Category Archives: Heavy Metal

James Brown - The Payback (Part 1&2) (Vinyl)

This entry was posted in Heavy Metal. Bookmark the permalink.

8 Responses to James Brown - The Payback (Part 1&2) (Vinyl)

  1. Takree says:
    It is a fact that James Brown is the king of grooves. No one could make a better groove then James Brown. This track, called "The Payback" (sometimes called "The Big Payback"), shows that fact in action. The song, whose full length is over seven minutes, still .
  2. Vurn says:
    The title track may be one reason this album has been so successful, but the whole disc is a solid set of enduring Funk grooves, such as the twelve-minute "Mind Power." Classic R&B ballads such as "Doing The Best I Can" show Brown's affectionate side.
  3. Yozshujar says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about James Brown - The Payback at Discogs. Complete your James Brown collection/5().
  4. Mikarr says:
    The Payback Brown’s considerable ego must have taken a hit when his soundtrack for Hell Up In Harlem didn’t make the cut. But revenge is sweet, and ’s The Payback stands as one of his most well-rounded and consistently rewarding albums—and that’s from an artist who always spent far more effort on his singles.
  5. JoJogor says:
    I owned a 'best of' James Brown box set and decided to explore more James Brown. I'd read in an interview that 'The Payback' was the album James Brown was most proud of. This is on par with "Magical Mystery Tour" but funk instead of rock and roll. It has been a very long time since I've enjoyed an album this much. This album makes me feel alive/5().
  6. Doulmaran says:
    Oct 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group The Payback (Part 1 / DJ Promo Version) · James Brown The Singles: Vol. 9 ℗ Universal Records, a.
  7. Dorisar says:
    In the #31 R&B song in the charts was The Payback (Part 1) by James Brown. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic R&B song now.
  8. Fedal says:
    "The Payback" is a funk song by James Brown, the title track from his album of the same name. The song's lyrics, originally written by trombonist and bandleader Fred Wesley but heavily revised by Brown himself soon before it was recorded, concern the revenge he plans to take against a man who betrayed him. The song is notable for its sparse, open arrangement and its use of wah-wah guitar.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *