Playing along with the Blimp from A to Z is fun, but coming up with games to play within the alphabet poses a different set of "challenges". After finishing up the Letter "B", these might be the best B titles by B artists. Maybe...

(5.) "Born To Be My Baby" by Bon Jovi. Although the previous album "Slippery When Wet" featured the BIGGIES ("You Give Love A Bad Name", "Livin' On A Prayer", etc.), the "New Jersey" follow-up was actually more convincing as a fully thought out LP project. Plus you can never go wrong fist-pumping to "Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah Nah".

(4.) "Back In The U.S.S.R." by The Beatles. This has been played so much over the years, you've forgotten the spine-tingling chills induced when you first dropped the needle on this, the first song on Side One of "The White Album". Took your breath away, didn't it? It still does...

(3.) "Bad Company" by Bad Company. The sheer lunacy of a band playing a song named after themselves is about as rock and roll as it gets. Let's hear it for drummer Simon Kirke who plays as if he's been drinking blood and then takes it out on his kit. A meat and potatoes band, but a darn good one. 

(2.) "Big Love" by Lindesy Buckingham (solo acoustic live version). Simply one of the best guitar work-outs of the last 40 years, as if he had mutant octopuses for hands. He can't possibly be for real here, can he? The answer is yes.

(1.) "Bluebird" by Buffalo Springfield. The electric Neil Young riffs percolate, but it's Stephen Stills' acoustic guitar that steals the show, along with a great vocal and a fade-out that's one of the best ever.

That list works pretty well. Did we leave any out?