. It sounds silly, it makes you wonder if anyone in charge understands the target audience, and it totally breaks up the flow of the album. That aside, The Color of Success offers to fans what Day does best, funky but accessible dance- pop music in the vein of many of his Minneapolis contemporaries. Fans of Day's work with the Time will enjoy this record, but first-time listeners would be better-served checking out his earlier work first. How cool it would have been to hear the show unedited. Vocalist Morris Day infused his cocky, swaggering personality into dance hits that would make Rufus Thomas envious, and, unlike most of the competition, the band managed to do something unique with Prince's genre-busting innovations.
Donald Trump Black Version 08. The problem is Hollywood Records or somebody decided it was a good idea to edit out Days curse words on the live cuts. But like I said, just wasn't too keen on his solo stuff. I just feel that it doesn't fit with The Time's stuff. Sometimes I Get Lonely 13. Rather make one separate with his solo stuff only. These cuts are often overlooked but are classic Time material.
While the trademarked Minneapolis pop-funk sound still remains at the forefront of each composition, the absence of the magic is extremely noticeable in the production booth. Wasn't too keen on it. Otherwise, this is a hot show with Day adding a more James Brown feel to the Times slick funk. I just feel that it doesn't fit with The Time's stuff. While the album runs a little bit on the short side, there is no filler and it is surprisingly consistent from start to finish. But like I said, just wasn't too keen on his solo stuff. That song can go on any Time compilation.
Besides, that's when the whole Time reunion seeds were planted!!!!! Songs for sure on it: 1. Days goofy-sexy swagger is still believable, when playing old Time tunes the band re-creates the perfect Prince production fairly well, and at least one of the new tunes is worth keeping, maybe two. This is a disc that no fan of the Minneapolis sound should be without. Leader Morris Day is as amusing and confident as ever, and the distinctive unit still used the influence of George Clinton and mentor Prince to great artistic advantage. Songs for sure on it: 1.
Wasn't too keen on it. I wanna see you shake your. That song can go on any Time compilation. That song can go on any Time compilation. Sexy Socialite Blondie and Skillet rank near the top of the list. Million Dollar question is why doesn't Morris and The 2nd Time play a lot of these tunes mentioned here when doing live shows? Till this day some say Prince did the material well fine but that guitar sounds like Jessie Johnson all day long to me. The big question: Would the chemistry still be there? The excitement of the live tracks is nearly ruined by quick fade-outs to avoid audience noise or the next song coming in.
Rather make one separate with his solo stuff only. Its mostly live, and considering the mans still got it on-stage, it should be good, right? Im making a mix Cd of the best of Morris Day and The Time. The group re-formed in 1990 and released the excellent Pandemonium. . . . .
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