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The night James Brown saved Boston

Author: David LeafArlene WszalekEric KulbergMorgan NevilleJames BrownAll authors
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : Shout! Factory, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From his early start singing in a prison gospel group to his transformation into The Godfather of Soul, James had the feeling. It was real and powerful and managed to jump the color barrier and grabbed a hold of black and white audiences alike. Pays tribute not only to James Brown's enormous contribution to American music, but also reveals his often overlooked impact on American race relations.
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Genre/Form: Concert films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: David Leaf; Arlene Wszalek; Eric Kulberg; Morgan Neville; James Brown; Dennis Haysbert; VH1 (Firm); FremantleMedia.; Shout! Factory (Firm)
ISBN: 9781603991124 1603991123
OCLC Number: 252252041
Notes: Title from container.
Special features: Additional interview footage with Charles Bobbit, Dr. Robert Hall, James Brown's band, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rickey Vincent, Dr. Cornel West; panel at the Boston premiere.
Credits: Director of photography, Nicola Marsh ; editor, Peter S. Lynch, II ; original score, Tom Rizzo.
Performer(s): James Brown, vocals ; with vocal and instrumental accompaniment.
Narrated by Dennis Haysbert.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (175 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, widescreen, NTSC.
Contents: Trouble in paradise --
Mr. Brown and Dr. King --
Welcome to Boston --
It was a very bad year --
Two arrogant men --
Mr. Dynamite keeps Boston from exploding --
Find James Brown --
Caught in the crossfire --
Soul power.
Other Titles: I got the feelin' :
James Brown in the '60s
I got the feeling
Responsibility: [presented by] VH1 and FremantleMedia and Shout! Factory ; produced by David Leaf and Arlene Wszalek ; producers, Eric Kulberg, Morgan Neville ; written by Morgan Neville ; directed by David Leaf.

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From his early start singing in a prison gospel group to his transformation into The Godfather of Soul, James had the feeling. It was real and powerful and managed to jump the color barrier and grabbed a hold of black and white audiences alike. Pays tribute not only to James Brown's enormous contribution to American music, but also reveals his often overlooked impact on American race relations.

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