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James Brown

(1933—2006)

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Live At The Apollo, 1962 (James Brown album)

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Many albums are hyped as legendary; few deserve the accolade. Live At The Apollo, 1962 is one of those rare albums that live up to the hype. Released despite label ...

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Live At The Apollo (James Brown album)

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Recorded five years after Brown’s Live At The Apollo 1962 album, this disc finds the Godfather of Soul returning to that venerable New York theatre, and a comparison between the ...

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Please, Please, Please (James Brown album)

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James Brown was well on his way to becoming the ‘hardest working man in showbusiness’ long before he became the Godfather of Soul. For him, the 1959 release of Please ...

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Star Time (James Brown album)

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There are few box sets that can match the soul power of James Brown’s Star Time. Backed by such brilliant musicians as Melvin and Maceo Parker, Bootsy Collins and Bobby ...

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40th Anniversary Collection (James Brown album)

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The nature of Brown’s long-form, slowly unfolding magic (at his peak he was a true minimalist in the strict sense) demands the proper allotment of time, so the 40 tracks ...

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