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Basically, she painted these incredibly popular (in the form of dimestore prints and postcards) paintings in the early 1960's that her husband Walter somehow got her to say he'd painted, when he couldn't paint a thing to save his life, while at the same time creating other paintings in a very different style under her own name.
Features original co-founders Kirk Swan and Seth Tiven (who are working on a Dumptruck record together for the first time in like 20 years, Dumptruck having become Tiven's solo project until recently), with Shawn (King) Devlin on drums and Spike Priggen (that's me) on bass. Directed by Kelly Reichardt ("Old Joy", "River of Grass" etc).
Multi-Grammy Award winning artist James Brown, best known for his smoldering singing and revolutionary rhythmic style, is recognized worldwide as one of the most prolific figures in 20th century popular music. He remains a strong cultural influence as a newsmaker, musician, activist and peacemaker that transcends even the awesome celebrity he achieved as the “Godfather of Soul.” A whole new generation is discovering James Brown today through his music and his pivotal presence in American political affairs in the 1960s. DVD & music collectors and fans of the late James Brown will be treated to a whole new electrifying experience when I Got The Feelin’: James Brown in the ’60s 3-DVD box set arrives on August 5, 2008, exclusively from Shout! Factory.
I Got The Feelin’: James Brown in the ’60s features the director’s cut of The Night James Brown Saved Boston and the full-length concert performances James Brown Live at The Boston Garden from April 1968 and Man to Man - James Brown Live at The Apollo Theater 1968. This definitive 3-DVD collector’s box set is brimming with a special deluxe booklet and extensive bonus content such as James Brown’s legendary performance of “Out of Sight” from The T.A.M.I. Show, interviews with James Brown’s band members, friends and colleagues, additional audio from the radio simulcast of his Boston Garden Live performance 1968, rare performance footage culled from the archives and much more! A fitting tribute to the man and the times, this DVD collection pays homage not only to James Brown’s enormous contribution to American music, but also reveals his often overlooked impact on American race relations. Link to buy on Amazon.