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Live at the Apollo (1963 album). Redirected from Live at the Apollo (James Brown album)). Live at the Apollo is a live album by James Brown and the Famous Flames, recorded at the Apollo Theater in Harlem and released in 1963. In 2003, the album was ranked number 25 (24 in 2012) on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. In 2004, it was one of 50 recordings chosen that year by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry
James Brown – Instrumental Bridge 2 Live At The Apollo. :26. James Brown Live At The Apollo (1963) – 07. Medley. James Brown – Lost Someonе. James Brown – I Don t Mind Live At The Apollo, 1963. James Brown – 01-Introduction (1963-Live At The Apollo). James Brown & The Famous Flames – I Don t Mind (Live at the Apollo, 1962). James Brown – I ll Go Crazy Live At The Apollo, 1963. James Brown Live At The Apollo (1963) – 08. Night Train. James Brown Live At The Apollo (1963) – 01. Introduction To James Brown. James Brown & The Famous Flames – Introduction. James Brown - Live at the Apollo, 1963 – 4. Think. James Brown – Live at The Apollo 1963. James Brown – Night Train, Closing Live At The Apollo, 1963.
Live At The Apollo Tracklist. 2. I'll Go Crazy Lyrics. 3. Try Me by James Brown & The Famous Flames Lyrics. Recorded at the famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York City on 24 October, 1962, James Brown and the Famous Flames played to an eager crowd and made one of the greatest live albums of all time. Syd Nathan, the boss at King Records, saw the idea of a live album as a big gamble and vetoed the project, forcing Brown to bankroll the performance himself. Browns adamance paid off and the album sold millions of copies by word of mouth. Radio DJ’s played the album on air in it’s entirety which, still to this day, is highly unusual
Live at the Apollo was issued in 1963 and became an instant hit. Not only did it satisfy Brown's small legion of diehard fans- to the tune of being played in its entirety during the evenings on some R&B; radio stations- for the first time, it brought the undeniably intense celebration of his live show to young audiences throughout the country . James Brown & The Famous Flames.
Live at the Apollo (formerly titled Jack Dee Live at the Apollo) is a British stand-up comedy programme performed from the Hammersmith Apollo Theatre in west London. Jack Dee hosted the first two series and the opening show of the third series, performing a short segment before introducing a guest comedian. Until 2015, all episodes were broadcast on BBC One. The show moved to BBC Two in November 2015.
Perhaps the best James Brown album around and it's live!! My goodness this is the hardest working man in show business and you must not miss his best album. Being live at the Apollo - the audience becomes a big part of this album. It's clear James Brown brought that same attitude with him when he recorded this live masterpiece in 1962. You could hardly find a better example, in any idiom, of a performer ready, willing, and able to give an audience his all. James Brown Live At The Apollo crackles with intensity, raw energy, and truth. Plenty of highlights, start with the introduction, it's probably the greatest of all time. More amazing still, The Godfather lives up to it.
Introduction to James Brown and the Famous Flames (Live). James Brown Live at the Apollo (Live). 02. I'll Go Crazy (Live). 05. I Don't Mind (Live). 06. Lost Someone (Live).
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Vocals – Marva Whitney
|A3||I Want To Be Around||3:13|
|A7||Let Yourself Go||4:01|
|A8||There Was A Time||4:19|
|A9||I Feel Alright||5:33|
|B1||It May Be The Last Time||3:06|
|B2||I Feel Good||0:29|
|B3||Prisoner Of Love||7:31|
|B4||Out Of Sight||0:25|
|B6||Bring It Up||4:40|
|B7||It's A Man's Man's World||7:10|
|B8||Lost Someone (Medley)||10:17|
|B9||Please Please Please||2:41|
- Recorded At – Apollo Theater-New York City
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – PolyGram Records – 422 823-01-4 Y-1
- Baritone Saxophone – St-Clair Pinckney
- Bass – Bernard Odum
- Bongos, Drums – Ronald Selico*
- Drums – Clyde Stubblefield, John Jabo Starks
- Edited By – Gene Redd
- Guitar – Alphonso 'Country' Kellum*, Jimmy 'Chank' Nolen*
- Liner Notes – Roger McElya
- Mastered By [Digital Mastering] – Dennis M. Drake*
- Mixed By – Ron Lenhoff
- Organ, Alto Saxophone – Alfred 'Pee Wee' Ellis*
- Production Manager – Bud Hobgood
- Tenor Saxophone – L.D. 'Eldee' Williams*, Maceo Parker
- Trumpet – Joe Dupars, Waymon Reed
- Valve Trombone – Levi Rasbury
- Vocals, Producer – James Brown
NotesRecorded June 25, 1967.
Double album on one cassette.
1982 reissue of 1968 release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0422-82300140
- Other (EAN-Code (Scanned)): 00422823200140
|1022, KS-12-1022||James Brown And The Famous Flames*||Live At The Apollo - Volume II (2xLP, Album, Gat)||King Records , King Records||1022, KS-12-1022||US||1968|
|MP 9307/8||James Brown||James Brown Live At The Apollo (2xLP, Album, RE)||Polydor||MP 9307/8||Japan||1969|
|2340 002||James Brown||Live At The Apollo, Vol. 2 (LP, Album)||Polydor||2340 002||Netherlands||Unknown|
|POCP-2196||James Brown||Live At The Apollo (CD, Album, RE)||Polydor||POCP-2196||Japan||1992|
|823 002-2, 823 003-2, 539 261-2||James Brown||Live At The Apollo, Part 1 & Part 2 (2xCD, Album, RE)||Polydor, Polydor, Universal Music Group International||823 002-2, 823 003-2, 539 261-2||France||1999|