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James Brown: Roots Of A Revolution

Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 4 February 1984

YAAAOOWWW . . . Witchaw bad self! A few years ago Polydor issued a deluxe double album commemorating the first 21 years of James Brown's career with 30 of his most notable tunes. This essential item for any sensible record collection was entitled Solid Gold and was compiled and annotated by the man they call Cliff White, who knows JB's music like nobody but JB knows it.

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