The J.B.'s ‎– Pass The Peas: The Best Of The J.B.'s

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1 Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s* Doing It To Death, Pt.1
Alto Saxophone – Maceo ParkerBacking Vocals – Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s*Bass – Fred Thomas (2)Drums – John "Jabo" Starks*Guitar – Hearlon "Cheese" Martin*, Jimmy NolenTenor Saxophone – Eldee Williams, St. Clair Pinckney*Trombone, Vocals – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Darryl "Hasaan" Jamison*, Isiah "Ike" Oakley*, Jerone "Jasaan" Sanford*Vocals, Written-By – James Brown
5:05
2 The J.B.'s Hot Pants Road
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy ParkerBacking Vocals – James BrownBass – Fred Thomas (2)Drums – John "Jabo" Starks*Guitar – Hearlon "Cheese" Martin*, Robert ColemanOrgan – Dave Matthews (3)Tambourine – Bobby ByrdTenor Saxophone – Eldee Williams, St. Clair Pinckney*Trombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Isiah "Ike" Oakley*, Jerone "Jasaan" Sanford*, Russell CrimesWritten-By – Charles Bobbit, James Brown
2:44
3 The J.B.'s Pass The Peas
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy ParkerBass – Fred Thomas (2)Drums – John "Jabo" Starks*Guitar – Hearlon "Cheese" Martin*, Robert ColemanOrgan – James BrownTenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Trombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Jerone "Jasaan" Sanford*, Russell CrimesVocals – The J.B.'sVoice [Spoken Introduction] – Bobby ByrdWritten-By – Charles Bobbit, James Brown, St. Clair Pinckney*
3:30
4 The J.B.'s Gimme Some More
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy ParkerBass – Fred Thomas (2)Drums – John "Jabo" Starks*Guitar – Hearlon "Cheese" Martin*, Robert ColemanOrgan, Tambourine – Bobby ByrdTenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Trombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Isiah "Ike" Oakley*, Jerone "Jasaan" Sanford*, Russell CrimesVocals – The J.B.'sWritten-By – Charles Bobbit, James Brown
3:06
5 Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s* Blow Your Head
Alto Saxophone – Maceo ParkerBaritone Saxophone [Probably] – Alfred "PeeWee" Ellis*Bass [Probably] – Gordon EdwardsDrums [Probably] – Jimmy MadisonGuitar [Probably] – Joe Beck, Sam Brown (2)Percussion [Probably] – Sue EvansSynthesizer – James BrownTenor Saxophone [Probably] – Frank Vicari, Joe Farrell, St. Clair Pinckney*Trombone – Fred WesleyTrombone [Probably] – Tom MaloneTrumpet [Probably] – Jon Faddis, Lou Soloff*Written-By – Fred Wesley, James Brown
4:43
6 The J.B.'s The Grunt, Pt. 1
Arranged By – James Brown, The J.B.'sBass – William "Bootsy" Collins*Drums – Frank "Kash" Waddy*Guitar – Phelps "Catfish" Collins*Maracas – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistPiano – Bobby ByrdTenor Saxophone – Robert "Chopper" McCollough*Trumpet – Clayton "Chicken" Gunnels*, Darryl "Hasaan" Jamison*Written-By – William Collins*, Phelps Collins*, Clayton Gunnels*, Clyde Stubblefield, Darryl Jamison*, Frank Waddy, James Brown, Johnny Griggs, Robert McCollough*
2:49
7 The J.B.'s Givin' Up Food For Funk, Pt. 1
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy ParkerArranged By, Organ, Tambourine, Written-By – James BrownArranged By, Trombone, Written-By – Fred WesleyBass – Fred Thomas (2)Congas – Johnny GriggsDrums – John "Jabo" Starks*Guitar – Hearlon "Cheese" Martin*, Jimmy "Chank" Nolen*Tenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Trumpet – Ike Oakley*, Russell CrimesVocals – The J.B.'s
3:09
8 Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s* Same Beat, Pt. 1
Alto Saxophone – Maceo ParkerArranged By – Fred WesleyArranged By, Organ, Other [Arp Synthesizer Overdub], Percussion, Vocals, Written-By – James BrownBass – Fred Thomas (2)Congas – Johnny GriggsDrums – John "Jabo" Starks*Guitar – Hearlon "Cheese" Martin*, Jimmy NolenPercussion [Probably] – John Morgan (2)Presenter [Announcer, Probably] – Hank SpannTenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Vocals – Unknown Artist, Unknown ArtistVocals [Probably], Effects [Electronic Effects, Probably] – Bob Both
3:21
9 Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s* Damn Right, I Am Somebody, Pt. 1 (7-Inch Single Mix)
Alto Saxophone – Maceo ParkerArranged By, Vocals, Written-By – James BrownBass – Fred Thomas (2)Congas – Johnny GriggsDrums – John "Jabo" Starks*Guitar – Hearlon "Cheese" Martin*, Jimmy NolenPercussion [Probably] – John Morgan (2)Tenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Trombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Isiah "Ike" Oakley*
3:32
10 Fred & The New J.B.'s Breakin' Bread
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy Parker, Maceo ParkerArranged By, Backing Vocals, Trombone, Lead Vocals, Written-By – Fred WesleyArranged By, Written-By – James BrownBass – Fred Thomas (2)Congas, Percussion – Johnny GriggsDrums – John "Jabo" Starks*Guitar – "Sweet" Charles Sherrell*Percussion, Vocals – John Morgan (2)Tenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Trumpet – Russell Crimes
4:22
11 Fred & The New J.B.'s (It's Not The Express) It's The J.B.'s Monaurail, Pts.1 & 2
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy Parker, Maceo ParkerBass – Fred Thomas (2)Clavinet – "Sweet" Charles Sherrell*Drums – John Morgan (2)Guitar – Hearlon "Cheese" Martin*, Jimmy NolenPercussion – Johnny GriggsProducer, Trombone, Vocals – Fred WesleyTenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Trumpet – Russell CrimesVocals – Fred & The New J.B.'sVocals, Written-By – James Brown
8:16
12 Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s* If You Don't Get It The First Time, Back Up And Try It Again, Party
Alto Saxophone – Maceo ParkerBass – Fred Thomas (2)Drums – John "Jabo" Starks*Guitar – Hearlon "Cheese" Martin*, Jimmy NolenTenor Saxophone – St. Clair Pinckney*Trombone – Fred WesleyTrumpet – Isiah "Ike" Oakley*Vocals – Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s*Vocals, Written-By – James Brown
3:33

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Polydor, a Universal Music Company
℗ © 2000 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Distributed by Universal Music and Video Distribution, Inc.

Digitally remastered from original masters using 96k/24-bit at Universal Mastering Studios East

Photos Credits: Courtesy of Leeds & Associates.

-Track 1 was recorded January 29, 1973, International Studios, Augusta, GA. Original single version, released March, 1973, as People PE621.

-Track 2 was recorded October 5 or 6, 1971, Bobby Smith Studios, Macon, GA. Originally released April, 1972, as People PE607, B-Side to "Pass The Peas".

-Track 3 was recorded June 28 or 29, 1971, Bobby Smith Studios, Macon, GA. Originally release April, 1972, as People single PE607. Also issued on the People album Food For Thought (Pass The Peas I Mean Gimme Some More).

-Track 4 was recorded September 2, 1971, Soundcraft, North Augusta, SC. Originally released November 1971, as People single PE602. Also issued on the People album Food For Thought (Pass The Peas I Mean Gimme Some More).

-Track 5 was recorded November 30, 1973, A&R Studios, New York, NY. Originally released April, 1974, on the People album Damn Right I Am Somebody (PE 6602).

-Track 6 was recorded May 19, 1970, King Studios, Cincinnati, OH. Originally released June, 1970, as King single K6319. Also issued on the People album Food For Thought (Pass The Peas I Mean Gimme Some More).

-Track 7 was recorded June 12, 1972, A&R Studios, New York, NY. Originally release as People single PE610.

-Track 8 was recorded August 8, 1973, International Studios, Augusta, GA. Originally released January, 1974, as People single PE632. Also issued on the People album Damn Right I Am Somebody.

-Track 9 was recorded February 19, 1974, Sound Ideas, New York, NY. Original 7-inch single mix, released May, 1974, as People single PE638.

-Track 10 was recorded June 27, 1974, Sound Ideas, New York, NY. Originally released December, 1974, as People single PE648. Also issued on the People album Breakin' Bread.

-Track 11 was recorded April 28, 1975, Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco, CA. Originally released June, 1975, as People single PE655. Also issued on the People album Hustle With Speed.

-Track 12 was recorded june 28, 1973, International Studios, Augusta, GA. Originally released September, 1973, as People single PE627. Also issued on the People album Damn Right I Am Somebody (PE 6602).

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 01215 77442 9
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-151027 1 B01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L328
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5078

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