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  • Audio CD (29 Jun. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Commercial Marketing
  • ASIN: B0026IZRAW
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 62,295 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Product Description

(2009/HIP-O) 39 tracks

Medium 1

  1. Get Up I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine Pt 1+2
  2. Get Up I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine Part 1
  3. Get Up I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine Part 2
  4. Super Bad Part 1 & 2 Promo Version
  5. Super Bad (Part 1 & Part 2)
  6. Super Bad (Part 3)
  7. Fight Against Drug Abuse Public Service Anno
  8. Hey America Vocal
  9. Hey America Sing Along
  10. Santa Claus Is Definitely Here To Stay Vocal
  11. Santa Claus Is Defentely Here To Stay Sing Al
  12. Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved Pt. 1
  13. Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved Pt. 2
  14. Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved Reverb Vers
  15. Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved 2 Reverb Ve
  16. I Cried
  17. Soul Power Pt. 1
  18. Soul Power Pt. 2 & 3

Medium 2
  1. Soul Power Pt. 1
  2. Soul Power Pt. 2 & 3
  3. Spinning Wheel Pt. 1
  4. Spinning Wheel Pt. 2
  5. Escape-Ism Part 1
  6. Escape-Ism Part 2 & 3
  7. Escape-Ism Part 1 Second Mix
  8. Escape-Ism Part 2 & 3 Second Mix
  9. Hot Pants Pt. 1
  10. Hot Pants Pt. 2 & 3
  11. My Brother Pt.1 - The J.B.'s
  12. My Brother Pt. 2 - The J.B.'s
  13. Make It Funky ( Part 1)
  14. Make It Funky (Part 2)
  15. My Part/Make It Funky (Part 3)
  16. My Part/Make It Funky (Part 4)
  17. I'm A Greedy Man-Part 1
  18. I'm A Greedy Man-Part 2
  19. Just Won't Do Right (Lyn Collins)
  20. Talking Loud And Saying Nothing - Part 1
  21. Talking Loud And Saying Nothing - Part 2

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`All killers, no fillers' That was how record people versed in the fledgling art of hype used to bill product they had faith in or fortune invested in, regardless of the truth of the matter. But in this case the hype and the truth amount to the same thing, because by this point in his career Brown and his cohorts were just HAPPENING....all the time.

Why did it take so long for someone to realise that presenting Brown's singles in chronological order was the best way of putting his music out there? The fact that it did tells us more than we need to know about the `music industry' (a term about as relevant as the pig iron industry) but no matter. It takes no more than an earful of "Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved pt.1" to realise that this particular phase in Brown's career wasn't so much about celebrating the funk as it was about putting down a marker for the future -and by that I mean right now- albeit with the unfortunate outcome that the superannuated likes of Mark Ronson can still make a living off the back of it. But still they can't file off the very edginess of this sound, and its taut, minimal interplay.

Against that "I Cried" reminds us that tempo wasn't everything with Brown as it's a slow thing with the singer at his most pleading. It's still too much for the supper club, mainly because despite his occasional excesses Brown was a far more nuanced singer than he was given credit for.

"Hot Pants" nails the lascivious groove, unsurprisingly, and in such a way that it defines `the street' in a Harlem-in-July kind of way. Indeed there are probably those who'd want to argue that this sound, and by that I mean this groove as opposed to the other grooves that JB and his band fashioned, is music with sociological significance.
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James brown at his funkiest best , highly recommended
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his hottest era covered in 2 cds including Bootsy and the gang - essential listening...
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9cc062ac) out of 5 stars 7 reviews
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HASH(0x9cbe8750) out of 5 stars A great series continues 5 Jun. 2009
By P. Silverman - Published on Amazon.com
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Get yours now! 5,000 pressed! With original mixes, alternate mixes, previously unreleased on CD sides, and more importantly, some of the greatest singles ever conceived!
The collector/fan can look over the songlist and see the value for bux. And also some tracks like the "sing along" (aka "instrumental") flip of "Hey America", which to me is a lost Top 20 song - it appears that JB's vocal was an add-on and a generation of sound was lost - the music is surely comparable to things like "The Horse", or any hit instrumental you can name. A late '71 entry led by Lynn Collins is (yet another) remake of "Just Won't Do Right" (aka "I Stay In The Chapel Every Night" by JB); a very melodious duet: JB is more "controlled", shall we say, and the result is outstanding. (Lynn should have gotten Top 20 attention with said song and the B-side, the Grammy-worthy "Wheels Of Life").
As usual, the packaging, notes, overall production is magnificent. Weinger and Leeds have once again given us something for the Soul Pantheon.
["1970 to 1972" indicates the complete 1970 and 1971 JB singles].
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HASH(0x9cbc99fc) out of 5 stars Run With the Funk 13 Jan. 2014
By Martin Brynildsen - Published on Amazon.com
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As a JB fan since the fifties, I see his career in stages of transition: from hard R&B vocalist to bandmaster and showman, and on to the funk. The "transition" here is from controlled showman, with social conscience to "hang on and funk." There's no complaint about the content here. It's brilliant; however, James' move from the independent (but faltering ) King label to the Polidor complex is subtly poisonous. In the years ahead, we could only look forward to the pressure of big money against any serious hint of creativity. The great Band would never quite stick together, as JB was grooved as a big moneymaker for the label in a "market" they had never been concerned with. I'm really jumping ahead here, but at least the big boys came through with a big deal, part of which was this series, but only after Brown was used up, and in a heartbreaking, terrible personal decline.
Anyway...this is a great package. Hold on while you can. By 1975, disco will destroy the music scene, and James Brown will be lost, and all but forgotten (for awhile).
HASH(0x9cbccaa4) out of 5 stars Hardest working man in show biz 17 Dec. 2013
By Lake Chabot - Published on Amazon.com
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I love the singles series for James Brown lovers! This is the funkiest James Brown singles set with his strongest lineup, Love me some Bootsy! I don't consider myself an audiophile by any means (I don't even know if I spelt the word correctly). All I know is this is as funky as James Brown brought it and he brought it on this set
HASH(0x9cbc945c) out of 5 stars james brown fan 18 Dec. 2013
By Kurt Mstoecklhuber - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoy his 5th and 6th volume singles set. this one is a great one to get if you like his music.
HASH(0x9cbdfe88) out of 5 stars Five Stars 2 Jun. 2015
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