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Further On Up The Road - James Brown - Reality (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. At the end of the 70s, James was combatting the disco movement by forging his own brand of dancefloor music – a super-heavy fusion of straight-on funk, but with a more up-tempo twist and extended in a style to compete with some of the hit 12" singles being issued at the time. This album LP, Vinyl record album.
  2. By this point Brown's insane schedule was catching up to him. He seemingly had singles or albums coming out on a weekly basis, and Reality finds him at an artistic impasse. Released in late , Reality was one of the few of his '70s albums recorded entirely in N.Y., with and without the J.B.'s. The title track has him complaining about something or another with the background singers goading.
  3. All about the album of James Brown - Reality. James Brown's album Reality | polydor records | | from on Polydor records. LP VINYL (5 / 1) 1. Change Version Add Version. Total Visits This Week. Releases. Label Cat# Country Medium Further On Up The Road. 00'00 (0 / 0) 0. 4. Check Your Body. 00'00 (0 / 0) 0. 5. Don't Fence Me In.
  4. Reality is generally seen as the end of the classic J.B’s era for James Brown, and the beginning of his gradual slide into disco and becoming obsolete. However, although it is a slight change from his previous sound and style, this is actually a very consistent album. The difference between this and it’s immediate predecessors is that it is mostly song-based and not groove based, with only.
  5. James Joseph Brown (May 3, – December 25, ) was an American singer, songwriter, dancer, musician, record producer and bandleader. A progenitor of funk music and a major figure of 20th century popular music and dance, he is often referred to as the "Godfather of Soul". In a career that lasted 50 years, he influenced the development of several music genres.
  6. James Brown's Funky People Part Three 2 X Vinyl LP RSD Black Friday Limited $ New Live at the Apollo I & II [LP] by James Brown (Vinyl, Jul, Polydor USA).
  7. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for James Brown • Reality • Original Vinyl Pressing • Polydor LP at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  8. Further on up the road You'll find out I wasn't lyin', then I'll say: Next time you see me Things won't be the same Next time you see me, yeah yeah Things won't be the same Further on up the road You gotta quit your plotting game! Ah, sit down! (Yeah, oh yeah) Baby, now baby, now baby, huh! Up .
  9. The review critiqued "The Twist" as Brown hitting a writer's block and that the cover of "Don't Fence Me In" was another sign of his "desperation". The review noted that the album contained "his worst ballads on record". Track listing. Track listing adapted from vinyl of Reality. All tracks are written by James Brown, except where noted.

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