" Cold Sweat " is a song performed by James Brown and written with his bandleader Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis . Brown recorded it in May 1967 . An edited version of "Cold Sweat" released as a two-part single on King Records was a #1 R&B hit , and reached number seven on the Pop Singles chart. [1] [2] The complete recording, over 7 minutes long, was included on an album of the same name.

"Cold Sweat" developed from an earlier James Brown song, "I Don't Care", recorded in 1962 and first released on the album Tour the U.S.A. . According to Brown, "it was a slow, bluesy tune then. It was good that way, but I was really getting into my funk bag now, and it became an almost completely different tune, except for the lyrics." [3] Ellis recalled in an interview that

"Cold Sweat" is the first recording in which Brown calls for a drum solo (with the famous exclamation "give the drummer some") from Clyde Stubblefield , beginning the tradition of rhythmic " breaks " that would become important in dance music and form the foundation of sampling . It also features a saxophone solo by Maceo Parker .

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" Cold Sweat " is a song performed by James Brown and written with his bandleader Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis . Brown recorded it in May 1967 . An edited version of "Cold Sweat" released as a two-part single on King Records was a #1 R&B hit , and reached number seven on the Pop Singles chart. [1] [2] The complete recording, over 7 minutes long, was included on an album of the same name.

"Cold Sweat" developed from an earlier James Brown song, "I Don't Care", recorded in 1962 and first released on the album Tour the U.S.A. . According to Brown, "it was a slow, bluesy tune then. It was good that way, but I was really getting into my funk bag now, and it became an almost completely different tune, except for the lyrics." [3] Ellis recalled in an interview that

"Cold Sweat" is the first recording in which Brown calls for a drum solo (with the famous exclamation "give the drummer some") from Clyde Stubblefield , beginning the tradition of rhythmic " breaks " that would become important in dance music and form the foundation of sampling . It also features a saxophone solo by Maceo Parker .

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