Love And Peace Dude, later Laughing As People Die) was an American funk metal band formed in 1989 in Bakersfield, California. From 1989 to 1991, the member line-up was James Shaffer, Reginald Arvizu, David Silveria and Richard Morrill. The group has released one studio album, one extended play, and one compilation album. The band was originally formed by Shaffer, Arvizu, and Morrill. Capra approached the band introducing them to bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Faith No More.
This is a discography chronicling the musical career of James Brown. Brown joined Bobby Byrd's vocal group The Flames in 1953, first as a drummer, and then as leading front man. Later becoming The Famous Flames, they signed with Federal Records in 1956 and recorded their first hit single, "Please, Please, Please", which sold over a million copies. Brown was discovered by Famous Flames founder Bobby Byrd, who recruited him for his vocal group.
Think! is the third studio album by James Brown and The Famous Flames, featuring the hit singles "Baby You're Right" and their cover of "Bewildered", along with the group's hit cover of the title track, "Think" originally recorded by The "5" Royales. It also includes the national hits "I'll Go Crazy", "This Old Heart" and "Baby, You're Right", the regional hit "Good Good Lovin'", and Brown's B-side hit duet with Bea Ford, "You've Got the Power".
Reality is the 39th studio album by American musician James Brown. The album was released in 1974, by Polydor Records. Reality was released in late 1974.
The album . The album marks the first appearance of trip hop vocalist Nicolette as a featured vocal and lead artist FX. Nicolette & FX appears on the single "I'm Raving" with the rest of the album rapped by the Lead Artist FX . a Track listing. James Brown Is Dead" (Denzil Slemming) – 5:38
Gravity is the 56th studio album by American musician James Brown. The album was released on September 15, 1986, by Scotti Bros. It was largely written and produced by Dan Hartman and Charlie Midnight, the authors of the album's previously released hit single "Living in America", which had reached on the Billboard Hot 100 and was prominently featured in the film Rocky IV. It was Brown's first album for the Scotti Brothers record label.
|Stingin' Like A Bee||2:15|
|51039-1||L.A.P.D.||James Brown (12", Maxi, Red)||Triple X Records||51039-1||US||1989|
|51039-1||L.A.P.D.||James Brown (12", Maxi, Ora)||Triple X Records||51039-1||US||1989|
|EM 2433-1||L.A.P.D.||James Brown (12")||Emergo, Triple X Records||EM 2433-1||Netherlands||1990|
|51039-4||L.A.P.D.||James Brown (Cass, Maxi)||Triple X Records||51039-4||USA & Canada||1990|