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James Brown - "I Got You"- 'To Ski or Not To Ski?'; That is the Prominent Question This Clip poses, as we Observe the Godfather of Soul Perform his King Records Tempest at the Whitest Place on The Movie Map- From The '65 B Film Blunder "Ski Party"
Civil rights rarely strayed from the thoughts of James Brown. He understood his potential reckoning with the white audience required to gain the fame requested. Once the ‘T.A.M.I Show’ hit theaters in 1964 displaying The Stones having a troubling time following his act, the stars were in his favor.
Posted 07/01/2013 07:33 PM
James Brown and Aretha Franklin- 'Please, Please, Please'- From The 1987 Cinemax Special 'James Brown and Friends'
There are images and voices that are beyond a million words or pictures. Here are two of those vital vocal titans whose appeal and appearance will be with us always.
Posted 01/20/2013 01:14 AM
James Brown- The Little Known Ballad "How Do You Stop"?- From The Cinemax Production "James Brown And Friends"- 1987
Dec. 20, 2012: The children of the late Godfather of Soul gave a brighter Christmas to Augusta’s neediest children Thursday. More than 800 youngsters received toys and bicycles at the annual James Brown Toy Giveaway at James Brown Arena.
Posted 12/23/2012 12:58 AM
James Brown and Wilson Pickett- "Cold Sweat and Midnight Hour"- Performed Live For The 1987 Cinemax Special "James Brown and Friends
Soul is soul. There is no disputing, defying nor diluting it’s passion. Here are two of the Indisputable Champions of Soul Power.
Posted 12/22/2012 06:29 PM
The final installment of the documentary depicting the famed 3 day African music festival held in Zaire in 1974.The concert was designed to coincide with the Muhammad Ali/George Foreman heavyweight title fight of that same year and brought incredible artists together for a thrilling event. 35 Min.
Posted 02/04/2010 03:09 AM
"Soul Power''- Part One- Featuring James Brown, Muhammad Ali, B.B. King, Celia Cruz, Bill Withers, The Crusaders, Miriam Makeba and The Spinners
Muhammad Ali and George Foreman were preparing to do battle in Kinshasa, Zaire in 1974. In conjunction with this event, Don King staged a music festival the likes of which the African world had never seen. It was the Black Woodstock and is documented here for the first time. 58 Minutes..
Posted 01/27/2010 01:04 PM