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The Famous Flames, Baby Llloyd Stallworth, Bobby Bennett, Bobby Byrd

L-R,  Bobby Byrd,
Bobby Bennett and 
'Baby' Lloyd Stallworth

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The Famous Flames

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On April 5th 1968, James Brown gave a free concert at The Boston Garden which became a thing of legend. Only 24 hours earlier civil rights activist Dr Martin Luther King had been assassinated resulting in widespread violence across the United States. The mayor of Boston was persuaded to let the concert go ahead and it was broadcast live across the city by WGBH-TV. Featuring inspiring speeches and legendary performances, James Brown’s concert is said to have contributed majorly to maintaining calm and peace throughout the city that night. Seen here for the first time fully remastered and restored.

00:00 Intro 01:57 If I Ruled The World 05:40 James Brown Speech 12:55 Tom Atkins Speech 17:45 Kevin White Speech 20:59 That's Life 24:22 Kansas City 28:45 Soul Man (Bobby Byrd) 31:08 You’ve Got To Change Your Mind (feat. Bobby Byrd) 35:51 I’m In Love (Bobby Byrd) 38:22 Sweet Soul Music (Bobby Byrd) 40:23 Mustang Sally (Bobby Byrd) 43:36 Medley: It's A Man's Man's Man's World / Lost Someone / Bewildered 57:30 Tell Mama (Marva Whitney) 59:36 Check Yourself (Marva Whitney) 01:05:02 Chain Of Fools (Marva Whitney) 01:07:38 I Heard It Through The Grapevine (Marva Whitney) 01:10:24 Maceo Parker Comedy Routine 01:20:20 Get It Together 01:27:30 There Was A Time 01:38:40 I Got The Feelin' 01:42:40 Try Me 01:45:35 Medley: Cold Sweat / Ride The Pony / Cold Sweat 01:57:20 Maybe The Last Time 02:01:32 I Got You (I Feel Good) 02:02:04 Please, Please, Please 02:04:34 I Can't Stand Myself (When You Touch Me) 

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