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James Brown – Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud (1969)

James Brown – Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud (1969)

For all you Obama fans out there! Yap he is that (although if you’re following his campaign and the GOP’s, you might not realise this!)

Tracklisting

1. Say It Loud (I’m Black and I’m Proud), Pts. 1 & 2
2. I Guess I’ll Have to Cry, Cry, Cry
3. Goodbye My Love, Pts. 1 & 2
4. Shades of Brown – James Brown, Hobgood, Bud
5. Licking Stick-Licking Stick
6. I Love You
7. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye – James Brown, Loudermilk, John D.
8. Let Them Talk – James Brown, Thompson, Sonny
9. Maybe I’ll Understand
10. I’ll Lose My Mind

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October 20, 2008 Posted by | James Brown, Music_Pop, Music_Soul, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

James Brown at Studio 54

James Brown at Studio 54
James Brown at Studio 54
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Genre: Soul / Blues

Tracklisting

01 – Gonna Have A Funky Good Time
02 – Get Up Off A That Thing
03 – Body Heat
04 – Sex Machine
05 – Try Me
06 – Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag
07 – Get On The Good Foot
08 – Medley- It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World, Lost Someone, It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World
09 – I Got The Feelin’
10 – Cold Sweat
11 – Please, Please, Please
12 – Jam
13 – Medley- The Payback, It’s Too Funky In Here


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June 10, 2008 Posted by | James Brown, Music_Soul, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

James Brown – In The Jungle Groove

James Brown – In The Jungle Groove
SOUL | WAVPACK | CUE | 300DPI | 478 MB
Polydor 1986/Universal 2003

This reissue of In the Jungle Groove is a further obfuscation of the original masters, though a welcome one.

The album is not so much an album but a 1986 collection of James Brown singles and apocrypha from recordings of the period 1969-1971; it sounds as defining and current today as it did when it was first issued on LP.

While the tracks here featured some new sidemen, a good portion of what’s here is played by the original J.B.’s.

For starters, there’s “It’s a New Day,” a two-part single issued as King 45-6292 and then placed on the album It’s a New Day — So Let a Man Come In. Next is the classic “Funky Drummer,” appearing on album for the first time although it was a Top 20 single in 1969.

Also included here are remixed versions of tracks that appeared on the original In the Jungle Groove, such as “Give It Up or Turnit a Loose,” and from the Sex Machine LP, as well as “Talkin’ Loud & Sayin’ Nothing.” In addition, this expanded version contains mono mixes of “Get Up, Get into It and Get Involved” and “Soul Power,” which was re-edited for inclusion here. In addition, the single “Hot Pants” is here and an extended reading of “Blind Man Can See It” is included as a bonus cut.

While this funky, greasy mess is enough, there’s also the inclusion of the previously unreleased “I Got to Move” and a ghost of bonus beats and added sounds. This does nothing but make something awesome truly stratospheric.

Here the focus is on rhythm and hypnosis, that state where the hips and backbone move imperceptibly at first before coming out of their collective shell and making nasty on the dancefloor.

At the height of the great hip-hop madness, 1986 was a perfect time to reintroduce these tracks from a decade and a half earlier, and now, with the unimaginative aspect of hip-hop controlling the charts, the reintroduction of real beat-conscious songcraft couldn’t be more welcome.

~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide

Tracklisting

01. It’s a New Day
02. Funky Drummer
03. Give It Up or Turnit a Loose (Remix)
04. I Got to Move
05. Funky Drummer (Bonus Beat Reprise)
06. Talkin’ Loud and Sayin’ Nothing (Remix)
07. Get Up, Get into It, Get Involved (Mono)
08. Soul Power (Re-edit) (Mono)
09. Hot Pants (She Got to Use What She Got to Get What She Wants)
10. Blind Man Can See It (Extended)

Here’s Jimmy

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
Part 4 | Part 5

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Thanks to the original poster

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May 27, 2008 Posted by | James Brown, Music_Soul, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

James Brown – In The Jungle Groove

James Brown – In The Jungle Groove
SOUL | WAVPACK | CUE | 300DPI | 478 MB
Polydor 1986/Universal 2003

This reissue of In the Jungle Groove is a further obfuscation of the original masters, though a welcome one.

The album is not so much an album but a 1986 collection of James Brown singles and apocrypha from recordings of the period 1969-1971; it sounds as defining and current today as it did when it was first issued on LP.

While the tracks here featured some new sidemen, a good portion of what’s here is played by the original J.B.’s.

For starters, there’s “It’s a New Day,” a two-part single issued as King 45-6292 and then placed on the album It’s a New Day — So Let a Man Come In. Next is the classic “Funky Drummer,” appearing on album for the first time although it was a Top 20 single in 1969.

Also included here are remixed versions of tracks that appeared on the original In the Jungle Groove, such as “Give It Up or Turnit a Loose,” and from the Sex Machine LP, as well as “Talkin’ Loud & Sayin’ Nothing.” In addition, this expanded version contains mono mixes of “Get Up, Get into It and Get Involved” and “Soul Power,” which was re-edited for inclusion here. In addition, the single “Hot Pants” is here and an extended reading of “Blind Man Can See It” is included as a bonus cut.

While this funky, greasy mess is enough, there’s also the inclusion of the previously unreleased “I Got to Move” and a ghost of bonus beats and added sounds. This does nothing but make something awesome truly stratospheric.

Here the focus is on rhythm and hypnosis, that state where the hips and backbone move imperceptibly at first before coming out of their collective shell and making nasty on the dancefloor.

At the height of the great hip-hop madness, 1986 was a perfect time to reintroduce these tracks from a decade and a half earlier, and now, with the unimaginative aspect of hip-hop controlling the charts, the reintroduction of real beat-conscious songcraft couldn’t be more welcome.

~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide

Tracklisting

01. It’s a New Day
02. Funky Drummer
03. Give It Up or Turnit a Loose (Remix)
04. I Got to Move
05. Funky Drummer (Bonus Beat Reprise)
06. Talkin’ Loud and Sayin’ Nothing (Remix)
07. Get Up, Get into It, Get Involved (Mono)
08. Soul Power (Re-edit) (Mono)
09. Hot Pants (She Got to Use What She Got to Get What She Wants)
10. Blind Man Can See It (Extended)

Here’s Jimmy

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
Part 4 | Part 5

pw=lisalisa

Thanks to the original poster

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May 27, 2008 Posted by | James Brown, Music_Soul, _MUSIC | Leave a comment