Good God, indeed – a masterful compilation of some of the weirdest James Brown covers you've ever heard – a truly global assortment of tunes, all of which really keep the best funky spirit of The Godfather in place! The tracks here go way past the usual, and most of the numbers are all quite obscure – tracks recorded not even by soul singers, but by an assortment of artists of many different genres– all working at different points around the globe in the 60s and 70s, brought together here by their love of James' original funky vision! And in case you're worried about these tunes being some watered-down version of the JB groove, put your fears to rest – because all the cuts here have as many funky breaks and hard riffing as any of James' best from back in the day – sometimes even more, given the weirdness of their styles! Titles include "Cold Sweat" by El Klan, "Mother Popcorn
" by Dillard Crume & The Soul Rockers, "Sou Negro" by Toni Tornado, "Do It" by Lil Tiger, "Tema De Zorra" by Waltel Branco, "Popcorn
" by East Of Underground, "There Was A Time" by Six Pack, "Hot Pants Road" by Tihomir Pop Asanovic, "Hot Pants" by El Combo Xingu, "Think" by Skorpyons Of Jamaica, "Papa Don't Take No Mess" by Som Livre House Band, "Lickin Stick" by Willie Dickson & The Playboys, and "My Thing/
I Made A Mistake" by Douglass High School Stage Band 1970.