JAMES BROWN “I’ll Go Crazy” – Critical Praise from MOJO, UNCUT and RECORD COLLECTOR (posted by TonyW)

James Brown

James Brown

JAMES BROWN “I’ll Go Crazy” 2CD set (FANTASTIC VOYAGE)
Critical Praise from MOJO, UNCUT and RECORD COLLECTOR & featured on the front page of SPOTIFY

 

**** UNCUT “Godfather of Soul’s complete ’50’s recordings across two discs”
**** Record Collector “Charts the The Godfather’s catalogue chronologically from 1956 to 1960”
*** MOJO “Comprising of 47 tracks from his first three albums and early singles”
**** Funk, Soul & Jazz

www.futurenoisemusic.com:

Chronicles the formative years of James Brown & The Famous Flames from the smash hit debut Please, Please, Please in 1956, via the chart-topping Try Me from 1958, to I’ll Go Crazy, Think and the other hit sides released in 1960. The release compiles in the order that they were recorded, and features every track released by James Brown between 1956 and 1960. As a bonus the album features both sides of hit single (Do The) Mashed Potatoes, featuring James Brown, but credited to Nat Kendrick & The Swans. The accompanying booklet features notes by Grammy Award-winning James Brown authority Cliff White, as well as details of recording date, location and original catalogue number for each track.The booklet also chronicles the genesis and evolving line-up of The Famous Flames, and explores the circumstances surrounding the early recording sessions. The booklet also lists the recording date, location and original catalogue number for each track. I’ll Go Crazy provides a thorough survey of James Brown’s journey to stardom, which earned him the ultimate accolade of Godfather of Soul.

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