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Brown charted at least 96 entries on the Billboard Hot 100 and at least 110 entries on the R&B chart. Seventeen of Brown's singles, including five credited as "James Brown and the Famous Flames", hit number-one on the R&B chart. He recorded several more hits pseudonymously, notably " (Do the) Mashed Potatoes " and " Doing It to Death ". In addition to his own hits, Brown wrote and produced charting records by many other performers, including Bobby Byrd , Hank Ballard , Tammy Montgomery , Lyn Collins , Marva Whitney , and The .'s. In contrast to his chart success, few of Brown's hit recordings were certified by the RIAA , partly due to the reluctance of his record labels to pay the required fees. [1] He had just two certified gold singles - " Get on the Good Foot " (1972) and " The Payback " (1974) - and one gold album, 1973's The Payback . [2] However, two 1991 compilations of his work earned RIAA certification: Star Time (gold) and 20 All-Time Greatest Hits! (platinum).

James Brown (b. James Joseph Brown , 3 May 1933, in Barnwell, SC, USA – d. 25 Dec 2006), is recognized as one of the most influential figures in 20th century music. He was a seminal force in the evolution of gospel and rhythm and blues into soul and funk . He has also left his mark on numerous other musical genres, including rock , jazz , reggae , disco , dance and electronic music, and hip-hop music.


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