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James Brown - Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved) / Superbad, Superslick Part I Album

Tracklist

1Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved)
Arranged By – Dave Matthews Engineer – Bob Both
6:03
2Superbad, Superslick Part I
Producer – The Hustle Rats
4:04

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DP 4007James Brown Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved) ‎(7", Promo)PolydorDP 4007Japan1975
2066 642James Brown Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved) / Superbad, Superslick Part 1 ‎(7")Polydor2066 642Italy1975
2066 642James Brown Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved) ‎(7", Single, Lar)Polydor2066 642UK1975
2066 642James Brown Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved) ‎(7")Polydor2066 642UK1975
PD 14301James Brown Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved) / Superbad, Superslick Part I ‎(7", Single)PolydorPD 14301US1975

Credits

  • ProducerJames Brown

James Brown - Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved) / Superbad, Superslick Part I Album

Performer: James Brown

Title: Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved) / Superbad, Superslick Part I

Country: US

Release date: 1975

Label: Polydor

Style: Soul, Funk

Catalog: PD 14301

Genre: Soul & Funk

Size MP3: 1069 mb

Size FLAC: 2843 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 428

Record source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Styrene

Related to James Brown - Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved) / Superbad, Superslick Part I

Gosar
Listen to this song and then David Bowie's Fame. HUH!
Gosar
Listen to this song and then David Bowie's Fame. HUH!
Wrathmaster
Wonder if James Brown ever heard Fame by David Bowie?
Wrathmaster
Wonder if James Brown ever heard Fame by David Bowie?
Dddasuk
Supposedly James Brown specifically instructed his bandleader to adapt the Bowie tune for his own band. When asked about it, Bowie remarked that he took the obvious theft as a profound compliment. I imagine that James Brown had a strong inkling that the market likely to pick up "Hot" was probably not buying a lot of Bowie records.
Dddasuk
Supposedly James Brown specifically instructed his bandleader to adapt the Bowie tune for his own band. When asked about it, Bowie remarked that he took the obvious theft as a profound compliment. I imagine that James Brown had a strong inkling that the market likely to pick up "Hot" was probably not buying a lot of Bowie records.