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These Are The JB's (1970 – released in 2014). Food For Thought (1972). Doing It to Death (1973). Damn Right I Am Somebody (1974) – as "Fred Wesley & the . Breakin' Bread (1974) – as "Fred & the New . Hustle with Speed (1975). Jam II Disco Fever (1978). Groove Machine (1979). "Rappcats THESE ARE THE JB'S – Previously unheard album by James Brown's backing band led by Bootsy Collins". Retrieved 27 October 2017.
Also issued on the People album Food For Thought (Pass The Peas I Mean Gimme Some More). Track 5 was recorded November 30, 1973, A&R Studios, New York, NY. Originally released April, 1974, on the People album Damn Right I Am Somebody (PE 6602). Track 6 was recorded May 19, 1970, King Studios, Cincinnati, OH. Originally released June, 1970, as King single K6319. Also issued on the People album Food For Thought (Pass The Peas I Mean Gimme Some More). Track 7 was recorded June 12, 1972, A&R Studios, New York, NY. Originally release as People single PE610.
Album Food for Thought. The Grunt is a funk instrumental recorded in 1970 by James Brown’s band The . It was released as a two-part single on King. It was one of only two instrumental singles recorded by the original . s lineup with Bootsy and Catfish Collins. Part 1 of The Grunt was included on The . s' 1972 album Food for Thought. The Grunt has been a prolific source of samples for hip hop producers. Several different musical elements of the recording have been sampled, including a squealing saxophone glissando that begins the piece, a two-note saxophone riff that occurs in the middle of the recording, and the underlying rhythmic groove that continues throughout.
Written-By – William Collins, Phelps Collins, Clayton Gunnells, Darryl Hassan Jamison, Frank Waddy, John Starks, Johnny Griggs, Robert McCullough, St-Clair Pickney. Producer, Arranged By, Written-By – James Brown. 1st Japanese release. Food For Thought (LP, Album, RE). People, People. PE 5601, 2391 034. US. Unknown. Food For Thought (CD, Album, Ltd, RM, Pap).
Pass the Peas is found on the album James Brown's Funky People. Found on more albums: Funky Good Time: the Anthology Pass the Peas: The Best of the . s Food for Thought 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of James Brown, Vol. 3. close. Hey Bobby, why do you like soul food? Because it makes me ha-a-a-py.
Shoulda' thought twice 'fo you went and opened your mouth. Yo, anyway we stay keepin it movin'. Fuckin' with the wrong nigga, hope you know what you doin'. Now blame me, all the same niggas is lame. Make a little room for me and all my niggas to pass through. Cartier, Sidney Poitier, hooray shit. What with all my niggas from around the way shit. When I come through you niggas know I do my thing. Bring more shit that generate money, chi-ching. Arrest you lyrically flow and caress you. Bless you, then a nigga come to your rescue.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Pass The Peas
Written-By – Charles Bobbit, James Brown, John Starks*
|A2||Gimme Some More
Written-By – Charles Bobbit, James Brown
|A3||To My Brother
Written-By – James Brown
Written-By – Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley
|A5||Hot Pants Road
Written-By – Charles Bobbit, James Brown, St. Clair Pickney*
Written-By – C. Gunnels*, C. Stubblefield*, D. Jamison*, F. Waddy*, James Brown, J. Griggs*, P. Collins*, R. McCullough*, W. Collins*
Written-By – Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley
Written-By – Dave Matthews , James Brown
|B2.a||Escape-ism (Part 1)||3:16|
|B2.b||Escape-ism (Part 2)||4:04|
|B3||Theme From King Heroin
Written-By – Charles Bobbit, Dave Matthews , James Brown
|B4||These Are The JB's
Written-By – C. Gunnels*, D. Jamison*, F. Waddy*, James Brown, J. Starks*, J. Griggs*, P. Collins*, R. McCullough*, St. Clair Pickney*, W. Collins*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor Incorporated
- Distributed By – Polydor Incorporated
- Published By – Dynatone Publishing Co.
- Published By – Belinda Music, Inc.
- Published By – Unichappell & Co.
- Published By – Golo Publishing Co.
- Published By – Crited Music, Inc.
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co. – △17058
- Arranged By – Fred Wesley (tracks: A4, B1), James Brown
- Mastered By – RL*
- Producer – James Brown
NotesJames Brown - The Creator
There is also a Scranton pressing variation that can be differentiated by the arrangement of the text on the labels and by the pressing plant information found in the runout grooves.
Group name listed on the jacket: "JB's"
Group name listed the labels: "The JB's"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): PE-5601-A-1C STERLING RL △17058 (MR)
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): PE-5601-B-1C △17058-X
- Rights Society: BMI
|PE 5601, 2391 034||The JB's*||Food For Thought (Pass The Peas I Mean Gimme Some More) (LP, Album, Scr)||People , People||PE 5601, 2391 034||US||1972|
|PCD-1202||J.B.'s*||Food For Thought (CD, Album)||Polydor||PCD-1202||Japan||1990|
|GET 54068-LP, B0020175-01, GET 719, B00202098-21||JB's*||Food For Thought (LP, Album, RE, RM + 7", Single, RE, Pur + Ltd)||Get On Down, People , Universal Music Special Markets, Get On Down, People , Universal Music Special Markets||GET 54068-LP, B0020175-01, GET 719, B00202098-21||US||2014|
|none||J.B.'s*||Food For Thought (11xFile, FLAC, Album, RE)||Universal||none||US||2015|
|8F 5601, 3827 069||The JB's*||Food For Thought/Pass The Peas/Gimme Some More (8-Trk, Album, Red)||People , People||8F 5601, 3827 069||US||1972|
Performer: The JB's
Title: Food For Thought (Pass The Peas I Mean Gimme Some More)
Date of release: 1972
Size MP3: 1776 mb
Size FLAC: 1283 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
Other Formats: AUD MP4 MOD AC3 MIDI MPC DTS