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Reply #60 posted 02/12/18 7:05pm

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WITH U

I've held your hand so many times
And I still get the feeling
I felt the very first time

I've kissed your lips
And laid with you
And I've cherished every moment
We've spent in each other's arms

I guess my eyes
Can only see as far as you
Cause I only want to be with you

We've come so far
In so little time
Sometimes I wonder if this is meant to be

Cause sometimes
You are oh, so very kind
The nights you're not with me
I'm scared that you're gonna leave

I guess you say
That I'm just being a fool
Cause I only want to be with you


Hey, hey
I guess you say that
I'm, I'm just being a fool
Cause I only, only wanna be with you
With you

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With You is the fifth track on Prince's second album Prince. In 1987, a re-recorded version (essentially a cover version, but mixed by Prince) was included as the fourth track on Jill Jones' first and only album Jill Jones.

An early version of the song was recorded on 17 February 1979 at Music Farm Studios in New York, during a day of sessions led by Pepé Willie intended for Tony Silvester, leader of the group The Main Ingredient to use as demos for Little Anthony and the Imperials, who he wanted to produce (the one-day session also produced One Man Jam, If You Feel Like Dancin', I Feel For You, Thrill You Or Kill You, and André Cymone's original version of Do Me, Baby), although With You was recorded with extra studio time and was not intended for use by Tony Silvester.

While specific recording dates for the album version are not known, the album sessions took place from late April to late May 1979 at Alpha Studios in Burbank, California. Overdubs and mixing took place at Hollywood Sound Recorders in Los Angeles, California.

In 1986, Jill Jones re-recorded the track for inclusion on her 1987 eponymous album Jill Jones. This is essentially a cover version of the track, without musical input by Prince, but Prince mixed the Jill Jones version further on 30 January 1986 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California (on the same day as mixing Mia Bocca, G-Spot and Baby, You're A Trip, and recording It's A Wonderful Day), leading to its inclusion here.


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Reply #61 posted 02/12/18 7:18pm

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Orchestral Players (assumed):
  • Violins - Isabelle Daskoff, Francine Walsh, Mari Botnik, Pam Gates, Janice Gower, Karen Jones, Betty Moor, Irma Neumann, Assa Drori, Bill Hymanson, Oscar Chasow, Ron Clark, Henry Ferber, Erne Granat, Ed Green, Bill Hybel, Reggie Hill, Pat Johnson, Don Palmer, Sheldon Sanov, Joe Schonbrun, Terry Schonbrun and Harold Wolf
  • Violas - Pam Goldsmith, Margot Maclaine, Carol Mukagawa, Myer Bello, Alan Deverich, Norman Forrest, Alan Harshman, Jorge Moraga and David Stock
  • Cellos - Jim Arkatoff, Ray Kelley, Ray Kramer and Fred Seykora
  • Basses - Chuck Dominico and Arni Egilsson
  • Woodwinds - Gene Cipriano, Don Ashworth, John Clarke, Dave Edwards, Gary Foster, Jim Kanter, John Lowe, Dick Mitchell, Jack Nimitz, Joe Soldo and Bob Tricarico
  • Trumpets - Ray Brown, Rich Cooper, Bob Findley, Larry Ford, Bob O'Donnell and Al Vizutti
  • Trombones - Garnett Brown, Charles Loper, Morris Repass and Bill Watrous
  • French Horns - Marni Johnson, David Duke, Joe Myer, Brian O'Connor, Calvin Smith and Jim Thatcher
  • Tuba - Tommy Johnson
  • Tympani and percussion - Brent Fischer

Killin' At The Soda Shop is an unreleased song recorded on 29 May 1985 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California (the day after Polka-Dot Tiger, the same day as Drawers (later released as Little Rock), Married Man and Zebra With The Blonde Hair, the day before For Love). Clare Fischer arranged and recorded orchestration for the song in August 1985, at Monterey Sound Studios in Glendale, California, but the song was ultimately not included on Jill Jones' album Jill Jones.

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I would love to hear peoples opinions on this song.
It is very interesting, I think this is the first JJ song with an uptempo rock drive

she is doing some interesting vocals, but either the music isn't meshing with her or she isn't meshing with the music

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Reply #64 posted 02/15/18 7:03pm

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I would love to hear peoples opinions on this song.
It is very interesting, I think this is the first JJ song with an uptempo rock drive


she is doing some interesting vocals, but either the music isn't meshing with her or she isn't meshing with the music


Not her best, I don’t think. I love her album and I think she has a fantastic voice, but the three songs she leaked last year were very weak, and all three were seriously lacking vocally...
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Silvertongue7 said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

I would love to hear peoples opinions on this song.
It is very interesting, I think this is the first JJ song with an uptempo rock drive

she is doing some interesting vocals, but either the music isn't meshing with her or she isn't meshing with the music

Not her best, I don’t think. I love her album and I think she has a fantastic voice, but the three songs she leaked last year were very weak, and all three were seriously lacking vocally...

Yeah, it is off, but I love listening to it lol

I enjoy Wednesday thought...

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Reply #67 posted 02/21/18 3:31pm

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Silvertongue7 said:


OldFriends4Sale said:


I would love to hear peoples opinions on this song.
It is very interesting, I think this is the first JJ song with an uptempo rock drive


she is doing some interesting vocals, but either the music isn't meshing with her or she isn't meshing with the music



Not her best, I don’t think. I love her album and I think she has a fantastic voice, but the three songs she leaked last year were very weak, and all three were seriously lacking vocally...



Yeah, it is off, but I love listening to it lol


I enjoy Wednesday though...


After a monumental disappointment when I first heard it, Wednesday has grown on me.
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Reply #68 posted 02/22/18 1:46am

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http://people.com/archive...l-28-no-1/










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July 06, 1987 12:00 PM


Jill Jones



Maybe Prince keeps finding new female protégées such as Vanity, Apollonia, Sheila E. and now Jones just to make sure there’s always someone to sing dirty to him. On All Day, All Night, Jones sings, “I watch as you make love to others/ Disgusting as it seems, it intoxicates me…/ My heartbeat accelerates and my mouth waters uncontrollably.” That lewd song is the weakest of three that Prince co-wrote and co-produced on Jones’s debut album. The others, Mia Bocca and For Love, have Prince’s banty rooster, rhythmic impetus. The man should bottle his remarkable ability to make all the instruments on a track sound percussive. David Z., who produced the rest of the album with Jones, gets a good horn sound but tends to overdo the strings. In a way Jones makes the same mistake with her voice, overindulging in pyrotechnics and histrionics. In a misguided effort to prove her versatility, she sings each song in a different character. There’s the herky-jerky Lydia Lunch delivery on Mia Bocca, the breathy Sheila E. soprano of G-Spot and the topper, a chiding Carmen Miranda-as-battle-ax tone for My Man. Jones may have talent, but it’s hard to find under her frantic ambition. (Paisley Park)








That's an interesting contemporary review alright, huh. This is my favourite ever Prince protégé album.



Mine too. It felt really grown up at the time. Violet blue is brilliant. Prince was brilliant at creating characters and stories durung thus era you reallt could "dig if you will a picture"
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Reply #69 posted 02/22/18 8:30am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

Yeah, it is off, but I love listening to it lol

I enjoy Wednesday though...

After a monumental disappointment when I first heard it, Wednesday has grown on me.

Yeah the story of Wednesday gave it some kind of grandness like hearing Power Fantastic for me.
But then when I heard the demo snippet with Prince, I kinda got it was meant to be a meloncholy quiet song. Then reading the PR script where it fit, I got it. So once I heard the song I was happy with it. And I sure do enjoy being able to fit it in it's place on my Purple Rain movie playlist.

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jcurley said:

jaawwnn said:

That's an interesting contemporary review alright, huh. This is my favourite ever Prince protégé album.

Mine too. It felt really grown up at the time. Violet blue is brilliant. Prince was brilliant at creating characters and stories durung thus era you reallt could "dig if you will a picture"

I know JJ wanted to distance herself from being another 'Prince Girl' but I wish she was more connected to the Prince scene. Even the album cover creates that distance. There are some great photos from the 1986 period I would have used. And Prince wanted her to wear a heart bracelett but she wouldn't.

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Oh, what a beautiful morning
Oh, what a beautiful ass
Darling, this is my final plea for love

Take me now or witness
The slow and horrible death of your white fox
My time is running out
I can wait no longer

I watch as you make love to others
Disgusting as it seems
It intoxicates me

You might say that I'm amused
To the point where my blood increases
My heartbeat accelerates
And my mouth waters uncontrollably
For I know that no woman
Will ever love you like your white fox

No woman will ever kiss you
In this lifetime or the next
The way you and I kiss tonight
Take me now as I am


For I am becoming confused
To what I stand for and desire
Tell me, darling

Who I am?
Who I am?
What I am?
What am I?
What am I?

Oh, are these my lips?
Or are they petals
From some crazy flower?
Oh, are these my hips?
If they are
Then they're some kind of powerful

[Chorus:]
All day, all night
You can be my baby
I'll make you feel alright

All day, all night
You can be my baby
I'll make you feel alright

[Verse 2:]
Oh, is this your mouth?
Am I swirling in some wet tornado?
Oh, You make me wanna shout
When I'm in your arms
I feel like Play-Doh

[Repeat Chorus:]

Wait a minute

Oh
Is this your house?
Am I in an ocean of desire?
Oh

You make me wanna shout
When I'm in your love
I feel on fire
(Ooh)

[Repeat Chorus:]

Shock-a-laka

[Repeat Chorus x4:]

Yeah, yeah, yeah

What I am
What am I
What am I
Who am I
Who, darling?
Me too
Desire for
And I want to be with you

Start, don't stop
Make love
Every night and all day
Becoming
Tonight I kiss
I love you

Whoa, darling
Night time
You kissed
I wanna know

[Repeat x3:]
Start
Don't stop
Make love
Every night and all day

Hey
What's happening, y'all?
This is a groove up in here

[Chorus:]
You can be my baby
Make you feel all right
All day
(All day)
All night
(All night)
You can be my baby
Make you feel all right

All day
(All day)
All night
(All night)

You can be my baby
Make you feel all right
What am I?
(All day)
What am I?
(All night)
You can be my baby
Make you feel all right

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All Day, All Night is the fifth track on Jill Jones's first and only Paisley Park Records album Jill Jones. Although Jill Jones shared official writing credits, the song was written solely by Prince and is registered at the Library of Congress as having been written by Joey Coco.

Basic tracking for Prince's original version took place during Prince and the Revolution's concert on 7 June 1984 at First Avenue in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during the same show where the basic tracks for Our Destiny and Roadhouse Garden were also recorded (this is listed in the unreleased versions section as it was used as a basis for the released track). Prince added further instrumentation and Jill Jones added vocals at a later date (likely in July 1986, although this is unconfirmed).

Recording Personnel

Jill Jones version


Unreleased live recording

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Paris France Sept. 1987

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Zebra With The Blonde Hair is an unreleased instrumental recorded on 29 May 1985 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California (the day after Polka-Dot Tiger, the same day as Drawers (later released as Little Rock), Killin' At The Soda Shop and Married Man, the day before For Love). It is not known if this track was intended for any particular project.

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Polka-Dot Tiger is an unreleased instrumental recorded on 28 May 1985 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California (two days after Come Elektra Tuesday, Heaven and Stella And Charles, the day before Drawers (later released as Little Rock), Killin' At The Soda Shop, Married Man and Zebra With The Blonde Hair). Although recorded during sessions focused on Jill Jones' album Jill Jones, it is unknown if this song was intended for this or any other project.

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For love
I have given you the very best, yeah
Any woman ever can

For love
I would follow you everywhere you go
My friends don't understand

[Pre-Chorus:]
I would tie you with a chain
If that would put you
In the frame of mind I think's so cool

I want you so badly
Don't you know
I'd gladly give my life for loving you?

[Chorus:]
For love
Do most anything
For love

Listen to me

[Verse 2:]
For love
I would suffer kisses from another
If that was what turned you on

For love
I have done less
And still felt the best
When I'm with you
Nothing is wrong

[Repeat Pre-Chorus:]

[Repeat Chorus:]

Do most anything
For love
(For love)

[Bridge:]
Baby, come and take me
Any way you make me
I'll be good and that's for sure
Baby, if you love me
I'm the one and only doctor that's got the cure

[Repeat Pre-Chorus:]

[Repeat Chorus:]

[Repeat x4:]
For love

I'd do
I'd do
Do
I'd do
I'd do

Looka here

I will do anything
Anything for loving you
Uh, kaleidoscope of musical colors
Ooh, hit me!

Sounds so good, uh
Mmm
(Coca Cola)
Ha ha
Yeah!
(What's that?)

For love
For love
For love

Hang on, uh
I gotta go feed the dog
Oh, oh, oh, yeah!
(Mimics dog barking)
Good dog

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For Love is the sixth track on Jill Jones's first and only Paisley Park Records album Jill Jones, and, roughly four months after the album's release, For Love was released as the album's third and final single. Although Jill Jones was credited as a co-writer, the song was written solely by Prince.

Basic tracking took place on 30 May 1985 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California (the day after Drawers (later released as Little Rock), Killin' At The Soda Shop, Married Man and Zebra With The Blonde Hair, three days before Living Doll).

A jam version of the song was also part of the "Everybody's Jam" played at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California on 5 January 1986

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Studio version

"Everybody's Jam" version

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Beautiful woman, but I just have never been able to enjoy her music (and I have given it many a try over the years).

I'm wondeirng, since she was on 1999, could she be considered part of The Revolution?

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Beautiful woman, but I just have never been able to enjoy her music (and I have given it many a try over the years).

I'm wondeirng, since she was on 1999, could she be considered part of The Revolution?

Well this album is technically the 1987 period. Since it dropped in the year of SOTT, I wish she was singing and/or opening with that band. I would take Jill Wally Cat on the side

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Boom Bomm (Can't U Feel The Beat Of My Heart)??

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Boom Bomm (Can't U Feel The Beat Of My Heart)??

Hook us up with the info

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Boom Bomm (Can't U Feel The Beat Of My Heart)??

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Can't you feel the pumpin', baby?
Boom boom, pumpin', baby
Can't you feel the beat of my heart?

boom boom boom boom
boom boom boom boom

Come a little closer, baby
Put your hand on my chest
Feel the beat of my heart pumping through my dress
Something's on fire, baby
It's burning me up
Desire, it just because your body's too much

Can't you feel the beat of my heart?
Boom boom
Can't you feel the beat just a pumping for you

Come a little closer baby
I promise not 2 bite
You could tie me down, I wouldn't put up a fight
You can tear my clothes off
my brand new dress
Something tells me you just might be the best

Boom boom

Can't you feel the pumping baby?
Boom boom, pumping, baby
Can't you feel the beat of my heart?
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(It was part of BFTP 5.0)

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Boom, Boom (Can't U Feel The Beat Of My Heart) is an unreleased song recorded in Summer 1982 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota (along with several other tracks that would re-appear over the next several years). somewhere in 1986 Prince revamped, recording Jill Jones vocals on it for possible use on the Jill Jones album. It was placed on a November '86 configuration of that album as fifth track following Rough and segueing into My Man, but (with Rough) was left off the final configuration. In the summer of 1989 the track was revamped completely with new instrumentation and Jill Jones re-cutting her vocals at Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota, for possible use on the proposed second album by Jill Jones (along with My Baby Knows, from the same sessions, and Flesh And Blood and Am I Without U?). A video clip was produced for the song at this point, indicating that it may have been intended as the first single from the album, but the album was not completed, as Prince and Jill Jones disagreed on the direction of the album, with Jill Jones wanting to sing more mature songs than Prince was providing

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Thanks

All of this just continues to remind me that she should have had a 1984 and a 1986 album

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(It was part of BFTP 5.0)

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Boom, Boom (Can't U Feel The Beat Of My Heart) is an unreleased song recorded in Summer 1982 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota (along with several other tracks that would re-appear over the next several years). somewhere in 1986 Prince revamped, recording Jill Jones vocals on it for possible use on the Jill Jones album. It was placed on a November '86 configuration of that album as fifth track following Rough and segueing into My Man, but (with Rough) was left off the final configuration. In the summer of 1989 the track was revamped completely with new instrumentation and Jill Jones re-cutting her vocals at Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota, for possible use on the proposed second album by Jill Jones (along with My Baby Knows, from the same sessions, and Flesh And Blood and Am I Without U?). A video clip was produced for the song at this point, indicating that it may have been intended as the first single from the album, but the album was not completed, as Prince and Jill Jones disagreed on the direction of the album, with Jill Jones wanting to sing more mature songs than Prince was providing

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What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
Tell me, what's the m
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Reply #86 posted 03/09/18 1:28pm

SoulAlive

"Boom Boom" video

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Reply #87 posted 03/09/18 1:44pm

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Nice! I never even tried to look for the video! it is longer than the recent leak.

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Reply #88 posted 03/09/18 2:26pm

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Where does this one come from?

Is it Jeff Katz?

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The Colors R brighter, the Bond is much tighter
No Child's a failure
Until the Blue Sailboat sails him away from his dreams
Don't Ever Lose, Don't Ever Lose
Don't Ever Lose Your Dreams
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Reply #89 posted 03/09/18 4:49pm

SoulAlive

So....how do we all feel about the “Boom Boom” song? Jill didn’t really care for it.
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