• James Brown – The popcorn
    • James Brown – Soul Pride (Part 1)
    • 1. The popcorn
    • 2. Why am I treated so bad
    • 3. In the middle (Part 1)
    • 4. In the middle (Part 2)
    • 5. Soul Pride (Part 1)
    • 6. Soul Pride (Part 2)
    • 7. A new shift
    • 8. Sudsy
    • 9. The chicken
    • 10. The chase

    Killer funk, late 60s, JB in the pocket. The Popcorn, In The Middle, Soul Pride, The Chicken, it's all good.....


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