James Brown: He Ain't Slowing Down
Roger St. Pierre, NME, 10 March 1973
SOUL BROTHER Number One leaned back in his chair, adjusted his robe, and expounded: "Back in 1969 King Records didn't want to know. They said I was finished. So I drove up to New York, cut my own record and brought the master-tape back to them. That record was called 'Try Me', and it was a giant hit.
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