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    Tracklist
    1
    Face A
    1.
    Night train
    James Brown & The Famous Flames
    00:00
    2.
    Why me
    Betty O'Brien
    00:00
    3.
    Twist and shout
    The Isley Brothers
    00:46
    4.
    Hey, Hey, Hey
    Ernie K-Doe
    00:00
    5.
    Fat boy
    Billy Stewart
    00:00
    6.
    What about me
    Eddie Holland
    00:45
    7.
    You'll loose a good thing
    Barbara Lynn
    00:46
    Face B
    1.
    I Need your loving
    Don Gardner with Dee Dee Ford
    00:00
    2.
    Lookin for a love
    The Valentinos
    00:46
    3.
    Shout and shimmy
    James Brown
    00:46
    4.
    Do you think that's right
    Judy Clay
    00:00
    5.
    Little Young Lover
    The Impressions
    00:00
    6.
    I Got to find somebody
    Ernie K-Doe
    00:00
    7.
    Yield not to temptation
    Bobby Bland
    00:00
    2
    Face A
    1.
    Try a little tenderness
    Aretha Franklin
    00:46
    2.
    Anna (Go to him)
    Arthur Alexander
    00:00
    3.
    Popeye the hitchhiker
    Chubby Checker
    00:46
    4.
    Earthquake
    Roy Hamilton
    00:00
    5.
    The Chaperone
    Labrenda Ben & The Beljeans
    00:00
    6.
    You must have been meant for me
    Ted Taylor
    00:00
    7.
    Land of 1000 dances
    Chris Kenner
    00:00
    Face B
    1.
    Too many tears
    Roy Lee Johnson
    00:45
    2.
    You threw a lucky punch
    Gene Chandler
    00:00
    3.
    Three hearts in a tangle
    James Brown & The Famous Flames
    00:00
    4.
    Somebody told you
    Irma Thomas
    00:46
    5.
    The Dog
    Rufus Thomas
    00:00
    6.
    Baby call on me
    Wilson Pickett
    00:00
    7.
    Go on back to him
    Solomon Burke
    00:46
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    CHAPTER 5 :

    In 1962, James Brown’s rising fame deeply influenced the artists of his generation. Through his music, he progressively developed Soul into Funk. His ability to communicate and his profuse energy that seemed limitless brought his devoted disciples into surpassing themselves. He is, with Otis Redding, the real driving force of an era and of a genre that will shape the contemporary popular creativity for the next five years.

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