Get Up Offa That Thing. Mutha's Nature. Take a Look at Those Cakes. The Original Disco Man. Hot on the One. Spectrum Music. Soul Syndrome.
The Third Coming. Live in New York. Audio Fidelity. Mean on the Scene. Bring It On! Love Over-Due. Scotti Brothers. Universal James. Live at the Apollo Living in America. Volcano Records. I'm Back. The Merry Christmas Album. Wax Works. The Next Step. Remembering Roots of Soul, Vol. As usual in the early JB albums, James Brown and his band bring all kinds of styles to table.
As usual, JB drops all kinds of styles on this instrumental album but funk starts to come front and center with several cuts. Its also available as a CD import here: Try Me. James Brown and the Famous Flames second album. Blues, Jazz, Gospel, Rock and many other […]. Out Of The Blue 5. Evil 7. Blues For My Baby 8. For You My Love 9. CD reissue. Showtime is the eighth studio album by soul legend James Brown.
The album was released in April , by Smash Records. It was the transition album from King Records to Smash Records, however, handicapped by contractual obligations with King Records, Brown released an album of remakes overdubbed with canned applause.
Brown's vocal group, The Famous Flames are included in the album's introduction, are featured on the album's cover, and are featured on several of the album's tracks including "Don't Cry Baby", "Out of the Blue" and "Caldonia". The album was arranged by Sammy Lowe. James Brown. Ted Wright. Blues For My Baby. For You My Love. Paul Gayten. Eddie Jones. You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You. James Brown feat: Danny Ray. Caldonia Fleecie Moore.
Evil Ted Wright.May 10, · Revolution Of The Mind: Live At The Apollo, Vol. III 1. Intro (It's A New Day So Let A Man Come In And Do The Popcorn) 2. Bewildered 3. Sex Machine .