James Brown – Hell (1974)

Hell is a double album by soul/funk vocalist/musician James Brown, released in 1974 on Polydor.

A1. “Coldblooded” (4:45)
A2. “Hell” (5:03)
A3. “My Thang” (4:20)
A4. “Sayin’ It and Doin’ It” (3:05)
A5. “Please, Please, Please” (4:07)
B1. “When the Saints Go Marching In” (2:43)
B2. “These Foolish Things Remind Me of You” (3:14)
B3. “Stormy Monday” (3:15)
B4. “A Man Has to Go Back to the Cross Road Before He Finds Himself” (2:52)
B5. “Sometime” (4:15)
C1. “I Can’t Stand It “76”” (8:10)
C2. “Lost Someone” (3:35)
C3. “Don’t Tell a Lie About Me and I Won’t Tell the Truth on You” (5:05)
D. “Papa Don’t Take No Mess” (13:51)

James Brown — vocals, producer, organ, synthesiser, piano, songwriter, arrangements
Bob Both — percussion, recording engineer
Isiah “Ike” Oakley — trumpet
Fred Wesley — trombone, percussion, tambourine, background vocals, songwriter
Maceo Parker — alto saxophone
Jimmy Parker — alto saxophone
St. Clair Pinckney — tenor saxophone
Jimmy Nolen — guitar
Hearlon “Cheese” Martin — guitar
Fred Thomas — bass guitar
John Starks — drums, songwriter
John Morgan — drums
Johnny Griggs — congas
Martha Harvin — background vocals
Lyn Collins — background vocals, vocals
Lew Soloff — trumpet
Jon Faddis — trumpet
Michael Gipson — trombone
David Sanborn — alto saxophone
Frank Vicari — tenor saxophone
Joe Farrell — tenor saxophone, reeds
Pee Wee Ellis — baritone saxophone
David Matthews — electric piano, arrangements
Joe Beck — guitar
Sam Brown — guitar
Gordon Edwards — bass guitar
Jimmy Madison — drums
Sue Evans — percussion
Bobby Roach — background vocals
Johnny Scotton — background vocals
Tom Harrell — trombone
Jim Buffington — French horn
Eddie Daniels — reeds
Dave Tofani — reeds
Charlie Brown — guitar
Ralph MacDonald — percussion
Hilda Harris — background vocals
Deborah McDuffie — background vocals
Maeretha Stewart — vocals
Gene Orloff — concertmaster
Charles Sherrell — guitar
Chuck Rainey — bass guitar
Harvey Mason — drums

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