R.I.P. James Brown (1 Viewer)

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dantheman77

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sorry to hear that. i have a few of his cd's; live at the apallo is a classic
he has the bridge in colorado named after him , a nice tribute.
 
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salsadancer7

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I was reading the article of his death on CNN and this on section just tells it all:


He was, literally, an impossible act to follow: The Rolling Stones were said to have been terrified to come on after Brown in "The T.A.M.I. Show," a 1964 concert that appeared on film the next year. ("Nobody could follow me," Brown told "T.A.M.I. Show" director Steve Binder, according to a Los Angeles Times article.) Brown's performance in that show even earned an ovation from the backing band.

"You have the Rolling Stones on the same stage, all of the important rock acts of the day, doing their best -- and James Brown comes out and destroys them," producer Rick Rubin wrote in Rolling Stone.


Possibly, the greatest performer in the history of music....NO ONE to me comes close. R.I.P Godfather!
 

BlackHitachi

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I was reading the article of his death on CNN and this on section just tells it all:


He was, literally, an impossible act to follow: The Rolling Stones were said to have been terrified to come on after Brown in "The T.A.M.I. Show," a 1964 concert that appeared on film the next year. ("Nobody could follow me," Brown told "T.A.M.I. Show" director Steve Binder, according to a Los Angeles Times article.) Brown's performance in that show even earned an ovation from the backing band.

"You have the Rolling Stones on the same stage, all of the important rock acts of the day, doing their best -- and James Brown comes out and destroys them," producer Rick Rubin wrote in Rolling Stone.


Possibly, the greatest performer in the history of music....NO ONE to me comes close. R.I.P Godfather!

Amen RIP
 
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