Label: Polydor - 2659 011 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP Gatefold • Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Funk
Over five minutes long, this later recording used a substantially different instrumental arrangementwith an added organ riff and a florid basslineas well as different lyrics. This version features Clyde Stubblefield on drum kit performing in tandem with congas.
The remixed version has been extensively sampled. A genuine live version of the song appears on the album Live at Chastain Park rec.
In Lyn Collins recorded the song, with Brown producing. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the song by James Brown. A year later, reinvigorated by his new band, Mr. Brown would readdress "Give It Up".
Where the original version percolated with jazzy overtones, this revisit was kinetic, raw, uncut. This monster funk bomb exploded in the underground in '73, when a young Bronx DJ named Kool DJ Herc would load on the turntables two copies of Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose - James Brown - Revolution Of The Mind (Recorded Live At The Apollo Vol Sex Machine album and between them he would run an extended cut 'n' mix of the percussion breakdown.
Hip-hop was born. The Wit Me Dub - Khiflee - Mixtape Collection Vol 5 have been felt ever since. Record Research. In Star Time pp. New York: PolyGram Records. The Funk Box CD box set booklet.
Hip-O Records. Spin magazine. May 21, Archived from the original on February 23, Retrieved February 23, Note: The drums conga tandem is self-evident in minutes 4 and 5 of the recording. James Brown singles.