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9 thoughts on “ Living In America - James Brown - Gravity (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Featuring the worldwide smash hit "Living In America", James Brown's album Gravity is a funky slab of Eighties electro and groove thanks to the songwriting and production of Dan Hartman. He of Instant Replay and Relight My Fire fame/5(17).
  2. May 23,  · James Brown made a comeback on Scotti Brothers Records with Living In America. Gravity was the follow-up to Living In America but it didn't make as much of .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Gravity on Discogs. Label: Scotti Bros. Records - SCT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul • Style: Soul, Funk, Disco/5(32).
  4. Jun 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - James Brown - Living in America (Official Video) YouTube Get Up I Feel Like Being Like A Sex Machine, Pts. 1 & 2 - Duration: James Brown , views.
  5. " Living in America " is a song composed by Dan Hartman and Charlie Midnight and performed by James Brown. It was released as a single in and reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot chart. The song entered the Billboard Top 40 on January 11, , and remained on the chart for 11 weeks.
  6. Apr 05,  · Gravity, an Album by James Brown. Released in October on Scotti Brothers (catalog no. FZ ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk, Soul. Featured peformers: James Brown (vocals), Dan Hartman (producer, engineer, horn arrangements, writer), Charlie Midnight (writer), T.M. Stevens (backing vocals), The Uptown Horns (horn arrangements), Rod Hui (engineer), Paul Towndrow 3/5(3).
  7. Nov 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - JAMES BROWN - LIVING IN AMERICA extended dance version YouTube Feels So Good - Duration: Chuck Mangione - Topic 1,, views.
  8. Oct 31,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Gravity on Discogs. Label: Scotti Bros. Records - FZ ,Scotti Bros. Records - Z • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Downtempo, Disco/5(49).
  9. Some moderately interesting late '80s James Brown sessions. The title track featured an above average Brown vocal and some up-to-date production. But the album had the sound and feel of Brown trying to catch up with contemporary trends, a sad thing since so many hip-hoppers borrowed from Brown 6/

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