James Brown: Soul Brother No. 1 (1933-2006) 

The story of a Georgian who rose from poverty to become a cultural icon, as told by the people who knew him best

To describe the sheer electricity James Brown generated on stage in his prime is virtually impossible to anyone who wasn't there to witness it firsthand. You might as well try to describe jazz. He was the most physical singer who ever lived…

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