Think! is the third studio album by James Brown and The Famous Flames, featuring the hit singles "Baby You're Right" and their cover of "Bewildered", along with the group's hit cover of the title track, "Think" originally recorded by The "5" Royales. It also includes the national hits "I'll Go Crazy", "This Old Heart" and "Baby, You're Right", the regional hit "Good Good Lovin'", and Brown's B-side hit duet with Bea Ford, "You've Got the Power".
James Brown And His Famous Flames. Try Me! (CD, Album, RE, RM). Polydor. James Brown And The Famous Flames. The Unbeatable 16 Hits (LP, Album).
This is a discography chronicling the musical career of James Brown. Brown joined Bobby Byrd's vocal group The Flames in 1953, first as a drummer, and then as leading front man. Later becoming The Famous Flames, they signed with Federal Records in 1956 and recorded their first hit single, "Please, Please, Please", which sold over a million copies. Brown was discovered by Famous Flames founder Bobby Byrd, who recruited him for his vocal group.
We'll have things fixed soon. Produced by James Brown. Album The Singles, Volume 4: 1966-1967. Let’s Make Christmas Mean Something This Year (Part 2) Lyrics. Now let's make our next year be as nice as this year Now Christmas gotta be the kind of a Christmas That we remember a long time ago You remember when everybody used to look forward to it? Santa Claus You'd wanna know what you gonna have the next day You couldn't wait until Christmas morning to jump up But that's the morning that you wouldn't go to your table You go straight to your little sack Hanging on the mantle over the fireplace.
James Brown - Bewildered - Think (The "5" Royales song) - The Famous Flames - This Old Heart - I'll Go Crazy (James Brown song) - You've Got the Power (James Brown song) - The Amazing James Brown - Try Me! - Album - The "5" Royales - Duet - Rhythm and blues - Soul music - King Records (United States) - James Brown discography - Baby You're Right - Think! - Pure Dynamite! Live at the Royal - Think (disambiguation). While with King, Brown, under the Famous Flames lineup, released the hit-filled album Think! and the following year released two albums with the James Brown Band earning second billing.
James Brown and the Famous Flames Wonder When You're Coming Home. James Brown, The Famous Flames Love Don't Love Nobody. James Brown, The Famous Flames The Bells.
James Brown and the Famous Flames at the Apollo, New York, in 1964. Photograph: Michael Ochs Archives/Corbis. His pragmatic desire to be able to flit between these roles helped created the stress fractures along which his career would eventually crumble. The only notable cash spike during this downward slide happened because of The Payback album. Never one to ignore a new trend, Brown got on board with the blaxploitation boom and recorded the original film soundtracks to both Black Caesar and Slaughter’s Big Rip Off in 1973.