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(Mono) 'Recorded Live: Royal Theater, Baltimore, Maryland Nov. 1963. Producers: James Brown, Sydney Nathan, Gene Eedd. Audio: Chuck Seitz, Ron Linhoff, Hal Neely. Cover photo: Chuck Stewart. Album design: Hal Neely and Dan Quest. The King recording team traveled form Cincinnati to Baltimore and recorded the entire James Brown show using Ampex 350-2 stereo tape machines, ten microphones, and a specially built recording control panel. The Famous Flames: (left to right) Lloyd Stallworth, youngest in years, only 23, first joined the tour in Miami as personal valet to James. One night during an illness of one of the Flames, Lloyd filled in and for the group so well that James made him a permanent member. Bobby Bennett, newest member of the Flames, was a tailor in Burlington, North Carolina, and friend of band member J.C. Davis. During a vacation trip to New York in the summer of 1959, he auditioned for James, got the job and became one of the Flames. Bobby is famous in his own right for his hilarious routines and is heard in this album on a comedy bit with James. Bobby Byrd, one of the original Flames, hails from Macon, Georgia, and has been with James since the start. In addition to singing in the group, Bobby does solo vocal spots and also plays the organ in the band. He has collaborated in writing many hit songs. Photo taken in 1963 during the prisoner of love session in New York City. Original members of the group were: Bobby Byrd; Sylvester Keels now teaching school in Georgia; Johnny Terry, who is in the record business in Washington D.C.; Nafloyd Scott and Luke Gonder who are both still with James, in his band.'[discogs]