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That year the band released the top ten R&B hit "(Do the) Mashed Potatoes" on Dade Records, owned by Henry Stone, billed under the pseudonym "Nat Kendrick & the Swans" due to label issues.As a result of its success, King president Syd Nathan shifted Brown's contract from Federal to the parent label, King, which according to Brown in his autobiography meant "you got more support from the company".(May 3, 1933 – December 25, 2006) was an American singer, songwriter, dancer, musician, record producer and bandleader.A progenitor of funk music and a major figure of 20th century popular music and dance, he is often referred to as the "Godfather of Soul".While with King, Brown, under the Famous Flames lineup, released the album Think!and the following year released two albums with the James Brown Band earning second billing.Stories differ as to how Brown eventually attained parole.
During this time Brown began an ill-fated two-year relationship with 17-year-old Tammi Terrell when she sang in his revue.
He then sent them to a local radio station to record a demo session, where they performed their own composition "Please, Please, Please", which was inspired when Little Richard wrote the words of the title on a napkin and Brown was determined to make a song out of it.
The Famous Flames eventually signed with King Records' Federal subsidiary in Cincinnati, Ohio, and issued a re-recorded version of "Please, Please, Please" in March 1956.
That same year, the ballads "Lost Someone" and "Baby You're Right", the latter a Joe Tex composition, added to his repertoire and increased his reputation with R&B audiences.
On October 24, 1962, Brown financed a live recording of a performance at the Apollo and convinced Syd Nathan to release the album, despite Nathan's belief that no one would buy a live album due to the fact that Brown's singles had already been bought and that live albums were usually bad sellers.
He began singing in talent shows as a young child, first appearing at Augusta's Lenox Theater in 1944, winning the show after singing the ballad "So Long".