Boddie Recording Company – possibly the finest boxset in the world?

From 1958 to 1993, Thomas and Louise Boddie’s industrious Boddie Recording Company issued nearly 300 albums and 45s, recorded 10,000 hours of tape, and remained in operation longer than any other studio, pressing plant, or label group in the history of Cleveland.

The boxset contains 58 tracks on three CDs, five LPS and two booklets beautifully packaged by the Numero Group and scheduled for relase on October 25th 2011. Read more here.

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