This Week’s Top Classic R&B/Pop Albums

20. The Spirit’s In It Patti Labelle (1981)

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Produced By Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff, James “Budd” Ellison, Cynthia Biggs Dexter Wansel & Cecil Womack

19. Get It Outcha System – Millie Jackson (1978)

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Produced By Brad Shapiro

18. Love Fantasy – Roy Ayers (1980)

2nd Week / Last Week #16

Produced By Roy Ayers

17. Live At Royal Albert Hall 1998 – Massive Attack (1998)

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Produced By Unknown

16. Car Wash – Various Artists (1976)

2nd Week / Last Week #15

Produced By Norman Whitfield

15. Newport In New York ‘72 – The Soul Sessions, Vol 6 (1972)

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Produced By Don Schlitten

14. Chic – Chic (1977)

2nd Week / Last Week #13

Produced By Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards

13. Victory – The Jacksons (1984)

2nd Week / Last Week #19

Produced By Michael Jackson, Jackie Jackson

12. The Time Has Come – The Chamber Brothers (1967)

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Produced By David Rubinson

11.  Love Jones – Johnny Guitar Watson (1980)

2nd Week / Last Week #14

Produced By Johnny Guitar Watson

10. Naked To The World – Teena Marie(1988)

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Produced By Teena Marie

9. From A Scream To A Whisper – Esther Phillips (1972)

2nd Week / Last Week #12

Produced By Creed Taylor

8. Cold Blooded – Rick James (1983)

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Produced By Rick James

7. Live In Europe – Otis Redding (1967)

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Produced By Jim Stewart

6. What’s Going On – Marvin Gaye (1971)

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Produced By Marvin Gaye

5. TP – Teddy Pendergrass (1980)

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Produced By Ashford & Simpson, Dexter Wansel, Cecil Womack, John R. Faith, Jerry Cohen, Gene McFadden, John Whitehead

4. Living All Alone – Phyllis Hyman (1986)

2nd Week / Last Week #6

Produced By Thom Bell, Kenny Gamble, Reggie Griffin, Leon Huff, Nick Martinelli & Dexter Wansel

3. Rhythm Nation – Janet Jackson 1814 (1989)

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Produced By Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Janet Jackson, Jellybean Johnson & John McClain

2. Young Gifted And Black – Aretha Franklin (1972)

2nd Week / Last Week #1

Produced By Tom Dowd Arif Mardin & Jerry Wexler

  1. Songs In The Key Of Life – Stevie Wonder (1976)

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Produced By Stevie Wonder

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