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Thread started 10/29/17 5:31pm

JabarR74

The Jacksons or Janet?

One More Chance

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Reply #1 posted 10/29/17 5:37pm

Goddess4Real

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Even though Randy wrote it......I prefer Janet's version nod

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Reply #2 posted 10/29/17 5:49pm

alphastreet

Definitely Janet. Randy's version is good but more like a period piece. Janet and flyte time made it like fine wine
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Reply #3 posted 10/30/17 9:00am

namepeace

For my twocents --

1. Jackson 5

2. Janet

3. The Jacksons

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Reply #4 posted 10/30/17 9:51am

TrivialPursuit

I think they're both solid. Randy's is def steeped in mid-80s production and is a good mix. Janet's has that 90's lush production on it: layered vocals, velvety synths, hypnotic mixing.

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Reply #5 posted 10/30/17 4:33pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

I think they're both solid. Randy's is def steeped in mid-80s production and is a good mix. Janet's has that 90's lush production on it: layered vocals, velvety synths, hypnotic mixing.

Great description, I agree janet's is very velvety and beautifully layered smile

Can you imagine if the two performed it live and paid homage to their young selves on television? That would be so cute...

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Reply #6 posted 11/02/17 6:12pm

Abdul

I prefer the Jacksons version, I love that 80's sound!

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Reply #7 posted 11/10/17 12:23pm

sexton

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I heard the Jacksons' version first when it was released, but I prefer how Janet, Jimmy & Terry smoothed it out into mellow dream-pop.

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Reply #8 posted 11/10/17 12:25pm

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namepeace said:

For my twocents --

1. Jackson 5

2. Janet

3. The Jacksons


The thread is comparing the different versions of "One More Chance". Or is there a secret Jackson 5 recording I haven't heard? smile

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Reply #9 posted 11/10/17 12:54pm

morningsong

The Jacksons
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Reply #10 posted 11/10/17 6:46pm

LittleBLUECorv
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sexton said:



namepeace said:


For my twocents --

1. Jackson 5

2. Janet

3. The Jacksons




The thread is comparing the different versions of "One More Chance". Or is there a secret Jackson 5 recording I haven't heard? smile


Jackson 5 have a song titled One More Chance from the ABC album. No relation to the Randy composition.
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Reply #11 posted 11/13/17 8:43am

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LittleBLUECorvette said:


sexton said:


The thread is comparing the different versions of "One More Chance". Or is there a secret Jackson 5 recording I haven't heard? smile

Jackson 5 have a song titled One More Chance from the ABC album. No relation to the Randy composition.


namepeace being clever. I should have known. smile

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Reply #12 posted 11/13/17 11:28am

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I like 'em both. I enjoy the mellow 80's sound of the original but also enjoy the silky smooth 90s production and sensuality that Janet contributes in her rendition.

This song could've been a decent hit for Victory if released as a single.
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Reply #13 posted 11/16/17 6:07pm

Adorecream

Way too hard to decide, but I am going to with Janet though.

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Reply #14 posted 11/17/17 10:09am

TrivialPursuit

The BPM is slightly different, but try to sync the chorus in those two videos. They'll stay together for a few bars. I always knew they were in the same key. I am not sure why Janet covered the song at all (unless it was to help Randy out, who had some hard times for a while or she just loved the song), but I loved her version tucked on the IF maxi single.

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