Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses). Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses)" is a song performed by James Brown. It is a disco reworking of his 1974 song "The Payback". Released as a two-part single on TK Records in 1980, it charted R&B. It also appeared on the album Soul Syndrome.
Artists James Brown Soul Syndrome Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses?) Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses?) James Brown.
Single by James Brown. from the album Soul Syndrome. Rapp Payback (Pt. II) (Where Iz Moses)". November 1980 (1980-11). YouTube Encyclopedic. 1/3. Views: 757. 35 691. 2 980.
Rapp Payback is less a song than a full frontal assault on the senses. Recorded in 1980, when James Brown's best work was behind him, it has always seemed to me the sound of a giant throwing down the gauntlet for one last time, a challenge to the young guns of disco, rap and hip-hop who were coming up behind. By the end of the 70s, Brown had lost the core of his backing group to the freewheeling c collective and had hired new JBs he described as "religious, educated and straightlaced". One word of advice: don't mess around with the seven-minute single – go for the full monty with the double-length version on the Soul Syndrome album.
Album: The Singles Vol. 11: 1979-1981. s - Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses) 03:26. Album: The Singles Vol. James Brown: best 2 tracks. James Brown - I Feel Good Soul Voices Vol. 4, 2018 02:56. s - Smokin' & Drinkin' The Singles Vol. 11: 1979-1981, 2011 04:35.
James Brown, OBE PC DL (16 December 1862 – 21 March 1939) was a Scottish Labour politician. Educated at Annbank Public School, he was Secretary of the Ayrshire Miners' Union and of the Scottish Miners' National Union. He unsuccessfully contested North Ayrshire in January 1910 and was the Member of Parliament (MP) for South Ayrshire from 1918–1931 and from 1935 until his death. After killing an Egyptian slavemaster (because the slavemaster was smiting a Hebrew), Moses fled across the Red Sea to Midian, where he encountered the God of Israel speaking to him from within a "burning bush which was not consumed by the fire" on Mount Horeb (which he regarded as the Mountain of God).
|A1||Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses?)||7:00|
|B1||Rapp Payback Part II (Where Iz Moses?)||3:28|
- Executive Producer – Henry Stone
- Producer – James Brown
|TKD-452||James Brown||Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses) (12")||T.K. Records||TKD-452||US||1980|
|RCA 28, PB 5310||James Brown||Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses?) (7", Single)||RCA, RCA||RCA 28, PB 5310||UK||1980|
|310905||James Brown||Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses?) (Part 1 & 2) (12", Single, Ltd)||Vogue||310905||France||1980|
|JB 729||James Brown||Rapp Payback (12", Unofficial)||Dance Classics||JB 729||US||Unknown|
|TKD-452||James Brown||Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses) (12", Promo)||T.K. Records||TKD-452||US||1980|