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Boston Gardens
2003-03-26 23:07:27
James Brown

James Brown Poster - Boston Gardens, Boston

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El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   Dude's on vacation. E-mail him.   2007-02-21 00:00:42
GrushkinSend Grushkin a message :   Clay--dude--this is NOT a real poster, ok?
There are plenty of classic James Brown posters to display and archive. This ain't one. Bogus.
  2007-02-20 23:24:33
john seaburySend john seabury a message :   Also, the body is too tall to be James Brown.I mean, assuming it had feet. James Brown had feet!   2007-02-20 22:47:14
JephSend Jeph a message :   I wish 2 things... ....that this was real...
....and that I had one.
  2006-11-07 23:00:26
NODIVISIONSend NODIVISION a message :   I have a fake nirvana poster just like this one but green... first poster anyone ever gave me, hahaha- still hangs on my wall   2006-04-16 09:13:29
bdixSend bdix a message :   I'll be leaving the date off of mine   2006-04-16 08:48:41
cleverkarateSend cleverkarate a message :   AND, that's my freakin head photoshopped onto someone else's body.   2006-04-16 08:47:36
GrushkinSend Grushkin a message :   Clay, please off this poster already. It's a fake.   2006-04-16 08:39:21
Josh RickunSend Josh Rickun a message :   i saw him once...not so prime.   2006-04-16 02:12:29
motownjcSend motownjc a message :   absolutely fake. no question about it.
the '414' after where it says "boston gardens" is an inventory stock number. plus it says boston gardens, not boston garden. this outfit has generated hundreds of bullshit fakes like this.
  2006-04-16 00:34:14
craigSend craig a message :   randomized, wether or not it's legit it's hanging in a frame above my poker table, it was a gift from a friend.   2004-07-23 07:05:58
ShawnySend Shawny a message :   ...that was this concert? i can't remember if i saw a documentary on this concert, or if i saw a movie in which it was depicted, but either way, it rings a bell and remains a priamry reason why james brown kicks asses. i think the mayor of boston gave the godfather of soul a phone call and PLEADED with him to have the show go on and to calm down the, i seriously would have killed to have seen the man in his prime.   2004-02-28 07:23:25
KurtSend Kurt a message :   Hey, I put this poster on here, but now that I did some more research on it, it looks like a fake. one was selling on EBAY as a reproduction for $7.00. But I did find something interesting about htis concert.
"The concert that was broadcasted live on television just 24 hours after the assassination of civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr. The crowd becomes wild, jumping on stage surrounding the godfather of soul, James Brown. Police try to no avail to push the crowds off the stage but it gets worse. James Brown takes control of the whole situation and the show goes on!"
That must have been one hell of a concert!
  2003-03-29 14:50:59
Brendan JordanSend Brendan Jordan a message :   I always try to do that too   2003-03-28 12:46:08
menor66Send menor66 a message :   I like to put the year on my posters, so looking at them i can remember what year the show was   2003-03-28 02:30:05
Paul GrushkinSend Paul Grushkin a message :   the greatest black music posters (hey, my opinion)were printed by the Tilghman Press in Oakland, CA. Many outstanding examples of their letterpress work in chapter one of ART OF ROCK.   2003-03-27 22:34:34
kozikSend kozik a message :   after collecting paper goods for 20 years all I have to say is that if its too good to be true,it usually isnt. this screams fake.
NO ONE would put the year on a poster then unless it was a festival or revue event.....
  2003-03-27 22:07:28
Paul GrushkinSend Paul Grushkin a message :   this does not look real to me. putting the year on the poster is often a key indicator of a problem. unfortunately, for many reasons, authentic black music posters from the '50s - '70s just don't exist. thousands were taken to the dump by the printers. very few were taken off the telephone poles and preserved. I oughta know, because I chased these down for years. I never saw this one, and it just doesn't look or feel right.   2003-03-27 22:00:39
scrojoSend scrojo a message :   it's hard to tell from the clothes and especially the hair but......i'm thinking '69-'73. also......the info is a little TOO exact ( no opening acts, no sponsors/radio, no adress....etc).   2003-03-27 17:27:36
GrzecaSend Grzeca a message :   Hmmmm...I dont know about the authenticity of if its a reprint or not...(I have a reprint of a Johnny Cash one from the 60's) but I'd bet the photo is from that era. He was pretty big by '72- did you see how he looked in "when we were kings"?   2003-03-27 16:57:30
scrojoSend scrojo a message :   i hate to say it but.....i'm suspicious about this poster. a few years ago there were a bunch of 'retro-knockoff' posters done and this definetly seems in that style. i'd even bet that this is a photo of 'the godfather' post-68.   2003-03-27 16:53:45
GrzecaSend Grzeca a message :   I would kill for this.   2003-03-27 16:37:30
porkypigstyleSend porkypigstyle a message :   so cool.   2003-03-27 13:38:26
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