|A||–Bobby Byrd & James Brown||You've Got To Change Your Mind
Written By – Bobby Byrd, G.C. Redd*, James Brown, Ron Lenhoff
|B||–Bobby Byrd||I'll Lose My Mind
Written By – Bobby Byrd, Bud Hobgood, James Brown
|45-6151||Bobby Byrd & James Brown||Bobby Byrd & James Brown - You've Got To Change Your Mind / I'll Lose My Mind (7")||King Records||45-6151||US||1968|
|45-6151||Bobby Byrd & James Brown||Bobby Byrd & James Brown - You've Got To Change Your Mind / I'll Lose My Mind (7", Gre)||King Records||45-6151||US||1968|
|45-6342||Bobby Byrd||You've Got To Change Your Mind (7", Promo)||King Records||45-6342||US||Unknown|
|45-6165||Bobby Byrd / Bobby Byrd & James Brown||Bobby Byrd / Bobby Byrd & James Brown - I'll Lose My Mind (7", Single)||King Records||45-6165||US||1968|
|45-6151||Bobby Byrd & James Brown / Bobby Byrd||Bobby Byrd & James Brown / Bobby Byrd - You've Got To Change Your Mind / I'll Lose My Mind (7", Single, Promo)||King Records||45-6151||US||1968|
I Got You (I Feel Good) is a compilation album by American musician James Brown. It consists primarily of songs released on previous studio albums (including an alternate take of the title track), as well as songs released on singles such as "Night Train", "I Can't Help It (I Just Do-Do-Do), and "Suds". The album was released on January 1, 1966. All tracks composed by James Brown; except where indicated. James Brown Album I Got You (I Feel Good) at MT. om.
Edwin Starr - You've Got My Soul On Fire (03:28, 320Kb/s). Bobby Byrd - I Know You Got Soul (Single Version) (03:05, 320Kb/s). Mandrill - Fencewalk (05:32, 320Kb/s). The Bar-Kays - Shake Your Rump To The Funk (Single Version) (03:28, 320Kb/s). s - Gimme Some More (Single Version) (03:08, 320Kb/s). Bobby Byrd - I Need Help (I Can't Do It Alone) (03:03, 320Kb/s). Cameo - Funk Funk (03:35, 320Kb/s). James Brown - Get Up Offa That Thing (Ali Dee Remix) (06:15, 320Kb/s). The Blackbyrds - Do It, Fluid (05:24, 320Kb/s). Gene Chandler - Get Down (03:35, 320Kb/s). Parliament - Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker) (05:48, 320Kb/s). Parliament - Up For The Down Stroke (05:04, 320Kb/s).
Deezer: Ücretsiz müzik yayını. to explain Because you know it all and I guess things will never change But you might need my hand when falling in your whole Your disposition I'll remember when I'm letting go of You and me we're through and rearranged It seems that your not satisfied There's too much on your mind So you leave and I cant. Bobby byrd, james brown, charles bobbitt, erik barrier, william griffin, fred durst, wes borland, john otto, sam rivers, leor dimant.
Fight the power We've got to fight the powers that be. As the rhythm's designed to bounce What counts is that the rhyme's Designed to fill your mind Now that you've realized the pride's arrived We got to pump the stuff to make ya tough From the heart It's a start, a work of art To revolutionize make a change nothing's strange People, people we are. the same No we're not the same Cause we don't know the game What we need is awareness, we can't get careless You say what is this? My beloved let''s get down to business M. .
Bobby Byrd, a longtime collaborator with James Brown and co-founder of the Famous Flames, died this week at his home near Atlanta. One of the chief architects of Brown's trademark sound, Byrd's contributions can be heard on early James Brown soul tracks and on hits that laid the foundations of funk, like "Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine. The punctuating phrase "Get on up," which repeats throughout that song, was sung by Byrd. You listen to those records and those voices together, it was incredible," Keith Jenkins, a member of Brown's Soul Generals, told the Augusta Chronicle
I Got You (I Feel Good). At the start of 1966, James Brown was at his peak as a crossover star, having hit the pop Top Ten twice in a row in the last six months, first with "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag," and then with his biggest-ever pop success, "I Got You (I Feel Good). But Brown was a singles artist almost exclusively; for him, LPs simply constituted a different configuration in which to re-sell his singles. So, his '60s LPs consisted of his current hit plus previously released singles tracks.
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James Brown is not in rare form here, he gives this music all he's got as usual, screaming, screeching and wailing like a madman. The liner notes are interesting and contain ALL THE MUSICIANS NAMES. Yes, all of James Brown's live album have good audience sonic inreraction, and here the crowd is up in the mix, which adds to the excitement, although, in a sense, it also is a reminder that a big aspect of the live experience is in the visuals, and typically, though we can hear the crowd, there are no stills from the actual.