From the 1973 LP “The Payback”. Video Rating: 5 / 5
25 comments - What do you think? Posted by Jennifer Trolley - 0 at 0
Categories: Procera Videos Tags: Brown, James, Mind, Power
brilliant stuff from a musical genius
@tardit post it maynn
LONG LIVE THE KING. . ARTIST TODAY SHOULD AT LEAST TRY TO LEARN. INSTEAD OF TRYING TO FEED US THAT SHIT THEY CALL MUSIC TODAY…KJ.
JB NEVER DIE
I miss vinyl.There was just a certain feel and times were actually better in the 70s
It is what it is
@milligan1978 but it´s better hiphop than today
aahhh, gimme some flute…….gimme some flute
My Favourite ever tune . My brother bought this album in 1973. it now sits at the frony of my collection, 2010 !
THE FUNKY GRANDFATHER OF HIP HOP! lmao!
I love that! Well said.. it’s true.. TY
I agree with you there ShermerIllinois…just a masterpiece JB song! Inspiring too…’pass on that right-on information’.
Boss Tune!!! Gotta love the crackle and pop of vintage records… Waaaay Too FUNKY!
Where he calls for the flute just floors me.
Oh my God this is wonderful. I just danced for 10 minutes in my living room. Now I know where the “They Don’t Want Music” riff from Black Eyed Peas came from. Powerful combo.
This has got to be my favorite JB song of all time… just a masterpiece. I’ve listened to this video about a million times now and it never gets old… they don’t make music like this anymore… period.
TAKE ME TO THAT BRIDGE!
we still step and skate to this in chicago
Christmas must be replaced by James Brown day
Most important is the words… Listen!
one of the greatest songs ever written….AMAZING!!!!!!
i think he is !
Word…I already noticed that this was sampled by De La Soul. James Brown should be credited as a pioneer of Rap.
The Godfather of Soul
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