James Brown R.I.P.
James Brown: Funky Drummer
In The Jungle Groove (Polydor, 1986)
James Brown: You Mother You (see the playlist below)
Sho Is Funky Down Here (King, 1971)
Sho Is Funky Down Here is "one of the wilder James Brown instrumental LPs from the late King period. The James Brown Band is fronted by a heavy fuzzy guitar sound, which gives the LP a sort of rock-break feel, with nice fuzzy electric tones. All tracks are by James and Dave Matthews, and the record is sort of a second album by Matthews' Grodeck Whipperjenny group." Dustygroove
Tribute to James Brown [mp3]
1. James Brown and the Famous Flames 'Please, Please, Please' Please Please Please - Polydor
2. James Brown and the Famous Flames 'Think' Think - Polydor
3. James Brown 'Cold Sweat' Cold Sweat - King
4. James Brown 'Say It Loud (I'm Black and I'm Proud)' Say It Loud (I'm Black and I'm Proud)
5. The Apollo Commanders 'James Brown Medley ("I Made A Mistake/Lowdown Popcorn")' [Edit]' 7"
6. Vicki Anderson 'The Message from the Soul Sisters (Parts 1 & 2)' James Brown's Original Funky Divas - Polygram
7. James Brown 'You Mother You' Sho Is Funky Down Here - King
8. James Brown 'I Got To Move' In The Jungle Groove - Polydor
9. The J.B.'s 'My Brother (Parts 1 & 2)' Funky Good Time: The Anthology - Polydor
10. James Brown 'King Heroin' There It Is - Polydor
11. Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s 'Dirty Harry' Hustle With Speed - People
12. Fred Wesley & the JB's 'Blow Your Head' Damn Right I Am Somebody - People
13. James Brown 'Lost Someone' Prisoner of Love - King
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