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Released as his thirty-nineth studio album, 'Reality' is generally seen as the end of the classic J.B.'s era for James Brown. However, although it is a slight change from his previous sound and style, this is actually a very consistent album. 'The Godfather Of Soul' has graduated to the 'Minister Of New Super Heavy Funk'. It's the title song that sets the tone for the album with Mr. Brown still very much in his blacksploitation mode of heavy orchestrated rhythms and the use of flute and string orchestrations. Of the ballads "I'm Broken Hearted" again revives the blacksploitation style orchestral/cinematic production while "Who Can I Turn To" brings out his renowned soul pleader vocal approach. You better "turn on your funk motor" and get to the 'Reality'.
Released as his thirty-nineth studio album, 'Reality' is generally seen as the end of the classic J.B.'s era for James Brown. However, although it is a slight change from his previous sound and style, this is actually a very consistent album. 'The Godfather Of Soul' has graduated to the 'Minister Of New Super Heavy Funk'. It's the title song that sets the tone for the album with Mr. Brown still very much in his blacksploitation mode of heavy orchestrated rhythms and the use of flute and string orchestrations. Of the ballads "I'm Broken Hearted" again revives the blacksploitation style orchestral/cinematic production while "Who Can I Turn To" brings out his renowned soul pleader vocal approach. You better "turn on your funk motor" and get to the 'Reality'.
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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 01/28/2022
UPC: 600753942758

Reality (Hol)
Artist: James Brown
Format: CD
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Released as his thirty-nineth studio album, 'Reality' is generally seen as the end of the classic J.B.'s era for James Brown. However, although it is a slight change from his previous sound and style, this is actually a very consistent album. 'The Godfather Of Soul' has graduated to the 'Minister Of New Super Heavy Funk'. It's the title song that sets the tone for the album with Mr. Brown still very much in his blacksploitation mode of heavy orchestrated rhythms and the use of flute and string orchestrations. Of the ballads "I'm Broken Hearted" again revives the blacksploitation style orchestral/cinematic production while "Who Can I Turn To" brings out his renowned soul pleader vocal approach. You better "turn on your funk motor" and get to the 'Reality'.
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