0:00 Intro0:33 Get Up Offa That ThingJames Brown on The Midnight Special from May 6, 1977.http://www.radicalwebsound.com/viewtopic.php?f=127&t=11346Check out Get Up Offa That Thing by James Brown on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or acquire CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com.'GET UP OFFA THAT THING" was in the beginning released as Polydor PD-1-6071 in 1976, the second one album of recent subject material James Brown launched that yr, between 'HOT' (nonetheless unreleased on CD) and 'BODYHEAT.'It featured a canopy illustrated through Patricia Dryden reminiscent of fresh albums through Miles Davis comparable to 'ON THE CORNER' whose concurrent track was once additionally in part knowledgeable by way of James Brown's.Listen to Get Up Offa That Thing through James Brown, 37,216 Shazams, featuring on '60s Hits Essentials, and Inspirational Songs Essentials Apple Music playlists.
Follow Neon Steve!https://www.facebook.com/djneonstevehttps://soundcloud.com/neonsteveFREE Download: https://soundcloud.com/neonsteve/james-brown-get-up-off-...Find Deals on Get Up Offa That Thing James Brown in R&B MP3s on Amazon.James Brown's music can make even the stiffest body get on the dancefloor and bust a move.His undying songs have impressed artists for generations as he pioneered funk and has been sampled countless occasions in hip-hop. There isn't an artist these days in pop, hip hop, or soul that hasn't been influenced by James Brown.Lyrics and video for the music Get Up Offa That Thing by way of James Brown - Songfacts Get up offa that thing, And shake 'till you're feeling better, Get up offa that thing, And try to unlock that force! Wait a minute! Hold it! YouTube; Contribution. Suggest a Songfact or Artistfact;
http://davidtwalker.comhttp://www.facebook.com/MrDavidTWalkerMovie Title:Dr. Detroit (1983)Provided to YouTube by Universal Music GroupGet Up Offa That Thing · James BrownChilly Sweat & Other Soul Classics: James Brown℗ 1976 UMG Recordings, Inc.Relea...'GET UP OFFA THAT THING" used to be in the beginning released as Polydor PD-1-6071 in 1976, the second one album of latest subject matter James Brown launched that yr, between ' HOT ' (nonetheless unreleased on CD) and ' BODYHEAT.'It featured a canopy illustrated through Patricia Dryden harking back to recent albums via Miles Davis ' ON THE CORNER ' whose concurrent track was once in part infnormed by means of James Brown's.James Joseph Brown (May 3, 1933 - December 25, 2006) was an American singer, songwriter, dancer, musician, file producer and bandleader. A progenitor of funk music and a big determine of twentieth century common music and dance, he's ceaselessly referred to as the "Godfather of Soul". In a occupation that lasted 50 years, he influenced the improvement of a number of music genres.On Label: From the Forthcoming PoLydor Album PD-1-6071 "Get Up Offa That Thing"JAMES BROWN-MINISTER OF NEW NEW SUPER HEAVY FUNK
'GET UP OFFA THAT THING" used to be at first launched as Polydor PD-1-6071 in 1976, the second one album of new material James Brown released that year, between ' HOT ' (still unreleased on CD) and ' BODYHEAT .' It featured a cover illustrated by Patricia Dryden reminiscent of contemporary albums by way of Miles Davis such as ' ON THE CORNER ' whose concurrent song used to be also partially knowledgeable through James Brown's. Although some believe this a disco album, the one lower right here with an overtly "disco beat" is the tepid "You Took My Heart," the remaining is classic James Brown. The opening reduce "Medley: Get Up Offa That Thing / Release The Pressure" turned into his ultimate Top Ten hit on Polydor. It used to be inspired via a show the place Brown needed to exhort a torpid target audience to do the similar. His scream to start with sent the level meters within the studio off the dimensions, ensuing within the opening distortion! The second single taken from the album, "I Refuse To Lose," an enjoyably rapid and funky concoction sponsored by way of the bluesy "Home Again," did not fare as neatly. The album's highlights are "Can't Take It With You" and "This Feeling." The former begins with a beat harking back to "Say It Loud," however morphs into a drivin' mover with a celebration surroundings, that includes very good keyboard and guitar breaks. The latter ends the album on a more laid-back but regularly funky observe. "This Feeling" is principally a remake of "I Got The Feeling" coming at you from another perspective. The twin guitar and drum work here's a grasp elegance within the funk. Trumpeter Hollie Farris considers the recording sessions for this album to be a highlight of his profession, and that vibe displays throughout the music. 'GET UP OFFA THAT THING' used to be launched in 2007 in Japan in a now out-of-print mini-LP sleeve and as a part of a mucho-expensive box set. This contemporary Japanese Limited Edition jewel-case reissue is relatively affordable in the event you go searching (cdjapan .29 + postage). Here's the observe list and discographical data......1. Medley: Get Up Offa That Thing / Release The Pressure** 9:18 (Polydor-14328-A/B, June 1976, #4 R&B, #45 Pop)2. You Took My Heart 3:233. I Refuse To Lose 7:34*** (Polydor-14354A, August 1976, #Forty seven R&B)4. Can't Take It With You 9:065. Home Again* 4:29 (Polydor-14354B, August 1976, #Forty seven R&B)6. This Feeling 8:23Known recording data (Tracks 2,4 & 6 had been most likely recorded at one of the below classes, any documented additions welcomed):*Recorded April 19, 1976, Criteria Studios, Miami, FLJames Brown - vocals"Sweet" Charles Sherrell - bassRobert Coleman - guitarJimmy Nolen - guitarMelvin Parker - drumsMike Lawler - piano, organ & ARP string-synthesizerSt. Clair Pickney - tenor saxPeyton "P.J." Johnson - tenor saxJoe Poff - alto saxHollie Farris - trumpetRussell Crimes - trumpetVarious band individuals - background vocalsArranged and Produced by means of James Brown**Recorded April 29, 1976, Criteria Studios, Miami, FLJames Brown - vocals & background vocals"Sweet" Charles Sherrell - bassRobert Coleman - guitarJimmy Nolen - guitarMelvin Parker - drumsMike Lawler - clavinetSt. Clair Pickney - tenor saxPeyton "P.J." Johnson - tenor saxJoe Poff - alto saxHollie Farris - trumpetRussell Crimes - trumpetVarious band participants - background vocalsArranged and Produced by way of James Brown***Recorded June 18, 1976, International Studios, Augusta, GAJames Brown - vocals & background vocals"Sweet" Charles Sherrell - bassRobert Coleman - guitarJimmy Nolen - guitarMelvin Parker - drumsMike Lawler - organSt. Clair Pickney - tenor saxPeyton "P.J." Johnson - tenor saxJoe Poff - alto saxHollie Farris - trumpet or valve tromboneRussell Crimes - trumpetVarious band individuals - background vocalsUnidentified - percussionArranged and Produced by James BrownOne criticism I've about most recent Japanese reissues from the Universal Music Group are the CD label aspects. In the previous in the event you bought a dear Japanese CD you should be assured it might include a pleasant copy of the unique label. Not to any extent further. Now you are lucky if the CD label aspect a minimum of has a color, most are just silver like the enjoying facet with standard black lettering. Even costly SHM-CDs in mini-LP sleeves and SHM-CD SETS are being launched this way. The older James Brown CD issues had a lifeless black and silver Polydor label repro, nevertheless it was once higher than not anything, on those latest reissues that's what you get...not anything. Considering the price of some, it's a sin! I've sent e-mails complaining, not positive if it does any good, but it surely does not hurt to check out. Here's the address: [email protected]