It May Be The Last Time - James Brown - Live At The Apollo (CD, Album)

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  1. Mikahn says:
    However, Brown persevered, and finally got his wish: a live album taken from a night at the famed Apollo Theater. It was a make or break venture, which might explain the energy of the recording had anyone else made the album. For James Brown though, it was just any other night.
  2. Vugul says:
    In this remarkable book, Douglas Wolk brings to life an October evening in , at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem – an evening at the height of Cold War tensions. In great detail, Wolk pieces together what took place (and what was recorded) that night, and illustrates beautifully the enduring power of one of James Brown's – and popular music's – defining moments: Live at the Apollo.
  3. Gukazahn says:
    Oct 21,  · Released in May , Live at the Apollo ended up spending an astonishing 66 weeks on the Billboard album chart and selling upwards of a million copies, giving James Brown his .
  4. Kaziktilar says:
    MP/8 Live At The Apollo / James Brown James Brown And The Famous Flames MP/8 On OBI: MP /8 75 [circled] ¥ 3, On rear cover: Manufactured by Polydor K.K., Japan KI ★ [It's very hard to read the runout string correctly as the letters and numbers are poorly stamped]/5(5).
  5. Kazir says:
    Mar 30,  · By , Brown intended to showcase his act with a live album, especially after seeing Ray Charles hit with In Person in He'd played Harlem's Apollo .
  6. Tojind says:
    A BEST OF LIVE AT THE APOLLO: 50th ANNIVERSARY CD also contains tracks from an aborted album. James Brown may be gone, but the stunning breadth of his recorded legacy will always live on.. Here's the Track Listing for the original LP, the first CD issue and the later expanded CD issue: ORIGINAL LP: SIDE ONE: 1. Introduction & Theme /5(31).
  7. Vijind says:
    'Live' at the Apollo, Volume II, an Album by James Brown. Released in August on King (catalog no. KS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk, Soul. Featured peformers: James Brown (vocals, producer), Bud Hobgood (production manager), Ron Lenhoff (aka_text mixer role_id aka_text), Gene Redd (aka_text editor role_id aka_text), Roger McElya (liner notes).
  8. Meztimi says:
    37 James Brown – ‘Live At The Apollo’ Why it’s so good: Recorded at his expense and against the label’s wishes, this went on to spend 66 weeks in the charts, thanks to its mix of vintage.
  9. Voodoolrajas says:
    According to Alan Leeds-- tour director of the James Brown show in the late '60s -- by Brown was honored with the distinction of selling one million concert tickets during his various appearances at the famed Apollo Theatre. The first volume of Live at the Apollo [] captured the R&B fury that would single-handedly define the soul music genre8/

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