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NEWPORT, RI - JULY 6: Godfather of soul James Brown performs onstage at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 6, 1969 in Newport, Rhode Island. (Photo by Tom Copi/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

James Brown

Brown James


James Brown


“The God Father of Soul”


R&B Soul Funk Gospel Christmas


King | Smash| Polydor


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1962 – 1983


  • Good, Good, Twistin’ With James Brown (King Records 1962)
  • Prisoner Of Love (King Records 1963)
  • Live At The Apollo (King Records 1963)
  • Showtime (Smash Records 1964)
  • Grits and Soul (Smash Records1964)
  • Pure Dynamite! Live At The Royal (King Records 1964)
  • Out of Sight (Smash Records 1965)
  • Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag (King Records 1965)
  • James Brown Sing Christmas Songs (Pye 1965)
  • Hand Full Of Soul (Smash 1966)
  • I Got You (King 1966)
  • Mighty Instrumentals Night Train (Polydor 1966)
  • Play New Breed The Boo Ga Loo (Smash 1966)
  • It’s a Man’s, Man’s World (King Records 1966)
  • Cold Sweat (Polydor  1966)
  • Raw Soul (King 1967)
  • A Soulful Christmas (King 1968)
  • Ain’t It Funky (King 1970)
  • The Payback (King 1973)
  • Body heat (Poydor 1976)


James Joseph Brown was an American singer, dancer, musician, record producer, and bandleader. The central progenitor of funk music and a major figure of 20th century music, he is often referred to by the honorific nicknames “Godfather of Soul”, “Mr. Dynamite”, and “Soul Brother No. 1”. In a career that lasted more than 50 years, he influenced the development of several music genres. Brown was one of the first 10 inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at its inaugural induction in New York on January 23, 1986.

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