James Brown’s singles of the sixties (1963-1969)

Original publication: Billboard
Categories: 1960s, Entertainment, Notable people, Vintage advertisements
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James Brown: Dynamite & Prisoner of Love (1963)

… with a new pop teenage sound, singing sweet as he did in “Lost Someone,” with a full orchestra and nine voices

Billboard Apr 6, 1963 James Brown

 

James Brown: Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag (1965)

James “Mr Dynamite” Brown – The most fabulous record in years!

Billboard Jul 31, 1965 James Brown

 

James Brown: I Got You (I Feel Good) (1965)

… Strikes again with his biggest single ever

Billboard Nov 27, 1965 James Brown

 

The soulful world of James Brown (1969)

Doin’ the Popcorn, with the James Brown band

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Billboard Aug 16, 1969 James Brown


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