James Brown & The Famous Flames - 1. Live At The Apollo Vol.1 / 2. Live At The Apollo Vol.2 - Multiple titles - LP's - 1968/1968

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James Brown & The Famous Flames - 1. Live At The Apollo Vol.1 / 2. Live At The Apollo Vol.2 - Multiple titles - LP's - 1968/1968
Number of items: 2 - Near Mint (NM) - 1st Pressing - Including: 2x Flipback cover

James Brown (Funk / Soul) - Here as two seperate full LP's (Not as double album)

1. James Brown & The Famous Flames ‎– Live At The Apollo Vol.1 (Polydor 2340 001) made in Holland 1968 original first pressing LP | vinyl: NM (mint-) | cover: VG++ (excellent) store sticker on back cover.
2. James Brown & The Famous Flames ‎– Live At The Apollo Vol.2 (Polydor 2340 002) made in Holland 1968 original first pressing LP | vinyl: NM (mint-) | cover: VG++ (excellent)

Live at the Apollo, Volume II is a 1968 live double album by James Brown and The Famous Flames, recorded in 1967 at the Apollo Theater in Harlem. It is a follow-up to Brown's 1963 recording, Live at the Apollo. It is best known for the long medley of "Let Yourself Go", "There Was a Time", and "I Feel All Right", followed by "Cold Sweat", which document the emergence of Brown's funk style. It peaked at #32 on the Billboard albums chart.[2] Robert Christgau included the album in his "basic record library" for the 1950s and 1960s.

Lot details
More than 3 artists/bands
No
Artist/ Band (max 3)
James Brown & The Famous Flames
Multiple Titles
Yes
Record Title
1. Live At The Apollo Vol.1 / 2. Live At The Apollo Vol.2
Nr of items
2
Media Source
LP's
Release Country
Netherlands
Release year (oldest)
1968
Release year (youngest)
1968
Condition
Near Mint (NM)
Pressing
1st Pressing
Includes
2x Flipback cover
Record Label
Polydor
Record Label Number
2340 001 / 2340 002
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