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Cold Sweat - Various - Good God! Heavy Funk Covers Of James Brown From All Over The World 1968 - 1974 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Meztishicage
    Here's a great funky drum riff. You can hear it in James Brown's classic Cold Sweat, and in a great number of bands influenced by him such as the Brand New Heavies. The deeply funky moment in this beat is surely that gaping whole on beat 4 of the first bar. Gotta love it.
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  2. Gardataur
    Apr 06,  · Cold Sweat ()J.B. Song Cold Sweat (Pt. 1) Artist James Brown & The Famous Flames; Writers.
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  3. Kajiktilar
    With the exception of The Dave Pike set, you probably haven't heard most the groups or tracks on this album, which features groups from around the world doing their take on the JB thing circa the height of the funk era Covers include: Cold Sweat, Hot Pants I'm Comin', I Get the Feeling, My Thing, There was a Time, Lickin' Stick, Papa Don't Take No Mess, Think, Hot Pants, Hot Pants Road, /5(3).
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  5. Shaktill
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Good God! Heavy Funk Covers Of James Brown From All Over The World - on Discogs/5(25).
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  6. Arashill
    Jun 05,  · vinyl rip from Aint It Funky - James Brown and the James Brown band - Polydor UK This lp is now for sale on ebay uk, item number
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  7. Zugis
    An excellent follow-up package that includes various James Brown hits from both the soul and funk eras, beginning with "Cold Sweat" and continuing into the '70s. It's also not as vital since the issue of the boxed set, but contains several fine songs.
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  8. Dogul
    The horn section included Ellis on alto sax, Eldee Williams, Waymom Reed, Joe Dupars, Levi Rasbury, and Al Clark. Co-written by producer Brown and Ellis, "Cold Sweat" went to number one R&B for three weeks and hit number seven pop in fall The Top Five R&B/Top 35 pop LP Cold Sweat also included "Kansas City.".
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