James Brown - Out of Sight: Greatest Hits mp3 downloadPerformer: James Brown
Title: Out of Sight: Greatest Hits
Released: February 19, 2002
Size MP3 version: 1720 mb
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James Brown - Out of Sight: Greatest Hits mp3 download
The Roots Of Funk (1964-1974).
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20 All-Time Greatest Hits! is a compilation album by James Brown containing 20 of his most famous recordings. Released by Polydor in 1991 as a single-disc alternative to the Star Time box set, it features songs from the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. 16 of the songs from the album had previously topped the US R&B charts. The album itself peaked at number 99 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart after its release
James Brown is on his way to some pop crossover, and he’s ‘Out Of Sight. By this time, Mr. Brown had been having R&B chart success for eight years. It also features on the 1964 album of the same name. You can hear the band and me start to move in a whole other direction rhythmically, Brown said of ‘Out Of Sight’ in his 2002 autobiography The Godfather Of Soul. The horns, the guitars, the vocals, everything was starting to be used to establish all kinds of rhythms at once. His UK chart debut didn’t happen until ‘Brand New Bag,’ either, but Brown’s larger-than-life persona had certainly attracted attention across the Atlantic, and not just from his early advocates, the Rolling Stones.
Produced by James Brown. You got your high-heeled sneakers on Slip-in mules You got your high-heeled sneakers on And your slip-in mules You're more than alright You know you're out of sight You got a shapely figure mama That's keepin' me uptight You got a shapely figure mama And keep me uptight You're too much You know you're.
James Brown - 20 All-Time Greatest Hits! Label: Polydor.
While Brown's 30-track, 40-track, and even 50-track collections are excellent choices as well, this fine hits package is the best one for Brown neophytes looking for a way in. Covering his prime stretch from the late '50s through the early '70s, 20 All-Time Greatest Hits! includes early R&B milestones ("Please, Please, Please"), epochal '60s sides ("Papa's Got a Brand New Bag, Pt. 1"), and latter-day funk classics ("Papa Don't Take No Mess, Pt. 1").
James Brown & The Famous Flames. The Fats Domino Jukebox : 20 Greatest Hits The Way You Originally Heard Them (World). Dino: The Essential Dean Martin.
20 All-Time Greatest Hits! "Please retry". This album is a great collection of all of James Brown's absolute mega-hits. Of course he has written so many great songs that this is simply a skimming of the absolute best songs. I had no real James Brown albums before I bought this one, but I had heard enough of his stuff to know I wanted at least one CD and this is it, this is the best CD there is with respect to his work, and may well be one of the best Soul CDs of all time. I love it because the songs just want to make you jump out of your seat and start boogieing.
|1||Papa's Got a Brand New Bag, Pts. 1-2 James Brown||James Brown||4:18|
|2||Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine James Brown / Bobby Byrd||James Brown||5:17|
|3||I Got You (I Feel Good) James Brown||James Brown||2:47|
|4||Out of Sight Ted Wright||James Brown||2:23|
|5||Say It Loud (I'm Black and I'm Proud) James Brown / Alfred Ellis||James Brown||4:51|
|6||Try Me James Brown||James Brown||2:32|
|7||I Got the Feelin' James Brown||James Brown||2:37|
|8||Hot Pants Fred Wesley||James Brown||3:06|
|9||Please Please Please James Brown / Johnny Terry||James Brown||2:45|
|10||It's a Man's Man's Man's World James Brown / Betty Jean Newsome||James Brown||2:47|
|11||Night Train Jimmy Forrest / Oscar Washington||James Brown||3:31|
|12||Give It Up or Turnit a Loose Charles Bobbit / James Brown||James Brown||4:31|
|13||Think Lowman Pauling||James Brown||2:50|
|14||The Payback James Brown / John Starks / Fred Wesley||James Brown||7:38|
|15||Soul Power, Pts. 1-2 James Brown||James Brown||4:25|
|16||Body Heat, Pt. 1 Deanna Brown / Yamma Brown / Derek Jenkins||James Brown||4:31|
|17||Funky Drummer, Pts. 1-2 James Brown||James Brown||7:03|
|18||Get Up Offa That Thing Deanna Brown / Deidra Brown / James Brown / Yamma Brown||James Brown||6:19|
CreditsRalph Bass - Producer
Charles Bobbit - Composer
Deanna Brown - Composer
Deidra Brown - Composer
James Brown - Composer, Primary Artist
James Razor Brown - Producer
Yamma Brown - Composer
Bobby Byrd - Composer
Daryl Easlea - Liner Notes
Alfred Ellis - Composer
Jimmy Forrest - Composer
Derek Jenkins - Composer
Betty Jean Newsome - Composer
Lowman Pauling - Composer
John Starks - Composer
Johnny Terry - Composer
Oscar Washington - Composer
Fred Wesley - Composer
Ted Wright - Composer