Admittedly, the only James Brown that I’m familiar with is that he feels good and he’s coming to America. 1986’s, In the Jungle Groove was made up of a bunch on singles from ’69 to ’70. It, also has some previously unreleased tracks, alternate tracks, and remixes. It was kinda fun but I came away from it thinking that James Brown was probably best experienced live. I dunno, I don't really have much to say about it. Your thoughts?