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  1. Fauktilar Reply
    Live at the Apollo is the first live album by James Brown and the Famous Flames, recorded at the Apollo Theater in Harlem and released in The album is included in Robert Christgau's "Basic Record Library" of s and s recordings, published in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies (). In it was voted number in Colin Larkin's All Time Top Albums.
  2. Fenrikasa Reply
    Jun 25,  · Legal experts say the decision weakens Ms. Hynie’s claim to Mr. Brown’s estate, which has been subject to a variety of opinions on its value, from $5 million to $ million.
  3. Taukazahn Reply
    Tomi Rae Brown (née Hynie, May 21, ) is an American singer who was wife of James Brown. Brown is the mother of James Joseph Brown, Jr., born June 11, In January , a court ruled that Hynie was legally married to Brown, and that she was now Brown's widow for purposes of determining the distribution of Brown's estate.
  4. Grorisar Reply
    1. Le premier CD, ' Live At The Apollo ', est un des plus célèbres albums "live" de l'histoire de la musique populaire. Il capte James Brown and the Famous Flames le 24 octobre , à l'initiative et avec le financement de James Brown contre l'avis de King Records, sa /5(60).
  5. Yorr Reply
    Bring It On!, an Album by James Brown. Released in September on CFE (catalog no. ES; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk, Soul, Rhythm & Blues. Featured peformers: James Brown (vocals, producer), J.B.'s Internationals (performer), Arthur Dickson (performer), Jimmy Nolen (performer), Sherman Brooks (art direction), Gina Halsey (photography).
  6. Kijas Reply
    BRING IT ON [LP VINYL] James Brown (Artist) Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price But it's a real James Brown album from But as they say life is full of surprises,some happy some not. And this had both,on a somewhat unbalanced scale.3/5(1).
  7. Dik Reply
    James Brown moved to another small southern independent label for his first studio album in three years. The title track was an attempt to return to the funk of an earlier time, but elsewhere Brown contented himself to cover old standards: "Tennessee Waltz," "The Night Time Is the Right Time," and "Your Precious Love" (which he filled with nostalgic reminiscences).6/
  8. Dashura Reply
    James Brown's Merry Christmas Album follows the pattern of his other Christmas records, blending holiday spirit with a lot of funk and a bit of social commentary on songs like "Don't Forget the Poor at Christmas," "Clean for Christmas," and "Christmas Is for Everyone." Brown also spices up standards like "Sleigh Ride" and celebrates the year with "Funky Christmas Millennium.".