let's Get Drunk


CD: Back Up Lover
Label: Ecko

Sample or Buy
Back Up Lover


5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
Sample or Buy Back Up Lover by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Back Up Lover


CD: It's Over
Label: Suzie Q

Sample or Buy
It's Over


5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
Sample or Buy I Can't Stop Drinkin' by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
I Can't Stop Drinkin'


CD: I Can't Stop Drinkin'
Label: Ecko

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I Can't Stop Drinkin'


5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
Sample or Buy I Owe Everybody by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
I Owe Everybody


CD: I'm Gonna Sleep
Label: Ecko

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I'm Gonna Sleep


5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
Sample or Buy I Think He Trusts Me Too Much by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
I Think He Trusts Me Too Much


CD: That Thang Thang
Label: Ecko

Sample or Buy
That Thang Thang


5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
Sample or Buy We Don't Get Along Until We Gettin' It On    by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
We Don't Get Along Until We Gettin' It On


CD: That Thang Thang
Label: Ecko

Sample or Buy
That Thang Thang


5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
Sample or Buy You're Just Playin' With It by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
You're Just Playin' With It


CD: Southern Soul Country Boy
Label: Ecko

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Southern Soul Country Boy


5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
Sample or Buy You're Just Playin' With It (Remix w/ Ann Hines) by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
You're Just Playin' With It (Remix w/ Ann Hines)


CD: Back Up Lover
Label: Ecko

Sample or Buy
Back Up Lover


4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 
Sample or Buy  Stage In The Sky (Tribute to Tyrone Davis)     by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Stage In The Sky (Tribute to Tyrone Davis)


CD: I Can't Stop Drinkin'
Label: Ecko

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I Can't Stop Drinkin'


4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 
Sample or Buy All My Money's Gone (w/ Luther Lackey)    by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
All My Money's Gone (w/ Luther Lackey)


CD: Goin' Back Home
Label: Ecko

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Goin' Back Home


4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 
Sample or Buy Back Door Tipper by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Back Door Tipper


CD: It's Over
Label: Ecko

Sample or Buy
It's Over


4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 
Sample or Buy Both In The Wrong by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Both In The Wrong


CD: Shake What You Got
Label: Ecko

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Shake What You Got


4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 
Sample or Buy Did You Put Your Foot In It  (w/ Mr. Sam)   by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Did You Put Your Foot In It (w/ Mr. Sam)


CD: It's My Time
Label: Ecko

Sample or Buy
It's My Time


4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 
Sample or Buy I Can't Choose (Between The Two) by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
I Can't Choose (Between The Two)


CD: Back Up Lover
Label: Ecko

Sample or Buy
Back Up Lover


4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 
Sample or Buy I'm Goin' Back Home by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
I'm Goin' Back Home


CD: Goin' Back Home
Label: Ecko

Sample or Buy
Goin' Back Home


4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 
Sample or Buy I'm In Love by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
I'm In Love


CD: Back Up Lover
Label: Ecko

Sample or Buy
Back Up Lover


4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 4 Stars 
Sample or Buy I'm Rowdy Rowdy by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
I'm Rowdy Rowdy


CD: Starting All Over
Label: Ecko

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Starting All Over


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Sample or Buy It's My Time by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
It's My Time


CD: It's My Time
Label: Ecko

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Sample or Buy It's Over by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
It's Over


CD: It's Over
Label: Ecko

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It's Over


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Sample or Buy Just Because He's Good To You by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Just Because He's Good To You


CD: Southern Soul Country Boy
Label: Ecko

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Southern Soul Country Boy


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Sample or Buy O.B. Shuffle by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
O.B. Shuffle


CD: Pop Yo Bottle
Label: Ecko

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Pop Yo Bottle


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Sample or Buy Southern Soul Country Boy by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Southern Soul Country Boy


CD: Southern Soul Country Boy
Label: Ecko

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Southern Soul Country Boy


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Sample or Buy Hard Working Lady by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Hard Working Lady


CD: Goin' Back Home
Label: Ecko

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Goin' Back Home


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Sample or Buy Knock Three Times by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Knock Three Times


CD: I'm Gonna Sleep
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I'm Gonna Sleep


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Sample or Buy Mississippi Folks by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Mississippi Folks


CD: Mississippi Folks
Label: Ecko

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Mississippi Folks


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Sample or Buy Moon Over Clarksdale by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Moon Over Clarksdale


CD: Let Me Knock The Dust Off
Label: Ecko

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Let Me Knock The Dust Off


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Sample or Buy One Way Love (w/ Ms. Jody) by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
One Way Love (w/ Ms. Jody)


CD: It's My Time
Label: Ecko

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It's My Time


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Sample or Buy Put Your Mouth In The South by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
Put Your Mouth In The South


CD: Let Me Knock The Dust Off
Label: Ecko

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Let Me Knock The Dust Off


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Sample or Buy That Thang Thang by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
That Thang Thang


CD: That Thang Thang
Label: Ecko

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That Thang Thang


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Sample or Buy That's My Bad by O. B.  Buchana (21st Century)
That's My Bad


CD: Shake What You Got
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Shake What You Got


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