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  Исполнитель(и) :
   Prince  (Vocals)
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  Наименование CD :
   One Man Jam

Год издания : 2002

Компания звукозаписи : Paisley Park, (wb)

Музыкальный стиль : R&B, Funk

Время звучания : 1:23:17

К-во CD : 2

  Комментарий (рецензия) :

CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Pop      

In the mid-'70s, while he was a teenager attending high school, Prince performed as a sideman on some demos overseen by a musician named Pepe Willie, who was married to a cousin of his. The material, in a funk/synth-pop style not far removed from Prince's early recordings under his own name, was largely instrumental, and though Prince's guitar playing was occasionally recognizable (especially if you already knew it was him), it could not legitimately be thought of as Prince music, even as juvenilia. It was really just a bunch of unfinished demos, with Prince just one of a group of musicians. After Purple Rain made Prince a superstar in 1984, an LP was released containing the six actual songs from the sessions, called Minneapolis Genius, and credited to 94 East (the name of a Minnesota highway). Prince, of course, disavowed the contents, but he was powerless to stop the disc. As always happens with such stray recordings, particularly in the CD era, the demos (with extra tracks and out-takes expanding the contents) have turned up repeatedly, on such albums as Symbolic Beginnings (credited to 94 East featuring Prince), Symbolic Beginning, Vol. 2 (credited to 94 East and Prince), 94 East: The Artist Formerly Known as Prince (credited to 94 East), 94 East (credited to 94 East and Prince), The Legends Collection (credited to 94 East), The Legends Collection, Vol. 1, and The Legends Collection, Vol. 2 (both credited to the Artist Formerly Known as Prince). One Man Jam appears to be the first time that the disreputable people responsible for this rip-off have crossed the line and credited the recordings to "Prince with (or "and") 94 East," dishonestly suggesting that Prince is the primary artist. He is not; no one should buy this album believing it to be a legitimate Prince album.

All Music Guide


ONE MAN JAM is a 2002 collection of 17 tracks by the Minneapolis funk band 94 East which was affiliated with Prince.2002 compilation for Pepe Willie's band 94 East, best known as the band that gave Prince his first studio experience. The sound is light, funky, jazzy, soulful rock that influenced the developing 'Minneapolis Sound' & the young Prince. Contains the dancefloor hit 'If You Feel Like Dancing' & the early Prince composition 'Just Another Sucker'.

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Наименование трека



   1 01 Just Another Sucker         0:05:18 Prince, Willie
   1 02 One Man Jam         0:06:14 Paige, Silvester
   1 03 Dance To The Music Of The World         0:05:07 Willie
   1 04 Games         0:05:01 -"-
   1 05 If You Feel Like Dancin'         0:07:10 -"-
   1 06 If You See Me         0:05:42 -"-
   1 07 Better Than You Think         0:04:32 Lazenberry, Willie
   1 08 Games (Instrumental Version)         0:03:42 Willie
   2 01 Lovin' Cup         0:04:22 Paige, Willie
   2 02 Dance To The Music Of The World (Practice Session)         0:06:06 Willie
   2 03 I'll Always Love You         0:03:55 -"-
   2 04 Better Than You Think (Instrumental Version)         0:04:31 Lazenberry, Willie
   2 05 If We Don't         0:04:12 Willie
   2 06 Games (Original Version)         0:03:42 -"-
   2 07 You Can Be My Teacher         0:04:09 -"-
   2 08 Love, Love, Love         0:03:55 -"-
   2 09 If You See Me (Instrumental Version)         0:05:40 -"-


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