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Live At The Garden


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Out Of Sight
    2. Bring It Up
    3. Try Me
    4. Let Yourself Go
    5. Hip Bag '67
    6. Prisoner of Love
    7. It May Be The Last Time
    8. I Got You (I Feel Good)
    9. Ain't That A Groove-Part 1
    10. Ain't That A Groove-Part 2
    11. Please, Please, Please
    12. Bring It Up (Finale)
    13. Introduction-Vonsheliah
    14. King, The
    15. Wade In the Water
    16. Devil's Den
    17. Medley: Headache/Get Loose/Jabo
    18. Night Train
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Introduction/Out Of Sight
    2. Bring It Up
    3. Try me
    4. Come Rain or Come Shine
    5. Papa's Got a Brand New Bag
    6. Prisoner of Love
    7. Mayne The Last Time
    8. I Got You (I Feel Good)
    9. James Brown Thank You
    10. It's a Man's Man's Man's World
    11. Ain't That a Groove
    12. Please, Please, Please
    13. Bring It Up (Finale)
    14. Let Yourself Go [Instrumental Jam]
    15. Let Yourself Go [False Start]
    16. Let Yourself Go [Extended Released Version]
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 12928

  • Credits
    ProducerHarry Weinger; Alan Leeds
    Engineer

    Personnel: St. Clair Pinckney (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Eldee Williams (tenor saxophone); Joe Dupars, Waymon Reed (trumpet); Levi Rasbury (valve trombone); Clyde Stubblefield, John Starks (drums).
    Audio Mixer: Kevin Reeves.
    Liner Note Author: Alan Leeds.
    Editor: Gene Redd.
    Although the contents of this 1967 concert package have long been attributed to the Big Apple's Madison Square or Cinci's own Cincinnati Gardens -- which was only a stones-throw from King Records, Inc's Brewster Ave. digs -- neither is factually correct. Truth be told, the closest thing to a garden at the Latin Casino is that it resides in Cherry Hill, NJ -- the Garden State. It is here that Soul Brother # 1 brought the Fabulous Flames Orchestra & Revue to churn and burn their way through two sets a night between January 10 and 19, 1967. After several successful performances, Brown was so encouraged by the strength of his ensemble, the artist requested equipment be brought in to record a few sets for a potential live platter. When LIVE AT THE GARDEN hit the shelves -- less than five months later -- it contained highlights from the January 14 late show -- one of four sets that were documented during the run. The high-energy LP features Brown (vocals/organ), backed by an impressive incarnation of the Fabulous Flames Revue led by Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis (musical director/tenor sax/organ) and centering around the combo of Bobby Byrd (vocals), Jimmy "Chank" Nolen (guitar), Alphonso "Country" Kellum (guitar/bass), Bernard Odom (bass), John "Jabo" Starks (drums), Clyde Stubblefield (drums), and Ronald Selico (drums/bongos). The horn section consisted of Waymon Reed (trumpet), Joe Dupars (trumpet), Levi Rasbury (valve trombone/emcee), and Eldee Williams (tenor sax).

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