James Brown - Everybody's Doin´ The Hustle & Dead On The Double Bump - Limited Edition 180 Gram LP
Limited Edition 180 Gram LP
This Elemental Music release presents the 1975 James Brown Polydor album Everybody’s Doing the Hustle & Dead on the Double Bump. It was his tenth studio release on Polydor, coming after Sex Machine Today and preceding Hot. While the album is funky enough, a third part of the LP is taken up by new versions of two old standards, “Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag” and “Kansas City”. The album is also known for being the last James Brown record to feature his longtime partner Fred Wesley. It is one of James Brown’s last great funky records!
1. HUSTLE!!! (Dead On It)
2. PAPA’S GOT A BRAND NEW BAG
3. YOUR LOVE
4. TURN ON THE HEAT AND BUILD SOME FIRE
5. SUPERBAD, SUPERSLICK
6. CALM & COOL
7. KANSAS CITY
Personnel and credits:
James Brown: Minister of New New Super Heavy Funk Produced and Arranged by James Brown and the Hustle Rats. Conducted by Dave Matthews James Brown: Lead vocals, organ Fred Wesley: Background vocals, trombone Maceo Parker/Jimmy Parker: Alto saxophone St. Clair Pinckney: Tenor saxophone Russell Crimes: Trumpet Joe Beck/Hearlon Martin/Jimmy Nolen: Guitar Bernard Odum/Fred Thomas: Bass Charles Sherrell/Leon Pendarvis: Clavinet John Morgan/John Starks: Drums Johnny Griggs: Congas Recording and Mixing Engineer: Bob Both Assistant Engineers: David Stone and Major Little Production Supervision: Bob Both Recorded June/July 1975 at Sound Ideas “Studio C” and A&R Recording, New York City Mixed at Sound Ideas Studios, New York City Mastered at Frankford/Wayne, New York City Cover Photograph: Doug Gervasi Back cover photograph: James Brown by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images.