I've Got Money
|"I've Got Money"|
|Single by James Brown|
|from the album Tour the U.S.A.|
|A-side||"Three Hearts in a Tangle"|
|Recorded||May 21, 1962, King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States|
|Genre||Rhythm and blues|
|James Brown charting singles chronology|
"I've Got Money" is a song written and recorded by James Brown. It was released as the B-side of Brown's 1962 R&B hit "Three Hearts in a Tangle". It charted on its own, reaching #93 on the Billboard Hot 100. Both songs appeared on the album Tour the U.S.A..
Biographer R.J. Smith describes "I've Got Money" as "one of the less-known great records of Brown's career":
It's a song whose time has yet to arrive, and it's barely a song. It's like a blueprint of some uncanny object. It's an assemblage of parts: a scimitar guitar chord coming down on the One, a show band horn chorus quoting Judy Garland's "The Trolley Song," and [Clayton Fillyau's] stampeding drums. The parts are arranged in a line, one beside the next - an incomprehensible rebus.
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