Live at the Garden (James Brown album). Live at the Garden is a 1967 live album by James Brown and The Famous Flames. It was recorded on January 14, 1967 in the middle of a ten-day engagement at the Latin Casino in Cherry Hill, New Jersey - Brown's first at an upscale nightclub. Like most of Brown's live albums, overdubbed crowd noise was added to the original recording for its LP release
Live at the Apollo is a live album by James Brown and the Famous Flames, recorded at the Apollo Theater in Harlem and released in 1963. The album is included in Robert Christgau's "Basic Record Library" of 1950s and 1960s recordings, published in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies (1981). In 2003, the album was ranked number 25 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time
Live At The Garden (LP, Album, Unofficial, Ora). James Brown & The Famous Flames. Live At The Garden (CD, Album). Live At The Garden (LP).
Live at the Garden is a 1967 live album by James Brown and The Famous Flames. Like most of Brown's live albums, overdubbed crowd noise was added to the original recording for its LP release.
We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Prior to their first recording, Please, Please, Please, The Famous Flames were billed simply as The Flames, and Brown himself was billed as a member of the group. In later concerts and recordings Brown and the group were billed as James Brown and The Famous Flames, or sometimes as James Brown and His Famous Flames.
James Brown, The Famous Flames. James Brown, The Famous Flames. Pure Dynamite! Live At The Royal. The Best of Soul, Album 4. сборник. The Best of Soul, Album 1.
James Brown and the Famous Flames at the Apollo, New York, in 1964. Photograph: Michael Ochs Archives/Corbis. Brown was involved in the production of a landmark record in 1963, the game-changing Live at the Apollo. 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.
|A1||Out Of Sight|
|A2||Bring It Up|
|A4||Let Yourself Go|
|A5||Hip Bag "1967"|
|A6||Prisoner Of Love|
|B1||It May Be The Last Time|
|B2||I Got You (I Feel Good)|
|B3||Ain't That A Groove-Part 1.|
|B4||Ain't That A Groove-Part. 2|
|B5||Please, Please, Please|
|B6||Bring It Up|
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: FL-1499A, KSD-12-1018-A-1
- Matrix / Runout: FL-1499B, KSD-12-1018-B-3
|1018||James Brown & The Famous Flames||Live At The Garden (LP, Album, Mono)||King Records||1018||US||1967|
|UICY-93286||James Brown & The Famous Flames||Live At The Garden (CD, Album)||Polydor||UICY-93286||Japan||2007|
|1018, none||James Brown & The Famous Flames||Live At The Garden (Cass)||King Records , GRT||1018, none||US||Unknown|
|1018||James Brown||Live At The Garden (LP)||Durium||1018||Italy||1967|
|1018||James Brown||Live At The Garden (LP)||King Records||1018||US||1967|