20 All-Time Greatest Hits! songs Product Information
20 All-Time Greatest Hits! album for sale by James Brown was released Oct 22, 1991 on the Polydor label. Personnel: James Brown (vocals).
20 All-Time Greatest Hits! album for sale Product Description
James Brown - 20 All-Time Greatest Hits! Album Track Listing
|1||I got you (I feel Good) See All 110 |
with Famous Flames
|2||Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine, Pt. 1 See All 42 ||5:16|| $0.99|
|3||I Got The Feelin' See All 90 ||2:38|| $1.29|
|4||Mother Popcorn, Pt. 1 See All 5 ||3:16|| $0.99|
|5||Give It Up or Turnit a Loose See All 50 ||2:50|| $1.29||(Available)|
|6||Make It Funky, Pt. 1 See All 11 ||3:16|| $1.29||(Available)|
|7||Papa's Got a Brand New Bag, Pt. 1 See All 17||2:06|| $1.29||(Available)|
|8||Think See All 51 |
with Famous Flames
|9||It's A Man's Man's Man's World See All 97 ||3:42|| $0.99||(Available)|
|10||Try me See All 128 |
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|11||Night Train See All 41 ||3:31|| $1.29|
|12||Cold Sweat, Pt. 1 See All 9||2:51|| $0.99||(Available)|
|13||Get On The Good Foot See All 88 ||3:35|| $1.29|
|14||Papa Don't Take No Mess, Pt. 1 See All 12||4:23|| $1.29|
|15||Payback See All 30 ||7:39|| $1.29|
|16||Say It Loud (I'm Black and I'm Proud), Pt. 1 See All 24 ||2:47|| $1.29||(Available)|
|17||Super Bad, Pts. 1&2 See All 4 |
with J.B.'s, the J.B.'S
|18||Hot Pants, Pt. 1 See All 18|
with J.B.'s, the J.B.'S
|19||Get Up Offa That Thing See All 83 ||4:00|| $1.29||(Available)|
|20||Please, Please, Please See All 118 |
with Famous Flames
20 All-Time Greatest Hits! buy CD music Customer Reviews
List All 7 Reviews
||Great reprensentation of one of the all time greats!|
Most greatest hits albums emphasize a certain oeriod of an artists career. This album does a exceptional job of sampling his entire career.
By Joe (Laurel, MS, USA)
||A CD For James Brown Fan|
By FAAlmaguer (Miami,Fla.)
It does not matter who you are, It does not matter what your taste in music is; If you do not have this album in your collection, you have no soul.
By a reviewer (Atlanta, GA)
||"THE" James Brown album to have!|
It doesn't get much better! His all time hits all in one place. "Get up off that thing" and order this today!
By Ardy (Michigan, USA)
||James Brown cutting up!!|
I've been listen to James Brown ever since I was about 7 or 8 and I'm 17 years old now. He is the best artist I've ever heard.
By MyrnaMatt (Memphis, TN)
|Have you heard this album?
20 All-Time Greatest Hits! songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1055349|
|Release Date||Oct 22, 1991|
|Producer||James Razor Brown|
|Recording Time||70 minutes|
|Personnel||James Brown - vocals|
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