James Brown And The Famous Flames - The Unbeatable - 16 Hits mp3 album
- Performer: James Brown And The Famous Flames
- Title: The Unbeatable - 16 Hits
- Genre: Funk
- Formats: APE ADX WMA MOD MP1 MMF AUD
- Released: 1966
- Style: Funk, Soul, Rhythm & Blues
- MP3 album: 1206 mb
- FLAC album: 1876 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 477
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Try Me! (aka The Unbeatable - 16 Hits) is a jazz related rnb music album recording by JAMES BROWN released in 1959 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Reissued in 1964 as a'The Unbeatable - 16 Hits"(King Records – KING 919, US). Thanks to snobb for the addition.
With the Famous Flames, Brown sang lead on several more hits, including "I'll Go Crazy" and "Think", songs that hinted at his emerging style. 1962–1966: Mr. Dynamite. In 1962, Brown and his band scored a hit with their cover of the instrumental "Night Train", becoming a top five R&B single
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The group (now James Brown and The Famous Flames) then performed at the Apollo Theater in April 1959, Brown's first performance there, opening for Little Willie John. That year, Brown had his first solo hit, "I Want You So Bad", which peaked in the top twenty on the R&B charts. 1958: Try Me (re-released as: 16 Hits:The Unbeatable James Brown & The Famous Flames). 1960: Think! 1961: The Amazing James Brown. 1962: "Shout and Shimmy".