Various - Standing In The Shadows Of Motown: The Story Of The Funk Brothers mp3 album
Motown - The Funk Brothers - Film Documentary Soundtrack. Best Compilation Soundtrack Album. In 1959, Berry Gordy gathered the best musicians from Detroit's thriving jazz and blues scene to begin cutting songs for his new record company. With the tumultuous sixties as a backdrop, Motown's unsung heroes take the viewer on a compelling journey in time as they trace the evolution of The Motown Sound" from its origins in Detroit to its demise in Los Angeles during the seventies. Through the eyes of the riveting characters who ruled Hitsville's studio by day and the club scene of Detroit by night, we enter a world of unparalleled soul and emotion as the Funk Brothers revisit the sites of their musical roots, triumphs, and eventual heartbreak.
The Funk Brothers recorded and performed on Motowns' recordings from 1959 to 1972.
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Tracklist: 1. (Love Is Like A) Heat Wave, 2. You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me, 3. Do You Love Me, 4. Bernadette, 5. Reach Out I’ll Be There, 6. Ain’t No Proud To Beg, 7. Shotgun, 8. What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted, 9. I Heard It Through The Grapevine, 10. You Keep Me Hangin’ On, 11. Cool Jerk, 12. Cloud Nine, 13. What’s Going On, 14. Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, 15. The Flick. 8. What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted. 9. I Heard It Through The Grapevine. 10. You Keep Me Hangin’ On. 11. Cool Jerk.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Do You Love Me by The Funk Brothers feat. is a cover of. Do You Love Me by The Contours (1962). Cool Jerk by The Funk Brothers feat. Ain't to Proud to Beg by The Funk Brothers feat. Ain't Too Proud to Beg by The Temptations (1966). Reach Out I'll Be There by The Funk Brothers feat. Reach Out I'll Be There by Four Tops (1966). Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology) (Instrumental). is a remix of. Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology) by Marvin Gaye (1971)
Standing in the Shadows . .has been added to your Cart. The first section of the book tells the intertwined story of early Motown and Jamerson and is loaded with fascinating tidbits and micro-stories, many told in the words of folks who were there in Hitsville, USA. You can flip to any page and gain a unique insight that conveys just how special Motown was in the sixties and early seventies- even Motown could not re-create the Motown sound made immortal during those years. This is because he and the rest of the rhythm section of Motown's Funk Brothers were given an incredible amount of freedom in the way they performed during recording sessions, especially Jamerson, whose playing style relied heavily on feeling and groove.
Theatrical release poster for Standing in the Shadows of Motown. Directed by. Paul Justman. The Funk Brothers recorded and performed on Motowns' recordings from 1959 to 1972. The film was inspired by the 1989 book Standing in the Shadows of Motown: The Life and Music of Legendary Bassist James Jamerson, a bass guitar instruction book by Allan Slutsky, which features the bass lines of James Jamerson. The film covers the Funk Brothers' career via interviews with surviving band members, archival footage and still photos, dramatized re-enactments, and narration by actor Andre Braugher
|1||–Unknown Artist||Main Title (Unheralded Dreamers)|
|2||–Unknown Artist||Days Of Innocence (Detroit)|
|3||–Gerald Levert||Reach Out (I'll Be There)|
|4||–Unknown Artist||Who Are The Funk Brothers?|
|5||–Joan Osborne||Love Is Like A Heat Wave|
|6||–Unknown Artist||Fearless James Jamerson|
|7||–Unknown Artist||Fantasyland In Studio A|
|8||–Meshell Ndegeocello*||You've Really Got A Hold On Me|
|9||–Unknown Artist||One Chance, One Take|
|10||–Bootsy Collins||Do You Love Me|
|11||–Unknown Artist||Touring Days|
|12||–Unknown Artist||Benny Pappa Zita Benjamin|
|13||–Gerald Levert & Tom Scott||Shotgun|
|14||–Unknown Artist||Johnny Griffith And The Man Around Town|
|15||–Unknown Artist||The Motown Formula|
|16||–Ben Harper||Ain't Too Proud To Beg|
|17||–Unknown Artist||Earl Van Dyke And The Raw Power|
|18||–Unknown Artist||He Ain't Spying, He's My Brother|
|19||–Bootsy Collins||Cool Jerk|
|20||–Unknown Artist||Earthbound And Unknown|
|21||–Unknown Artist||Typewriters And Tambourines|
|22||–Ben Harper||I Heard It Through The Grapevine|
|23||–Unknown Artist||Heckyl, Jeckyl, And Son|
|24||–Unknown Artist||Eddie Bongo's Licks|
|25||–Joan Osborne||What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted|
|26||–Unknown Artist||Robert White And His Oreos|
|27||–Meshell Ndegeocello*||Cloud Nine|
|28||–Unknown Artist||Up To The Babbit Standard|
|29||–Unknown Artist||No Question Of Race|
|30||–Chaka Khan||What's Going On|
|31||–Unknown Artist||When Motown Left|
|32||–Unknown Artist||The Funk Brothers|
|33||–Chaka Khan & Montell Jordan||Ain't No Mountain High Enough|
|34||–Unknown Artist||Hitsville, U.S.A.|
|35||–Unknown Artist||End Credits|
|36||–The Funk Brothers||The Funk Brothers|
|37||–Unknown Artist||Multiangle Jam Sessions|
|38||–Unknown Artist||The Ones That Didn't Make It|
|39||–Unknown Artist||At Long Last Glory|
|40||–The Funk Brothers||Dinner With The Funk Brothers|
|41||–Unknown Artist||Honorable Mentions|
- Copyright (c) – Lightning Entertainment
- Adapted By (Text) – Alan Slutsky
- Narrator – Ntozake Shange, Walter Dallas
- Performer – The Funk Brothers
- Producer – Paul Justman
NotesThe main content of this DVD is a documentary about The Funk Brothers, featuring live performances of covers of the Motown Sound, by various artists, backed up by The Funk Brothers.
Total playtime: 1:44.
Sound formats: DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1 or Dolby Surround.
Aspect ratio: 1.78:1 anamorphic
Optional subtitles in Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish (extra features not subtitled).
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5706112359276
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