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Title I got the feelin' [videorecording] : James Brown in the '60s.

Imprint Los Angeles, CA : Shout! Factory, c2008.

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 GDL Brand Library DVD    MA BROW IGF B79DVD v.1    Available
 GDL Brand Library DVD    MA BROW IGF B79DVD v.2    Available
 GDL Brand Library DVD    MA BROW IGF B79DVD v.3    Available
Description 3 videodiscs (ca. 5 1/2 hr.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ([23 p.])
Note Title from container.
Special features: Disc 1: Additional interview footage with Charles Bobbit, Dr. Robert Hall, James Brown's band, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rickey Vincent, Dr. Cornel West; panel at the Boston premiere. Disc 2: Additional audio from radio simulcast. Disc 3: The T.A.M.I. show: from the acclaimed 1964 concert film "Out of sight;" bonus performances: I got you (I feel good), July 14, 1968 at L'Olympia, Paris, It's a man's man's man's world, November 25, 1967 at L'Olympia, Paris.
Contents Set: Disc 1. The night James Brown saved Boston / [presented by] VH1 and FremantleMedia and Shout! Factory ; produced by David Leaf and Arlene Wszalek ; producers, Eric Kulberg, Morgan Neville ; written by Morgan Neville ; directed by David Leaf (ca. 175 min.) -- Disc 2. James Brown live at the Boston Garden, April 5, 1968 (ca. 90 min.) -- Disc 3. James Brown live at the Apollo '68 (ca. 65 min.).
Disc 2: James Brown live at the Boston Garden songs: That's life -- Kansas City -- Medley: It's a man's man's man's world/Lost someone/Bewildered -- Get it together -- There was a time -- I got the feelin' -- Try me -- Medley: Cold sweat/Ride the pony/Cold sweat -- Maybe the last time -- I got you (I feel good) -- Please, please, please -- I can't stand myself (When you touch me).
Disc 3: Apollo Theater songs: If I ruled the world -- That's life -- Kansas City -- Medley: It's a man's man's man's world/Lost someone/Bewildered -- Get it together -- There was a time -- I got the feelin' -- Try me -- Medley: Cold sweat/Maybe the last time/I got you (I feel good)/Please, please, please/I can't stand myself (When you touch me)/Cold sweat (reprise).
Credits The night James Brown saved Boston: Director of photography, Nicola Marsh ; editor, Peter S. Lynch, II ; original score, Tom Rizzo.
Performer James Brown, vocals ; with vocal and instrumental accompaniment.
The night James Brown saved Boston: narrated by Dennis Haysbert.
Summary From his early start singing in a prison gospel group to his transformation into The Godfather of Soul, James had the feeling. It was real and powerful and managed to jump the color barrier and grabbed a hold of black and white audiences alike. Pays tribute not only to James Brown's enormous contribution to American music, but also reveals his often overlooked impact on American race relations.
Audience MPAA rating: Not rated.
System Details DVD, widescreen presentation.
Subject Soul music.
Music -- Performance.
Soul musicians.
Genre/Form Concert films
Added Author Brown, James, 1933-2006
Leaf, David.
Wszalek, Arlene.
Kulberg, Eric.
Neville, Morgan.
Haysbert, Dennis.
VH1 (Firm)
FremantleMedia.
Shout! Factory (Firm)
Added Title James Brown in the '60s
I got the feeling
Night James Brown saved Boston.
James Brown live at the Boston Garden, April 5, 1968.
James Brown live at the Apollo '68.
ISBN 9781603991124
1603991123
Standard No. 826663108798
Music No. 826663-10879 Shout! Factory

 
    
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