James Brown / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - I Got You (I Feel Good) / Nowhere To Run mp3 album
I Got You (I Feel Good) is a compilation album by American musician James Brown. It consists primarily of songs released on previous studio albums (including an alternate take of the title track), as well as songs released on singles such as "Night Train", "I Can't Help It (I Just Do-Do-Do), and "Suds". The album was released on January 1, 1966. All tracks composed by James Brown; except where indicated. James Brown Album I Got You (I Feel Good) at MT. om.
Release group information. Artist: James Brown, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas.
James Brown I Got the Feelin'. Boga Nowhere to Run. The Commodores Easy. Bob & Earl Harlem Shuffle. Simon & Garfunkel Baby Driver. The Damned NEAT NEAT NEAT. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas Nowhere to Run. Kashmere Stage Band Kashmere. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion Bellbottoms. Barry White Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up. Queen Brighton Rock. Barbara Lewis Baby, I'm Yours. The Beach Boys Let's Go Away for Awhile. The Detroit Emeralds Baby Let Me Take You (In My Arms). Googie Rene Smokey Joe's La La. Randy Newman Randall's Attack. Run The Jewels Run the Jewels. Ennio Morricone Secondo intermezzino pop. Bug Hall You Are So Beautiful (from the motion picture "The Little Rascals"). Young MC Know How. Beastie Boys Sabotage.
album: "Black Magic" (1972) (as Martha Reeves & The Vandellas). Bless You I Want You Back In And Out Of My Life. other songs: A Tear For The Girl Darling, I Hum Our Song Forever I Can't Dance To That Music You're Playin' It's Easy To Fall In Love (With A Guy Like You) Needle In A Haystack.
On 27 February 1965, Martha & the Vandellas added their entry to Motown's list of greats that year, as they entered the Hot 100 with Nowhere To Ru. Listen To INXS’ ‘Please (You Got Tha. ’ Studio Outtake Featuring Ray Charles. At the time, Martha Reeves and the group were enjoying one of the hits of their lives with ‘Dancing In The Street,’ and went into the studio to record their parts of ‘Nowhere To Run’ in October, even with Martha ailing from their exhaustive road work. By the time the song was released in early February, the pressure was on for a success, since ‘Wild One,’ the follow-up to ‘Dancing,’ had peaked at No. 11 R&B and just No. 34 pop. There was no such audience or airplay hesitation about the new release. I loved the lyrics the lyrics the minute I heard them, said Reeves in The Complete Motown.
|A||–James Brown||I Got You (I Feel Good)||2:45|
|AA||–Martha Reeves & The Vandellas||Nowhere To Run||2:56|
- Other [Executive Producer] – David Anderle
NotesPromotional Copy - Not For Resale
Taken from the OST Good Morning, Vietnam
A (P)1965 Polygram Records Inc.
AA (P)1965 Motown Record Corp.
|AM-3022||James Brown / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas||James Brown / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - I Got You (I Feel Good) / Nowhere To Run (7", Single)||A&M Records||AM-3022||US||1988|
|AM-3022||James Brown||I Got You (I Feel Good) (7", Single, Promo)||A&M Records||AM-3022||US||1988|
|K-515||James Brown / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas||James Brown / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - I Got You (I Feel Good) / Nowhere To Run (7", Single)||A&M Records||K-515||Australia||1988|
|390 323-1||James Brown / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas||James Brown / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - I Got You (I Feel Good) / Nowhere To Run (7", Single)||A&M Records||390 323-1||Germany||1988|
|AM 444||James Brown / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas||James Brown / Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - I Got You (I Feel Good) / Nowhere To Run (7", Single, Red)||A&M Records||AM 444||UK||1988|