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James Brown

Oh Baby Don't You Weep

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“Oh Baby Don’t You Weep” is a song recorded in 1964 by James Brown and The Famous Flames. Based upon the spiritual “Mary Don’t You Weep”, it was recorded as an extended-length track and released as the first two-part single of Brown’s recording career. It peaked at #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 and at #4 on the Cash Box R&B Chart. (At the time of the single’s release, Billboard’s R&B singles chart had been temporarily suspended). It was the last original song featuring the Famous Flames to chart, not counting the 1964 re-release of “Please, Please, Please” and the 1966 B-side release of the Live at the Apollo performance of “I’ll Go Crazy”. “Oh Baby, Don’t You Weep” was originally issued with dubbed-in audience noise to simulate a live recording and added... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Do doop doopty doop ... Oh, baby, don't you weep ... Aaaah, baby

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