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Thread started 12/15/10 7:52pm

thebanishedone

Lorin Tapes

jazz fusion perfoMance/when was it recorded?

what do you think of Prince's jazz licks on keyboard?

p.s.

Some people claim that Wendy and Lisa and Eric Leeds introduces Prince to Jazz

well this instrumentals were much before Wendy and Lisa

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Reply #1 posted 12/15/10 8:27pm

amberella

Do you play any instruments?

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Reply #2 posted 12/15/10 8:40pm

thebanishedone

Yes but that is not a topic smile

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Reply #3 posted 12/15/10 8:57pm

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I think you mean the Loring Park recordings.

They were recorded by Prince, Andre Cymone and Bobby Z in 1977 at Owen Husney's Loring Park office.

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Reply #4 posted 12/17/10 12:54am

neowa

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His father was a jazz musician, he grew up with jazz.

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Reply #5 posted 12/17/10 4:12am

TheDigitalGard
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I really can't hear jazz on these recordings, i hear more funk than jazz. They do sound jazzy i suppose.

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Reply #6 posted 12/17/10 9:49am

LOVEVERY1

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Hi all,

For U album displays his jazzie side a lil bit. As was stated he was introduced 2 this type of muse 1st.

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Reply #7 posted 12/17/10 12:04pm

TheDigitalGard
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^^ I can't hear jazz on For You either, but what do i know?

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

Jamzone333

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I love these instrumentals...I just wish I knew the names of the tracks....I think these tracks are a little more jazzy than some of his other earlier stuff.cool cool

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