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Get Up for James Brown

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2/2. As a tribute to R&B/soul/ funk legend James Brown , who died at Christmas, Mark Lamarr presents a revised version of the profile that aired in early 2006 to mark the 50th anniversary of Brown's studio recording of Please Please Please. The programmes feature rare and unreleased material and an exclusive interview with Brown, and explore the black singer's significant crossover status and his influence on rap and hip-hop. Plus input from members j of his band, including vocalist
Marva Whitney and percussionist Johnny Griggs , musicologist
Charlie Gillett , manager SuperFrank and Jazzie B (of Soul II Soul).

Contributors

Unknown: James Brown
Unknown: Mark Lamarr
Unknown: Marva Whitney
Unknown: Johnny Griggs
Musicologist: Charlie Gillett

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Get Up for James Brown

BBC Radio 2, 30 January 2007 20.30






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