James Joseph Brown (May 3, 1933 – December 25, 2006) was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and recording artist. He is the originator of funk music and is a major figure of 20th century popular music and dance. Legendary Idols Album.
Showtime is the seventh studio album by American musician James Brown. The album was released in April 1964, by Smash Records. It was the transition album from King Records to Smash Records, however, handicapped by contractual obligations with King Records, Brown released an album of remakes overdubbed with canned applause.
Legendary music photographer Danny Clinch has hung out with Tupac, Radiohead, and got Bruce Springsteen to write the foreword to his book. James Brown shot by Danny Clinch. There’s an old superstition that says when you’re photographed, your soul is stolen. His book Danny Clinch: Still Moving is a collection of album and magazine covers, shots taken from the middle of concert crowds and behind the scenes, and plenty of never before seen material. Here, we talked to him about befriending Radiohead, shooting Tupac, and how to get backstage.
James Brown was not an albums artist. That’s a bad sales pitch. Brown kicks off the album by dropping an anthem for the entire Black Power movement and just over 10 minutes later, he’s singing Mama, come here quick, and bring me that licking stick over Jimmy Nolen’s trademark chicken scratch. But even Brown’s less fleshed-out songs and slow-burning covers like Let Them Talk managed to reach out their tendrils and find important folks to inspire. Real heads are sweating just reading that sentence and they live up to their legendary stature here with extended jams on classics like the title cut and Give It Up or Turnit a Loose.
During this recent survey, several of the most renowned industry experts have determined the top 25 idols in all of K-pop history, including the artists’ most influential hit songs. The survey in question was regarding who South Korea’s top 25 male and female idols are, including all bands from the start of the K-pop scene back in the 1990’s to the current K-pop scene today
Track List - Disc 1
|1||Papa's Got a Brand New Bag||James Brown|
|2||I Got You||James Brown|
|3||I Got the Feelin'||James Brown|
|4||Cold Sweat||James Brown|
|5||Sex Machine||James Brown|
|6||Give It Up or Turnit a Loose||James Brown|
|7||Hot Pants||James Brown|
|8||It's a Man's Man's Man's World||James Brown|
|9||Get On the Good Foot||James Brown|
|10||It's Too Funky In Here||James Brown|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||Try Me||James Brown|
|2||Please, Please, Please||James Brown|
|3||Super Bad||James Brown|
|4||Get Up Offa That Thing||James Brown|
|5||Georgia On My Mind||James Brown|
|6||Body Heat||James Brown|
|7||Gonna Have a Funky Good Time||James Brown|
|8||Get Me On the Good Foot||James Brown|
|9||Prisoner of Love||James Brown|
|10||I Can't Stand Myself When You Touch Me||James Brown|