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The Next Step (James Brown album)

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The Next Step
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Studio album by James Brown
Released August 27, 2002
Recorded 2002
Genre Soul, Funk
Length 54:20
Label Fome Records
Producer James Brown, Derrick "New Funk" Monk
James Brown chronology
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The Next Step is the 65th and final studio album by American musician James Brown. The album was released on August 27, 2002, by Fome Records.[1]

"The following year he was the subject of a PBS American Masters documentary, James Brown: Soul Survivor. He continued performing well into the first decade of the 2000s, appearing at the second Bonnaroo festival in 2003, at the Edinburgh Live 8 concert in 2005, and setting out on his "Seven Decades Of Funk World Tour" in 2006."[2]

Brown died of congestive heart failure due to complications from pneumonia on December 25, 2006, four years after The Next Step was released.[2]

Track listings

All tracks composed by James Brown and Derrick Monk; except where indicated

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Automatic"   3:50
2. "Send Her Back to Me" James Brown, Bobby Byrd, Charles Bobbit, Derrick Monk 3:20
3. "Motivation"   3:41
4. "Sunshine"   4:03
5. "Nothing But a Jam"   4:03
6. "Baby You've Got What It Takes" Clyde Otis, Murray Stein 4:03
7. "It's Time" James Brown, Tommy Rae 3:23
8. "Why Did This Happen To Me" James Brown, Bobby Byrd, Charles Bobbit, Derrick Monk 4:21
9. "Good and Natural"   5:10
10. "Killing Is Out, School Is In" James Brown, Bobby Byrd, Charles Bobbit, Derrick Monk 2:46


  1. ^ "The Next Step – James Brown – Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards – AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 19 April 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "James Brown". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 19 April 2015. 
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