James Brown - Live In New York album FLAC
Live Dynamite CD1. Авторы текста и музыки. James Brown "Soul Power" live in Kinshasa Zaire, 1974.
James Brown Plays James Brown: Yesterday and Today.
Live in New York is a 1981 live double album by James Brown. It was recorded in 1980 at the Studio 54 nightclub. It includes two studio instrumentals, "Brown's Inferno" and "Bay Ridge Boogy", performed by the Bay Ridge Band. In 1982 a single-LP abbreviation of Live in New York's contents was released under the title Mean on the Scene (Audio Fidelity/Phoenix).
1 1973 Down and Out in New York City 1973 Think 1973 Think (alternate version) 1973 Sexy, Sexy, Sexy 1973 Stoned to the Bone – Pt. 1 1974 The Payback, Pt. 1 1974 My Thang – P. 1963 Live at the Apollo 1964 Pure Dynamite: Live at the Royal 1967 The James Brown Show 1967 Live at the Garden 1968 Live at the Apollo, Volume II 1970 Sex Machine 1971 Revolution of the Mind: Live at the Apollo, Volume III 1980 Hot on the One 1981 Live in New York 1988 Live at Chastain Park 1988 Soul Session Live 1992. Love, Power, Peace: Live at the Olympia, Paris Live at the Apollo Say It Live and Loud: Live in Dallas 2. 8.
Nathan signed Macon, Georgia performer James Brown in 1956 to his King subsidiary, Federal, despite a less than favorable view of the "Please, Please, Please" demo (in short, "That's the worst piece of crap I've heard in my life"). By 1962, Brown intended to showcase his act with a live album, especially after seeing Ray Charles hit with In Person in 1959. He'd played Harlem's Apollo Theater several times, but when Nathan refused to pay for a live recording on the basis that he wouldn't have a single to promote it, Mr. Dynamite had to take matters into his own hands. He even gets his band excited when name checking New York City.
James Brown live in London 1973 - 1C.
James Brown, ‘Live at the Apollo’. Perhaps the greatest live album ever recorded. From the breathless buildup of the spoken intro through terse, sweat-soaked early hits such as "Try Me" and "Think" into 11 minutes of the raw ballad "Lost Someone," climaxing with a frenzied nine-song medley and ending with "Night Train," Live at the Apollo is pure, uncut soul. And it almost didn't happen. Rescued from dead-end gigs in New York by ex-Animal Chas Chandler, Hendrix arrived in London in September 1966, quickly formed the Experience with bassist Noel Redding and drummer Mitch Mitchell and in a matter of weeks was recording the songs that comprised his epochal debut – which stands four and a half decades later as rock's most innovative and expressive guitar.
|A1||–James Brown||Too Funky In Here||7:11|
|A2||–James Brown||Funky Good Time||2:43|
|A3||–James Brown||Get Up Off That Thing||6:14|
|A4||–James Brown||Body Heat||5:21|
|B1||–James Brown||Sex Machine||6:45|
|B2||–James Brown||Try Me||4:30|
|B3||–Bay Ridge Band||Brown's Inferno||3:00|
|B4||–James Brown||Papa's Got A Brand New Bag||2:30|
|B5||–James Brown||Good Foot||4:15|
|C1||–James Brown||This Is A Man's World||14:00|
|C2||–James Brown||Got That Feeling||3:45|
|D1||–James Brown||Cold Sweat||3:13|
|D1||–James Brown||Please, Please, Please||3:00|
|D4||–Bay Ridge Band||Bay Ridge Boogie||2:15|
|D5.b||–James Brown||Too Funky In Here|
NotesRecorded live in Concert at Studio 54
|KO-2-1501||James Brown||Live In New York (2xLP)||Knockout||KO-2-1501||US||1981|
|290 863||James Brown||The Sex Machine Live (CD, Album)||Ariola Express||290 863||Germany||1992|
|CLP-2042-1||James Brown||Live In New York (2xLP)||Goldenlane Records||CLP-2042-1||US||1981|
|CLP-2042-1||James Brown||Live in New York (LP, Album, Ltd, Red)||Goldenlane Records||CLP-2042-1||2014|
|PHX 317||James Brown||Live In New York (LP, Album)||Phoenix 10||PHX 317||Mexico||1982|