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Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn Part One"
Single by James Brown
from the album It's a New Day - Let a Man Come In
B-side "Sometime"
Released 1969 (1969)
Format 7"
Recorded 1969
Genre Soul, funk
Length 2:58
Label King
6255
Songwriter(s) James Brown
Producer(s) James Brown
James Brown charting singles chronology
"World (Part 1)"
(1969)
"Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn Part One"
(1969)
"Part Two (Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn)"
(1969)

"World (Part 1)"
(1969)
"Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn Part One"
(1969)
"Part Two (Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn)"
(1969)
"Part Two (Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn)"
Single by James Brown
from the album It's a New Day - Let a Man Come In
B-side "Gittin' a Little Hipper"
Released 1969 (1969)
Format 7"
Recorded 1969
Genre Soul, funk
Length 2:58
Label King
6275
Songwriter(s) James Brown
Producer(s) James Brown
James Brown charting singles chronology
"Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn Part One"
(1969)
"Part Two (Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn)"
(1969)
"Ain't It Funky Now (Part 1)"
(1969)

"Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn Part One"
(1969)
"Part Two (Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn)"
(1969)
"Ain't It Funky Now (Part 1)"
(1969)

"Let a Man Come In and Do the Popcorn" is a song by James Brown. Brown's 1969 recording of the song was split into two parts which were released consecutively as singles. Both of the singles charted, with Part One rising to #2 R&B and #21 Pop and Part Two reaching #6 R&B and #40 Pop.[1] The full recording of the song was included on the 1970 album It's a New Day - Let a Man Come In.

References

  1. ^ White, Cliff (1991). "Discography". In Star Time (pp. 54–59) [CD booklet]. New York: PolyGram Records.

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