James brown and the famous flames try me - think


    Please, Please, Please was James Brown and the Famous Flames’ first single, released in 1956 by Federal. And there, from the outset, is that voice: torrid, strident, awash with powerful emotion. The song is raw and special, and it became a sleeper hit – yet one that the Famous Flames would struggle to follow up – eventually reaching No 6 on the Billboard R&B chart. There’s a case to be made for this first single being Brown’s signature song. He closed the vast majority of live shows with it, right up until the year he died, usually combined with his flamboyant and electrifying cape routine.

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