James Brown Live: House of Blues

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Released 2000

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James Brown Live: House of Blues

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James Brown Live: House of Blues is a documentary of James Brown, the self-described "hardest-working man in show business," performing live at the House of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada. Shot after his run-in with the law, this performance proves that James Brown never lost his ability to work a crowd, showing once again why he was one of the greatest entertainers in the music biz. This high-definition footage displays James Brown and his premier backing band with its world-class rhythm section ' the same one that brought his performances to life at the 1999 Woodstock festival. Over the course of 75 minutes he blazes through such jams as "Get Up Offa That Thing," "Living in America," "Soul Man," "I Got the Feeling," "Georgia on My Mind," "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag," "I Feel Good," "Payback" and "Sex Machine." James Brown Live: House of Blue also features an interview with James Brown himself, personalizing his already intimate performance.
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