In 1964 James Brown first recorded I Got You (I Feel Good) - Brown's highest ranking number one hit single (out of 18) on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. Brown produced the song by reworking Yvonne Fair's I Found You - a song Brown produced in 1962 for Fair, one of his back-up singers. When the song was recorded in 1964, the releasee was halted by a complicated lawsuit involving Smash Records and King Records. The song was still being heavily promoted by Brown, who played it regularly on the road (335 days a year). In 1965, Brown recorded the song again adding a guitar, more sax and stronger screams. The new recording was released without a problem.
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