Think! is the third studio album by James Brown and The Famous Flames, featuring the hit singles "Baby You're Right" and their cover of "Bewildered", along with the group's hit cover of the title track, "Think" originally recorded by The "5" Royales. It also includes the national hits "I'll Go Crazy", "This Old Heart" and "Baby, You're Right", the regional hit "Good Good Lovin'", and Brown's B-side hit duet with Bea Ford, "You've Got the Power".
Hot is the 45th studio album by American musician James Brown. The album was released on January 1, 1976, by Polydor Records. All tracks composed by James Brown; except where indicated. James Brown - lead vocals, arrangements. Dave Matthews - arrangements. Bob Both - recording supervisor, engineer. David Stone, Major Little - engineer. Michael Doret - artwork.
Hot (James Brown album). Hot is the 45th studio album by American musician James Brown Track listing.
James Brown - I Got You (I Feel Good) James Brown. It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World James Brown & Luciano Pavarotti. This Is The Man's World Luciano Pavarotti & James Brown. People Get Up And Drive Your Funky Soul (Ost Человек Паук 3) James Brown. I Feel Good (Ost Астерикс И Обеликс) James Brown. September Song James Brown (Джеймс Браун). It's A Man's Man's Man's World Джеймс Браун James Brown. Woman Джеймс Браун(James Brown). James Brown - I Feel Good James Brown.
The best showman and one of the most influential singers of the 20th century, who transformed R&B into funk with his tight, driving style.
Got You (I Feel Good) 1966 James Brown Plays James Brown Today and Yesterday 1966 Mighty Instrumentals 1966 James Brown Plays New Breed (The Boo-Ga-Loo) 1966 It's a Man's Man's Man's World 1966 James Brown Sings Christmas Songs 1966 Handful of Soul. James Brown – The Universal Masters Collection 2002 The Godfather – The Very Best of James Brown 2003 Classic James Brown Vol. 2 – The Universal Masters Collection 2003 20th Century Masters: The Christmas Collection 2003 50th Anniversary Collection 2006 The Singles, Volume One: The Federal Years: 1956- The Singles, Volume Two: 1960- The Singles, Volume Three: 1964-.
James Brown and the Famous Flames at the Apollo, New York, in 1964. Photograph: Michael Ochs Archives/Corbis. One of the accusations levelled at him by those who presumably never looked beyond Living in America and Sex Machine is that Brown was little more than a bullying band leader who bellowed childish gibberish over simplistic grooves played by other, more talented musicians. But the truth is that he could play more instruments than most. The only notable cash spike during this downward slide happened because of The Payback album. Never one to ignore a new trend, Brown got on board with the blaxploitation boom and recorded the original film soundtracks to both Black Caesar and Slaughter’s Big Rip Off in 1973.