* Extensive additional interviews footage.
* Panel discussion at Boston premiere of the film.
Great information on Mr James Brown. Have a new found respect for the man!Published 2 months ago by W. Rahim
This is, believe it or not, a turning point in civil rights history. My Uncle Norman Kilpatrick walked The Bridge in Selma w Dr King and my family has been part of the fight for... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Steve Kilpatrick
Historical in nature. James Brown stepped into a powder keg and delivered the goods. Plus the concert was really greatPublished 15 months ago by Gregory McIntyre
learned a lot about james brown and the city of boston, and what it was like in 1968. also some good concert footage.Published 18 months ago by bruce
i was visiting texas when i saw this advertised,and when i saw it at home for the very first time ,i remember seeing it on tv that very spring dayPublished on May 16, 2013 by gregory stevenson
This video was very informative from an historical perspective! I learned a lot about Dr. Martin Luther King Murder, and the surrounding facts that caused James Brown to be... Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by Jean White
This movie shows the influence James Brown had on a people...and how one man squash a potential riot. And a must see performance!Published on April 19, 2013 by The Word of One
I'm sure James Brown's performance helped the tense situation but too much time was spent on glorifying his role. My interest was in his performance. Read morePublished on March 31, 2013 by Stanley R. Batt