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  1. Arashim Reply
    According to Alan Leeds-- tour director of the James Brown show in the late '60s -- by Brown was honored with the distinction of selling one million concert tickets during his various appearances at the famed Apollo Theatre. The first volume of Live at the Apollo [] captured the R&B fury that would single-handedly define the soul music genre.
  2. Tulmaran Reply
    Vinyl pressing of Live at the Apollo by James Brown and the Famous Flames, recorded at the Apollo Theater in Harlem on the night of October 24, at Brown's own expense and released in Live at the Apollo was an amazingly rapid seller. It spent 66 /5().
  3. Dagore Reply
    An astonishing record of James and the Flames tearing the roof off the sucker at the mecca of R&B theatres, New York's Apollo. When King Records owner Syd Nathan refused to fund the recording, thinking it commercial folly, Brown single-mindedly proceeded anyway, paying for it out of his own pocket. He had been out on the road night after night for a while, and he knew that the magic that was.
  4. Gusar Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of James Brown Live At The Apollo on Discogs. Label: King Records (3) - K • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul.
  5. Vonris Reply
    It’s James Brown ‘s seminal Live At The Apollo. Listen to  Live At The Apollo  right now. Recorded at the famous and historic Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York in October , the album was.
  6. Yojin Reply
    May 27,  · The full CD release of live performances James Brown did at the Apollo Theater in Hope you enjoy. The timeline is below and in the .
  7. Kejinn Reply
    On the night of October 24, , Brown recorded Live at the Apollo at the Apollo Theater in Harlem at his own expense. The album, released a year later in , featured Brown’s Famous Flames.
  8. Goltihn Reply
    Jun 16,  · I own both this LP as well as James Brown - Live At The Apollo - Volume II. My criticism is the same for both LPs. I believe they are sourced from high resolution digital files. The resulting LPs sound fine--better than fine, really--but don't buy them. It's /5(K).