Although he’s far from children name, Brooks O’Dell’s impassioned vocals on some singles recorded between 1963 and 1972 for various North R&B and soul brands have made him type of a cult shape among deep fans and collectors of these genres. O’Dell virtually defines the conditions unsung and obscure, and small has been released concerning the information on his existence, but he’ll permanently be kept in mind for his effective 1964 strike, “You Better View Your Stage,” released on Luther Dixon’s New York-based Yellow metal Information imprint. The music itself was compiled by Dixon, Tommy Bell, and Kenny Gamble, and presented Reggie Obrecht going up several veteran N.Con.C. program players, but it’s O’Dell’s impassioned performing that holds everything collectively. Kent U.K. released an anthology of O’Dell’s documented function, I’m Your Guy, in 2008, and it includes the master songs for everything he released and a couple of unreleased material.