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Probably the best JB starter album for beginners.
on 12 January 2000
After playing this album to a mate of mine in the car the other day, I managed to convert him to the funky sound that is James Brown. Includes his `50's and `60's hits Please, Please, Please and Night Train aswell as his `70's disco anthem Sex Machine. The real treat is the final track - Soul Power "Live". Being strategically placed at the end of the album, it makes the listener beg for more thus resulting in the purchase of many live albums. Bobby Byrd backs the Godfather up as fantastically as he does, stepping into the limelight at just the right times for the right amount of time to make it all work. Great stuff.