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In September 1964.

In September 1964, “Smash Records” label released “Out of Sight”, the ninth James Brown studio album. It was recorded in 1964, and was produced by James Brown.

Personnel:

  • James Brown – vocals
  • Bobby Byrd – organ, backing vocals
  • Ernie Hayes – piano, organ
  • Les Buie – guitar
  • Billy Butler – guitar
  • Wallace Richardson – guitar
  • Lucas Fats Gonder – organ
  • Bernard Odum – bass
  • Sam Thomas – bass
  • Al Lucas – bass
  • David “Panama” Francis – drums
  • Melvin Parker – drums
  • Nat Kendrick – drums
  • Nat Jones – alto saxophone
  • George Dorsey – alto saxophone
  • Haywood Henry – baritone saxophone
  • Maceo Parker – baritone saxophone
  • Jerome Richardson – tenor saxophone
  • Sam “The Man” Taylor – tenor saxophone
  • Seldon Powell – tenor saxophone
  • Al Brisco Clark – tenor saxophone
  • Eldde Williams – tenor saxophone
  • St. Clair Pinckney – tenor saxophone
  • Joe Dupars – trumpet
  • McKinley Johnson – trumpet
  • Ron Tooley – trumpet
  • Teddy Washington – trumpet
  • Richard Harris – trombone
  • Wilmer Milton – trombone
  • New York Studio Orchestra
  • New York Studio Chorus
  • Sammy Lowe – conductor, arranger
  • Eugen “Baby Lloyd” Stallworth, Bobby Bennett – backing vocals

Track listing:

  1. Out of Sight – Ted Wright
  2. Come Rain or Come Shine – Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
  3. Good Rockin’ Tonight – Roy Brown
  4. Till Then – Eddie Seiler, Guy Wood, Sol Marcus
  5. Nature Boy – Eden Ahbez
  6. I Wanna be Around – Johnny Mercer, Sadie Vimmerstedt
  7. I Got You – Ted Wright
  8. Maybe the Last Time – Ted Wright
  9. Mona Lisa – Jay Livingston, Ray Evans
  10. I Love You, Porgy – George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward
  11. Only You – Ande Rand, Buck Ram
  12. Somethin’ Else – Ted Wright

In June 1970.

 

In June 1970, ‘King” label released “It’s a New Day – Let a Man Come In”, the 29th James Brown studio album. It was recorded 1969 – 1970, at “King Studios” in Cincinnati, Ohio, “Paramount Studios” in Los Angels, “Galo Studios” in NY, “Criteria Studios” in Miami, “Harmony Studios” in Los Angels, and was produced by James Brown.

Personnel:

  • James Brown – vocal
  • Maceo Parker – alto saxophone
  • Pee Wee Ellis – alto saxophone
  • Fred Wesley – trombone
  • Eldee Williams – trumpet
  • Joe Davis – trumpet
  • Allen De Rienzo – trumpet
  • Conte Candoli – trumpet
  • Paula Hibbs-Rines – trumpet
  • Richard Griffith – trumpet
  • Waymon Reed – trumpet
  • Henry Sigismonti – French horn
  • William Hinshaw – French horn
  • Don Rand – organ
  • Nat Jones – piano, drums
  • James Vaughan – piano
  • St – Clair Pinckney – bass
  • Bob West – bass
  • ‘Sweet’ Charles Sherrell – electric bass
  • Bernard Purdie – drums
  • John Starks – drums
  • Clyde Stubbelfield – drums
  • Melvin Parker – drums
  • Ben Barrett – drums
  • Beau Dollar – drums
  • Wallace Richardson – guitar
  • Alfonzo Kellum – guitar
  • Kenny Poole – guitar
  • Jimmy Nolen – guitar
  • Sammy Lowe – arranger, conductor
  • Nat Jones – conductor
  • David K. Mathews – orchestration
  • Ron Lenhoff – engineer
  • Bud Hobgood – editing
  • Ron Lenhoff – editing
  • Dan Quest Studio – design

Track listing:

All tracks by James Brown, except where noted.

  1. It’s a New Day, Pts. 1 & 2
  2. Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn Pts. 1 & 2
  3. World Pts. 1 & 2
  4. Georgia On My Mind – Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell
  5. It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World
  6. Give It Up or Turn It a Loose – Charles Bobbit
  7. If I Ruled the World – Cyril Ornadel, Leslie Bricusse
  8. The Man in the Glass Pt. 1 – Bub Hobgood
  9. I’m Not Demanding Pt. 1 – James Brown, Bub Hobgood

In March 1967.

In March 1967, “King” label released “James Brown Sings Raw Soul”, the nineteenth James Brown studio album. It was recorded in 1967, and was produced by James Brown.

Personnel:

  • James Brown – vocals
  • Nat Jones – alto saxophone, arranger, conductor
  • Sammy Lowe – arranger, conductor
  • Bobby Bird, Vicki Anderson, Margie Clark, Maretha Stewart– background vocals
  • The Jewels – background vocals
  • Billy Butler, Alfonzo Kellu, Alphonso “Country” Kellum, Lonnie Mack, Jimmy Nolen, Wallace Richardson – guitar
  • Al Lucas, Michael Moore, Bernard Odum, James Tyrell, David Williams – bass
  • Ernie Hayes – organ, piano
  • Dud Bascomb, Martha Harvin, Joe Dupars, Johnny Grimes, Waymon Reed, Ernie Royal – trumpet
  • George Dorsey – alto saxophone
  • Pee Wee Ellis, Sam “The Man” Taylor, Eldee Williams – tenor saxophone
  • Charles Carr, Haywood Henry, Clair Pinckney – baritone saxophone
  • Dicky Harris, Levi Rasbury – trombone
  • Gene Redd – vibraphone
  • Ron Selico – bongos
  • John Starks, Clyde Stubblefield – drums
  • Mitchell Kanner – design
  • Harry Weinger – liner notes

Track listing:

  1. Bring It Up – James Brown
  2. Don’t Be a Dropout – James Brown, Nat Jones
  3. Till Then – Eddie Seiler, Guy Wood, Sol Marcus
  4. Tell Me That You Love Me – James Brown, Bud Hobgood
  5. Yours and Mine – James Brown, Bud Hobgood
  6. Money Won’t Change You, Pt. 1 – James Brown, Nat Jones
  7. Money Won’t Change You, Pt. 2 – James Brown, Nat Jones
  8. Only You – Ande Rand, Buck Ram
  9. Let Yourself Go – James Brown
  10. The Nearness of You – Hoagy Carmichael, Ned Washington
  11. Nobody Knows – James Brown, James Crawford
  12. Stone Fox – James Brown, Bud Hobgood

In November 1966.

In November 1966, “Smash” label released “Handful of Soul”, the eighteenth James Brown studio album. It was recorded in 1966, and was produced by James Brown.

Track listing:

  1. Let’s Go Get Stoned – Jo Armstead, Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson
  2. Hold On, I’m Comin – Isaac Hayes, David Porter
  3. Our Day Will Come – Bob Hilliard, Mort Garson
  4. A Message to Michael – Burt Bacharach, Hal David
  5. The King – James Brown, Nat Jones
  6. 634-5789 – Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper
  7. When a Man Loves a Woman – Andrew Wright, Calvin Lewis
  8. Hot Mix – McKinley Johnson, Ted Wright
  9. Oh! Henry – James Brown, Nat Jones
  10. Get Loose – James Brown, Nat Jones

In August 1966.

In August 1966, “King” label released “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World”, the sixteenth James Brown studio album. It was recorded in 1966, and was produced by Billy Ward, Burt Jones, Henry Glover, James Alston, James Brown, Leonard Witchcup, Nat Jones, Sally Nix and Teddy Powell.

Track listing:

  1. The Scratch – James Alston
  2. It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World – James Brown, Betty Jean Newsome
  3. Bewildered – Teddy Powell, Leonard Whitcup
  4. Is It Yes or Is It No? – Burt Jones, James Brown
  5. Ain’t That a Groove Part 1 – James Brown, Nat Jones
  6. The Bells – Billy Ward
  7. Ain’t That a Groove Part 2 – James Brown, Nat Jones
  8. Come Over Here – James Brown
  9. In the Wee Wee Hours (Of the Nite) – James Brown
  10. I Don’t Mind – James Brown
  11. Just You and Me Darling – James Brown
  12. I Love You Yes I Do – Henry Glover, Sally Nix

On November 20, 1972.

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On November 20, 1972, “Polydor” label released “Get on the Good Foot”, the 39th James Brown studio album. It was recorded 1970 – 1972, and was produced by James Brown.

Personnel:

  1. Get on the Good Foot, Pts. 1& 2 – James Brown, Fred Wesley, Joe Mims
  2. The Whole World Needs Liberation – James Brown, Bobby Byrd
  3. Your Love Was Good for Me – J. Barnes, Whiz Whisenhut
  4. Cold Sweat (remake) – James Brown, Alfred “Pee Wee” Ellis
  5. Recitation by Hank Ballard – James Brown, Hank Ballard
  6. I Got a Bag of My Own – James Brown
  7. Nothing Beats a Failure (But a Try) – James Brown
  8. Lost Someone” (remake) – James Brown, Bobby Byrd, Lloyd Stallworth
  9. Funky Side of Town – James Brown
  10. Please, Please, Please (remake) – James Brown, Johnny Terry
  11. Ain’t It a Groove – James brown, Nat Jones
  12. My Part/Make It Funky, Parts 3 & 4 – James Brown, Charles Bobbit
  13. Dirty Harri – James Brown