Bobby Byrd - Got Soul: The Best of Bobby Byrd (1995) [R&B, Soul, Funk]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Bobby Byrd - Got Soul: The Best of Bobby Byrd (1995) [R&B, Soul, Funk]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

Unread postby Mike1985 » 02 Mar 2016, 17:03

Artist: Bobby Byrd
Album: Got Soul: The Best of Bobby Byrd
Genre: R&B, Soul, Funk
Label: Polydor
Released: 1995
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
  1. I Know You Got Soul 4:43
  2. Keep On Doin' What Your Doin' 2:49
  3. I Need Help (I Can't Do It Alone), Pts. 1 & 2 5:35
  4. If You Got A Love You Better (Hold On To It) 4:23
  5. I'm Not To Blame 2:55
  6. Hot Pants - I'm Coming, I'm Coming, I'm Coming 2:30
  7. Sayin' It And Doin' It Are Two Different Things 3:13
  8. You've Got To Change Your Mind (with James Brown) 3:52
  9. When Something Is Wrong With My Baby 5:35
  10. I'm Lonely 2:42
  11. We're In Love 2:53
  12. Funky Soul, Pts. 1 & 2 3:56
  13. No One Like My Baby 2:12
  14. Baby Baby Baby (with Anna King) 2:36
  15. I Love You So 2:35
  16. Hang Ups We Don't Need (The Hungry We Got To Feed) 3:02
  17. Signed, Sealed & Delivered 2:16
  18. If You Don't Work You Can't Eat 4:05
  19. Fight Against Drug Abuse 0:32
  20. I'm Just Nobody, Pts. 1 & 2 6:11
  21. Never get Enough 3:18
  22. I Need Help (I Can't Do It Alone) (Live in Paris) 5:23

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As is the case with the JB's and other James Brown protégés, Bobby Byrd's legacy is spread over numerous out-of-print, difficult-to-find vinyl records. So this 22-song retrospective, which gathers numerous singles, and a couple of previously unreleased tracks spanning 1964 to 1973, is a welcome consolidation of his most significant work into one package. Solid stuff, covering both standard soul from the '60s and hard funk (usually featuring the JB's) from the early '70s, though it sounds a lot more like a James Brown record with a different vocalist than a Bobby Byrd record that happens to benefit from James Brown's backing crew. Brown produced (and occasionally contributed to) all of the recordings here, and duets with Bobby on the 1968 single "You've Got to Change Your Mind."

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