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I enjoyed all the Miles Davis
I enjoyed all the Miles Davis puns in this one... also, I've been working on my funk rhythms and an earlier episode reminded me to pick up In the Jungle Groove, which I've been listening to for the past few days.
In the Jungle Groove
What a great album! And you have to (perversely) admire James' brass in presenting himself as someone oppressed by women in the opening track.
Right, but it does go both
Right, but it does go both ways, since in the lyrics he warns women:
Sister, when you love your man, be careful how you tell him that
He will put you back in a corner and use you like a Sunday hat
(Probably my favorite James Brown lyric so far, just because I like the Sunday hat metaphor.)
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