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Thread started 08/26/09 12:46pm

dance4me3121

Jill Jones love machine scene from Graffiti Bridge

Jill Jones had a amazing body back then.Anyonelse agree? its not a bad scene at all. Even at the beginning i bust out laughing cuz of the faces Jerome makes rite before they start singing Love Machine.
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Reply #1 posted 08/26/09 12:48pm

nurseV

Somebody actually still watches GB? lol
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Reply #2 posted 08/26/09 12:54pm

dance4me3121

nurseV said:

Somebody actually still watches GB? lol
i do about once a month. i love it. Appearantly a lot do cuz it was almost out of stock on amazon.com last week
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Reply #3 posted 08/26/09 7:39pm

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Moving Jill Jones to associated artists
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Reply #4 posted 08/28/09 1:25am

woogiebear

All the parts w/The Time are WORTH IT ALONE!!!!!
cool cool cool cool cool cool cool
Oh yeah- and when Jill Jones left her drawz in the street.....
PRICELESS!!!!!
And yes- she was BANGIN' back then and STILL IS NOW!!!!!
cool cool cool
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Reply #5 posted 08/28/09 7:47am

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dance4me3121 said:

Jill Jones had a amazing body back then.

Still does




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Reply #6 posted 08/29/09 8:59am

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Shango said:

dance4me3121 said:

Jill Jones had a amazing body back then.

Still does






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A Body Like That U Ought 2 B Locked Up In My Jail, Baby!

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Reply #7 posted 08/29/09 5:48pm

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Shango said:

dance4me3121 said:

Jill Jones had a amazing body back then.

Still does






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Reply #8 posted 08/31/09 1:59am

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Alright, still looking good!

Anyway, about Love Machine, I really dig the version in the movie, where they use that portable turn table and scratch at the beginning of the first verse. Everytime I listen to GB is miss that part, but I hear it in my head...
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Reply #9 posted 08/31/09 2:09am

SoulAlive

The "Love Machine" scene was really unfortunate for Jill.First of all,she's not really singing on the song at all.That's Elisa Fiorillo.

Secondly,this scene was supposed to Jill's big moment,where she gets onstage and is finally allowed do her thing.But after the first verse,Aura (Ingrid Chavez) is shown lip-syncing the song with Morris.We don't even see Jill anymore after that!

Just like in 'Purple Rain',she was treated like a meaningless character who doesn't even get a song of her own to perform.
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Reply #10 posted 08/31/09 7:38am

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SoulAlive said:

The "Love Machine" scene was really unfortunate for Jill.First of all,she's not really singing on the song at all.That's Elisa Fiorillo.

Secondly,this scene was supposed to Jill's big moment,where she gets onstage and is finally allowed do her thing.But after the first verse,Aura (Ingrid Chavez) is shown lip-syncing the song with Morris.We don't even see Jill anymore after that!

Just like in 'Purple Rain',she was treated like a meaningless character who doesn't even get a song of her own to perform.


I read that Jill Jones actually sang on the track first but Prince decided to go with Elisa Fiorillo as they got closer to finalizing the track. I'd love to hear the version with her vocals on it. All the boots of this song are with Elisa's vocals.
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