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I Walked Alone - James Brown - The Essential Early Recordings (CD)

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  1. Looks like a lot of early Federal Records (2)-recordings before James Brown was moved to the parent label King Records (3). Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode (Text): 8 7.
  2. This two-disc set collects key tracks and singles from James Brown's stay at the King subsidiary Federal Records between and , including his first two big hits, ’s “Please, Please, Please” and ’s “Try Me.” Brown was still searching for his style at this time, which explains sides like the doo wop tune “That’s When I Lost My Heart,” but he was hardening his style and beginning 7/
  3. Jul 31,  · I Walked Alone · James Brown Please, Please, Please ℗ Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Composer Lyricist: Nashpendle Knox.
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  5. Just prior to his death, Universal's Hip-O division launched an extensive James Brown reissue series called The Singles, which contained both sides of every 45 he released between and The first volume appeared in September , the last in
  6. Originally released in , this collection gathers Brown's great singles from , including the hit title song. Digitally remastered and available on CD for the first time in the U.S.; includes all the original artwork and new liner notes. [Note: This product is an authorized CD-R /5(28).
  7. James Brown and His Famous Flames scored an R&B Top Ten hit in with "Please, Please, Please," but Brown's next nine singles for Federal Records flopped. It was the next, "Try Me," his third single of , that finally scored. That was when King Records (Federal's parent label) assembled this, Brown's debut album, out of some of those singles sessions.
  8. This is a discography chronicling the musical career of James joined Bobby Byrd's vocal group The Flames in , first as a drummer, and then as leading front man. Later becoming The Famous Flames, they signed with Federal Records in and recorded their first hit single, "Please, Please, Please", which sold over a million was discovered by Famous Flames founder.

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