Produced by Dan Hartman. How Do You Stop Lyrics. Hard bodies Soft emotions So fast, huh, so smart The world's at your feet But what about your heart? Fame and power can't hold you tight In the late hours of the night. How do you stop (How do you stop?) Tell me, before it's too late? You choose and you lose If you hesitate How do you stop (How do you stop?) Before it's too late? You think love will wait So you don't hold on And then it's gone, uh-huh And then it's gone
James Brown recorded "Night Train" with his band in 1961. His performance replaced the original lyrics of the song with a shouted list of cities on his East Coast touring itinerary (and hosts to black radio stations he hoped would play his music) along with many repetitions of the song's name. Brown would repeat this lyrical formula on "Mashed Potatoes . and several other recordings. Originally appearing as a track on the album James Brown Presents His Band and Five Other Great Artists, it received a single release in 1962 and became a hit, charting R&B and Po. .A live version of the tune was the closing number on Brown's 1963 album Live at the Apollo. Brown also performs "Night Train" along with his singing group the Famous Flames (Bobby Byrd, Bobby Bennett, and Lloyd Stallworth) on the 1964 motion picture/concert film The .
I Got You (I Feel Good)" is a song by American singer James Brown. First recorded for the album Out of Sight and then released in an alternate take as a single in 1965, it was his highest charting song and is arguably his best-known recording. I Got You (I Feel Good)" is a twelve-bar blues with a brass-heavy instrumental arrangement similar to Brown's previous hit, "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag". It also features the same emphasis "on the one" (.
But the album had the sound and feel of Brown trying to catch up with contemporary trends, a sad thing since so many hip-hoppers borrowed from Brown's work in the first place.
James Brown lyrics - 213 song lyrics sorted by album, including "I Got You (I Feel Good)", "It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World", "Living In America". Gravity How Do You Stop Turn Me Loose, I'm Dr. Feelgood Living In America Goliath. compilation: "In The Jungle Groove" (1986). It's A New Day Funky Drummer Give It Up Or Turn It Loose I Got To Move Funky Drummer (Bonus Beat Reprise) Talkin' Loud And Sayin' Nothing Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved Soul Power Hot Pants. album: "Universal James" (1993). Can't Get Any Harder Just Do It Mine All Mine Watch Me Georgia-Lina Show Me Your Friends Everybody's Got A Thang How Long Make It Funky 2000 Moments. album: "Funky Christmas" (1995).
How Long Can I Keep It Up. How Long Darling. Hustle ( Dead On It ). Hustle!!!
Every James Brown slab comes coated in a dried layer of flop sweat. To listen to Brown is to hear a man who danced his ass off in Chitlin Circuit juke joints and theaters where air-conditioning was a far-away dream. Brown kicks off the album by dropping an anthem for the entire Black Power movement and just over 10 minutes later, he’s singing Mama, come here quick, and bring me that licking stick over Jimmy Nolen’s trademark chicken scratch. But even Brown’s less fleshed-out songs and slow-burning covers like Let Them Talk managed to reach out their tendrils and find important folks to inspire. But right at the moment when the Soul Brother No. 1 is about to cross over into a failed genre experiment, Brown smartly jumps back and kisses himself.
James Brown in the Netherlands. Michel Linssen/Redferns. ANEEEEMALS! A-NEEEE-MALS! The Parisian press is un peu upset, rising up off its black-jerseyed rump, craning to see Le JB over a nasty, elbowing pack of New York paparazzi. Ze aneemals are jockeying for the first photo op of postprison James Brown. They’re all here – the tabs, the glossies, the news weeklies – throwing blocks that Lawrence Taylor would admire. Mr. Brown, what do you have to say now about living in America? I better not answer that. Brown, how did you survive in prison? The Lord. Didn’t they recall that when John died in jail in 1968, James dedicated a whole album to him (Thinking About Little Willie John and a Few Nice Things)? Now this was JAMES BROWN, father of them all, in trouble.
|A||How Do You Stop (Special Extended Remix)||5:51|
|B||Goliath (Message House Mix)||7:42|
- Manufactured By – CBS Records
- Distributed By – CBS Records
- Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
- Distributed By – CBS Inc.
- Mixed By – Chris Lord-Alge
- Producer – Dan Hartman
- Written-By – C. Midnight*, D. Hartman*
NotesAlso available: James Brown "Gravity" Lp on Scotti Brothers, cassette and Compact Discs
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text, Center Label): 7464-05990-1
- Barcode (Text, Back Cover): 0 7464-05990-1
|INT 127.314||James Brown||How Do You Stop / Goliath (12", Maxi, Gre)||Scotti Bros. Records||INT 127.314||Germany||1986|
|JAMES Q1||James Brown||How Do You Stop (12")||Scotti Bros. Records||JAMES Q1||UK||1986|
|INT 127.314||James Brown||How Do You Stop (Special Extended Remix) (12", Maxi)||Scotti Bros. Records||INT 127.314||Germany||1986|
|SCT 650248 6||James Brown||How Do You Stop (12")||Scotti Bros. Records||SCT 650248 6||Netherlands||1986|
|ZS4 06568||James Brown||How Do You Stop (7", Promo)||Scotti Bros. Records||ZS4 06568||US||1986|