“Gettin’ Down To It” by James Brown - album review

TJR says

Another new album relegated to “b” status due to the inclusion of 4 reworkings from the back catalogue. To be fair, these are bona-fide reworkings, as JB gets all late night Jazz tinkly with it. He’s very good at it too. The boy can certainly croon some, and to his credit he never loses his trademark rasp within the genteel genre, but, for all that, this just ain’t my bag Papa…

The Jukebox Rebel
23-Apr-2012


A1 [03:20] 4.0.png James Brown - Sunny (Bobby Hebb) Jazz
A2 [04:31] 5.7.png James Brown - That’s Life [1969 version] (Kelly Gordon, Dean Kay) Jazz
A3 [03:28] 4.3.png James Brown - Strangers In The Night (Bert Kaempfert, Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder) Jazz
A4 [04:41] 3.8.png James Brown - Willow Weep For Me (Ann Ronell) Jazz
A5 [05:04] 6.1.png James Brown - Cold Sweat [1969 version] (James Brown, Alfred Ellis) Jazz
A6 [03:01] 5.1.png James Brown - There Was A Time [1969 version] (James Brown, Bud Hobgood) Jazz
B1 [02:53] 3.8.png James Brown - Chicago (Fred Fisher) Jazz
B2 [07:43] 3.1.png James Brown - (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons (Deek Watson, William Best) Jazz
B3 [04:51] 2.3.png James Brown - Time After Time [1969 version] (Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn) Jazz
B4 [03:43] 2.5.png James Brown - All The Way (Sammy Cahn, Van Heusen) Jazz
B5 [02:45] 3.5.png James Brown - It Had To Be You (Gus Kahn, Isham Jones) Jazz
B6 [02:35] 3.2.png James Brown - Uncle (Frank Vincent) Jazz




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