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Star Time Track List

James Brown

Star Time Box Set
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Track List

I. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE (2:43) mono
(James Brown/Johnny Terry)
Jadar Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The Flames:
Bobby Byrd - vocals
JohnnyTerry - vocals
Sylvester Keels - vocals
Nash Knox - vocals
Nafloyd Scott - guitar

plus:
Wilbert “Lee Diamond” Smith - tenor saxophone
Ray Felder - tenor saxophone
Lucas “Fats” Gonder - piano
Clarence Mack - bass
Edison Gore - drums

Produced by Ralph Bass


Recorded February 4, 1956, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
Released March 1956, A-side of group's debut single on Federal.

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2. WHY DO YOU DO ME (2:59) mono
(Bobby Byrd/Sylvester Keels)
Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
 
with The Flames:

Bobby Byrd - vocals
JohnnyTerry - vocals
Sylvester Keels - vocals
Nash Knox - vocals
Nafloyd Scott - guitar

plus:
Wilbert “Lee Diamond” Smith - tenor saxophone
Ray Felder - tenor saxophone
Lucas “Fats” Gonder - piano
Clarence Mack - bass
Edison Gore - drums

Produced by Ralph Bass


Recorded February 4, 1956, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
Released March 1956 as B-side of "Please Please Please."

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3. TRY ME (2:30) mono
(James Brown)
Jadar Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
and The Famous Flames:

Johnny Terry - vocals
Bill Hollings - vocals
J.W. Archer - vocals
Louis Madison - vocals

plus:
George Dorsey - alto saxophone
Clifford Scott - tenor saxophone
Ernie Hayes - piano
Kenny Burrell - guitar
Carl Pruitt - bass
David "Panama” Francis - drums

Produced by Andy Gibson


Recorded September 18, 1958, at Beltone Studios, New York, N.Y.
Released October 1958, Federal single.

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4. TELL ME WHAT I DID WRONG (2:20) mono
(James Brown)
Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
and The Famous Flames:

Johnny Terry - vocals
Bill Hollings - vocals
J.W. Archer - vocals
Louis Madison - vocals

plus:
George Dorsey - alto saxophone
Clifford Scott - tenor saxophone
Ernie Hayes - piano
Kenny Burrell - guitar
Carl Pruitt - bass
David "Panama” Francis - drums

Produced by Andy Gibson


Recorded September 18, 1958, at Beltone Studios, New York, N.Y.
Released as B·side of "Try Me:

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5. BEWILDERED (2:21) stereo
(Whitcup/Powell)
Tee Pee Music Co. Inc./Leonard Whitcup Inc. (ASCAP)


James Brown - lead vocal
and the Famous Flames:

Bobby Byrd - vocals
Bill Hollings - vocals
Johnny Terry - vocals
J. W. Archer - vocals

with the James Brown Band:

J.C. Davis - tenor saxophone
Louis Madison – piano, vocals
Bobby Roach - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Nat Kendrick - drums

plus:

George Dorsey - alto saxophone

Produced by Andy Gibson


Recorded January 30, 1959, at Beltone Studios, New York, NY.
First appeared October 1960, on the King album THINK.
Also released February 1961, King single.

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6. GOOD GOOD LOVIN' (2:18) stereo
(James Brown/Albert Shubert)
Fort Knox Music/Trio Music Co. (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
and The Famous Flames:

Bobby Byrd - vocals, piano
Bobby Bennett - vocals
“Baby Lloyd” Stallworth - vocals
Johnny Terry - vocals
Willie Johnson - vocals

with the James Brown Band:

George Dorsey - alto saxophone
J.C. Davis - tenor saxophone
Bobby Roach - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Nat Kendrick - drums


Producer unknown.
Recorded June 27,1959, at Beltone Studios, New York, NY.
Released July 1959, Federal single.
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7. I'LL GO CRAZY (2:05) stereo
(James Brown) Jadar Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
and The Famous Flames:
 
Bobby Byrd - vocals
Bobby Bennett- vocals
"Baby Lloyd" Stallworth - vocals
Johnny Terry - vocals
Willie Johnson - vocals

with the James Brown Band:

J.C. Davis - tenor saxophone
Bobby Roach - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Nat Kendrick - drums
Plus:

Sonny Thompson - piano
James McGary - alto saxophone

Producer unknown


Recorded November 11, 1959, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
Released January 1960, Federal single.

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8. I KNOW IT'S TRUE (2:40) stereo
(James Brown) Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Band:

J.C. Davis - tenor saxophone
Bobby Roach - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Nat Kendrick - drums

Plus:
Sonny Thompson - piano
James McGary - alto saxophone


Released as B-side of “I'll Go Crazy.”

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9. (DO THE) MASHED POTATOES, PT. 1 (1:39) mono
(Rozier)
Sherlyn Publishing (BMI)


"Nat Kendrick & The Swans:"

Carlton “King” Coleman - lead vocal
Alfred Corley - alto saxophone
J.C. Davis - tenor saxophone
James Brown - piano, vocal yelps
Bobby Roach - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Nat Kendrick - drums


Recorded December 1959, at Dukoff Studios, Miami, FL.
Released February 1960, as a single on Dade Records.

Reproduced under license from Henry Stone.

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10. THINK (2:46) mono
(Lowman Pauling)
Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)

 
James Brown - lead vocal
and The Famous Flames:

Bobby Byrd - vocals
Bobby Bennett - vocals
"Baby Lloyd" Stallworth - vocals
Bill Hollings - vocals
Johnny Terry - vocals

with the James Brown Band:
Alfred Corley - alto saxophone
J.C. Davis - tenor saxophone
Bobby Roach - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Nat Kendrick - drums

Producer unknown.


Recorded February 20, 1960, at United Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Released May 1960, Federal single.

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11. BABY, YOU'RE RIGHT (2:58) mono
(James Brown/Joe Tex) Fort Knox Music/Trio Music Co. (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Band:

Roscoe Patrick - trumpet
Alfred Corley - alto saxophone
J.C. Davis - tenor saxophone
Lucas “Fats” Gonder or Bobby Byrd - piano
Les Buie - guitar
Huberl Perry - bass
Nat Kendrick - drums

Produced by Syd Nathan


Recorded September 27, 1960, at United Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Previously unreleased alternate take.

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12. LOST SOMEOME (3:28) stereo
(James Brown/Bobby Byrd/Lloyd Eugene Stallworth)
Jadar Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Band:

Roscoe Patrick - trumpet
J.C. Davis - tenor saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ
Les Buie - guitar
Hubert Perry - bass
Nat Kendrick - drums

Other instruments unknown.

Producer unknown


Recorded February 9, 1961, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
Released November 1961, King single.

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13. NIGHT TRAIN (3:38) mono
(Washington/Simpkins/Forrest)
Rightsong Music Inc. (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal, drums
with the James Brown Band:

Roscoe Patrick - trumpet
J.C. Davis - tenor saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ
Les Buie - guitar
Hubert Perry - bass

Other instruments unknown.

Producer unknown


Recorded February 9, 1961, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
First appeared late 1961, on the album JAMES BROWN PRESENTS HIS BAND.

Also released March 1962, King single.

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14. I'VE GOT MONEY (2:29) mono
(James Brown)
Fort Knox Music/Trio Music Co. (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Band:

Roscoe Patrick - trumpet
Teddy Washington - trumpet
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Clifford “Ace King" MacMillan - tenor saxophone
Al “Brisco" Clark - baritone saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ
Les Buie - guitar
Hubert Perry - bass
Clayton Fillyau - drums

Producer unknown


Recorded May 21, 1962, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
Released November 1962. King single.

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15. I DON'T MIND (LIVE) (2:29) stereo
(James Brown)
Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
and The Famous Flames:

Bobby Byrd - vocals
Bobby Bennett - vocals
"Baby Lloyd" Stallworth - vocals

with the James Brown Band:

Lewis Hamlin - trumpet, musical director
Roscoe Patrick - trumpet
Teddy Washington - trumpet
Dickey Wells - trombone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Clifford “Ace King” MacMillam - tenor saxophone
Al “Brisco” Clark - baritone saxophone
Lucas “Fats” Gonder- organ
Les Buie - guitar
Hubert Perry - bass
Clayton Fillyau - drums

Produced by James Brown.


Recorded in concert October 24, 1962, at the Apollo Theater, New York, NY.

Released May 1963, on the King album THE JAMES BROWN SHOW LIVE AT THE APOLLO.

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16. PRISONER OF LOVE (2:24) stereo
(Robin/Columbo/Gaskin)
Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc./Colejems EMI Music Inc. (ASCAP)


James Brown - lead vocal
with studio band:

Heywood Henry - baritone sax
Ernie Hayes - piano
Billy Butler - guitar
Wallace Richardson - guitar
Lloyd Trottman - bass
David “Panama” Francis - drums, tympani
Mac Cephas - violin, concert master
Gene Clark - violin
Al Brown - viola
Kermit Moore - cello

Eight other string players unknown.

plus:

Maeretha Stewart - vocals, leader of five unknown vocalists

Produced by James Brown and Hal Neely.
Arranged and conducted by Sammy Lowe.

 
Recorded December 17, 1962, at Bell Sound Studios, New York, NY.
Released April 1963, King single.

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17. DEVIL'S DEN (4:48) mono
(Ted Wright)
Fort Knox Music/Trio Music Co. (BMI)

"The Poets":
 
James Brown - vocals, organ
Bobby Byrd - vocals
Lewis Hamlin - trumpet
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Clifford “Ace King” MacMillan - tenor saxophone
Al "Brisco~ Clark - baritone saxophone
Les Buie - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Nat Kendrick - drums

Produced by James Brown

 
Recorded March 1963, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OB.
Released April 1963, as a two part single on Try Me Records.
It was the third and final release for the label.

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18. OUT OF THE BLUE (2:15) stereo
(Ted Wright/Johnny Terry)
Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with studio band:

Dud Bascomb - trumpet
Ernie Royal - trumpet
Johnny Grimes - trumpet
Richard Harris - trombone
George Dorsey - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Sam “The Man” Taylor or Jerome Richardson - tenor saxophone
Heywood Henry - baritone saxophone
Ernie Hayes - keyboards
Billy Butler - guitar
Wallace Richardson - guitar
Al Lucas - bass
David "Panama” Francis - drums
Maeretha Stewart - vocals, leader of unknown chorus

Produced by James Brown for Fair Deal Productions.
Arranged and conducted by Sammy Lowe.


Recorded March 24, 1964, at Bell Sound Studios, New York, NY.
Previously unreleased alternate take.

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19. OUT OF SlGHT (2:19) mono
(Ted Wright)
Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Band:

McKinley "Mack” Johnson - trumpet
Ron Tooley - trumpet
Robert Knight - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Wilmer Milton - trombone
Nat Jones -  alto saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Al "Brisco" Clark - tenor saxophone
Maceo Parker - baritone saxophone
Lucas "Fats” Gonder or Bobby Byrd - organ
Les Buie - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Melvin Parker - drums

Produced by James Brown for Fair Deal Productions


Recorded May 1964, at unknown studio.

Released July 1964, Smash single.

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20. GRITS (3:58) stereo
(Nat Jones/Ted Wright)
Fort Knox Music / Trio Music Co. (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal, organ
with the James Brown Band:

McKinley "Mack” Johnson - trumpet
Ron Tooley - trumpet
Robert Knight - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Wilmer Milton - trombone
Nat Jones -  alto saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Al "Brisco" Clark - tenor saxophone
Maceo Parker - baritone saxophone
Lucas "Fats” Gonder or Bobby Byrd - organ
Les Buie - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Melvin Parker - drums

Produced by James Brown for Fair Deal Productions


Recorded May 1964, at unknown studio.
Released late 1964, on the Smash album GRITS AND SOUL.

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21. MAYBE THE LAST TIME (3:02) stereo
(Ted Wright)
Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown -lead vocal, piano
and The Famous Flames:

Bobby Byrd - vocals
Bobby Bennett - vocals

"Baby Lloyd" Stallworth - vocals with the James Brown Band:
Mack Johnson - trumpet
Ron Tooley - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Robert Knight - trumpet
Les Buie - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Melvin Parker - drums

Produced by James Brown for Fair Deal Productions


Recorded June 6,1964, at Universal Studios, Chicago, IL.
Released July 1964 as B-side of "Out of Sight."

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22. IT'S A MAN'S WORLD (3:22) stereo
(James Brown/Betty Newsome)
Dynatone Publishing/Clamike Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Band:

Lucas "Fats" Gonder or Bobby Byrd - piano
Les Buie - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Melvin Parker - drums

Produced by James Brown for Fair Deal Productions


Recorded June 6,1964, at Universal Studios, Chicago, IL.

Previously unreleased stereo mix. Mono version released Spring 1985, on the Polydor compilation CD Of JB I.

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23. I GOT YOU (2:27) stereo
(Ted Wright)
Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Band:

Nat Jones - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor and baritone saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ
Bernard Odurn - bass
Melvin Parker - drums

Produced by James Brown for Fair Deal Productions


Recorded September 9, 1964 at Bell Studios, New York, NY.

Intended to be released Fall 1964, as a Smash single and on Smash album OUT OF SIGHT; withdrawn due to court order.

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24. PAPA'S GOT A BRAND NEW BAG. PTS. 1, 2 & 3 (6:56) mono
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Band:

Joe Dupars - trumpet
Ron Tooley - trumpet
Le,i Rasbury - trumpet
Wilmer Milton - trombone
Nat Jones - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor and baritone saxophones
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
Al “Brisco" Clark - tenor saxophone
Nat Jones - organ
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Sam Thomas or Bernard Odum - bass
Melvin Parker - drums

Produced by James Brown


Recorded February 1965, at Arthur Smith Studios, Charlotte, NC.
Previously unreleased complete take. This version was later sped up and edited to create the two-part King single master.

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25. PAPA'S GOT A BRAND NEW BAG. PT. 1
(2:06) mono
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Band:

Joe Dupars - trumpet
Ron Tooley - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trumpet
Wilmer Milton - trombone
Nat Jones - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor and baritone saxophones
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
Al “Brisco" Clark - tenor saxophone
Nat Jones - organ
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Sam Thomas or Bernard Odum - bass
Melvin Parker - drums

Produced by James Brown


Released July 1965, King single A-side.
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26. I GOT YOU (I FEEL GOOD) (2:45) mono
(James Brown)
Trio Music Co./ Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Ron Tooley - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trumpet
Unknown - trombone

Nat Jones - alto saxophone, organ
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
Al “Brisco” Clark - tenor saxophone
Maceo Parker- tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso "Country" Kellum - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Melvin Parker - drums

A James Brown Production


Recorded May 6, 1965, at Criteria Studios, Miami, FL.
Released November 1965, King single.

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27. AIN'T THAT A GROOVE (3:31) stereo
(James Brown/Nat Jones)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The Jewels:

Martha Harvin· vocals Sandra Bears· vocals
Margie Clark· vocals plus studio band:

Dud Bascomb - trumpet
Nat Jones - alto and tenor saxophone 
Heywood Henr - baritone saxophone
Ernie Hayes - piano
Billy Butler - guitar
Jimmy Tyrell - bass
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie - drums

A James Brown Production

Arranged and conducted by Sammy Lowe.


Recorded December 13 (track) and 22 (rhythm guitar overdub), 1965, at Bell Sound Studios, New York, NY.

Previously unreleased unedited version.
Edited and released February 1966, as a two-part King single.

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28. IT'S A MAN'S MAN'S MAN'S WORLD
(2:46) mono
(James Brown/Betty Newsome)
Dynatone Publishing/Clamike Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with studio band:

Dud Bascomb - trumpet
Waymond Reed - trumpet
Lamarr Wright - trumpet
Heywood Henry - baritone saxophone
Ernie Hayes - piano
Billy Butler - guitar
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie - drums

Other players, including trombone, bass and strings, unknown.

A James Brown Production

Arranged and conducted by Sammy Lowe.


Recorded February 16, 1966 at Talent Masters Studios, New York, NY.
Released April 1966, King single.

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29. MONEY WON'T CHANGE YOU (6:01) mono
(James Brown/Nat Jones)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trombone
Nat Jones - alto saxophone
Alfred “Pee Wee" Ellis - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Charles Carr - baritone saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso "Country" Kellum - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
John "Jabo" Starks - drums

A James Brown Production


Recorded June 9, 1966, at Talent Masters Studios, New York, NY.
Previously unreleased complete version.
Edited and released July 1966, as a two-part King single.

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30. DON'T BE A DROPOUT (4:31) stereo
(James Brown/Nat Jones)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Ron Harper - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trombone
Nat Jones - alto saxophone
Alfred “Pee Wee" Ellis - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso "Country” Kellum - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
John "Jabo" Starks - drums
Bobby Byrd - vocals
Vicki Anderson - vocals
The Jewels - vocals


A James Brown Production

Recorded August 16, 1966, at Arthur Smith Studios, Charlotte, NC.
Previously unreleased unedited version.
Edited and released October 1966, as a King single.

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31. BRING IT UP (HIPSTER'S AVENUE)
 (3:48) stereo
(James Brown/Nat Jones)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trombone
Nat Jones . alto saxophone
Alfred “Pee Wee" Ellis - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney- baritone saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ
Alphonso "Country" Kellum - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
John “Jabo" Starks - drums
Ronald Selico - percussion

The Jewels - vocals

A James Brown Production


Recorded October 4, 1966, at RCA Studios, New York, N.Y.

Previously unreleased unedited version.
Edited and released January 1967, as a King single.

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32. LET YOURSELF GO (3:53) stereo
(James Brown·Bud Hobgood)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trombone
Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso "Country" Kellum - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
John “Jabo" Starks - drums
Ronald Selico - percussion

A James Brown Production


Recorded January 15, 1967, at the empty Latin Casino nightclub, Cherry Hill, NJ.
 
Previously unreleased unedited version.
Edited and released April 1967, as a King single.


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33. COLD SWEAT (7:30) stereo
(James Brown/Alfred Ellis)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trombone
Alfred “Pee Wee" Ellis - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso "Country" Kellum - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Clyde Stubblefield - drums

Produced by James Brown


Recorded May 1967, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
Complete version, released summer 1967 on the King album COLD SWEAT.
Edited and released July 1967, as a two-part King single.

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34. GET IT TOGETHER (8:57) mono
(James Brown/Bud Hobgood/Alfred Ellis)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trombone
Alfred “Pee Wee" Ellis - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
 Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso “Country" Kellum - guitar
Bernard Odurn - bass
John “Jabo" Starks - drums

Produced by James Brown


Recorded September 5, 1967, Master Sound Studios, Atlanta. GA. Released October 1967, as a two-part King single.
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35.1 CAN'T STAND MYSELF (WHEN YOU TOUCH ME) - PT. 1 (3:29) stereo
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
and The Dapps:

Tim Hedding - organ
“Fat Eddie" Setser - guitar
Tim Drummond - bass
William "Beau Dollar" Bowman - drums

Produced by James Brown


Recorded October 30, 1967, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.

Released December 1967 at a slower speed. King single.
It is presented here in its original recorded tempo.

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36. I GOT THE FEELlN’ (2:39) stereo
(James Brown)
Fort Knox Music/Trio Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Joe Dupars - trumpet
Levi Rasbury - trombone
Alfred “Pee Wee" Ellis - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso “Country” Kellum - guitar
Bernard Odum - bass
Clyde Stubblefield - drums

Produced by James Brown


Recorded January 1968, at Vox Studios, Los Angeles, CA.
Released April 1968, King single.

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37. LICKING STICK - LICKING STICK
(4:52) stereo
(James Brown-Bobby Byrd-Alfred Ellis)
Fort Knox Music/Toccoa Industries/Trio Music Co. (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal

Bobby Byrd - vocals
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Alfred “Pee Wee" Ellis - alto saxophone, organ
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Tim Drummond - bass
John “Jabo" Starks - drums

Produced by James Brown


Recorded April 16, 1968, King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
Released May 1968 in two parts, as King's first stereo single.

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38. SAY IT LOUD - I'M BLACK AND I’M PROUD - PT. 1 (2:59) stereo
(James Brown-Alfred Ellis)
Trio Music Co./Fort Knox Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Richard “Kush" Griffith - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Alfred “Pee Wee” Ellis - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Charles Sherrell - bass
Clyde Stubblefield - drums
Unknown children's chorus

Produced by James Brown


Recorded August 7, 1968, at Vox Studios, Los Angeles, CA.
Released August 1968, King single.

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39. THERE WAS A TIME (LIVE) (4:59) stereo
(James Brown/Bud Hobgood)
Golo Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Richard “Kush” Griffith - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Levi Rasbury - valve trombone
Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso "Country” Kellum - guitar
Charles Sherrell - bass
Clyde Stubblefield - drums
Nate Jones - drums
Marva Whitney - vocals


Recorded in concert August. 26, 1968, at Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX.

Previously unreleased.

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40. GIVE IT UP OR TURNIT A LOOSE (3:10) stereo
(Charles Bobbit) Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Richard "Kush” Griffith - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso “Country" Kellum - guitar
Charles Sherrell - bass
Nate Jones - drums

Produced by James Brown

Recorded October 29, 1968, Criteria Studios, Miami, FL.
Released January 1969, King single.

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41. I DON'T WANT NOBODY TO GIVE ME NOTHING (OPEN UP THE DOOR I'LL GET IT MYSELF) (5:59) stereo
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown -lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Waymond Reed - trumpet
Richard "Kush" Griffith - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso “Country” Kellum - guitar
Charles Sherrell - bass
Clyde Stubblefield - drums

Produced by James Brown


Recorded February 23. 1969, at LeFevere Studios, Atlanta, GA.
Released March 1969, as a two-part King single.

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42. MOTHER POPCORN (6:18) stereo
(James Brown/Alfred Ellis)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Richard “Kush” Griffith - trumpet
Joe Davis - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Alfred "Pee Wee” Ellis - alto saxophone
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso "Country" Kellum - guitar
Kenny Poole - guitar
Charles Sherrell - bass
Clyde Stubblefield - drums

A James Brown Production


Recorded May 13, 1969, at King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
Released June 1969, as a two-part King single.

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43. FUNKY DRUMMER (7:00) stereo
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal, vocal effects, organ
with the James Brown Orchestra:

Richard “Kush” Griffith - trumpet
Joe Davis - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone, vocal effects
Maceo Parker - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Alphonso "Country” Kellum - guitar
Charles Sherrell - bass
Clyde Stubblefield - drums

A James Brown Production


Recorded November 20, 1969, at King Studios, Cincinnati. OH.
Released March 1970, as a two-part King single (original mix).

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44. GET UP (I FEEL LIKE BEING A) SEX MACHINE (5:15) stereo
(James Brown/Bobby Byrd/Ron Lenhoff)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal, piano
with The JB's:

Clayton "Chicken” Gunnells - trumpet
Darryl “Hasaan” Jamison - trumpet
Robert McCollough - tenor saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ, vocal
Phelps 'Catfish" Collins - guitar
William "Boots” Collins - bass
John "Jabo” Starks - drums

A James Brown Production


Recorded April 25, 1970, at Starday-King Studios. Nashville. TN.
Released July 1970, as a two-part King single.

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45. SUPER BAD. PTS. 1 & 2 (4:26) stereo
(James Brown)
Crited Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Clayton "Chicken” Gunnells - trumpet
Darryl "Hasaan” Jamison - trumpet
Robert McCollough - tenor saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ
Phelps “Catfish” Collins - guitar
William "Bootsy" Collins - bass
John “Jabo" Starks - drums
Johnny Griggs - congas

A James Brown Production


Recorded June 30, 1970 at Starday-King Studios, Nashville. TX.
Previously unreleased stereo mix.
Originally released October 1970 in mono, as A-side of King single.

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46. TALKIN' LOUD & SAYIN' NOTHING
(8:59) stereo
(James Brown/Bobby Byrd)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Clayton "Chicken” Gunnells - trumpet
Darryl “Hasaan” Jamison - trumpet
Robert McCollough - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ, vocal
Phelps “Catfish” Collins - guitar
Hearlon “Cheese” Martin - guitar
William "Bootsy” Collins - bass
John "Jabo" Starks - drums
Johnny Griggs - congas

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded October 1, 1970, at Bobby Smith Studios, Macon. GA.
Previously unreleased extended version (original mix).
Portion originally released February 1972, as a two-part Polydor single.

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47. GET UP, GET INTO IT AND GET INVOLVED
(7:03) stereo
(James Brown/Bobby Byrd/Ron Lenhoff)
Crited Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Darryl “Hasaan” Jamison· trumpet
Jerone "Jasaan” Sanford· trumpet
Robert McCollough - tenor saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - baritone saxophone
Phelps “Catfish” Collins - guitar
Hearlon "Cheese" Martin - guitar
William "Bootsy" Collins - bass
Clyde Stubblefield - drums
Johnny Griggs - congas

A James Brown Production


Recorded November 3, 1970, King Studios, Cincinnati, OH.
Previously unreleased stereo mix.
Originally released December 1970 in mono as a two-part King single.

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48. SOUL POWER - PTS. 1 & 2 (4:25) stereo
(James Brown)
Crited Music (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Bobby Byrd - vocal, organ
Darryl “Hasaan" Jamison - trumpet
Clayton “Chicken" Gunnells - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Phelps "Catfish" Collins - guitar
Bobby Roach - guitar
William "Bootsy" Collins - bass
John  “Jabo" Starks - drums
Johnny Griggs - congas

A James Brown Production


Recorded January 26, 1971, at Rodel Sludios, Washington, D.C.
Previously unreleased stereo mix (unedited).

Originally edited and released March 1971 in mono as a three part King single.

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49. BROTHER RAPP/AIN'T IT FUNKY NOW (LIVE) (7:44) stereo
(James Brown)
Golo Publishing (BMI)/(James Brown) Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Darryl “Hasaan" Jamison - trumpet
Clayton “Chicken" Gunnells - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ, emcee
Phelps “Catfish" Collins - guitar
Hearlon "Cheese" Martin - guitar
William “Bootsy" Collins - bass
John "Jabo” Starks - drums


Augmented by unknown Parisian horn players, conducted by Dave Matthews.

Recorded in concert March 8, 1971, at Olympia Theatre, Paris, France. Previously unreleased. Originally recorded for a scheduled, but not issued, triple album on King, LOVE POWER PEACE.

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50. HOT PANTS - PT. I (3:06) mono
(James Brown/Fred Wesley)
Crited Music (BMI)

James Brown - lead vocals
with The JB's:

Fred Wesley - trombone
Jimmy Parker - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ
Hearlon “Cheese" Martin - guitar
Robert Coleman - guitar
Fred Thomas - bass
John "Jabo" Starks - drums
Johnny Griggs - congas

A James Brown Production


Recorded May 13, 1971, at Starday-King Studios, Nashville, TN.
Released July 1971, as a single on People.

It was Brown's last recording for King, which then distributed the label.

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51. I’M A GREEDY MAN - PT. I (3:36) stereo
(James Brown/Charles Bobbit)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Jerone “Jasaan" Sanford - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Jimmy Parker - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ, vocal
Hearlon “Cheese" Martin - guitar
Robert Coleman - guitar
Fred Thomas - bass
John “Jabo” Starks - drums
Johnny Griggs - congas

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded May 13, 1971, at Starday-King Studios, Nashville, TN.
Released November 1971, Polydor single.

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52. MAKE IT FUNKY - PT. I (3:34) mono
(James Brown/Charles Bobbitt)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal, organ
with The JB's:

Jerone "Jasaan" Sanford - trumpet, vocals
Russell Crimes - trumpet, vocals
Fred Wesley - trombone, vocals
Jimmy Parker - alto saxophone, vocals
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone, vocals
Hearlon “Cheese” Martin - guitar, vocals
Robert Coleman - guitar, vocals
Fred Thomas - bass, vocals
John "Jabo" Starks - drums, vocals
Bobby Byrd - vocals
Martha Harvin - vocals

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded July 13, 1971, at Rodel Studios, Washington, D.C.
Released August 1971, Polydor single.

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53. IT’S A NEW DAY (LIVE) (3:48) stereo
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Jerone “Jasaan" Sanford - trumpet
Russell Crimes - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Jimmy Parker - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Bobby Byrd - organ
Hearlon "Cheese” Martin - guitar
Robert Coleman - guitar
Fred Thomas - bass
John "Jabo" Starks - drums

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded in concert July 24, 25 or 26, 1971, at the Apollo Theater, New York, NY.

Released December 1971, on the Polydor LP REVOLUTION OF THE MIND, LIVE AT THE APOLLO. VOL. Ill.

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54.1 GOT ANTS IN MY PANTS. PT. 1 (3:01) stereo
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)

James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Jerone "Jasaan" Sanford - trumpet
Russell Crimes - trumpet
Ike Oakley - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Jimmy Parker - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone Bobby Byrd· organ
Hearlon “Cheese” Martin - guitar Robert Coleman· guitar
Fred Thomas - bass
John “Jabo" Starks - drums

Produced by James Brown


Recorded October 10, 1971, at Capricorn Studios, Macon, GA.
Released November 1972, Polydor single.

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55. KING HEROIN (3:57) stereo
(James Brown/Charles Bobbit/Dave Matthews/Manny Rosen)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - vocal rap
with studio band:

Danny Stiles - trumpet
Marvin Stamm - trumpet
Joe Farrell - tenor saxophone, English horn, flute
Seldon Powell - tenor saxophone, flute
Richard Tee - organ
Sam Brown - guitar
Joe Beck - guitar
Billy Cobham - drums

Additional unknown French horn players

Produced by James Brown

Arranged by James Brown and Dave Matthews.


Recorded January 17 (basic track) and 18 (vocal), 1972, at A&R Studios. New York, NY.

Released February 1972, Polydor single.

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56. THERE IT IS - PT. I (3:20) mono
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal, electric piano
with The JB's:

Russell Crimes - trumpet
Ike Oakley - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Jimmy Parker - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Hearlon “Cheese” Martin - guitar
Robert Coleman - guitar
Fred Thomas - bass
John “Jabo” Starks - drums
Jeanette Washington - intro voice

Produced by James Brown

Arranged by Dave Matthews


Recorded February 7, 1972, at Bobby Smith Studios, Macon, GA.
Released May 1972, Polydor single.

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57. PUBLIC ENEMY #1 - PT. 1 (5:09) stereo
(James Brown/Charles Bobbit/Henry Stallings)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)

James Brown - vocal rap
with studio band:

Joe Farrell - tenor saxophone
David Spinozza - guitar
Michael Moore - bass
Jimmy Madison - drums

Other players unknown

Produced and arranged by James Brown

Conducted by Dave Matthews.


Recorded February 16 (basic track) and 22 (vocal), 1972, at A&R Studios, New York, NY.

Released June 1972, on the Polydor album THERE IT IS.

Also released as B·side to "I Got A Bag Of My Own" and "My Thang:

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58. GET ON THE GOOD FOOT (4:07) mono
(James Brown/Fred Wesley/Joseph Mims)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal, organ
with The JB’s:

Russell Crimes - trumpet
Ike Oakley - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Jimmy Parker - alto saxophone
St, Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Hearlon “Cheese” Martin - guitar
Bobby Roach - guitar
John “Jabo” Starks - drums

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded May 9, 1972, at Soundcraft Studios, North Augusta, SC. Released July 1972, Polydor single.
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59. I GOT A BAG OF MY OWN (3:44) stereo
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with studio band:

Randy Brecker - trumpet
Jon Faddis - trumpet
Fred Wesley - trombone
Michael Brecker - alto saxophone
Joe Farrell - tenor saxophone
Sam Brown - acoustic guitar
Hugh McCracken - guitar
Gordon Edwards - bass
Jimmy Madison - drums

Produced by James Brown
Arranged by Dave Matthews.


Recorded September 19, 1972, at A&R Studios, New York, NY.
Released November 1972, as a Polydor single.

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60. DOING IT TO DEATH (5:14) mono
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with Fred Wesley & The JB's:

Fred Wesley - trombone
Darryl "Hasaan” Jamison - trumpet
Jerone “Jasaan” Sanford - trumpet
Ike Oakley - trumpet
Maceo Parker - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Eldee Williams - tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Hearlon “Cheese” Martin - guitar
Fred Thomas - bass
John “Jabo” Starks - drums

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded January 29, 1973, at International Studios, Augusta, GA.

Released April 1973 under the name "Fred Wesley & The JB's,” People single.

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61. THE PAYBACK (7:28) stereo
(James Brown/Fred Wesley/John Starks)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with Fred Wesley & The JB’s:

Fred Wesley - trombone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Hearlon "Cheese” Martin - guitar
Fred Thomas - bass
John “Jabo" Starks - drums
John Morgan - tambourine

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded August 4, 1973, at International Studios, August, GA. Unknown brass and female vocals overdubbed September 1973, at Advantage Studios, New York, NY

Released January 1974, on Polydor album THE PAYBACK, and February 1974 as a two-part single.

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62. PAPA DON'T TAKE NO MESS - PT. 1
(4:22) stereo
(James Brown/Fred Wesley/John Starks/Charles Bobbit)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)

James Brown - lead vocal
with Fred Wesley & The JB's:

Fred Wesley - trombone
Ike Oakley - trumpet
Maceo Parker - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Hearlon “Cheese" Martin - guitar
Fred Thomas or Charles Sherrell - bass
John "Jabo" Starks - drums
John Morgan or Johnny Griggs - percussion

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded August 23, 1973, at International Studios, August, GA.
Released August 1974, as a Polydor single and on the album HELL.

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63. STONED TO THE BONE, PT. 1 (3:28) mono
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)

James Brown - lead vocal, organ
with Fred Wesley & The JB's:

Fred Wesley - trombone
Jerone “Jasaan" Sanford - trumpet
Ike Oakley - trumpet
Maceo Parker - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Hearlon “Cheese” Martin - guitar
Fred Thomas - bass
John “Jabo" Starks - drums

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded October 2, 1973, at International Studios, Augusta, GA.
Released November 1973, Polydor single.

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64. MY THANG (4:37) stereo
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with studio band:

Michael Gipson - trombone, alto saxophone
Frank Vicar - tenor saxophone
Joe Farrell - tenor saxophone
Alfred Ellis - baritone saxophone
Joe Beck - guitar
Sam Brown - guitar
Gordon Edwards - bass
Jimmy Madison - drums

Other brass & vocals unknown

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded November 27, 1973, at A&R Studios, New York, NY.
Previously unreleased undubbed mix.
Released April 1974, with percussion overdubs.
Polydor single.

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65. FUNKY PRESIDENT (PEOPLE IT'S BAD)
(4:01) stereo
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with studio band:

David Sanborn - alto saxophone
Joe Farrell - tenor saxophone, flute
Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis - baritone saxophone
Pat Rebillot - keyboards
Joe Beck - guitar
Sam Brown - guitar
Gordon Edwards - bass
Jimmy Madison - drums
Johnny Griggs - percussion

Other players, including brass and woodwinds, unknown.

Produced by James Brown

Arranged by James Brown and Fred Wesley.


Recorded August or September 1974, at Sound Ideas, New York, NY.
Released October 1974, Polydor single.

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66. HOT (I NEED TO BE LOVED, LOVED, LOVED)
(5:03) stereo
(James Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with:

Unidentified accompaniment directed by Dave Matthews.

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded September-October, 1975, at Sound Ideas, New York, NY.
Released December 1975, Polydor single.

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67. GET UP OFF A THAT THING (RELEASE THE PRESSURE) (6:14) stereo
(D. Jenkins/D. Brown/Y. Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Russell Crimes - trumpet
Holly Ferris - trombone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Peyton Johnson - tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Robert Coleman - guitar
Charles Sherrell - clavinet
Melvin Parker - drums

Other players unknown.

Produced and arranged by James Brown


Recorded April 1976, Criteria Studios, Miami, FL.

Newly edited for this compilation.
Originally released May 1976, as a two-part Polydor single.

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68. BODY HEAT, PT. 1 (4:29) stereo
(D. Jenkins/D. Brown/Y. Brown)
Dynatone Publishing (BMI)


James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Russell Crimes - trumpet
Holly Ferris - trombone
Joe Poff - alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - tenor saxophone
Peyton Johnson - tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Charles Sherrell - clavinet
Melvin Parker - drums
Johnny Griggs - percussion
Martha Harvin - vocals

Produced by James Brown


Recorded September 1976, at International Studios, Augusta, GA.
Released December 1976, Polydor single.

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69. IT’S TOO FUNKY IN HERE (5:39) stereo
(George Jackson/Walter Shaw/Brad Shapiro/Robert Miller)
Muscle Shoals Sound Publishing (BMI)

James Brown - lead vocal
with:

Muscle Shoals Horns - trumpet, trombone, tenor saxophone
Barry Beckett - keyboards
Randy McCormick - keyboards
Larry Byrum - lead guitar
Jimmy Johnson - rhythm guitar
David Hood - bass
Roger Hawkins - drums
Brandye (group of three) - vocals

Produced and arranged by Brad Shapiro


Recorded March 5, 1979, at Muscle Shoals Sound, Muscle Shoals, AL.
Vocals recorded March 13, 1979, at The Sound Shop, Nashville, TN.

Released May 1979, on the Polydor album THE ORIGINAL DISCO MAN, and with different mix/edit as a Polydor single.

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70. RAPP PAYBACK (WHERE IZ MOSES) (4:36) stereo
(J. Brown/D. Brown/H. Stallings)

James Brown - lead vocal
with The JB's:

Holly Ferris - trumpet
Jerone “Jasaan" Sanford - trumpet
Joe Poff - flute, alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney - flute, tenor saxophone
Jerry Poindexter - keyboards
Jimmy Nolen - guitar
Ron Laster - guitar
David Weston - bass
Arthur Dickson - drums
Johnny Griggs - percussion

Produced by James Brown


Recorded September 1980, at Master Sound Studios, Atlanta, GA.
Released October 1980, TK single.
Reproduced under license from Rhino Records.

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71. UNITY, PT. 1 (3:40) stereo
(James Brown / Khayan Aasim Bambaataa / Douglas Wimbish / Bernard Alexander / Keith LeBlanc / Robin Haplin)
Third World Publishing / T-Boy Publishing / Tee-Girl Music/ Bambaataa Music (BMI)

James Brown - co-lead vocal
Afrika Bambaataa - co-lead vocal

“Chops” horns

Brian Banks - keyboards
Anthony Marinelli - keyboards
Robin Halpin - keyboards
Skip McDonald - guitar
Doug Wimbush - bass
Keith LeBlanc - drums

Produced by Tom Silverman and Afrika Bambaataa


Recorded June 1984, at Unique Studios, New York, NY.
Vocal overdubs at Tommy Boy Studios

Released July 1984, Tommy Boy single.

Reproduced under license from Tommy Boy Records.
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