James Brown’s ‘Please Please Please’

James Brown’s ‘Please Please Please’ is his debut studio album recorded between February 24, 1956 and September 18, 1958, with the Famous Flames and released in 1959 by King.

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Track Listing : 1.Please, Please, Please (James Brown, John Terry) – 02:47 . 2.Chonnie-On-Chon (James Brown, Bobby Byrd) – 02:13 . 3.Hold My Baby’S Hand (James Brown, Trevor Smith) – 02:14 . 4.I Feel That Old Feeling Coming On (Nash Knox) – 02:35 . 5.Just Won’T Do Right (James Brown) – 02:37 . 6.Baby Cries Over The Ocean (James Brown) – 02:38 . 7.I Don’T Know (James Brown) – 02:48 . 8.Tell Me What I Did Wrong (James Brown) – 02:23 . 9.Try Me (James Brown) – 02:33 . 10.That Dood It (Rudy Toombs) – 02:29 . 11.Begging, Begging (Julius Dixson, Rudy Toombs) – 02:54 . 12.I Walked Alone (James Brown) – 02:43 . 13.No, No, No, No (James Brown) – 02:15 . 14.That’S When I Lost My Heart (James Brown) – 02:52 . 15.Let’S Make It (James Brown) – 02:27 . 16.Love Or A Game (James Brown) – 02:15

Musicians : James Brown – Lead Vocals . The Famous Flames – Band . Nafloyd Scott – Guitar . Bobby Byrd – Background Vocals . Johnny Terry – Background Vocals . Sylvester Keels – Background Vocals . Bill Hollings – Background Vocals . Louis Madison – Background Vocals . Clifford Scott – Tenor Saxophone . Kenny Burrell – Guitar . Edwyn Conley – Bass . George Dorsey – Alto Saxophone . John Faire – Guitar . David “Panama” Francis – Drums . Reginald Hall – Drums . Ernie Hayes – Piano . Clarence Mack – Bass . Carl Pruitt – Bass . Wilbert Smith – Tenor Saxophone . Ray Felder – Tenor Saxophone . Edison Gore – Drums . Alvin “Fats” Gonder – Piano . Eddie Freeman – Guitar

Production : Produced By Ralph Bass

Recorded February 24, 1956-September 18, 1958.

Released 1959 By King.

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You can hear the sound of a group and its enthusiastic singer looking for a hit, sometimes in the rock & roll of “Chonnie-On-Chon” (1957) or the 1956 B-side “I Feel That Old Feeling Coming On,” sometimes by remaking “Please, Please, Please” under another name, […]

SolidRaiden22 @ RateYourMusic
It’s pretty underrated in that sense, especially since the music is so damn good. It’s not a funky extravaganza like “Sex Machine” or “Live at the Apollo”, but if you can live with that, I think you’ll find this to be a satisfying trip down memory laneand a great look at the beginning of one of music’s finest talents. […]

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