Live At The Apollo 2 is a live album by James Brown recorded in Harlem, New York in June 1967.
The original Live At The Apollo recorded in 1962 was a huge success. It presented James Brown as the soul singer.
By 1967, he had started experimenting with funk rhythms and this presents more of the James Brown sound that you probably expect.
James Brown Live At The Apollo 2
Introduction To The James Brown Show – 0:31
Think – 2:55
I Wanna Be Around – 3:11
James Brown (Thanks) – 1:51
That’s Life – 4:40
Kansas City – 3:52
Sweet Soul Music – 2:37
It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World – 19:11
Caravan – 3:19
Introduction To ‘Startime’ – 0:34
Money Won’t Change You / Out Of Sight – 0:42
Bring It Up – 4:40
Try Me – 3:13
Let Yourself Go – 1:42
There Was A Time – 8:52
I Feel All Right – 7:05
Cold Sweat – 6:02
Prisoner Of Love – 8:16
My Girl – 0:23
Maybe The Last Time – 4:36
I Got You (I Feel Good) – 0:28
Please, Please, Please – 3:01
Bring It Up (Finale – 1:12
What People Say
The first Live At The Apollo gets most of the attention but this second album has been included in the following best live albums lists:
Rolling Stone Top 25
Buying James Brown Live At The Apollo 2
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What Do You Think?
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What Are the Best Live Albums Ever?
This album is nominated in the poll to find the best funk live albums
James Brown also has album(s) nominated in the poll to find the best live soul albums