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JAMES BROWN / SUPER BAD LIVE - Brown toured relentlessly. He performed five or six nights a week throughout the 1950s and '60s, a schedule that earned him the title "The Hardest-Working Man in Show Business." Brown was a flashy showman, incredible dancer, and soulful singer, and his concerts were hypnotizing displays of exuberance and passion that left audiences in raptures. His saxophonist, Pee Wee Ellis, once said, "When you heard James Brown was coming to town, you stopped what you were doing and started saving your money."
JAMES BROWN / SUPER BAD LIVE - Brown toured relentlessly. He performed five or six nights a week throughout the 1950s and '60s, a schedule that earned him the title "The Hardest-Working Man in Show Business." Brown was a flashy showman, incredible dancer, and soulful singer, and his concerts were hypnotizing displays of exuberance and passion that left audiences in raptures. His saxophonist, Pee Wee Ellis, once said, "When you heard James Brown was coming to town, you stopped what you were doing and started saving your money."
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Super Bad Live
Artist: James Brown
Format: CD
New: Available $19.98
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DISC: 1

1. Give it up or turnit a loose it's too funky in here
2. The payback/too funky in here
3. Gonna have a funky good time
4. Try me
5. Get on the good foot
6. Get up offa that thing
7. Georgia on my mind
8. Hot pants
9. I got the feelin'
10. It's a man's man's man's world
11. Superbad
12. Cold sweat
13. Get up (i feel like being a) sex machine
14. Body heat
15. I can't stand it
16. Papa's got a brand new bag
17. I got you (i feel good)
18. Please, please, please
19. Jam

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JAMES BROWN / SUPER BAD LIVE - Brown toured relentlessly. He performed five or six nights a week throughout the 1950s and '60s, a schedule that earned him the title "The Hardest-Working Man in Show Business." Brown was a flashy showman, incredible dancer, and soulful singer, and his concerts were hypnotizing displays of exuberance and passion that left audiences in raptures. His saxophonist, Pee Wee Ellis, once said, "When you heard James Brown was coming to town, you stopped what you were doing and started saving your money."
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