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Maybe Good Maybe Bad (Pt. 2). Исполнитель.
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James Brown & The Famous Flames –Money Won't Change You. 2:14. James Brown –Good Good Lovin'. James Brown & The Famous Flames –I Want You So Bad. 2:44. James Brown & The Famous Flames –Gonna Try. 2:51. James Brown & The Famous Flames –Come Rain Or Come Shine. James Brown & The Famous Flames –Maybe Good Maybe Bad. 3:33. James Brown, The Famous Flames –Night Train.
James Brown & The Famous Flames – Maybe Good Maybe Bad. 5:00.
Album I Got You (I Feel Good). Think-about the good things Think-about the bad things Think-about the right things Think-about the wrong things But lady before you leave me, realize that I'm the one who loves you. Think about the sacrifices that I made for you Think about the hard times that were meant for you Think about the good things that I've done for you Think about the bad things I tried not to do. Come on, children, yeah. Think (Live at the Apollo Theater, 1967) by James Brown & The Famous Flames (Ft.
The Famous Flames were an American rhythm and blues vocal group founded in Toccoa, Georgia, in 1953 by Bobby Byrd. James Brown began his career as a member of the Famous Flames, emerging as the lead singer by the time of their first professional recording, "Please, Please, Please", in 1956.
James Brown and the Famous Flames at the Apollo, New York, in 1964. Photograph: Michael Ochs Archives/Corbis. Please, Please, Please was James Brown and the Famous Flames’ first single, released in 1956 by Federal. And there, from the outset, is that voice: torrid, strident, awash with powerful emotion. The song is raw and special, and it became a sleeper hit – yet one that the Famous Flames would struggle to follow up – eventually reaching No 6 on the Billboard R&B chart. There’s a case to be made for this first single being Brown’s signature song.
|Maybe Good, Maybe Bad (Part 1)||2:45|
|Maybe Good, Maybe Bad (Part 2)||2:50|
|45-6159||James Brown & The Famous Flames||Maybe Good, Maybe Bad (7")||King Records||45-6159||US||1968|
|45 - 6159||James Brown & The Famous Flames||Maybe Good, Maybe Bad (Part 1) (7", Promo)||King Records||45 - 6159||US||1968|
|421 188||James Brown And The Famous Flames*||Maybe Good, Maybe Bad (Instrumental) (7")||Polydor||421 188||France||Unknown|