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Reply #60 posted 11/09/18 4:28pm

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Someone doesn't feel as comfortable as the others while grabbing their junk. Just sayin' smile.

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Reply #61 posted 11/09/18 5:50pm

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This is weird seeing this thread in this forum.

Lost your keys? check princevault..lost your relationhip? check princevault..they have all the answers
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Reply #62 posted 11/09/18 6:14pm

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OUTTAKE

Bold Generation is an unreleased song recorded on 11 January, 1982 at Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA, USA (on the same day as Gigolos Get Lonely Too) during recording sessions for The Time's second album What Time Is It? album.

Although it is likely that only Prince and Morris Day appear on the track, it is listed as a song by The Time here as it was intended for the group, and the majority of The Time's tracks only feature these two musicians. The song was discarded, and remains unreleased.
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Reply #64 posted 11/09/18 6:56pm

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The Time, home studio, April 1981 – album mixed in late April
Get It Up (9:05)*
Girl (5:34)*
After Hi School (4:20)* (Dez Dickerson)
Cool (10:06)* (Prince/Dez Dickerson/Dr Fink)
Oh, Baby #2 (4:57)*
The Stick (8:23)* (Lisa Coleman/Prince)

Home studio, autumn-winter 1981
The Second Coming (1:58) (autumn)
Baby I’m A Star #1 (autumn/winter)
Rearrange #1 (7/12)
Baby I’m A Star #2 (7-8/12)
Let’s Work (Dance Remix) (8:02)* (8/12)
Feel U Up #1 (6:38) – segued with
Irresistible Bitch #1 (4:36) (winter)
Jerk Out #1 (late 1981) (Prince/Jimmy Jam/Terry Lewis/Morris Day)

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July 29. 1981 rel The Time[self titled album]

1.Get It Up
2.Girl
3.After Hi School After hi school is registered to Morris Day, yet it was actually written and demoed by Dez Dickerson
4.Cool Cool is registered as a collaboration of [Prince] (music) with Desmond "Dez" Dickerson (lyrics).
5.Oh, Baby
6.The Stick:The stick was originally written by Lisa Coleman, but it was registered to Jamie Starr.

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Prince initiated this album before the band had even been assembled. The record was completed in only two weeks in April 1981 at his home studio in the basement of his house at Lake Riley in Chanhassen, Minneapolis. Only Oh, Baby was recorded in April 1979 at Alpha Studios in Los Angeles during the sessions for his own 1979 album "Prince". The final mixing of the tapes took place at Hollywood Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, from 28th to 30th April 1981. [Prince] himself plays more or less every note on the album. Matt Fink delivers synthesizer solos on Get it up and Cool, while Lisa Coleman provides some backing vocals on Cool and The Stick. Prince's own voice is often audible in the final mix.

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On 29th July 1981 the first album [The Time] was released by Warner Bros. Records. The credits listed [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums) as well as [Monte Moir] and [Jimmy Jam] (both keyboards) as the members of the band. The production credit is shared by [Morris Day] with a guy named Jamie Starr, who had been first introduced as an engineer on [Prince]'s 1980 album "Dirty Mind". Neither record nor sleeve contains any songwriting credits. The music itself bears all the hallmarks of [Prince]'s synth-based Minneapolis-Sound and it didn't take long before stories start to circulating at the press, that [Prince] himself was behind this project - writing all songs, playing mosts instruments and producing the complete album, only utilizing [Morris Day] to add some vocals on the final mix.

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Reply #65 posted 11/10/18 8:44am

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LOL.....I love the "Additional Background on "COOL" done by Various girlfriends" lol AKA Prince's many girlfriends biggrin

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Wonder what the big cross-out is next to Time Studio....

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Reply #66 posted 11/10/18 11:44am

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but Prince said there was an unreleased Time album collecting dust....how about a Prince and the Revolution / Vanity 6 /Time 3 CD set of the unreleased albums?

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Reply #67 posted 11/10/18 12:45pm

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luvsexy4all said:

but Prince said there was an unreleased Time album collecting dust....how about a Prince and the Revolution / Vanity 6 /Time 3 CD set of the unreleased albums?

Prince talks about the Vault with Kurt Loder:

Some amazing jazz work

You'll find the best most heavy tracks that the Revolution recorded,

the ones that we thought were too far gone back in the 80s

...

you'll find the more psychodelic rock version of the Time

...

you'll find the really erotic Prince

the really erotic sensual Prince

you'll find the future

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Reply #68 posted 11/10/18 1:43pm

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OldFriends4Sale said:

luvsexy4all said:

but Prince said there was an unreleased Time album collecting dust....how about a Prince and the Revolution / Vanity 6 /Time 3 CD set of the unreleased albums?

Prince talks about the Vault with Kurt Loder:

Some amazing jazz work

You'll find the best most heavy tracks that the Revolution recorded,

the ones that we thought were too far gone back in the 80s

...

you'll find the more psychodelic rock version of the Time

...

you'll find the really erotic Prince

the really erotic sensual Prince

you'll find the future

mmm hmmm. So many unheard songs....so little time sad

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Reply #69 posted 11/10/18 5:12pm

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The 'Personel MNGT: C R & F' at the bottom in blue ink looks like Prince's writing.

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Reply #71 posted 11/12/18 8:41am

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Really love these candid shots. Looks like he's at a school in this pic....

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Reply #72 posted 11/12/18 8:46am

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Love this one too....

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Reply #73 posted 11/12/18 12:10pm

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violetcrush said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

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Really love these candid shots. Looks like he's at a school in this pic....

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Yeah I believe that is Terry Lewis and they are in the same space in posts #2 and #13 looks like a locker room

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Reply #74 posted 11/12/18 12:16pm

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[Intro]
My stick, I just love my stick
Mmm, my stick, I just love my stick

[Verse 1]
Girl, your ride is bad but you can't compare
To my baby black Cadillac, oh so rare
Take a vacation, I don't care
Cuz I can get some stimulation anywhere

[Chorus]
You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Girl, you come too quick, much, much to quick
Girl, you come too quick, I'll just work the stick

[Verse 2]
Offer me your body, I have to pass
Cuz every time we make love, you run out of gas
Girl, my car's so bad it runs on H2O
Now you can't compete, it's got the cruise control

[Chorus]
You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Girl, you come too quick, much, much to quick
Girl, you come too quick, I'll just work the stick

I've been drivin' baby, since the age of thirteen
I'm the baddest driver you've ever seen
You know I like it fast and I like it slow
Sometimes I let the top down when I wanna let go

[Modified Chorus]
You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride

[Breakdown]
What time is it?
I said, what time is it?

You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick

Somebody bring me a mirror so I can uh ... What song we on?

You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride

What time is it?

I'm just alright, oh no
I don't need you, baby, I'll just work the stick in my ride
I don't need your action, baby
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride
Get a little satisfaction, work the stick in my ride

You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick
You just come too quick, I'd rather work my stick

[Outro]
It's about time to go
I said, I don't need you girl
Somebody bring me a mirror
So I can look at my stick
Hey
Alright
You wanna see it?
Should I take it out?
Take it out, man

Hey, later y'all

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While specific recording dates are not known, basic tracking took place in April 1981 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota (along with the rest of the album). As with much of the rest of the album, the recording mostly features only Prince and Morris Day, although Dr. Fink provides a synth solo, and Terry Lewis and Lisa Coleman appears on background vocals.

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Reply #75 posted 11/13/18 9:04am

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O F F I C I A L A L B U M C R E D I T S
All jams published by Tionna Music. Produced by [Morris Day] and [Jamie Starr]. Additional background on Cool done by various girlfriends. Recorded at Time Studio. Mixed at Hollywood Sound. Engineered and mixed by [Jamie Starr]. Originally mastered by Bernie Grundman. CDD pre-mastering by WCI Record Group. Personal Management: Cavallo, Ruffalo & Fargnoli. Photography: Al Beaulieu. THE TIME is [Terry Lewis] (bass, co-lead and background vocals, [Jimmy Jam] (keyboards and vocals), [Morris Day] (lead and background vocals), [Monte Moir] (keyboards and vocals), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums and percussion), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar and vocals).
Liner Notes: THE TIME, originally named Flyte Tyme after a song by jazzman Donald Byrd, was formed in Minneapolis in the mid-70s as a rock & roll trio. The group eventually evolved into a stylish show band complete with horns. The group's original singer, Cynthia Johnson, went to join Lipps, Inc. and scored with the hit "Funkytown" in 1980. In 1981, under the creative auspices of [Prince], the group recruited vocalist [Morris Day] to front the new TIME. [Morris Day], formerly a drummer of [Prince]'s high school band, added flash and finesse to the group's visual image along with a knack for writing hit songs. The rest of the group consisted of founding members [Terry Lewis] (bass) and [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), keyboardists [Monte Moir] and [Jimmy 'Jam' Harris] and the group's valet, [Jerome Benton]. THE TIME won over concert audiences as an opening act for [Prince] and soon earned a loyal following of their own. Fans mobbed the stage during the group's performances, dazzled by [Morris Day]'s charismatic cool, which included stopping mid-song to comb his hair in a mirror held by [Jerome]. THE TIME's self titled debut album for Warner Bros. Records was released in the summer of 1981. Produced by the group with [Prince] (under the moniker 'Jamie Starr'), the album contained six TIME originals, including three hit singles Get it up, Cool and Girl.

RE A L A L B U M C R E D I T S
Published by Tionna Music ASCAP. Produced & arranged by [Prince] as Jamie Starr. All tracks written by [Prince] as Jamie Starr except Cool written by [Prince] as Jamie Starr with Dez Dickerson, After hi school written by Dez Dickerson and The stick written by Lisa Coleman. Performed by [Prince] (all instruments, lead and background vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) as THE TIME. Synthesizer solos on Get it up and The stick by Matt Fink. Background vocals on Cool and The stick by Lisa Coleman. Recorded at [Prince]'s home studio in the basement of his house at Lake Riley in Chanhassen. Mixed at Sunset Sound.

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Reply #77 posted 11/13/18 9:43am

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I think a Time compilation should be released featuring all of their best tunes - and maybe with a live disc.

I do like the Time but I find them a little hit and miss, but some of their tunes could make an awesome one disc compilation.


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darkroman said:

I think a Time compilation should be released featuring all of their best tunes - and maybe with a live disc.

I do like the Time but I find them a little hit and miss, but some of their tunes could make an awesome one disc compilation.


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the 2nd lp was on point. Everything was inline in 1982. Only thing lacking were a few Bsides

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Jerk Out should have been a B side

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Ice Cream Castles suffered from the turbulence of Prince vs the Time. Like Apollonia 6 they suffered as a result of the disarray

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The first lp of course being a first time try had the makings, some strong cuts some weak. I think there are some outtakes that would have fit better on that one.

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Get It Up

Cool

After Hi School

The Stick

* Dancin Fool

Wild n Loose

the Walk

OneDayImGonnaBeSomebody

I Don't Wanna Leave U

777-9311

Gigolos Get Lonely Too

Jerk Out [What Time Is It? studio sessions]

Colleen [What Time Is It? studio sessions]
International Lover( the Time version if they recorded it)

Grace

Jungle Love
the Bird

Chili Sauce ie Proposition #17

Ice Cream Castles

My Drawers

If the Kid Can't Make U Come

Cloreen Bacon Skin

Tricky

Chocolate [Ice Cream Castles studio sessions]

My Love Belongs 2 U [Ice Cream Castles studio sessions]

My Summertime Thang [Ice Cream Castles studio sessions]

Velvet Kitty Kat [Ice Cream Castles studio sessions]

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Reply #79 posted 11/13/18 10:32am

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Prince's Hot Rock
The secret life of America's sexiest one-man band

By DEBBIE MILLER
What Time Is It?

Joni Mitchell songs blare out of the PA between the sets of Prince's road show, at his request. Vanity 6, three women in lacy camisoles, open the concert. "I love lingerie," explains Vanity, the leader of the group. "I used to sneak into my mother's closet and try to wear her lingerie to school." She picked her nickname because "a girl's best friend is her pride," she says. Like her cohorts, Brenda and Susan, Vanity gave a demo tape of her songs to Prince a year ago. "He said there were a couple other girls whose minds seemed to run alongside mine," she says. Prince then arranged to bring Vanity, a twenty-two-year-old former model from Toronto, to Minneapolis to meet the other two, flying Brenda in from Boston. Soon, the three were writing songs like "Drive Me Wild" and "Nasty Girls" in which Vanity coos, "I can't control it/I need seven inches or more."

It all seems a figment of Prince's imagination, a living fantasy. "Prince and I happen to think alike," says Vanity.

On their record, Vanity 6 is backed by the Time; onstage, they're followed by the Time (who, in turn, are followed by Prince). At one point in the Time's set, frontman Morris Day, a terrific dancer, calls out his valet. The valet -- who often follows Morris' own dance steps like a shadow -- brings out a table, sets it with a white cloth and a vase of flowers, and uncorks a bottle of champagne. Morris, meanwhile, in his trademark two-tone Stacy Adams shoes, waltzes with a girl chosen from the audience. This sort of classy deportment was the starting point for the Time, as organized by Morris. "The image was cool. That's the key word," he says. "That's what we built the Time around. Cool is an attitude, a self-respect thing."

Morris didn't exactly put the group together -- all but guitarist Jesse Johnson had been playing around Minneapolis in a band called Flyte Tyme (known familiarly as the Tyme even then). But it is Morris who has led the band to the point where it now often steals the show from the scantily clad Vanity 6 and even from Prince. Morris, the former drummer, has stayed closer to traditional R&B but, by injecting his good humor, has developed one of the best live acts in the country.

Prince, says Morris, helped the band get its Warner Bros. contract in 1981. Asked why the Time shares the same teenage-sex themes as Prince, Morris says, "Sex is present in everybody's life. I don't think anybody owns the rights to that." Asked if Prince influenced their sound, Morris says what Vanity says: "We believe in the same things." Asked about Jamie Starr, an icy tension descends. Although Morris Day and one Jamie Starr are credited as producers on the Time's first record, there is reason to believe that the record was, in fact, produced by Prince. One source very close to the situation says that not only is all the material written by Prince (mysteriously, there are no writing credits on the LP), but that the instruments are played by Prince and the voice is Prince's doubled with Morris Day's. This insider claims that the record -- a more commercial, more straightforward R&B album -- is a project Prince offered Warner Bros. because his own bolder stuff wasn't selling impressively. So, goes this theory, Prince set the Time in motion -- and created a pseudonym, Jamie Starr, for his new project.

Prince did tell a reporter in an early interview with the Minnesota Daily, when he was just seventeen, that someday he would make jazz recordings under an alias. (In that same interview, Prince claimed not to be averse to choreography, but he drew the line at spins -- "I get nauseated.") So the idea of working with a fictitious name had occurred to him at the beginning of his career.

And although Morris says that he and the band wrote the songs on their first LP, The Time, a call to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), with whom the songs are registered, casts some doubt. The composer of the hits "Get It Up" and "Cool" is Prince Rogers Nelson (with Dez Dickerson on "Cool"), says an ASCAP spokesman. Prince's manager says that the fact that Prince's name is registered for the Time's record is "a filing mistake."

"Let me clear up a few rumors while I have the chance," Prince told the Los Angeles Times. "One, my real name is Prince. Two, I'm not gay. And three, I'm not Jamie Starr."

"Jamie Starr is an engineer, the coproducer of our record. Of course he's real," says Morris Day, whose band now outplays whoever it was on the first Time record.

But if there is a Jamie Starr, why can't he be reached? Manager Steve Fargnoli says it's because he's "in and out of Minneapolis," because he's "a reclusive maniac" like Prince) and because "it could be months before I see him." Can he be reached by phone? "No." Well, you wouldn't need to call him over to Prince's home studio if he's already there. "Prince is Jamie Starr" says former Warner Bros. artist and fellow Minneapolitan Sue Ann (Carwell), who has been a friend of Prince's for years -- ever since he wrote and produced her first demo tape. Others who are close to Prince also say that he is Jamie Starr, but they refuse to be quoted in print. But, says one, "everybody knows who's the main man behind everything."

April 28, 1983 (RS 394)

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Anyone who was a Time fan from back then remember this?

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1982 Morris Day The TIme Wild & Loose Shirt

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Reply #84 posted 12/03/18 6:57pm

woogiebear

OldFriends4Sale said:

SoulAlive said:

Looking at the pics of Prince and Morris kinda makes me sad.The Time were truly Prince's best protege act and I just wish that it had lasted longer.I was heartbroken when things fell apart in 1984.

I agree, it was a 'full band' connection.
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I think Sheila E's 1984-1985/86 band had that too, because they all knew each other from going up or living in the Bay area and some family

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Mazarati also

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But the Time was the protege mold. If he would have by the 2nd album, had them more on the recording part, there would have been less stress.

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1/3 of the songs all Prince(recording/writing/performing) with Morris on drums

1/3 of the songs written by Prince but duplicated by the Time

1/3 of the songs all the Time band

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First Avenue 10.4.1983

1. intro

2. 777-9311

3. Girl

4. Jungle Love

5. collection time

6. Wild & Loose

7. Gigolos Get Lonely Too

8. Cool

9. The Walk

10. The Bird


even with this, it was over at this point

Morris Day and Jesse Johnson of the Time at First Avenue. Photo by Daniel Corrigan, courtesy of Minnesota Historical Society Press

That's St.Paul on Keys 2 the left of Morris Day!!!

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Reply #85 posted 12/05/18 8:03pm

violetcrush

woogiebear said:



OldFriends4Sale said:




SoulAlive said:


Looking at the pics of Prince and Morris kinda makes me sad.The Time were truly Prince's best protege act and I just wish that it had lasted longer.I was heartbroken when things fell apart in 1984.




I agree, it was a 'full band' connection.
.
I think Sheila E's 1984-1985/86 band had that too, because they all knew each other from going up or living in the Bay area and some family


.


Mazarati also


.


But the Time was the protege mold. If he would have by the 2nd album, had them more on the recording part, there would have been less stress.


.


1/3 of the songs all Prince(recording/writing/performing) with Morris on drums


1/3 of the songs written by Prince but duplicated by the Time


1/3 of the songs all the Time band



20265062_1408376329215557_7778543908371318784_n.jpg?_nc_cat=108&_nc_ht=scontent-lga3-1.xx&oh=5a0797d4d5ac46e5ddd728fc3905002b&oe=5C83FBA9



First Avenue 10.4.1983


1. intro


2. 777-9311


3. Girl


4. Jungle Love


5. collection time


6. Wild & Loose


7. Gigolos Get Lonely Too


8. Cool


9. The Walk


10. The Bird






even with this, it was over at this point



Morris Day and Jesse Johnson of the Time at First Avenue. Photo by Daniel Corrigan, courtesy of Minnesota Historical Society Press








That's St.Paul on Keys 2 the left of Morris Day!!!


Yep!! And Jesse looks so much like Prince too
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Reply #86 posted 12/06/18 3:48am

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Reply #87 posted 12/06/18 3:14pm

violetcrush

The Time are coming up this Saturday on Mike Judge: Tales From The Tour Bus , so they should include information about the 1999 tour. Looking forward to it!!
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Reply #88 posted 12/06/18 5:10pm

onlyforaminute

OldFriends4Sale said:

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How did Morris bust his lip?

"You want to know your biggest fault? You don’t keep true accounts: you put a high value on what you’ve given, a low value on what you’ve received."

- Seneca, On Anger 3.31.3
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Reply #89 posted 12/08/18 7:19am

violetcrush

onlyforaminute said:



OldFriends4Sale said:


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How did Morris bust his lip?



Possibly during the infamous food fight??! biggrin
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