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James Brown started a gospel quartet called “James Brown and the Famous Flames” with his fellow cellmates, including Johnny Terry. They started playing in college campuses and nightclubs. Their song “Please, Please, Please” was an early success and the group was eventually signed by King Records. The single peaked at number five on the Billboard charts. The group reached number one on the R&B chart with “Try Me” in 1959.

Gravity earned a lukewarm reception from critics. Robert Christgau went so far as to describe it as "[n]ot a James Brown album--a James Brown-influenced Dan Hartman record, with James Brown on vocals", and urged readers to seek out recent reissues of Brown's earlier work instead. [3] Ron Wynn of described the album as "moderately interesting" but that, ultimately, Brown was trying to "catch up" with contemporary trends. [5]


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