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- He returned to the US in December 2006 to attend James Brown's funeral in Augusta, Georgia, where he gave a eulogy calling Brown his greatest inspiration.
- "Who else could make 'It's coming closer, the flames are now licking my body' sound like an assignation with James Brown's backup band?"
- Baker took Prince to see James Brown in concert, and he credited Baker with improving the family's finances.
- Island's sister label Republic Records distributes reissues from James Brown and MGM Records.
- "The idea of being in Black Sabbath didn't appeal to me whatsoever. Glenn Hughes singing in Black Sabbath is like James Brown singing in Metallica. It wasn't gonna work."
- James Brown performed in Lagos in 1970.
- Among original material by Townshend, including the title track and "The Kids Are Alright", the album has several James Brown covers from the session earlier that year that Daltrey favoured.
- The noted singer and entertainer James Brown was called in to help quell lingering tensions, which he succeeded in doing.
- The Godfather of Soul, James Brown, performed a duet with Usher in 2005 at the 47th Grammy Awards in which he honorably dubbed him the Godson of Soul.
- Even Farley "Jackmaster" Funk engaged himself in the genre, releasing "Free at Last", a song to free James Brown from jail, featuring The Hip House Syndicate, in 1989, and producing a Real Hip House compilation on his label House Records in 1990.
- The movie is based on the life of James Brown.
- However, Kool Herc himself denies this link (in the 1984 book Hip Hop), saying, "Jamaican toasting? Naw, naw. No connection there. I couldn't play reggae in the Bronx. People wouldn't accept it. The inspiration for rap is James Brown and the album Hustler's Convention".
- He also co-produced the James Brown biopic, Get On Up (2014).
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