The James Brown Story The last of three parts. Sex Machine
Robbie Vincent looks at
James Brown in the 70s and 80s: his exploitation of funk, some years of neglect, his revival by The Blues
Brothers, Rocky IVand the sampling revolution. With comments from
Bobby Byrd , Full Force, Mick Hucknall and the man himself, plus the hits Living in America, Funky Drummer and Soul Power.
Producer Kevin Howlett
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