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Thread started 12/20/18 4:26pm

luvsexy4all

his women's albums..that he made

do u think the quality is relative to the relationship he had with them?

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Reply #1 posted 12/20/18 4:44pm

pinkcashmere23

I think most are good. Some such as Jill's and Sheila's three,I think are great. Not sure that the albums are reflective of the quality of the relationships.

[Edited 12/20/18 19:41pm]

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Reply #2 posted 12/24/18 10:14am

BEAUGARDE

luvsexy4all said:

do u think the quality is relative to the relationship he had with them?

Good question! I Wonder if Susannah or Manuela have unreleased songs

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Reply #3 posted 12/24/18 1:10pm

pinkcashmere23

BEAUGARDE said:

luvsexy4all said:

do u think the quality is relative to the relationship he had with them?

Good question! I Wonder if Susannah or Manuela have unreleased songs

I've wondered the same. Susannah might. I've wonderd if he may have asked Mani to sing or if he may have used her speaking voice for something. Kim Berry said that he would often ask her to speak on different recordings. She said he used her voice on one of the songs on NPS iirc.

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Reply #4 posted 12/27/18 5:33am

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I think the quality depends on the musicianship and talent of the women he worked with and what they brought to the table. Hence the great albums by Sheila and Jill.

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Reply #5 posted 12/27/18 7:44am

pinkcashmere23

MacDaddy said:

I think the quality depends on the musicianship and talent of the women he worked with and what they brought to the table. Hence the great albums by Sheila and Jill.

yes

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Reply #6 posted 12/27/18 2:52pm

luvsexy4all

MacDaddy said:

I think the quality depends on the musicianship and talent of the women he worked with and what they brought to the table. Hence the great albums by Sheila and Jill.

didnt matter how hot he was for them???

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Reply #7 posted 12/27/18 5:05pm

pinkcashmere23

Hmm I hadn't considered that his level of attraction to a woman would determine how much effort he would put into their album. I think he put his heart into most projects. I am reminded of the clip of him in the studio with Mavis Staples explaining to her his vision for a particular song they were working on and how he wanted her to sing.

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Reply #8 posted 12/28/18 7:03am

MacDaddy

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luvsexy4all said:

MacDaddy said:

I think the quality depends on the musicianship and talent of the women he worked with and what they brought to the table. Hence the great albums by Sheila and Jill.

didnt matter how hot he was for them???

I'm sure he was damn hot for Carmen Elektra. Now how did her album turn out according to you?

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Reply #9 posted 12/28/18 12:54pm

luvsexy4all

MacDaddy said:

luvsexy4all said:

didnt matter how hot he was for them???

I'm sure he was damn hot for Carmen Elektra. Now how did her album turn out according to you?

not as good as jills or andys

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Reply #10 posted 12/30/18 10:07am

Wowugotit

It varied from project to project. He gave some of his best songs to Sheena Easton and she represented them well.

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Reply #11 posted 12/30/18 10:10am

Wowugotit

The work he did with Chaka Khan was stellar as well.

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Reply #12 posted 01/05/19 8:22pm

kitbradley

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Wowugotit said:

The work he did with Chaka Khan was stellar as well.

"Come 2 My House" was, by far, the stongest album he ever produced for another artist. He really put his heart & soul into that one. He adored her. Also, his two albums with Mavis Staples. People tend to forget about those. Both of which were excellent.

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Reply #13 posted 01/06/19 10:23am

luvsexy4all

this is about the women he banged and recorded with...

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Reply #14 posted 01/06/19 12:29pm

pinkcashmere23

MacDaddy said:

I think the quality depends on the musicianship and talent of the women he worked with and what they brought to the table. Hence the great albums by Sheila and Jill.

I agree. I'm sure that Sheila had a lot of input in her albums,not sure about how much involvement Jill had or if she was fulfilling Prince's vision but their albums are the best in my opinion. As far as his more recent work with women,I think that 'Superconductor' and 'Back In Time' are very very good and both Andy and Judith have said their work with Prince were collaborations and that they were very involved in the process.

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Reply #15 posted 01/07/19 5:13pm

kitbradley

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luvsexy4all said:

this is about the women he banged and recorded with...


How do we know he didnt bang Mavis? lol
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Reply #16 posted 01/09/19 9:45am

scififilmnerd

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His albums with Andy Allo, Liv Warfield and Judith Hill sound the same to me. hmmm

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Reply #17 posted 01/09/19 10:25am

pinkcashmere23

scififilmnerd said:

His albums with Andy Allo, Liv Warfield and Judith Hill sound the same to me. hmmm

Yes,they have a similar sound,I agree. He was the executive producer for Andy's,not sure about Liv and Judith's. Judith's new album is very reminiscent of his style and sound but he had no involvement from what she's said.

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