James Brown and the Famous Flames – 11/25/1967 – Paris, France

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James Brown and the Famous Flames
L’Olympia
Paris, France
November 25, 1967

01_Instrumental_solo’s by Pee Wee Ellis_Waymond reed
02_Instrumental_Intro
03_I Wanna be Around
04_That’s Life
05_Kansas City
06_Instrumental_Intro by Danny Ray
07_Out of Sight
08_Try Me
09_Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag
10_Prisoner of Love
11_Instrumental (My Girl)
12_Cold sweat
13_May Be the Last Time
14_I Feel good/Please, Please, Please
15_Cold sweat (Reprise)

Band: Just guessing:
Alfred ‘Pee Wee’ Ellis, Raymond Reed, Maceo Parker, St. Clair Pinckney: Horns
Jimmy Nolan, maybe Alphonso Kellum?: Guitars
Bernard Odum: Funky, Funky Bass
Clyde Stubblefield: Drums
Bobby Bird, Bobby Bennett: Vocals
String section
MC’s: Danny Ray and that other guy

Okay, forget all the other James Brown shows, this is the real deal. Allready uploaded earlier as a DVD. Now here is the full show (except It’s a Mans, Mans world, officially released on ‘I Got The Feelin’) in High Quality audio.
For me personally there is no better, this even beats Live at the Apollo II, but hey! thats just my opinion.
Listen to 14 minutes of the tightest funk ever played on this planet in Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag. This kicks the ass of every other performance of this song i know. Witness the birth of Funk in Cold Sweat. Remember this is 1967! James Brown and his band are the true heroes of Funk, Soul and Jazz.
Enjoy!

James Brown – 6/15/2003 – Manchester, TN

James Brown
Bonnaroo
Manchester TN
6-15-2003

Digital Soundboard

DSBD>cdr>eac>SF6 decode to 192k mp3

Soul Generals
Startime!
Make it Funky
Get up off that thing
Funky Good Time
Living in America
God Bless America
Try Me
Goodfoot
Happy Birthday James Brown!
Vamp
Ms Tommie Ray Brown- Try
At Last
I Cant Turn you Loose
I go Crazy
I feel Good
Popcorn>Please Please
Sex Machine