John Henry Kendricks. Ballard also appeared on Brown's 1972 album Get on the Good Foot, in a track ("Recitation By Hank Ballard") that features Ballard describing Brown and the album. During the 1960s, Ballard's cousin, Florence Ballard, was a member of the Detroit girl group the Supremes. In the mid-1980s, Ballard re-formed The Midnighters and the group performed until 2002. – "Butter Your Popcorn" b/w "Funky Soul Train" (from You Can't Keep A Good Man Down). Blackenized" b/w "Come On Wit' It" (from You Can't Keep A Good Man Down).
Brown produced, I believe. This was on the late great Cincinnati based label,King Records which launched James Brown's career and released many of his great classics before his catalog and contract were sold. So, he produced this Hank Ballard gem. Yes, believe it or not, Cincy was a very funky town. Just ask Bootsy Collins!
Album's name: Butter Your Popcorn. Hank Ballard - Butter Your Popcorn. Hank Ballard - Butter Your Popcorn MP3 album ZIP archive. 11334 downloads at 25 mb/s. Hank Ballard - Butter Your Popcorn FLAC album ZIP archive. 2422 downloads at 22 mb/s. A. Butter Your Popcorn. B. Butter Your Popcorn, Funky Soul Train (7").
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- Producer – James Brown
- Written-By – Hank Ballard
NotesDistributed by Starday-King Records Inc.
Same Stereo version on both sides.
|45-6244||Hank Ballard||Butter Your Popcorn / Funky Soul Train (7")||King Records||45-6244||US||1969|