I Feel Good: A Memoir of a Life of Soul
From one of the most important, iconic and influential musicians of the 20th century, James Brown, comes this honest and fascinating biography. Though Brown's career is well covered in the music charts, tabloids and rumour mill, there remains a story beyond mere chronology. This autobiography charts Brown's childhood memories, his musical triumphs, troubles with the law and struggles with his inner demons and truly gets to the heart of this legend. In essence, this is the full, unabridged story of James Brown, told - as no one else could - in his own words.
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