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Gimme Some More (The J.B.'s song)

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"Gimme Some More"
Single by The J.B.'s
from the album Food for Thought
B-side"The Rabbit Got the Gun"
Released1971 (1971)
Format7"
RecordedSeptember 2, 1971, Soundcraft Studios, North Augusta, SC
GenreFunk
Length3:03
LabelPeople
602
Songwriter(s)James Brown
Producer(s)James Brown
The J.B.'s singles chronology
"My Brother Pt. 1"
(1971)
"Gimme Some More"
(1971)
"Pass the Peas"
(1972)

"Gimme Some More" is a 1971 song written by James Brown and recorded by his band, The J.B.'s. Released as a single on People Records, it charted No. 11 R&B and No. 67 Pop. Its lyrics consist solely of the song title, chanted by the whole band throughout the record. "Gimme Some More" also appeared on the 1972 album Food for Thought.

A 1972 live performance of "Gimme Some More" is included on The J.B.'s' 1995 compilation album Funky Good Time: The Anthology.

This page was last edited on 29 November 2018, at 23:15
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