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James Brown fans have a reason to rejoice. Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) has released seventeen rare Brown albums digitally on all of the major retailers and streaming sites. Also out is the box set James Brown Live at the Apollo, Volumes I-IV which includes the previously unreleased fourth volume in the set. The seventeen albums include rare, influential instrumental albums that have been long sought after by fans and have never been available before for download or streaming. The titles are: Good, Good Twistin' With James Brown (1962) Showtime (1964) Grits and Soul (1964) Handful of Soul (1966) James Brown Plays James Brown Today and Yesterday (1966) Mighty Instrumentals (1966) Plays Nothing But Soul (1968) Thinking About Little Willie John and a Few Nice Things (1968) Sho' is Funky Down Here (1971) Hot (1976) Everybody Doin' the Hustle and Dead on the Double Bump (1976) Take a Look at Those Cakes (1979) The Original Disco Man (1979) Jam 1980's (1978) People (1980) Nonstop! (1981) The James Brown Live at the Apollo Volumes I-IV includes the following titles: Live at the Apollo 1962 (1963) Live at the Apollo Volume II (1968) Revolution of the Mind: Live at the Apollo, Volume 3 (1971) Get Down With James Brown: Live at the Apollo, Volume 4 (previously unreleased) The track list for Get Down With James Brown: Live at the Apollo, Volume 4: Introduction of the J.B.'s Hot Pants Road From the Back Side Wines Spot Introduction of James Brown Never Can Say Goodbye Pass the Peas Honky Tonk Gimme Some More There It Is Introduction of Lyn Collins Do Your Thing Think (About It) I'll Take You There Introduction of Bobby Byrd I Know You Got Soul (If Loving You is Wrong) I Don't Want to Do Right Keep on Doin' What You're Doin' UMe has also released several James Brown albums on vinyl: GET ON UP: The James Brown Story (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), featuring songs heard in the Universal Pictures feature film, including two previously unreleased, scorching live performances, and the best-seller 20 All-Time Greatest Hits!, each making their vinyl debuts as newly mastered 2-LP sets. The Payback, a classic double-LP from 1974 featuring the No. 1 hit title song; In The Jungle Groove, the original 2-LP compilation from 1986 featuring extended versions of the foundations of hip-hop, including Soul Power, Talkin' Loud And Sayin' Nothing, Funky Drummer and more; and Motherlode, a 1988 collection of rarities and unreleased sides, have been newly reissued on vinyl. In his lifetime, Brown released over seventy studio albums, 14 live albums and almost fifty compilations of his music. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Video showcases how the small device can pause and rewind live TV, as well as stream video to phones and tablets. Microsoft has launched its digital TV Tuner for Xbox One across the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. The miniature peripheral receives TV signals from a coaxial cable (the old-fashioned wires used to air free terrestrial TV) and feeds that into the Xbox One via USB connection, though the console will need to be powered on in order to watch it. The Xbox One Digital TV Tuner costs Â£25 in the UK The tuner adds several key features to the traditional Freeview experience. First, Live Pause, which allows users to freeze live TV for up to thirty minutes, as well as rewind and fast-forward footage. Owners can play their games while Live Pause is activated too. Second, the OneGuide offers a basic panel of TV listings to peruse with either the controller or Kinect (although, how effective voice commands are remains to be seen). The OneGuide is available either as a full-screen menu or an in-picture window, the latter of which allows users to browse other channels while watching one station. Third, the peripheral uses SmartGlass to stream video from the Xbox One to connected devices on a user's home network. This can also be done while playing games on the Xbox One, with television being processed in the background. (At the time of going to press, connected devices included Windows phones and tablets, as well as iOS devices, with Android support "coming soon"). As well as this, users can watch TV via Snap Mode, which fixes a small picture in a column on the right-hand-side of the screen while something else is displayed in the main picture. The TV Tuner arrives nearly a full year after the Xbox One's UK launch. The peripheral costs Â£25. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Canadian developer sells 61 percent stake to a pair of Chinese firms. WarframeDigital Extremes, the Canadian developer that worked with Epic Games on various Unreal Tournamentgames and the multiplayer mode for BioShock 2, has been sold to a pair of Chinese companies. Most recently, Digital Extremes launched free-to-play shooter Warframe for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Multi Dynamic Games Group Inc. and Perfect Online Holding Limited (a subsidiary of Neverwinter studio Perfect World Co.) have acquired a 61 percent stake in Digital Extremes. Multi Dynamic has acquired the lion's share (58 percent), while Perfect Online bought 3 percent. The Darkness IIIf you're worried that decisions about where Warframe might go in the future will no longer be in Digital Extremes' hands, there's no need to fret, according to CEO James Schmalz. "We are thrilled with the potential to work with partners who share our philosophy on the future of gaming and how we're approaching it," Schmalz said in a statement. "This partnership will further empower us to continue making Warframe bigger and better with full control over its destiny." The acquisition has not yet closed, and is subject to several conditions. One of the conditions is the granting of exclusive rights to Perfect Online to publish Warframe in mainland China. That country recently lifted its 14-year ban on consoles, and the Xbox One went on sale in the region just last month, becoming the first console legally sold in China since 2000. Digital Extremes is not the first North American company to have sold to a controlling interest to a Chinese firm. In 2011, Chinese Internet company Tencent acquired a majority stake in League of Legends developer Riot Games. A year later, Tencent bought a 40 percent stake in Gears of War creator Epic Games. Digital Extremes also developed Star Trek, The Darkness II, and the PC version of Homefront. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Sony announces special perk for gamers looking for a digital copy of Rockstar's upcoming game. Sony has announced a new preorder promotion for the PlayStation 4 version of Grand Theft Auto V that sweetens the deal for gamers looking for a digital copy of the open-world title. According to the game's product page on Sony's website, anyone who preorders the digital version of GTA V for PS4 through PlayStation Network will receive $300,000 in bonus virtual currency for Grand Theft Auto Online, the multiplayer mode for GTA V. This is in addition to the $1,000,000 currency bonus given to all players who preorder the game, regardless of platform or format. The one stipulation for the promotion is that you'll need to preorder GTA V on PS4 by November 3 to receive the $300,000 bonus GTA Online cash injection. Microsoft has not announced a similar preorder promotion for the Xbox One version of GTA V. It is possible that Sony's bonus cash deal for PS4 digital preorders is the special perk that the company teased back at E3 in June. GTA V launches for PS4 and Xbox One on November 18, while the PC version will be released in January 2015. The new versions of the game feature a raft of improvements, including better visuals, expanded draw distances, and denser traffic. In addition, existing GTA Online characters from Xbox 360 andPlayStation 3 will transfer to the new versions of the game, regardless of which platform you choose to upgrade to. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
A new survey of young children and adults has found consensus on what should be charged for content online. In both groups, 49% said that people should be able to download content they want for free, with a quarter of 16-24 year olds stating that file-sharing was the only way they could afford to obtain it. The results of a new survey commissioned by YouGov SixthSense on the file-sharing and content consumption habits of citizens in the UK have just been published. Among broader issues, the study, which draws on a sample of 1,907 adults over 16 years old and 614 children aged between 8 and 15, looked at reasons why people use file-sharing sites, plus attitudes towards piracy and paying for content. Online content should be free The headline finding presented YouGov suggests that half of the up-and-coming generation believes that the Internet should be a content free-for-all. A total of 49% of the 8 to 15-year-olds questioned said that they believe that people should be able to download the content they want from the Internet for nothing. Drilling down specifically into attitudes towards file-sharing sites, 6% of children said that using them is easy, with 7% agreeing that it had become the normal thing to do. Interestingly, YouGov found that when questioning the 16-year-old and above group, the attitudes towards free content were the same, with an identical 49% stating that online content should be free to download. Motivations to share files The survey found that the major driver for use of file-sharing sites is cost. While adults tend to have the most disposable income, 51% said that they use file-sharing sites to save money. Among the children, whose resources are often more limited, 44% said their motivation was financial, with a quarter of 16-24 year olds reporting that file-sharing is the only way they can afford to access content online. Unsurprisingly, the issue of accessibility came in at a close second place for both groups. The speed and convenience of file-sharing was cited as a key motivator for use by 41% of adults and 38% of the children. Attitudes towards piracy and sanctions The mainstream entertainment companies invariably insist that downloading movies and music without permission is tantamount to stealing. However, when it comes to the UKâ€™s children the survey suggests that Big Entertainment has a mountain to climb to have that notion widely adopted. While 16% of children accept that itâ€™s wrong to obtain content for free without the creatorâ€™s permission, just 7% believe that file-sharing is a form of stealing. When it comes to punishing someone, somewhere, for the piracy problem, it comes as little surprise that most of the adults feel that the blame should be placed elsewhere. Rather than being punished for illegal downloading themselves, 60% of the 16-24 year-olds said that the companies and websites providing the content should be punished instead. The future Despite the favorable cost and convenience of using unauthorized sources, YouGov notes that opportunities exist for content providers to address those issues. Legal alternatives, such as the free ad-supported model offered by Spotify, are being utilized more, and there are signs that people are happy to pay for exclusive content. Among the children, for example, 13% said they would spend their money if that meant supporting an up-and-coming artist. â€œChildren in this generation have grown up with digital material and are used to having access to what they want, when they want it and for some of the time not paying for it,â€ says YouGov Research Director James McCoy. â€œWhilst they appreciate the issues surrounding piracy and illegal downloads, if they can get away with it, then they will. Why change the habit of a lifetime?â€ McCoy says that the challenge for industry moving forward is to find ways to engage and educate this group â€œin a relevant and non-condescending way.â€ That can probably be done, it just might take a little while yet. The Future of Digital Consumption 2014 can be purchased from YouGov.