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Crypto posted a topic in Melody, Harmony, Rhythm, and MP3James 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
Transcendence posted a topic in Melody, Harmony, Rhythm, and MP3As the Who ready themselves for their 50th anniversary tour, the group is asking fans worldwide to share rare and lost recordings, forgotten radio and TV performances, fan-shot footage from concerts, bootleg recordings, demos, rare photos and memorabilia. As an example, the group cites its 2002 film, The High Numbers at the Railway Hotel, which a Dutch fan had been holding onto since 1964. The Who will include the best and most interesting items in their forthcoming anniversary releases, crediting the fans who offered them up, and giving each respective fan two VIP tickets to a show on its upcoming tour. Fans with extraordinary odds & sods can email the group at email@example.com. Meanwhile, the group will put out a greatest hits collection, The Who Hits 50!, on October 28th, and Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend & Co. are prepping for a Who Hits 50! tour that will take them to arenas in the U.K. this fall and North America in 2015. Additionally, over the next year, the group will mark its golden anniversary with releases and events that will commemorate the group's cultural impact. At a press conference in late June, Daltrey personified the upcoming tour as "the beginning of the long goodbye." The band has said that it would play "all the classic anthems" and deep cuts spanning its entire career, from when it was using the name the High Numbers to the present. "It will have a finality to it," the singer said of the trek. "We'll stop touring, I'm sure, before we stop playing as a band, but just like Eric Clapton said, the grind of the road [is] incredibly tough on the body."