I got the feelin' James Brown in the '60s.

Format: DVD 2008
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Location Collection Status
CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio - Nonfiction Video ON HOLDSHELF
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio - Nonfiction Video
 
Status  ON HOLDSHELF
 
 
Summary
A tribute to both James Brown's contribution to American music and his often overlooked impact on American race relations, featuring two live concert performances and an in-depth look at the moment Brown emerged as a political and social ambassador following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
Contents
disc 1. The night James Brown saved Boston / VH1 RockDocs ; FremantleMedia ; directed by David Leaf ; produced by David Leaf, Arlene Wszalek ; producers, Eric Kulberg, Morgan Neville ; written by Morgan Neville (74 min.). disc 2. James Brown live at the Boston Garden, April 5, 1968 (81 min.): Opening speeches
That's life
Kansas City
Medley. It's a man's man's man's world ; Lost someone ; Bewildered
Get it together
There was a time
I got the feelin'
Try me
Medley. Cold sweat ; Ride the pony ; Cold sweat (reprise)
Maybe the last time
I got you (I feel good)
Please, please, please
I can't stand myself (When you touch me). disc 3. James Brown live at the Apollo '68 (50 min.): If I ruled the world
That's life
Kansas City
Medley. It's a man's man's man's world ; Lost someone ; Bewildered
James Brown in Harlem and Watts (commentary)
Get it together
There was a time
I got the feelin'
Try me
Medley. Cold sweat ; Maybe the last time ; I got you (I feel good) ; Please, please, please ; I can't stand myself (When you touch me) ; Cold sweat (reprise).

Additional Information
Subjects Brown, James, -- 1933-2006.
King, Martin Luther, -- Jr., -- 1929-1968 -- Assassination.
Soul music.
Popular music -- 1961-1970.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- 1964-1975.
Boston (Mass.) -- Race relations.
United States -- History -- 1961-1969.
Concert films.
Documentary films.
Historical films.
Nonfiction films.
Publisher Los Angeles, CA :Shout! Factory,2008
Edition Widescreen and full screen.
Other Titles Live at the Boston Garden, April 5, 1968.
Live at the Apollo '68.
James Brown in the '60s
I got the feeling
Contributors Brown, James, 1933-2006, performer.
Haysbert, Dennis, narrator.
Leaf, David, 1952- film director, film producer.
Wszalek, Arlene, film producer.
Kulberg, Eric, film producer.
Neville, Morgan, film producer, screenwriter.
Famous Flames (Musical group), performer.
VH1 Rock Docs (Firm), production company.
FremantleMedia, production company.
Shout! Factory (Firm), publisher.
Participants/Performers James Brown, vocals; in part with the Famous Flames and other assisting musicians.
The night James Brown saved Boston: Narrator, Dennis Haysbert.
Other Contributors The night James Brown saved Boston: Director of photography, Nicola Marsh ; editor, Peter S. Lynch, II ; original score, Tom Rizzo.
Language English
Notes Title from container.
The night James Brown saved Boston originally released as a documentary film in 2008.
Running times stated containers include special features.
Program notes by David Leaf and Rickey Vincent (23 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 19 cm.) inserted in container.
Special features: Extended interviews with Charles Bobbit, Dr. Robert Hall, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rickey Vincent, Dr. Cornel West, and members of the James Brown Band; the Boston premiere panel discussion; James Brown speech; Bonus preformances: Out of sight (Oct. 1964, The T.A.M.I. show), I got you (I feel good) (July 14, 1966, L'Olympia, Paris), It's a man's man's man's world (Nov. 25, 1967, L'Olympia, Paris).
System Details DVD; NTSC; widescreen (16:9) (The night James Brown saved Boston) and full screen (James Brown live at the Boston Garden, April 5, 1968; James Brown live at the Apollo '68) presentations.
Description 3 videodiscs (181 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN 9781603991124 (set)
1603991123 (set)
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