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Best of Live At the Apollo: 50th Anniversary

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Download links and information about Best of Live At the Apollo: 50th Anniversary by James Brown. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 40:47 minutes.

Artist: James Brown
Release date: 2013
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk
Tracks: 12
Duration: 40:47
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Introduction By Lucas "Fats" Gonder (Live At the Apollo Theater/1962) (featuring The Famous Flames) 2:04
2. I'll Go Crazy (Live At the Apollo Theater/1962) (featuring The Famous Flames) 1:48
3. Try Me (Live At the Apollo Theater/1962) 2:13
4. Night Train (Live At the Apollo Theater/1962) (featuring The Famous Flames) 3:06
5. There Was a Time (Live At the Apollo Theater/1967) (featuring The Famous Flames) 5:27
6. Cold Sweat (Live At the Apollo Theater/1967) (featuring The Famous Flames) 4:29
7. Please, Please, Please (Live At the Apollo/1967) (featuring The Famous Flames) 2:42
8. Sex Machine (Live At the Apollo Theater/1971) 5:05
9. Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved (Live At the Apollo Theater/1971) 3:21
10. Soul Power (Live At the Apollo Theater/1971) 4:55
11. Hot Pants Road (Live At the Apollo Theater/1972) 2:36
12. There It Is (Live At the Apollo Theater/1972) 3:01

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James Brown became synonymous with Harlem's Apollo Theater not only because he graced its stage hundreds of times but also because three of his most famous and critically revered albums were recorded there: 1963's Live at the Apollo (one of the greatest live albums of all time), 1968's Live at the Apollo, Vol. 2, and 1971's Revolution of the Mind: Recorded Live at the Apollo, Vol. 3. This 50th-anniversary release serves as a sampler for those various sets, including tracks from each. There are also two bonus tracks: "Hot Pants Road" and "There It Is," which were recorded with The J.B.'s in September 1972 for a fourth Apollo live set that was never released. It's still best for fans to seek out the original live albums (and in many cases their deluxe or expanded counterparts), but if one needs a succinct summary of the greatest live performer of the 20th century in his most familiar surroundings, no one could argue with the brilliance on display right here.