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James Brown - Double Dynamite DVD
Review by Gary Hill
What can you say about James Brown that hasn’t been said before? The man was the king of soul and an incredible entertainer.
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James Brown - Live in Montreux 1981 DVD
Review by Gary Hill
When it’s James Brown how much do you really need to say? The man is the Godfather of Soul, and for that style of music it just doesn’t get much better than this.
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Various Artists - America’s Music Legacy – Soul DVD
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This is a concert from 1983 and while the staging and other aspects have a tendency to be a little silly or dated, the performances make it all worthwhile.

 


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Pat Boone - R&B Duet Hits
Review by G. W. Hill

This is quite an intriguing set. We get Pat Boone paired with a lot of different artists for classic R&B tunes.


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Various Artists - The Hammond Organ: An Introduction to the Instrument and the Players Who Made it Famous written by Scott Faragher
Review by G. W. Hill

There are only a few musical instruments that have changed music and defined a sound.


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