James Brown ‎– Love Power Peace

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Tracklist

Intro 1:12
Brother Rapp 3:03
Ain't It Funky Now 5:36
Georgia On My Mind 6:12
It's A New Day 2:53
Bewildered 4:19
Sex Machine 8:45
Try Me 2:24
Medley : Papa's Got A Brand New Bag / I Got You (I Feel Good) / I Got The Feelin' 1:30
Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose 5:14
It's A Man's Man's Man's World 5:43
Please Please Please 2:09
Sex Machine (Reprise) 0:39
Super Bad 5:08
Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved 2:07
Soul Power 4:25
Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved (Finale) 3:34

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
314 513 389-2 James Brown Love Power Peace(CD, Album) Polydor 314 513 389-2 US 1992 Sell This Version
P2-13389 James Brown Love Power Peace - Live At The Olympia, Paris, 1971(CD, Album) Polydor P2-13389 US 1992 Sell This Version
513 389-2 James Brown Love Power Peace - Live At The Olympia, Paris, 1971(CD, Album) Polydor 513 389-2 Europe 1992 Sell This Version
MOONRAKER 151 James Brown A Funky Good Time(CD, Album, Unofficial) Moonraker MOONRAKER 151 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
LP 5470, LP-5470 James Brown Love Power Peace(3xLP, Album, Mixed, Tri) Sundazed Music, Sundazed Music, Polydor LP 5470, LP-5470 US 2014 Sell This Version
UICY-77147 James Brown Love Power Peace - Live At The Olympia, Paris, 1971(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Polydor UICY-77147 Japan 2015 Sell This Version
513 389-2 James Brown Love Power Peace (Live At The Olympia, Paris, 1971)(CD, Album, RP) Polydor 513 389-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
314 513 389-2 James Brown Love Power Peace | Live At The Olympia, Paris, 1971(CD, Album, RE) Polydor 314 513 389-2 US Unknown Sell This Version

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nnickdl

nnickdl

December 17, 2015
referencing Love Power Peace, 3xLP, Album, Mixed, Tri, LP 5470, LP-5470
While I love the vinyl reissue overall, the main problem I had was the insistence, in the name of (misguided) authenticity, to replicate the track order according to how one might have listened to the LPs in the mid-70's, with an automatic (stacking) record changer (sides 1 and 6 together, 2 with 5, and 3 with 4). Most would agree that the ideals of vinyl authenticity are best "honored" in terms of audio/sound quality (sourcing from original master tapes) followed by the visual/tactile in terms of graphics, text and packaging. However, given that the vinyl was finally released in 2014, I do not know of many vinyl listeners today using an automatic record changer turntable. As a result, listening to the 3xLP concert in chronologic order, as sequenced here, is an aggravation, where one is forced to - manually - change LPs after each side instead of simply having to flip each LP to the next (chronologic) side (side 1 with 2, 3 with 4, and 5 with 6).
arrows42

arrows42

January 7, 2015
referencing Love Power Peace, 3xLP, Album, Mixed, Tri, LP 5470, LP-5470

Fantastic to finally have this full night of music released. "Love Peace Power" was always my favorite James Brown CD. If I'm not mistaken, it was Brown himself's idea of how the songs were laid out. That might explain the song splits. Personally, they didn't bother me much. The additional tracks more than make up for the splits. The other singers songs are fine versions to hear. The one thing I wish was a little cleaner was the actual mastering onto the vinyl. Overall, it's a good enough job. The only live performance of the original JBs. Any fan of them will enjoy.
RL4LTemp

RL4LTemp

August 27, 2014
referencing Love Power Peace, 3xLP, Album, Mixed, Tri, LP 5470, LP-5470

Having had a change to listen to the album (both as it was released in 1992, as well as here, the way it was INTENDED to be heard), it is hard to pick which is the essential version. The set above is wonderful--Vicki's vocals on "Yesterday" alone make it one of the best covers I have ever heard--and yet the flaws can be hard to overlook: due to the limitations of the media (or just how it was mastered originally), each side was just about over 15 minutes. So "Georgia On My Mind," "Bewildered" and "Try Me" are split into two (most puzzling is the latter--short enough as it is, part two that opens side five is just TWELVE SECONDS LONG, which is just unneccessary). Then you have "Who Am I", revealed to be a studio track overdubbed with audience from other spots of the album (as James, let's face it, has pretty much done on almost ALL his live albums). While a great track, he ends up using most of the audience reaction that people recognize to close out the album -- not only does it just sound out of place, but because of the subtraction, the album doesn't really end with the bang it deserves and that we're familiar with - it just ends.
Joshu888

Joshu888

July 22, 2014
referencing Love Power Peace, 3xLP, Album, Mixed, Tri, LP 5470, LP-5470
This release has been delayed a couple weeks! Should ship sometime in August
nnickdl

nnickdl

May 2, 2014
referencing Love Power Peace, CD, Album, 314 513 389-2
Pretty much the greatest live album ever... way overdue for a vinyl release... deluxe 2xLP gatefold sourced from master tapes... please.