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For The People Part 1

For The People Part 1

For The People Part 1 For The People Part 1
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GET ON DOWN PRESENTS...

FOR THE PEOPLE PT. 1

Five 7” singles from James Brown’s People Records imprint house in a deluxe embossed carrying case!

 

Continuing Get On Down’s People Records deluxe reissues series - which launched on Record Store Day in April 2014 with the release of the JB’s classic 1972 album Food For Thought - this unique box is the celebration of James Brown’s People label and some of the imprint’s most famous singles. Each 45 has been lovingly re-created with visuals taken from the original artwork. And beyond the singles themselves, this set includes a deluxe, cloth-covered carrying case with a People Records logo on the exterior and purple People embossing throughout the interior.

 

Featured 45s include James Brown’s “Escape-ism” (1971); Lyn Collins’ “Think (About It)” (1972); Fred Wesley & The JBs’ “Same Beat” (1973); The Devils’ “X-Sorcist” (1974); and Maceo & The Macks’ “Cross The Track (We Better Go Back)” (1974).

 

This is a soul, funk and hip-hop DJ’s dream!

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