James Brown

James Brown was a mind controlled Funk, Soul and R&B singer, used in the music industry to normalise drug abuse and to play a role in the Black Pride movement (the Black Church), the Martin Luther King assassination media ritual and USO tours in Vietnam. He was a member of the Famous Flames.

His wife Tomi Ray Hynie worked as a Janis Joplin impersonator. Base player Bootsy Collins later played with George Clinton's Parliament and Funkadelic.

He often performed at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem. HIn 1974 he performed in Congo before the Muhammad Ali and George Foreman fight. In 1988 he was used in a CNN interview to normalise drug abuse (PCP).

In 2003 he performed with Michael Jackson at the BET Awards.

He was born in 1933 and died on the 33d parallel (killing of the Osiris bull).

Astrological chart

born 5/3/1933, date Mary Astor, Sugar Ray Robinson, Rebecca Hall.

Asc: Leo, mc: Taurus. Dom: Taurus (the Hierophant), Leo, Virgo - Sun (Apollo), Venus, Saturn.

Houses 10, 1, 7. 10: Sun and Venus in Taurus, 1: Moon in Leo, Mars and Neptune in Scorpio, 7: Saturn in Aquarius.

died 12/25/2006, date Annie Lennox, d Eartha Kitt, day before death Gerald Ford, 5 days before death Saddam Hussein.

Discography and filmography

1958 Please Please Please King Records (Syd Nathan)
1959 Try Me!
1960 Think!
1961 The Amazing James Brown
1962 James Brown and His Famous Flames Tour the U.S.A.
1963 Prisoner of Love
1964 Grits & Soul
1964 Showtime
1964 Out of Sight
1964 The T.A.M.I. Show (concert in Santa Monica) AIP of Samuel Arkoff The Beach Boys Chuck Berry Marvin Gaye Smokey Robinson The Rolling Stones
1965 Ski Party Frankie Avalon Anette Funicello (MK Ultra related Mickey Mouse Club) Yvonne Craig (Batgirl) Robert Q Lewis (Zeta Beta Tau)
1965 James Brown Plays James Brown Today & Yesterday
1965 I Got You (I Feel Good)
1966 Mighty Instrumentals
1966 James Brown Plays New Breed (The Boo-Ga-Loo)
1966 James Brown Sings Christmas Songs
1966 Handful of Soul
1967 James Brown Sings Raw Soul
1967 James Brown Plays the Real Thing
1967 Cold Sweat
1968 I Can't Stand Myself When You Touch Me
1968 I Got the Feelin'
1968 James Brown Plays Nothing But Soul
1968 Thinking About Little Willie John and a Few Nice Things
1968 A Soulful Christmas
1969 Say It Loud – I'm Black and I'm Proud
1969 Gettin' Down to It
1969 The Popcorn
1969 It's a Mother
1970 Ain't It Funky
1970 Soul on Top
1970 It's a New Day – Let a Man Come In
1970 The Phynx Marilyn Maxwell (USO tours with Bob Hope) Ultra Violet (Andy Warhol scene) Edgar Bergen Ed Sullivan Richard Pryor Maureen O'Sullivan (mother of Mia Farrow) Dorothy Lamour
1970 Hey America
1971 Sho Is Funky Down Here
1971 Hot Pants
1972 There It Is
1972 Get on the Good Foot
1973 Black Caesar (blaxploitation movie) Fred Williamson AIP Larry Cohen (CCNY)
1973 Black Caesar Polydor
1973 Slaughter's Big Rip-Off (blaxploitation movie) Ed McMahon AIP
1973 The Payback (movie Hell Up in Harlem)
197 Hell
1974 Reality
1975 Sex Machine Today (the Fool)
1975 Everybody's Doin' the Hustle & Dead on the Double Bump
1976 Hot
1976 Get Up Offa That Thing
1976 Bodyheat (lightning)
1977 Mutha's Nature
1978 Jam 1980's
1978 Take a Look at Those Cakes
1979 The Original Disco Man
1980 People
1980 Soul Syndrome
1980 The Blues Brothers (NBC show Saturday Night Live) Dan Akroyd John Belushi Carrie Fisher Ray Charles Aretha Franklin Cab Calloway (Cotton Club) Frank Oz Twiggy (Swinging London) Mr T Chaka Khan Steven Spielberg Universal Pictures
1981 Nonstop!
1983 Bring It On!
1983 Doctor Detroit Dan Aykroyd Fran Drescher
1985 Rocky IV Sylvester Stallone Dolph Lundgren Brigitte Nielsen Carl Weathers UA
1986 Gravity
1987 Miami Vice NBC
1988 I'm Real
1991 Love Over-Due
1992 Universal James
1996 When We Were Kings Muhammad Ali
1997 Duckman Dweezil Zappa
1998 Blues Brothers 2000 John Goodman Aretha Franklin Isaac Hayes Erykah Badu BB King Eric Clapton
1998 I'm Back
1998 Holy Man Eddie Murphy Robert Loggia Disney
1999 The Merry Christmas Album
2002 The Next Step
2002 Undercover Brother Eddie Griffin Dave Chapelle Neil Patrick Harris Denise Richards Billy Dee Williams Universal Pictures
2002 The Tuxedo Jennifer Love Hewitt Jackie Chan
2002 The Hire Beat the Devil Gary Oldman Marilyn Manson Tony Scott
2010 Sid Bernstein Presents

James Brown in popular culture

2014 Get on Up produced by Bryan Grazer and Mick Jagger Chadwick Boseman as Brown Nelson Ellis Viola Davis Dan Aykroyd Craig Robinson Tika Sumpter Jill Scott Aloe Blacc

the Music Industry