James Brown ‎– In The Jungle Groove

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Polydor ‎– 829 624-1 Y-2, Polydor ‎– 422-829-624-1 Y2
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Remastered
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A1 It's A New Day
Baritone Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Bass – 'Sweet Charles' Sherrell*Congas – Art LopezDrums – Melvin ParkerGuitar – Alphonso 'Country' Kellum*, Jimmy 'Chank' Nolen*Tenor Saxophone – L.D. "Eldee" Williams*, Maceo Parker
6:15
A2 Funky Drummer
Baritone Saxophone – Louis TilfordBass – 'Sweet Charles' Sherrell*Drums – Clyde StubblefieldGuitar – Alphonso 'Country' Kellum*, Jimmy 'Chank' Nolen*Organ – James BrownTenor Saxophone – L.D. "Eldee" Williams*, Maceo ParkerTrombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Joe Davis*, Richard 'Kush' Griffeth*
9:13
B1 Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose (Remix)
Bass – William 'Bootsy' Collins*Congas – Johnny GriggsDrums – Clyde StubblefieldEngineer – J.C. Convertino*Guitar – Phelps 'Catfish' Collins*Organ – Bobby ByrdRemix, Mixed By – Tim RogersTenor Saxophone – Robert McCollough*Trumpet – Clayton 'Chicken' Gunnells*, Darryl 'Hasaan' Jamison*
6:09
B2 I Got To Move
Bass – William 'Bootsy' Collins*Congas – Johnny GriggsDrums – Clyde StubblefieldEngineer – J.C. Convertino*Guitar – Phelps 'Catfish' Collins*Mixed By – Tim RogersOrgan – Bobby ByrdTenor Saxophone – Robert McCollough*Trumpet – Clayton 'Chicken' Gunnells*, Darryl 'Hasaan' Jamison*
7:12
B3 Funky Drummer (Bonus Beat Reprise)
Edited By – Danny Krivit
2:54
C1 Talkin' Loud & Sayin' Nothing (Remix)
Baritone Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Bass – William 'Bootsy' Collins*Congas – Johnny GriggsDrums – Clyde StubblefieldGuitar – Phelps 'Catfish' Collins*, Hearlon 'Cheese' Martin*Organ, Vocals – Bobby ByrdRemix, Mixed By – Tim RogersTenor Saxophone – Robert McCollough*Trumpet – Clayton 'Chicken' Gunnells*, Darryl 'Hasaan' Jamison*
7:40
C2 Get Up, Get Into It And Get Involved
Baritone Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Bass – William 'Bootsy' Collins*Congas – Johnny GriggsDrums – Clyde StubblefieldGuitar – Phelps 'Catfish' Collins*, Hearlon 'Cheese' Martin*Tenor Saxophone – Robert McCollough*Trumpet – Darryl 'Hasaan' Jamison*, Jerone 'Jasaan' Melson*Vocals – Bobby Byrd
7:05
D1 Soul Power (Re-Edit)
Bass – William 'Bootsy' Collins*Congas – Johnny GriggsDrums – John 'Jabo' Starks*Edited By – Danny KrivitGuitar – Bobby Roach, Phelps 'Catfish' Collins*Tenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Trombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Clayton 'Chicken' Gunnells*, Darryl 'Hasaan' Jamison*Vocals – Bobby Byrd
8:07
D2 Hot Pants (She Got To Use What She Got To Get What She Wants)
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy ParkerBass – Fred Thomas (2)Drums – John 'Jabo' Starks*Guitar – Hearlon 'Cheese' Martin*, Robert ColemanTenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Trombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Jerone 'Jasaan' Melson*, Russell Crimes
8:42

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Track A1: recorded September 3rd 1969, King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Original issue (Parts 1 & 2): King 45-6292, February 1970.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 3 R&B, No. 32 Pop.
First album issue: King LP-1095, June 1970.
Track A2: recorded November 20th 1969, King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Original issue (Parts 1 & 2): King 45-6290, March 1970.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 20 R&B, No.51 Pop.
Previously unissued on album.
Track B1: recorded July 22nd 1970, King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Unissued on 45.
First album issue (with overdubbed audience): King LP-1115, September 1970.
Track B2: recorded August 16th 1970, Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida.
(Previously Unreleased)
Track C1: recorded October 1st 1970, Bobby Smith Studios, Macon, Georgia.
First proposed release: King S45-6359, January 1971 (unissued).
Original issue (Parts 1&2): Polydor 45-PD14109, February 1972.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 1 R&B, No. 27 Pop.
First album issue (5½ minutes only): Polydor PD5028, June 1972.
Track C2: recorded November 3rd 1970, King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Original issue (Parts 1&2): King 45-6347, December 1970.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 4 R&B, No. 34 Pop.
First album issue (Part 1 only): Polydor U.K. 2391 116, November 1973.
(MONO)
Track D1: recorded January 26th 1971, Rodel Studios, Washington, D.C.
Original issue (Parts 1,2&3): King 45-6368, March 1971.
Highest Billboard chart rating: No. 3 R&B, No. 29 Pop.
First album issue (Part 1 only): Polydor PD5401, June 1972.
(MONO)
Track D2: recorded July 12th 1971, Rodel Studios, Washington, D.C.
Unissued on 45.
First album issue: Polydor PD4054, August 1971.

B1, B2, C1 mixed at Sigma Sound, NY

Mastered at Masterdisk (Digitally Remastered)

This Compilation ℗ 1986 PolyGram Records, Inc. © 1986 PolyGram Records, Inc. Manufactured and Marketed by PolyGram Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 422-829624-1 6
  • Barcode: 042282962416
  • Other: 0501
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): A- ▻ 422·829·624-1 -AS- HRM MASTERDISK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MASTERDISK A- ▻ 422·829·624-1 -BS- HRM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): A- ▻ 422·829·624-1 -CS- HRM MASTERDISK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): MASTERDISK A- ▻ 422·829·624-1 -DS- HRM

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URBDC 11, 829 624-1 Y-2 James Brown In The Jungle Groove(Cass, Comp) Urban (2), Polydor URBDC 11, 829 624-1 Y-2 UK 1986 Sell This Version
829 624-1 Y James Brown In The Jungle Groove(2xLP, Comp) Polydor 829 624-1 Y Netherlands 1986 Sell This Version
829 624-2 James Brown In The Jungle Groove(CD, Comp, Mono, RE, RP) Polydor 829 624-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
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829 624-2 James Brown In The Jungle Groove(CD, Comp) Polydor 829 624-2 Germany 1986 Sell This Version

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airbagabe

airbagabe

January 8, 2020
A digitally remastered compilation album. Sounds fine. I don't understand the inflated value.
midnightrunner

midnightrunner

August 15, 2019
edited 7 months ago
This record contains some of James Brown's most notable and funky compositions. You would expect this fact to make him smile and be jolly, but instead, he looks quite pensive on the front cover. My mam is convinced this is because he was deeply conflicted by the trend of the new up-and-coming rappers swearing and blaspheming on top of his music, while he sat back and profited from their heinous wordplay, spending vast amounts of these ill-gotten gains on addictive narcotics such as crack cocaine, wine and cigarettes. As my mam said, the devil makes work for idle hands - and as she pointed out to me, James Brown's hands look very idle in this picture!!