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Tracks: 01 - The Message From The Soul Sisters 02 - I'll Work It Out 03 - Sound Funky 04 - In The Land Of Milk And Honey 05 - Don't Throw Your Love In The Garbage Can 06 - Super Good 07 - Answer To Mother Popcorn 08 - I'm Too Tough For Mr. Big Stuf 09 - Once You Get Started 10 - You're Welcome, Stop On By. [feat.
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According to Mr. Brown's autobiography, Vicki Anderson was the best female singer he had in his revue. She Joined Brown in 1965 replacing Anna King and she held her position there until she was replaced by Marva Whitney 3 years after in 1968. But she re-joined after Marva departed in 1969 for further three years until Lyn Collins took over
Message From A Soul Sister. Mama Feelgood: The Best of Lyn Collins. Maceo Parker (pronounced may'-see-oh) (born February 14, 1943) is a noted American funk and soul jazz saxophonist, best known for his work with James Brown in the 1960s. View full artist profile.
During the late 1960s, Brown moved from a continuum of blues and gospel-based forms and styles to a profoundly "Africanized" approach to music-making that influenced the development of funk music. By the early 1970s, Brown had fully established the funk sound after the formation of the . s with records such as "Get Up (I Feel Like. Many of his sidemen and supporting players, including Fred Wesley & the . s, Bobby Byrd, Lyn Collins, Vicki Anderson and former rival Hank Ballard, released records on the People label, an imprint founded by Brown that was purchased by Polydor as part of Brown's new contract. The recordings on the People label, almost all of which were produced by Brown himself, exemplified his "house style". Several tracks thought by critics to be excessively sexual, were released at this time. He would later soften his vocal approach.
|Vicky Anderson - Message From A Soul Sister|
|1||The Message From The Soul Sisters|
|2||I'll Work It Out|
|4||In The Land Of Milk And Honey|
|5||Don't Throw Your Love In The Garbage Can|
|7||Answer To Mother Popcorn|
|8||I'm Too Tough For Mr Big Stuff (Hot Pants)|
|9||Once You Get Started|
|10||You're Welcome, Stop On By|
|Lyn Collins - Female Preacher|
|11||We Want To Party, Party, Party|
|13||Take Me Just As I Am|
|14||Mr. Big Stuff|
|15||Think (About It)|
|16||Me And My Baby Got A Good Thing Going|
|17||Things Got To Get Better|
|18||You Can't Love Me If You Don't Respect Me|
|19||Give It Up Or Turn It Loose|
|20||Rock Me Again & Again & Again|
- Producer – James Brown
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- Barcode: 3987023050000
|FF 1028||Vicki Anderson||Message From A Soul Sister (LP, Comp, Unofficial)||Famous Flame Records||FF 1028||US||1992|