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Sunday, January 06, 2008

Now Dance Suckaz,
Dance Suckaz,
Move Suckaz,
Move Suckaz

It's Been More Than A Year That The GodFather Is Gone
So Let's Not Forget Why We Call Him Him TheGodfather

So Here Is A 1989 Kid Capri Mixtape
Free James Brown
That I Have Found On
Dj Soul Blog

And Last Week This Dude Called 7d
Who's comin' Straight Out Of Quebec
And That Produce A james Brown Tribute Tape
At First I Was A Little Septical About It
I Thought Damn Another Wannabe Producer
That Makes Me Wanna Listen To His Fake ass Demo
But Then I've Actually Took Times To Listen To It
And I Gotta Confess
It's Pretty Hot
Well Produced
And Original
Definitly Worth The Download
Hot Pants From Montreal

And If You Like It Feel Free To visit
His Myspace Page And Show Some Love

And For Those Of You Who -'ve Slept On It Last Year
Her Is Some Of My Favorites James Brown's Tracks
The Jazzy Ones
He Got Funk
He Got Soul
And He Definitly Got The Jazz 

Most people know James Brown as the Godfather of Soul.
But Brown has also long had a taste for jazz.
Inspired by the music of Frank Sinatra,
Brown teamed up with the Dee Felice Trio
to record his own unique versions of Sinatra-associated standards
like “Strangers in the Night” and “All the Way,”
along with jazzed-up renditions of his hits “Cold Sweat”
and “There Was a Time.”
The intimately swinging results revealed a little-known facet of Brown’s funky self
A Brand New Bag Indeed

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Awesome SITE, but don't forget this show from J-rocc

Spijkmaster from holland.

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