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James Brown - In The Jungle Groove Album

James Brown - In The Jungle Groove Album
Title:
In The Jungle Groove
Performer:
James Brown
Style:
Soul, Funk
Released:
1986
Catalog:
829 624-1 Y-2, 422-829 624-1 Y2
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2401 mb
FLAC album size:
1942 mb
Genre:
Label:
Polydor

Tracklist


1Soul Power (Re-Edit)
Bass – William 'Bootsy' CollinsCongas – Johnny GriggsDrums – John 'Jabo' StarksEdited By – Danny KrivitGuitar – Bobby Roach, Phelps 'Catfish' CollinsTenor Saxophone – St. Clair PinckneyTrombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Clayton 'Chicken' Gunnells, Darryl 'Hasaan' JamisonVocals – Bobby Byrd
8:07
2Funky Drummer
Baritone Saxophone – Louis TilfordBass – 'Sweet Charles' SherrellDrums – Clyde StubblefieldGuitar – Alphonso 'Country' Kellum, Jimmy 'Chank' NolenOrgan – James BrownTenor Saxophone – L.D. "Eldee" Williams, Maceo ParkerTrombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Joe Davis, Richard 'Kush' Griffeth
9:13
3Get Up, Get Into It And Get Involved
Baritone Saxophone – St. Clair PinckneyBass – William 'Bootsy' CollinsCongas – Johnny GriggsDrums – Clyde StubblefieldGuitar – Phelps 'Catfish' Collins, Hearlon 'Cheese' MartinTenor Saxophone – Robert McColloughTrumpet – Darryl 'Hasaan' Jamison, Jerone 'Jasaan' MelsonVocals – Bobby Byrd
7:05
4Talkin' Loud & Sayin' Nothing (Remix)
Baritone Saxophone – St. Clair PinckneyBass – William 'Bootsy' CollinsCongas – Johnny GriggsDrums – Clyde StubblefieldGuitar – Phelps 'Catfish' Collins, Hearlon 'Cheese' MartinOrgan, Vocals – Bobby ByrdRemix, Mixed By – Tim RogersTenor Saxophone – Robert McColloughTrumpet – Clayton 'Chicken' Gunnells, Darryl 'Hasaan' Jamison
7:40
5I Got To Move
Bass – William 'Bootsy' CollinsCongas – Johnny GriggsDrums – Clyde StubblefieldEngineer – J.C. ConvertinoGuitar – Phelps 'Catfish' CollinsMixed By – Tim RogersOrgan – Bobby ByrdTenor Saxophone – Robert McColloughTrumpet – Clayton 'Chicken' Gunnells, Darryl 'Hasaan' Jamison
7:12
6It's A New Day
Baritone Saxophone – St. Clair PinckneyBass – 'Sweet Charles' SherrellCongas – Art LopezDrums – Melvin ParkerGuitar – Alphonso 'Country' Kellum, Jimmy 'Chank' NolenTenor Saxophone – L.D. "Eldee" Williams, Maceo Parker
6:15
7Funky Drummer (Bonus Beat Reprise)
Edited By – Danny Krivit
2:54
8Hot Pants (She Got To Use What She Got To Get What She Wants)
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy ParkerBass – Fred Thomas Drums – John 'Jabo' StarksGuitar – Hearlon 'Cheese' Martin, Robert ColemanTenor Saxophone – St. Clair PinckneyTrombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Jerone 'Jasaan' Melson, Russell Crimes
8:42
9Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose (Remix)
Bass – William 'Bootsy' CollinsCongas – Johnny GriggsDrums – Clyde StubblefieldEngineer – J.C. ConvertinoGuitar – Phelps 'Catfish' CollinsOrgan – Bobby ByrdRemix, Mixed By – Tim RogersTenor Saxophone – Robert McColloughTrumpet – Clayton 'Chicken' Gunnells, Darryl 'Hasaan' Jamison
6:09


Credits


  • DesignJeffrey Faville
  • Engineer [Re-issue]Dennis Drake
  • Liner NotesCliff White
  • Mastered ByHowie Weinberg
  • Producer [Original]James Brown
  • Reissue ProducerCliff White, Tim Rogers
  • VocalsJames Brown
  • Written-ByBobby Byrd (tracks: C1, C2), Charles Bobbit (tracks: B1), James Brown (tracks: A1, A2, B2, C1 to D2), Ron Lenhoff (tracks: C2)


Notes


Track A1: recorded September 3rd 1969, King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Original issue (Parts 1 & 2): King 45-6292, February 1970.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 3 R&B, No. 32 Pop.
First album issue: King LP-1095, June 1970.
Track A2: recorded November 20th 1969, King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Original issue (Parts 1 & 2): King 45-6290, March 1970.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 20 R&B, No.51 Pop.
Previously unissued on album.
Track B1: recorded July 22nd 1970, King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Unissued on 45.
First album issue (with overdubbed audience): King LP-1115, September 1970.
Track B2: recorded August 16th 1970, Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida.
(Previously Unreleased)
Track C1: recorded October 1st 1970, Bobby Smith Studios, Macon, Georgia.
First proposed release: King S45-6359, January 1971 (unissued).
Original issue (Parts 1&2): Polydor 45-PD14109, February 1972.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 1 R&B, No. 27 Pop.
First album issue (5½ minutes only): Polydor PD5028, June 1972.
Track C2: recorded November 3rd 1970, King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Original issue (Parts 1&2): King 45-6347, December 1970.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 4 R&B, No. 34 Pop.
First album issue (Part 1 only): Polydor U.K. 2391 116, November 1973.
(MONO)
Track D1: recorded January 26th 1971, Rodel Studios, Washington, D.C.
Original issue (Parts 1,2&3): King 45-6368, March 1971.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 3 R&B, No. 29 Pop.
First album issue (Part 1 only): Polydor PD5401, June 1972.
(MONO)
Track D2: recorded July 12th 1971, Rodel Studios, Washington, D.C.
Unissued on 45.
First album issue: Polydor PD4054, August 1971.

B1, B2, C1 mixed at Sigma Sound, NY

Mastered at Masterdisk (Digitally Remastered)

This Compilation ℗ 1986 PolyGram Records, Inc. © 1986 PolyGram Records, Inc. Manufactured and Marketed by PolyGram Records, Inc.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 0 422-829624-1 6
  • Barcode: 042282962416
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): A- ▻ 422·829·624-1 -AS- HRM MASTERDISK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MASTERDISK A- ▻ 422·829·624-1 -BS- HRM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): A- ▻ 422·829·624-1 -CS- HRM MASTERDISK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): MASTERDISK A- ▻ 422·829·624-1 -DS- HRM


Companies


  • Recorded At – King Studios
  • Recorded At – Criteria Studios
  • Recorded At – Bobby Smith Studios
  • Recorded At – Rodel Studios
  • Mixed At – Sigma Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
  • Marketed By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Hauppauge Record Manufacturing Ltd.


Album


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