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  1. Brarr Reply

    James Brown's Funky People Part 2 (2xLP) The James Brown Revue As music fans know, James Brown wasnt just the greatest funk and soul singer the world has ever seen – he was also a musical visionary and businessman, who surrounded himself with .

  2. Tojalkree Reply

    Discriminating, O.J. hating, always trying to keep a brother down Thank god the rebels got defeated, and the schoolboard lost to Brown Honky, Bubba, money-grubbing blue-eyed devil so filthy rich Tobacco chewing, micro-brewing, white crackers ain't worth a shit [browns to the whites] First you took Texas, then you take California.

  3. Kajin Reply

    Aug 10,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Givin' Up Food For Funk (Pt. 1) · The J.B.'s James Brown's Funky People ℗ Republic Records, a .

  4. Voodoorisar Reply

    James Brown's Funky People Part 2 / Various James Brown. out of 5 stars Vinyl. I don't know why some reviewers say this one is not as good as Parts 1 & 2. It is just as good if not better in my opinion. (et à ce jour, dernier) volume des compilations James Brown's Funky People, un excellent moyen d'explorer les couloirs /5(30).

  5. Faujinn Reply

    “Funky President (People It’s Bad)” was the lead single from James Brown album leututognabarlilittmortpertietopfirs.coinfo peaked at #44 on the Billboard Hot and #4 on the R&B chart.

  6. Zolokus Reply

    The label’s stellar soul and funk cuts have been compiled twice before on James Brown’s Funky People, which remain essential to any collection. But Get On Down has dug up the compilation’s third.

  7. Minos Reply

    The second volume of material compiled from James Brown's People Records label isn't quite as strong as the first, as it reaches for more obscurities -- but those obscurities can be interesting, especially Brown's collaboration with Hank Ballard on "From the Love Side." Again, Brown wrote (or co-wrote), arranged, and produced much of the material, appearing on vocals several times, and the J.B.

  8. Tautaur Reply

    The best cross-sections of People’s formidable stable are the three volumes of James Brown’s Funky People. The compilations collect a dazzling array of meat-and-potatoes funk—as well as fantastic songs by female singers Marva Whitney and Lyn Collins. Particularly strong is Collins’ single “Think (About It),” a relentlessly.

  9. Garan Reply

    Jun 20,  · Ce premier volet s'ouvre sur le groove très cool de "Gimme some more" puis celui, culte, de "Pass the Peas". Deux morceaux joués de mains de maîtres par les J.B.'s. On retrouve même James Brown au clavier sur "Pass the Peas", James Brown dont /5(46).

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