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Buddah Records (now known as Buddha Records) was founded in 1967 by promotor Neil Bogart in New York City. It released a variety of music types, including dance music from Fonda Rae and experimental rock by Captain Beefheart.

Buddah Records and associated labels artists

The following artists released at least one recording for Buddah Records, or for one of Buddah's subsidiaries/distributed labels as noted in parentheses:

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