James Brown's Funky People is a series of compilation albums highlighting the music released on James Brown's People Records subsidiary. The material comprising this disc is split primarily between the . s, Fred Wesley both with and without the . s, and one of funk's original divas, Lyn Collins. Gimme Some More," "Pass the Peas," "Givin' up Food for Funk (Part 1)," and "Hot Pants Road" are the . s' offerings, spectacular studio recordings that highlight some of the band's best material for the label – material which at the time was often passed over in favor of their "proper" James Brown recordings
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Funky Drummer" is a jam session recorded by James Brown and his band in 1969. The recording's drum break, a propulsive beat improvised by Clyde Stubblefield, is one of the most frequently sampled rhythmic breaks in hip hop and popular music. Funky Drummer" was recorded on November 20, 1969 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and originally released by King Records as a two-part 45 rpm single in March 1970.
In April 1964, James Brown released an album for Smash Records called Showtime, but due to contractual issues with King Records, it is mostly covers of R&B and jazz standards, with a cheesy applause track dubbed in for good measure. However, the tune Out of the Blue stands out as notable for its tight, Earl Palmer-esque Twist groove, two-chordvamp song structure, and a cool bass line by Sam Thomas. If anyone knows the correct answer, let me know.
James Brown's Funky People Part 2. Get On Down US. Format: gatefold 2xLP with obi-strip Cat: GET 54084LP Released: 22 Mar 17 Genre: Funk. The James Brown's Funky People series first appeared back in the 1980s, and gathered together tracks by artists associated with the Godfather of Soul, many of which he wrote and produced himself. While some are naturally very well known - Bobby Byrd's "I Know You Got Soul" being the best-loved of the lot - what sets the album apart is the sublime tracks by Marva Whitney, Lyn Collins, Myra Barnes and.
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|A||Let The Funk Flow (Part 1)
Written-By – G. Stewart , G. Jackson*, T.E. Jones III*
|B||Let The Funk Flow (Part 2)
Written-By – G. Stewart , G. Jackson*, T.R. Jones III*
- Produced For – Aaron Bradley Productions, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor Incorporated
- Arranged By, Producer – Brad Shapiro
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- Rights Society: SGAE
|PD 2078||James Brown||Let The Funk Flow (7")||Polydor||PD 2078||US||1980|
|PD 2078||James Brown||Let The Funk Flow (7", Promo)||Polydor||PD 2078||US||1980|