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    Part 1 of "Soul Power" appeared on the album Soul Classics. However, the complete 12 minutes-plus studio recording didn't feature on disc until the CD compilation Funk Power A Brand New Thang. Trombonist Fred Wesley was a pivotal member of James Brown's bands for many years. He also served as band leader and musical director of.
  • JoJolrajas
    Revolution of the Mind [LP] - VINYL. Artist: James Brown. SKU: Release Date: 07/10/ Not yet reviewed. Collective Soul [] [LP] - VINYL. Artist: Collective Soul. SKU: Release Date: 08/07/ Not yet reviewed. I've Got My Own Album to Do [LP] - VINYL. Artist: Ron Wood. SKU: Release Date: 08/14/
  • Shagami
    was clearly a peak year for James Brown as a live performer, so a comparison with the Love Power Peace CD recorded the same year is unavoidable, and it really is a toss-up as to which release is superior. Revolution Of The Mind has more of a high-octane Funked-up tracklist, whereas Love Power Peace is permeated with ballads/5(47).
  • Keshicage
    "Soul Power" is a song by James Brown. Brown recorded it with the original J.B.'s (plus Fred Wesley) and it was released as a three-part single in Like "Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine" and other hits from this period it features backing vocals by Bobby premcamaldaburtatalwalahobackprin.xyzinfo charted #3 R&B and #29 Pop.. Part 1 of "Soul Power" appeared on the album Soul Classics.
  • Virg
    Soul Power Lyrics: Know we need it, soul power / We got to have it, soul power / Know we want it, soul power / Got to have it, soul power / Give it to me, soul power / We need it, soul power, we need.
  • Tonos
    Double LP featuring live performances! The third live album recorded at the Apollo Theater by James Brown was released in Revolution of the Mind peaked at No. 39 on the pop album chart and No. 7 on the R&B chart.. After a triple album project recorded in France was canceled because Brown had signed with a new label, (Polydor in ), Brown elected to do many of the same songs on a New.
  • Nerr
    I love James Brown, but his bands were generally as good as he was, and they deserve to be heard on equal footing, and they're too low in the mix on this album. Still, the versions of the aforementioned tunes, along with a slinky 'Sex Machine', 'It's a New Day', and 'Soul Power' make this a great addition/addiction to your funk/soul premcamaldaburtatalwalahobackprin.xyzinfos:
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