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Fred & The New J.B.s - Breakin Bread (CD, Album)

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  1. Mazukus
    Label: Polydor - MP • Series: SAL74 System Sound Revolution • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Funk Fred & The New J.B.'s - Breakin' Bread (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. Sagis
    Shop Breakin' Bread. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  3. Mutilar
    The J.B.'s (sometimes punctuated The JB's or The J.B.s) was the name of James Brown's band from through the early s. On records the band was sometimes billed under alternate names such as Fred Wesley and the JBs, The James Brown Soul Train, Maceo and the Macks, A.A.B.B., Fred Wesley and the New JBs, The First Family, and The Last suntimamamahardgeraziplanore.coinfo addition to backing Brown, the J.B.'s .
  4. Jukazahn
    The heavy grooves laid down by trombonist and bandleader Fred Wesley, saxophonist and arranger St. Clair Pinckney and Fred's assembled "New J.B.'s" were, almost literally, comfort for the ears. saw a vortex of superfunk coming out of James Brown's People Records stable, and this platter wasn't even the only J.B.'s album that year (see also.
  5. Mazujora
    Song information for Breakin' Bread - Fred Wesley & the New J.B.'s on AllMusic.
  6. Grojind
    Fred & The New J.B.'s (Soul, Funk) Fred & The New J.B.'s ‎– Breakin' Bread (People PE ) made in USA original first pressing LP | vinyl: NM (mint-) | cover: NM (mint-) deletion mark in cover The J.B.'s (sometimes punctuated The JB's or The J.B.s) was the name of James Brown's band from through the early s. On records the band was sometimes billed under alternate names such.
  7. Gagal
    Aug 02,  · Fred & The New J.B.'s - Breakin' Bread [Unissued in this form] Recorded June 27th, , Sound Ideas, NYC Fred Wesley (trombone, vocals) .
  8. Kigor
    The last of the Fred Wesley and the JB's albums. "Breakin' Bread" and "Makin' Love" charted R&B. The funk is still much in evidence, although some new twists and turns manifest themselves on the "rapped" title cut. (Credited to Fred Wesley & the New JB's.) ~ Rob Bowman, All Music Guide/5(14).

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