Label: Polydor - LPR 16170 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Mexico • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Funk
By this point Brown 's insane schedule was catching up to him. He seemingly had singles or albums coming out on a weekly basis, and Reality finds him at an artistic impasse. Released in lateReality was one of the few of his '70s albums recorded entirely in N. The title track has him complaining about something or another with the background singers goading him on with, "The Godfather, sing it James Brown. In retrospect it was foolish to except a "fun" album from Brown during this time.
He seemed to view America as a doomed nation, and considered the gas shortage, Watergate, and unemployment lines as signs of the coming apocalypse. A hint of sadness and ennui cloaks over the album. Other signs of desperation were apparent as well, like his cutesy cover of the always hideous "Don't Fence Me In" or "Who Can I Turn To," with Brown 's final whines on the song akin to fingernails screeching a chalkboard.
Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Fiorella Mannoia - Sud Videos All El Twist (The Twist) - James Brown - Reality.
Styles Funk Soul. Track Listing. James Brown. Funky President People It's Bad. Further On Up the Road. Bob Mack. Check Your Body.
Don't Fence Me In. Cole Porter. All For One. I'm Broken Hearted. The Twist. Hank Ballard. I'm Broken Hearted James Brown. The Twist Hank Ballard.
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