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Live At The Apollo Volume II [Deluxe Edition]

by James Brown

Live At The Apollo Volume II [Deluxe Edition] by James Brown

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Live At The Apollo Volume II [Deluxe Edition]

by James Brown

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Label: Universal Motown Records Group
Just listening to the drum track on "Think" is reason enough to canonize this record. It's not the full-on statement of his first record at the Apollo five years prior, but it just shows how innovative and brilliant James Brown and his entourage were. Maybe twenty minutes of "It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World" is a bit much, but Bobby Byrd's "Sweet Soul Music" is on fire.

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Just listening to the drum track on "Think" is reason enough to canonize this record. It's not the full-on statement of his first record at the Apollo five years prior, but it just shows how innovative and brilliant James Brown and his entourage were. Maybe twenty minutes of "It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World" is a bit much, but Bobby Byrd's "Sweet Soul Music" is on fire.

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Disc 1

Disc 2

About This Album

Just listening to the drum track on "Think" is reason enough to canonize this record. It's not the full-on statement of his first record at the Apollo five years prior, but it just shows how innovative and brilliant James Brown and his entourage were. Maybe twenty minutes of "It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World" is a bit much, but Bobby Byrd's "Sweet Soul Music" is on fire.