Live At The Apollo is a live album by James Brown and The Famous Flames, singing it’s A Man’s World medley at the Apollo in 1968 with Lost Someone and Continue Reading →
Live at the Apollo is a live with James Brown and the Famous Flames, recorded in 1962 at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, and released Live at the Apollo album in 1963.
Here’s soul brotha number one James Brown‘s hit “Papa Don’t Take No Mess” recorded live on Soul Train in 1974. The song is from “The Payback,” album originally recorded for Continue Reading →
For the ten years leading up to 1972, the James Brown Revue was an outright superfunk freight train, speeding around the world and crushing all competition.
The Apollo Theater Education Program pays homage to Apollo Legend, James Brown, with a free special screening and discussion of Alex Gibney’s highly acclaimed documentary, Mr. Dynamite: the Rise of Continue Reading →
Legendary James Brown “the hardest working man in show business” performing live at the legendary Apollo Theatre, Harlem, New York on the 4th of May, 1985.
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