“JAMES BROWN is a concept, a vibration, a dance,” he told us. “It’s not me, the man. JAMES BROWN is a freedom I created for humanity.”
Some say it was a freedom too bold. Night after night, on stage and in the studio, his blood swirled, his legs split and his body shook. But talking to a crowd stretched at his feet in the late 1960s, James Brown reassured them: “If you ain’t got enough soul, let me know. I’ll loan you some! Huh! I got enough soul to burn.”
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GET ON UP: THE JAMES BROWN STORY – IN THEATERS AUGUST 1, 2014