Let The Boogie Do The Rest - James Brown - The Original Disco Man (Vinyl, LP, Album)
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Originally released in by Polydor. Track 7 listed as a bonus track not present on the original LP configuration. Issued in a two-panel cardboard sleeve.
This CD compilation of James Brown's near-disco work by Hip O Select is phenomenal. But apart from his LP "The Original Disco Man" from , James Brown was not really into disco: rather Funk or Soul. In fact, James Brown was always something else! And somewhere else! He always experimented and tried new rhythms, new arrangements and new sounds/5(12).
This effort finds Brown staking claim to a genre that he was indisputably partially responsible for. But by the late '70s, Brown as an innovator of rhythm was having a difficult time getting hits. As singles like "The Spank" and "Take a Look at Those Cakes" failed to set the charts ablaze, Brown -- and probably his label -- felt some changes should be made. The Original Disco Man pairs him.
Tracklist: 1. It’s Too Funky In Here, 2. Let The Boogie Do The Rest, 3. Still, 4. Star Generation, 5. Women Are Something Else, 6. The Original Disco Man.
On The Original Disco Man, that balance is lost and Brown fully embraces disco for the majority of the album’s running time. The opening track, “It’s Too Funky in Here” is the most like his last few albums, a funky groove overlaid with disco production and arrangements, and is probably the best track here.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Original Disco Man / Let The Boogie Do The Rest on Discogs. Label: Polydor - PD • Format: Vinyl 7 James Brown - The Original Disco Man / Let The Boogie Do The Rest (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(1).
"Whoa-oh, let the boogie do the rest, people" Ah, let the boogie do the rest Elvis Presley said, "Ooh, I'm all shook up" Mmm, my my my my my my And James Brown would say "Please, please, let the boogie do the rest" (Let the boogie) Oh baby (Let the boogie do the rest) Aah ow Oh Lord, Ray Charles would say (Keep on dancing, keep on dancing).
The resulting album was one of Brown’s strongest in a long time, featuring such luminaries as bassist David Hood, and drummer Roger Hawkins. DISC TRACKLIST: It’s Too Funky in Here Let the Boogie Do the Rest Still Star Generation Women Are Something Else The Original Disco Man Love Me.
1 day ago · Original Artists • 8 Album Collectors Set / The Vinyl Collection • Songs The Perfect Vinyl Collection is a box set containing over 5 hours of music across tracks on 8 vinyl-album. An all-encompassing collection that fulfills the wide musical need of the budding vinyl collector.
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