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8 thoughts on “ Tell Me What Youre Gonna Do - James Brown - Roots Of A Revolution (CD) ”

  1. Vushicage says:
    This CD compilation contains 8 more tracks than the original UK LP version. All tracks are mono except to , to , to , , , This compilation ℗ PolyGram Records, Inc/5(14).
  2. Zuran says:
    This CD compilation contains 8 more tracks than the original UK LP version. All tracks are mono except to , to , to , , , This compilation ℗ PolyGram Records, Inc.
  3. Yozshuramar says:
    That being said it started me being a fan of James Brown. This set led to buy The CD of JB 1 and The CD of JB 2 (both mentioed in the liner notes). After that I didn't get much until the late 90s and much more due to remastered and re-issued compilations like "Motherlode" and "In A Jungle Groove"/5(12).
  4. Goltizragore says:
    Baby, You're Right: I Don't Mind: Come Over Here: And I Do Just What I Want: Just You And Me, Darling: So Long: Tell Me What You're Gonna Do: Hold It: Dancin' Little Thing: You Don't Have To Go: Lost Someone: Shout And Shimmy: I Found You Vocals – Yvonne Fair: I Don't Care /5(6).
  5. Gardarr says:
    A double-CD retrospective of recordings that charts Brown's progress from doo wop and Little Richard-influenced R&B to the verge of his groundbreaking mid-'60s loablogelpiedismu.siocasadebsrefipersbardphypomacher.co doesn't include his biggest hits of the era (which are found on Star Time), but these are by and large equally loablogelpiedismu.siocasadebsrefipersbardphypomacher.co fine overlooked R&B hits and B-sides are included like "Shout and Shimmy," "I've Got Money 9/
  6. Shasida says:
    Written-By – James Brown: C3 – James Brown: Tell Me What You're Gonna Do Written-By – James Brown: C4 – James Brown: Hold It (Instrumental) Written-By – Butler*, Scott* C5 – James Brown & The Famous Flames: Dancin' Little Thing Written-By – Hank Ballard: C6 – James Brown & The Famous Flames: You Don't Have To Go Written-By.
  7. Arashizilkree says:
    Jan 15,  · Don't Let It Happen To Me Bewildered Doodle Bug This Old Heart Studio Dialogue 1 I'll Never Never Let You Go Studio Dialogue 2 You've Got The Power (Alternate Take) Baby You're Right I Don't Mind CD2 Come Over Here And I Do Just What I Want Just You And Me Darling So Long Tell Me What.
  8. Voodoocage says:
    Roots of a Revolution is the first of several James Brown era overviews released by Polydor Records in the mids. Expanding on the double LP compilation of the same name [2] it covers to , but omits some of Brown's big hits from that time period, which can be found on Star Time.

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