Vicki Anderson / James Brown - Nobody Cares / Think album download
|A||–Vicki Anderson||Nobody Cares||2:30|
|B||–Vicki Anderson And James Brown||Think||3:22|
- Published By – Armo
- Published By – Dynatone
- Written-By – James Brown (tracks: A), Lowman Pauling (tracks: B)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): D-7336
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): K-45-12315
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Hand Etched): D-45-7336-1
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Hand Etched): K-45-12315-C1 B
- Rights Society: BMI
|45-6091||Vicki Anderson / James Brown||Vicki Anderson / James Brown - Nobody Cares / Think (7", Single, Promo)||King Records||45-6091||US||1967|
|SN-20.039||Vicki Anderson / J. Brown*||Vicki Anderson / J. Brown* - James Brown Presenta A Vickie Anderson (7", Single)||Sonoplay||SN-20.039||Spain||1967|
Think! is the third studio album by James Brown and The Famous Flames, featuring the hit singles "Baby You're Right" and their cover of "Bewildered", along with the group's hit cover of the title track, "Think" originally recorded by The "5" Royales. It also includes the national hits "I'll Go Crazy", "This Old Heart" and "Baby, You're Right", the regional hit "Good Good Lovin'", and Brown's B-side hit duet with Bea Ford, "You've Got the Power".
Género: Rnb. Valore el álbum. James Brown - Let's Make Christmas Mean Something This Year (Pt. 1) (02:52, 320Kb/s). James Brown - Money Won't Change You (Single Version, Pt. 1) (02:45, 320Kb/s). James Brown - Sweet Little Baby Boy (Pt. 1) (02:53, 320Kb/s). James Brown - New Breed (The Boo-Ga-Loo) (Pt. 2) (02:22, 320Kb/s). James Brown - The Christmas Song (Version 2) (02:46, 320Kb/s). James Brown - Nobody Knows (03:23, 320Kb/s). 1) (02:38, 320Kb/s). Vicki Anderson - THINK (03:21, 320Kb/s). James Brown - It Won't Be Me (03:35, 192Kb/s). James Brown - This Old Heart (02:09, 320Kb/s).
Standouts from Anderson's portion are the supremely funky "The Message From the Soul Sisters, Pts. 1-2," which features both outstanding horn arrangements and some elastic bass from Bootsy Collins, and the always appreciated classic "I'm Too Tough for Mr. Big Stuff (Hot Pants).
It is the only gold-certified (500,000 copies sold) album of his career. 1984: Bronx DJ Afrika Bambaataa teams up with Brown to record the anthemic single "Unity". 1986: "Living In America", the theme song from Rocky IV, reaches on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, becoming Brown's biggest pop hit since "I Got You (I Feel Good)" went to in 1965.
No one cares all that much about Anderson Cooper. Not caring about him being gay is just part of that. legion says: Monday, July 2, 2012 at 16:56. Unrelated Doug Have you heard from James? Did he survive the great storm? al-Ameda says
James Brown was not an albums artist. That’s a bad sales pitch. Nobody in the history of American music has ever tried harder to entertain a crowd. Every James Brown slab comes coated in a dried layer of flop sweat. To listen to Brown is to hear a man who danced his ass off in Chitlin Circuit juke joints and theaters where air-conditioning was a far-away dream. Brown kicks off the album by dropping an anthem for the entire Black Power movement and just over 10 minutes later, he’s singing Mama, come here quick, and bring me that licking stick over Jimmy Nolen’s trademark chicken scratch. But even Brown’s less fleshed-out songs and slow-burning covers like Let Them Talk managed to reach out their tendrils and find important folks to inspire.
James Joseph Brown (May 3, 1933 – December 25, 2006) was an American singer and songwriter.
Album · 1960 · 12 Songs. James Brown and His Famous Flames Tour the . Papa's Got a Brand New Bag. 1965. See All. Messing With the Blues.
After James Brown died on Christmas Day in 2006, many obituary writers felt there was something that needed to be mentioned as a priority before they listed his many achievements, that the former Hardest Working Man In Show Business really was a nasty piece of work. I have no desire to buck this trend here. This phenomenal LP spearheaded a change in the perception of black musicians being only singles rather than album artists. Yet it would be another two years before the musician started living up to his initial promise as regards the Billboard chart. From 1965, he kicked off a series of hits, which included It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World, I Got You (I Feel Good) and the mighty Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag.