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A Surprising Gem

Timing is everything and this album was an unfortunate victim of being released when smooth dance-able R&B was out of style. It's unfortunate, because this is a tremendously fun collection of songs. For the most part this is a smooth and sexy party album with a great flow. It's glossy and full of decadent over-production. As usual Morris Day commands your attention and Jesse Johnson's guitar screams across the slick rhythm section. File under fun and retro summer driving music.

The second best CD of the 90's

All of my friends were into the whole grunge scene in the 90's and I hated it. While they were dressing and listening to the whole Seattle thing I was one of the fellows that was jerking everything in sight!!!

This album sat in my collection for 10 years

While getting ready for a long drive from Philly to Maine, I grabbed this 10 - year untouched disc from my bookshelf just to see why I didn't seem to like it. Well. That was that. It got played all the way up the coast, all week long on the coast and down the coast a week later. A truly great mix of songs. I couldn't believe how good everything was, from the between-songs chatter to the music itself. Puts a lot of other groups trying to achieve some funk to shame. Seems to be out of print in stores, so buy this here, now!! WORTH IT.


Formed: 1981 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

From their origins as Prince's first pet project to their self-produced funk-rock oeuvre, the Time has been a fascinating and outrageous congregation. 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. The Time temporarily disbanded in the late '80s, with Day going on to a solo career, Jesse Johnson crafting two dazzling...
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