Continuing Get on Down's People Records deluxe reissues series - which launched on Records 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 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. Features 45s include James Brown's "Escape-ism" (1971); Lyn Collins' "Thinks (About It)" (1972); Fred Wesley & the JB's "Same Beat" (1973); the Devils' "X-Sorcist" (1974); and Maceo & the Mack's' "Cross the Track (We Better Go Back)" (1974). This is a soul, funk and hip-hop DJ's dream!
The Devils - 'X-Sorcist' Year: 1974
The Devils - 'Hip Hug-Her' Year: 1974
Lyn Collins - 'Think (About It)' Year: 1972
Lyn Collins - 'Ain't No Sunshine' Year: 1972
Maceo & The Macks - 'Cross The Track (We Better Go Back)' Year: 1974
Maceo & The Macks - 'The Soul Of A Black Man' Year: 1974
Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s - 'Same Beat Pt. 1' Year: 1973
Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s - 'Same Beat Pts. 2 & 3' Year: 1973
James Brown - 'Escape-ism Pt. 1' Year: 1971
James Brown - 'Escape-ism Pts. 2 & 3' Year: 1971
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.