This Jesus Jones UK 12″ release for “The Right Decision” features the Moody Reconstruction Mix by the Moody Boys and the Acid Confusion Mix by D.Code.
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This French promo 12″ release of “The Voice” by Mavis Staples features the Extended Remix Edit as remixed by Prince. This track was only released on vinyl.
This German 12″ release of “Too Dramatic” by Mayte features the Old School House Mix, the 303 Noise Mix and the vinyl only Full Mix.
Bobby Brown’s “Get Away” 12″ single features remixes by Teddy Riley, Chris Stokes and Marc Kinchen. Riley and Brown were co-writers of the song.
This 12″ vinyl rip of Meshell Ndegeocello’s “If That’s Your Boyfriend” features remixes by Meshell, George Karas, Li’l Louis, Armando Colon & David Gamson.
By 1993, TTD’s chart success had basically disappeared. All the excitement and from his debut album was a distant memory to most of the record buying public. I, on the other hand, was still enjoying the releases from Terence. The ‘Symphony or Damn’ and ‘Vibrator’ albums sounded fine to my ears and I still give them a listen from time to time. “Do You Love Me Like You Say?” was the lead single from ‘Symphony or Damn’ but, it made nary a dent in any of the US Billboard charts. It did get some airplay in the UK as it made it to #14 on the UK pop charts. But, alas, basically ignored in the US.
Lisa Keith’s 1993 album ‘Walkin’ In The Sun’ album was released on Perspective Records. “I’m In Love” was written and produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.
“The Morning Papers” backed with “Live 4 Love” was the final single from Prince’s “Symbol” album of 1992. The single reached #44 on the Hot 100.
Toni Braxton reached #1 on the Billboard Hot R&B Singles Airplay chart with “Seven Whole Days”. It spent 5 weeks at #1 on the R&B charts and reached #48 on Billboard Hot 100 Airplay. Due to this not being officially released as a single, the Airplay charts were the only charts where the single was tracked.
In the early 90’s, the combination of the elegantly beautiful Toni Braxton and the hitmaking combo of LA & Babyface brought immediate success. Toni’s debut album sold over 10 million copies but, surprisingly, none of the singles reached #1 on any of the major US Billboard charts. Today’s record was the highest charting single on the Hot 100 from that debut album.
Hey, it’s bonus discs time, July is over and today is the first day of August. 2014 is over halfway gone! Anyway, before we move on to regular postings on the blog, let’s visit one more record with Prince ties to finish out the week. George Clinton’s “Martial Law (Hey Man… Smell My Finger)” is the subject today. It’s a promo 2-record set on red & green vinyl. The first record is labeled as the Clean Disc and the second is the X-Rated Deep Down & Dirty Mixes Disc. I swear, I developed Carpal Tunnel syndrome just typing up the track list! (Oh, apologies for the marks on the labels, the previous owner is the guilty party.)
“Peach” was 1 of 6 previously unreleased tracks from ‘The Hits/The B-Sides’. It was the 2nd single in support of Prince’s first greatest hits collection.
This 1993 Prince 7″ release is a picture disc containing the edit version of “Controversy” and the William Orbit remix of “The Future”.
Janet Jackson’s “Any Time, Any Place” 12″ release features remixes by R. Kelly and Jam & Lewis. Plus the David Morales Legendary Dub of “Throb”.
Promo 12″ with remixes of “Pope” and “Pink Cashmere”, the tracks are from Prince’s “The Hits/The B-Sides”. This 12″ is the only source for these mixes.
This 12″ release from Monie Love features “In A Word Or 2” that she co-wrote with Prince, with remixes by Keith Cohen, Monie Love and D-Nice.
Instead of spending time on “Born To B.R.E.E.D.”, I tell about the time I got Prince’s autograph and show a video from the experience. And that shirt!
The A Side: If I Had No Loot (Extended Version) 5:15 The B Side: If I Had No Loot 4:01 If I Had No Loot (Radio Edit) 4:01 The Brief: Tony! Toni! Tone! released ‘Sons Of Soul’, their third album, in 1993 and it went on to chart the highest of any of their albums […]
Carmen Electra. Fantasia Erotica. She is inevitable. She is addictive. To listen to her music on a loud system is to come a thousand times…
The 12″ release of “Martial Law (Hey Man…Smell My Finger)” by George Clinton features remixes from Clinton, Troy Shelton, Jeff Silverman and others.
This 12″ vinyl rip of George Clinton’s Paisley Park Records single “Paint The White House Black” features remixes by Jeff Silverman and Kerry Gordy.
“Pink Cashmere” was the first single from Prince’s “The Hits/The B-Sides”. The alternate mixes on this 12″ were only available in the US on promo releases.
TLC covered The Time’s “Get It Up” for the ‘Poetic Justice’ soundtrack in 1993. This 12” vinyl rip presents four remixes by Vincent Herbert.
The A Side: Love Makes No Sense (Album Version) 6:58 Love Makes No Sense (7″ Radio Mix) 4:00 The B Side: Love Makes No Sense (Bonus Beat Mix) 6:56 Love Makes No Sense (Instrumental) 6:56 The Brief: This is the UK 12″ of the “Love Makes No Sense” single. The LP ‘Love Makes No Sense’ failed to […]
The A Side: Love Makes No Sense (Brothers In Rhythm Remix) 7:37 The B Side: Love Makes No Sense (Brothers In Rhythm Dub) 6:15 The Brief: In 1993 Alexander O’Neal stepped away from Flyte Tyme Productions and released the LP ‘Love Makes No Sense’. The title track of the album was the first single released. […]