This is the only known film footage of Little Willie John - playing the claves on Route 66. James Brown & Stevie Wonder thought he was one of the best ever and thanks to a recent reissue of his hits from www.realgonemusic.com I have to agree! His life was fascinating, too. Just started Fever by Susan Whitall and it's a great read so far.
James Brown was the hardest working man in show business at the height of his performing 320 out of 365 days of the year w a full band that included dozens of musicians, when the standard was a 6-8 piece band. James was also the 1st black artist to own his own private airplane. He played a key role in rallying and organizing the youth during the Civil Rights Movement.
James Brown - It's a Man's Man's Man's World This towering performance by James Brown, filmed in Paris in 1967 while he was at the absolute peak of his powers, is all that it needed to prove that few performers have ever been able to match his sheer daring and bravura and complete and utter belief in his ability to captivate any audience,
Michael Jackson - Remember The Time. One of Michael Jackson's more interesting videos. Even had Eddie Murphy and I believe Iman in it. Egyptian themed. I love the way Eddie Murphy gives the evil eye to the queen for just a moment.