James Brown Live Paris in 1968

This towering performance by James Brown, filmed in 1968 while he was at the absolute peak of his powers. James Brown Live Paris 1968

James Brown – I Feel Good (Live 8, Edinburgh 2005)

This is the song that became Brown’s signature tune and gave him his famous catch phrase, “I Feel Good.” This song has a very convoluted release history. Brown recorded it in September 1964 and leased it, along with some of his other songs, to Smash Records, who planned to release it as a single but couldn’t because Brown’s label, King Records, filed a lawsuit. In October 1964, a judge ruled… Read More »

James Brown – It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World

“It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” is a song by James Brown and Betty Jean Newsome. Brown recorded it on February 16, 1966 in a New York studio and released it as a single later that year. It reached No. 1 on the Billboard R&B chart and No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100. Its title is a word play on the 1963 comedy film It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad,… Read More »

James Brown Music: Super Bad!

If you like James Brown Music then you should definitely check out this video about the Godfather of Soul! Movin’, groovin’ and shakin’ all over! “James Brown: The Man, The Music & The Message” “Highlights from the acclaimed film about the life story of the music legend. DVD available at OTPvideo.com or 202-898-0899.” If you like music that’s got soul and is Super Bad then you should check this out and… Read More »

YouTube Bass Player Interviewed by Mr. Rogers

Many, many musicians out there could be considered to be a YouTube Bass Player , but this interview definitely sums it all up. Mr Rogers interviews a bass player Apparently it’s Bill Murray and National Lampoon but it’s definitely hilarious — and appropriate, from this writer’s standpoint! Enjoy and share if you dig it! youtube bass player  

Bass Player Magazine is Giving Away an Epiphone Bass!

 Bass Player Magazine is offering a free Epiphone bass in their new contest – it's a sweepstakes so all you have to do is enter in order for a chance to win. Details via the link below: Bass Player – Epiphone Giveaway www.bassplayer.com "Enter Online Now! Contest ends November 30th, 2013. Fill out my Wufoo form!" http://www.bassplayer.com/TabId/177/Default.aspx?ArticleId=152987 If you play bass, you might just become a winner if you enter… Read More »

Bass Guitar Player Bootsy Collins Rocks the Stage in 2010

One bass guitar player that worked with James Brown is Bootsy Collins who also worked with Parliament Funkadelic. This video also features several other bass guitar players. Bootsy Collins @ Bass Player Live 2010 "Bootsy with few of the BEST BASS Players in the world." We always dug Bootsy with George Clinton and Parliament, he totally rocked the stage with James Brown and also in this video. Share it if you… Read More »

James Brown’s Bass Player Jimmie Lee Moore encountered in an elevator!

Miami musician, bass player and producer who was a James Brown Bass Player is the amazing Miami talent, Jimmie Lee Moore. Apparently this was a candid moment when another county official was being interviewed but then they recognized Jimmie LOL! JAMES BROWN BASS PLAYER, JIMMY LEE MOORE “KEITH WILSON IN THE ELEVATOR AT MIAMI-DADE COUNTY BCCO, WITH DEAR FRIEND AND CO-WORKER JIMMIY L MOORE,KEITH IS THE EXCU.DIRECTOR OF BLACKNEWSMIAMI.COM, LOG ON..”… Read More »

Jimmie Lee Moore aka “Stringpuller” James Brown Bass Player for 20 years

Jimmie Lee Moore was James Brown’s bass player for over twenty years traveling on the roard, on multiple tv performances, live concert gigs, studio sessions, and just plain livin’ the life. Jimmie can be contacted through his website at http://www.stringpuller.net

Interview with Iconic Bass Player Carol Kaye

A classic Bass Player icon: Motown bassist Carol Kaye in a video interview. Enjoy! BASS PLAYER: Carol Kaye Interview "See the rest of the Carol Kaye interview at http://bassplayer.com/Artists." Carol played on some of the greatest songs in Motown, including I Was Made To Love Her – Stevie Wonder  What'd I Say, A Little Less Conversation, Suspicious Minds etc. – Elvis Presley (this cut is claimed by 4 others too) Bless The Beasts And… Read More »