SONG DATABANK

This databank includes all known released and unreleased songs by THE TIME in alphabetical order.

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777-9311   (8:04)    [lyrics]
recorded May/June 1982 by [Prince] at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments and vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) • final mixing 20th-21st July 1982 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1982 on the Album [What Time Is It?] • 1982 on the promo 12"-Single [777-9311] • 1982 on the 12"-Single [777-9311] • 1995 on the sampler [Planet Funk] • 1997 on the sampler [Phat Trax]

777-9311   (edit)   (3:28)
finally released 1982 on the 7"-Single [777-9311] • 1982 on the 7"-Single [The walk]

Get it up / 777-9311   (live version #1)   (5:23)    [lyrics]
recorded live June 21st, 1998 by Morris Day & THE TIME at House of Blues in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards), [Gi] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2004 on the Morris Day Album [It's About Time]

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After hi school   (4:22)    [lyrics]
recorded april 1981 by [Prince] at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) • final mixing 28th-30th april 1981 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by Dez Dickerson (uncredited) • registered to [Morris Day]
finally released 1981 on the Album [The Time] • 1981 on the 7"-Single [Get it up]

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Blondie   (6:29)    [lyrics]
recorded October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion) and [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards)
written by [Jesse Johnson] with [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • registered to [Jesse Johnson], [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis]
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

Bold generation
recorded 11th January 1982 by [Prince] either at his home studio [1] or Sunset Sound [7] during the [What Time Is It?] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased

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Chili sauce   (originally entitled as "Proposition #17")   (5:48)    [lyrics]
recorded 14th April 1983 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] at Sunset Sound [7] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), Novi Novog (violin) & Sharon Hughes (background vocals) • final mixing January 1984 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1984 on the Album [Ice Cream Castle] • 1984 on the promo 7"-Single [Jungle love]

Chocolate   #1   (lead vocals by [Prince])   (5:48)    [lyrics]
originally recorded 14th-22th April 1983 by [Prince] at Sunset Sound [7] during the [Ice Cream Castle] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals)
written by [Prince] • registered to [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Chocolate   #2   (7:30)    [lyrics]
reworked October-December 1989 by [Prince] with THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince]
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the promo 12"-Single / CD-Single [Chocolate]

Chocolate #2   (7" remix / edit)   (4:35)
remixed by Keith "KC" Cohen • additional keyboards & programming by Doug Gribsy • special editing by Steve Beltran
finally released 1990 on the 7"-Single [Chocolate] • 1990 on the promo 12"-Single / CD-Single [Chocolate] • 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Chocolate]

Chocolate #2   (12" remix)   (7:59)
remixed by Keith "KC" Cohen • additional keyboards & programming by Doug Gribsy
finally released 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Chocolate]

Chocolate #2   (edit)   (4:27)
finally released 1990 on the promo 12"-Single / CD-Single [Chocolate]

Chocolate #2   (instrumental)   (7:29)
remixed by Keith "KC" Cohen • additional keyboards & programming by Doug Gribsy
finally released 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Chocolate]

Chocolate #2   (percapella)   (7:23)
remixed by Keith "KC" Cohen • additional keyboards & programming by Doug Gribsy
finally released 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Chocolate]

Chocolate #2   (tootsie roll club mix)   (6:11)
remixed by Keith "KC" Cohen • additional keyboards & programming by Doug Gribsy
finally released 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Chocolate]

Cloreen bacon skin   (15:37)    [lyrics]
recorded at 26th-27th March 1983 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] at Sunset Sound [7] during the [Ice Cream Castle] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (bass & lead vocals) with [Morris Day] (drums)
written by [Prince]
finally released 1998 on the Artist Album [Crystal Ball]

Colleen
recorded 15th January 1982 by [Prince] at Sunset Sound [7] during the [What Time Is It?] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased

Cooking class   (segue)   (0:42)    [lyrics]
recorded October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals) with [Jerome Benton] (co-lead vocals
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

Cool   (10:06)    [lyrics]
recorded April 1981 by [Prince] at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) & Lisa Coleman (background vocals) • final mixing 28th-30th april 1981 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] with Dez Dickerson (both uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with Desmond D'Andrea Dickerson
finally released 1981 on the Album [The Time] • 1981 on the promo 12"-Single [Cool]

Cool   (edit / mono)   (3:12)
finally released 1981 on the promo 7"-Single [Cool]

Cool  (edit)   (3:12)
finally released 1981 on the promo 7"-Single [Cool] • 1981 on the 7"-Single [Cool] • 1981 on the promo 12"-Single [Cool]

Cool   (part 2)
finally released 1981 on the 7"-Single [Cool]

Cool   (live version #1)   (6:20)    [lyrics]
recorded live June 21st, 1998 by Morris Day & THE TIME at House of Blues in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards), [Gi] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2004 on the Morris Day Album [It's About Time]

Corporate world   (4:09)    [lyrics]
recorded June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) and [Jerome Benton] & Jana Anderson (both background vocals)
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Cowgirl   (n/a)
studio-recording exists • performed by THE TIME incl. [Terry Lewis], Larry Graham (both bass) and Ronnie Baker Brooks • no more details available
previously unreleased • possible inclusion on the 1997 project [Old Dogs, New Tricks]

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Dance to the beat   (live version)   (5:48)
no known studio-recording exists • recorded only live on February 16th, 1982 at Roxy Theater in Los Angeles (CA) and March 8th, 1982 at First Avenue in Minneapolis (MN) • performed by [Prince] (guitar & lead vocals), [Morris Day] (co-lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums) and [Monte Moir] (keyboards) and [Jimmy Jam] (keyboards)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Data bank   #1   (lead vocals by [Prince])   (7:23)    [lyrics]
originally recorded 17th June 1986 by [Prince] & the Revolution at his home studio [4] during his own "Dream Factory" Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (lead vocals), Wendy Melvoin & Miko Weaver (both guitar), Brown Mark (bass), Bobby Z. (drums), Matt Fink & Lisa Coleman (both keyboards), Eric Leeds (saxophone), Matt Blistan (trumpet) and Susannah Melvoin & [Jerome Benton] (all background vocals)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Data bank   #2   (5:25)    [lyrics]
reworked June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals), Dandy Dulfer (saxophone) & [Jerome Benton] (background voices)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Data bank   #3   (5:35)    [lyrics]
reworked October-December 1989 by [Prince] with THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards) and Candy Dulfer (saxophone)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to (n/a)
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

Data bank #3   (different version)   (5:39)    [lyrics]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Dreamland   (segue)   (3:09)    [lyrics]
parts recorded live October 2nd, 1987 by THE TIME at Roy Wilkins Auditorium in St. Paul • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums) and [Jimmy Jam] (keyboards)
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

Donald Trump (black version)   #1   (4:32)    [lyrics]
originally recorded June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) & [Jerome Benton] (background voices)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Donald Trump (black version)   #2   (4:33)    [lyrics]
reworked October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince]
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

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Fishnet   (6:06)    [lyrics]
recorded and mixed 1987 at at Flyte Tyme Studios, Minneapolis, MN • engineered by Steve Hodge • mastered by Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering
performed by [Morris Day] (drums & vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar & background vocals), [Terry Lewis] (bass & background vocals), [Jimmy Jam] (keyboads, synthesizers & background vocals), [Jerome Benton] and [Jellybean Johnson] (both background vocals)
written by [Morris Day], [Jimmy Jam] and [Terry Lewis]
finally released 1987 on the Morris Day Album [Daydreaming]

Fishnet   (edit)   (3:58)
finally released 1987 on the Morris Day promo 7"-Single [Fishnet] • 1987 on the Morris Day 7"-Single [Fishnet] • 1987 on the Morris Day CD-Single [Fishnet]

Fishnet   (acapella)   (1:35)
finally released 1987 on the Morris Day 12"-Single [Fishnet]

Fishnet   (la glub dub mix)   (4:00)
finally released 1987 on the Morris Day 12"-Single [Fishnet]

Fishnet   (instrumental)   (5:30)
finally released 1987 on the Morris Day 12"-Single [Fishnet]

Fishnet   (big leg mix)   (7:15)
finally released 1987 on the Morris Day 12"-Single [Fishnet] • 2000 on the french sampler [Minneapolis Funk]

Fishnet   (live version #1)   (2:45)    [lyrics]
recorded live June 21st, 1998 by Morris Day & THE TIME at House of Blues in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards), [Gi] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2004 on the Morris Day Album [It's About Time]

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Get it up   (9:08)    [lyrics]
recorded april 1981 by [Prince] at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) & Matt Fink (synthesizer solos) • final mixing 28th-30th april 1981 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1981 on the Album [The Time] • 1981 on the promo 12"-Single [Get it up] • 1984 on the 12"-Single [Ice cream castles]

Get it up   (edit / mono)   (3:05)    [lyrics]
finally released 1981 on the promo 7"-Single [Get it up]

Get it up   (edit)   (3:05)    [lyrics]
finally released 1981 on the promo 7"-Single [Get it up] • 1981 on the 7"-Single [Get it up] • 1981 on the promo 12"-Single [Get it up]

Get it up / 777-9311   (live version #1)   (5:23)    [lyrics]
recorded live June 21st, 1998 by Morris Day & THE TIME at House of Blues in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards), [Gi] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2004 on the Morris Day Album [It's About Time]

Gigolos get lonely too   (4:42)    [lyrics]
recorded December 1981 by [Prince] at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) • final mixing 20th-21st July 1982 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1982 on the Album [What Time Is It?] • 1982 on the promo 7"-Single [Gigolos get lonely too] • 1982 on the 7"-Single [Gigolos get lonely too]

Gigolos get lonely too   (mono)   (4:42)    [lyrics]
finally released 1982 on the promo 7"-Single [Gigolos get lonely too]

Gigolos get lonely too   (live version #1)   (4:17)    [lyrics]
recorded live June 21st, 1998 by Morris Day & THE TIME at House of Blues in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards), [Gi] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2004 on the Morris Day Album [It's About Time]

Girl   (5:36)    [lyrics]
recorded april 1981 by [Prince] at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) • final mixing 28th-30th april 1981 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1981 on the Album [The Time]

Girl   (edit / mono)   (3:40)    [lyrics]
finally released 1981 on the promo 7"-Single [Girl]

Girl   (edit)   (3:40)    [lyrics]
finally released 1981 on the promo 7"-Single [Girl] • 1981 on the 7"-Single [Girl]

Girl   (live version #1)   (2:46)    [lyrics]
recorded live June 21st, 1998 by Morris Day & THE TIME at House of Blues in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards), [Gi] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2004 on the Morris Day Album [It's About Time]

Grace   (non-album track)   (2:37)    [lyrics]
recorded May/June 1982 by [Prince] at at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) and Vanity (co-lead vocals)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1982 on the 7"-Single [777-9311] • 1982 on the promo 12"-Single [777-9311]

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Ho-Parade   (n/a)
studio-recording exists • the guitar-solo was usually performed as part of the instrumental intro in most of THE TIME's 2002/2003 live shows
written by [Tori] (music) and [Morris Day] (lyrics)
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

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I don't wanna leave you   (6:29)    [lyrics]
recorded May/June 1982 by [Prince] at at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) • final mixing 20th-21st July 1982 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1982 on the Album [What Time Is It?] • 1982 on the 7"-Single [Gigolos get lonely too] • 1982 on the promo 12"-Single [The walk] • 1982 on the 12"-Single [The walk]

Ice cream castles   (7:32)    [lyrics]
recorded January 1984 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] at Sunset Sound [7] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) & [Jesse Johnson] (guitar) • final mixing January 1984 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 1984 on the Album [Ice Cream Castle] • 1984 on the promo 12"-Single [Ice cream castles] • 1984 on the 12"-Single [Ice cream castles]

Ice cream castles   (edit)   (3:37)    [lyrics]
finally released 1984 on the 7"-Single [Ice cream castles] • 1984 on the promo 12"-Single [Ice cream castles]

Ice cream castles   (live version #1)   (4:59)    [lyrics]
recorded live June 21st, 1998 by Morris Day & THE TIME at House of Blues in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards), [Gi] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2004 on the Morris Day Album [It's About Time]

If the kid can't make you come   (7:33)    [lyrics]
recorded 14th-22th April 1983 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] at Sunset Sound [7] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar) & Sharon Hughes (background vocals) • final mixing January 1984 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1984 on the Album [Ice Cream Castle]

It's your world   (5:25)    [lyrics]
recorded October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion) and [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards)
written by [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • registered to (n/a)
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

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Jerk out   #1   (lead vocals by [Prince])
originally recorded December 1981 by [Prince] at his home-studio [1] during the [What Time Is It?] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased

Jerk out   #2   (lead vocals by Mazarati)   (7:07)    [lyrics]
reworked April/May 1985 by [Prince] with Mazarati at Sunset Sound [7] during the "Mazarati" Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with Sir Casey Terry (lead & background vocals)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Jerk out   #3   (6:49)    [lyrics]
reworked October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards) and Sir Casey Terry (background vocals)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] with [Jesse Johnson], [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis].
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

Jerk out #3   (w/different intro)   (7:12)
finally released 1990 on the promo 12"-Single / CD-Single [Jerk out]

Jerk out #3   (a capella)   (2:28)
remixed by Steve Hodge • additional remix by [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • additional programming by Lance Alexander & Tony Tolbert
finally released 1990 on the 5-track 12"-Single / CD-Single [Jerk out]

Jerk out #3   (edit)   (3:56)
finally released 1990 on the 7"-Single [Jerk out] • 1990 on the promo 12"-Single / CD-Single [Jerk out] • 1990 on the 3-track CD-Single [Jerk out] • 1997 on the sampler [Dance Mix Classics] • 1998 on the sampler [Pop Superstars] • 1999 on the sampler [Pump It]

Jerk out #3   (mo' jerk out)   (4:36)
finally released 1990 on the 7"-Single [Jerk out]

Jerk out #3   (sexy dub)   (7:14)
remixed by Steve Hodge • additional remix by [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • additional programming by Lance Alexander & Tony Tolbert
finally released 1990 on the 5-track 12"-Single / CD-Single [Jerk out] • 1990 on the 3-track CD-Single [Jerk out]

Jerk out #3   (sexy edit)   (4:36)
remixed by Steve Hodge • additional remix by [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • additional programming by Lance Alexander & Tony Tolbert
finally released 1990 on the 5-track 12"-Single / CD-Single [Jerk out] • 1998 on the sampler [Club Mix Biggest Jams]

Jerk out #3   (sexy instrumental)   (7:02)
remixed by Steve Hodge • additional remix by [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • additional programming by Lance Alexander & Tony Tolbert
finally released 1990 on the 5-track 12"-Single / CD-Single [Jerk out]

Jerk out #3   (sexy mix)   (8:55)
remixed by Steve Hodge • additional remix by [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • additional programming by Lance Alexander & Tony Tolbert
finally released 1990 on the 5-track 12"-Single / CD-Single [Jerk out] • 1990 on the 3-track CD-Single [Jerk out]

Jungle love   (5:33)    [lyrics]
recorded 26th-27th March 1983 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] at Sunset Sound [7] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) & [Jesse Johnson] (guitar) • final mixing January 1984 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 1984 on the Album [Ice Cream Castle] • 1984 on the promo 12"-Single [Jungle love] • 1984 on the 12"-Single [Jungle love]

Jungle love   (edit)   (3:24)
finally released 1984 on the promo 7"-Single [Jungle love] • 1984 on the 7"-Single [Jungle love] • 1984 on the 7"-Single [Jungle love] • 1984 on the back-to-back 7"-Single [Jungle love] • 1984 on the promo 12"-Single [Jungle love] • 1994 on the sampler [Soul Train] • 1995 on the sampler [Video Soul] • 1997 on the sampler [Hot Dance Classics] • 1998 on the sampler [Booty Jams] • 1998 on the sampler [Old School Jams]

Jungle love   (edit / video version)   (3:26)
finally released 2004 on the Special Edition DVD [Purple Rain]

Jungle love   (live version #1)   (4:14)    [lyrics]
recorded live December 17th, 1999 by Morris Day & THE TIME at Paisley Park in Minneapolis • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Torell Ruffin] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards) and [Gi] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2000 on the Artist video [Rave Un2 The Year 2000]

Jungle love   (live version #2)   (3:02)    [lyrics]
recorded live January 25th, 2001 by Morris Day & THE TIME at El Rey Theater in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2001 on the soundtrack [Jay & Silent Bob Strikes Back]

Jungle love   (live version #3)   (2:57)    [lyrics]
recorded live June 21st, 1998 by Morris Day & THE TIME at House of Blues in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards), [Gi] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2004 on the Morris Day Album [It's About Time] • 2004 on the Morris Day Promo CD-Single [Greatest Hits Sampler]

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Kansas City   (segue)   (0:44)    [lyrics]
originally recorded June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Morris Day] (voices)
finally released 1990 as "Pretty little women (segue)" on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

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Love is a game   (6:30)
recorded and mixed 1987 at at Flyte Tyme Studios, Minneapolis, MN • engineered by Steve Hodge • mastered by Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering
performed by [Morris Day] (drums & vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar & background vocals), [Terry Lewis] (bass & background vocals), [Jimmy Jam] (keyboads, synthesizers & background vocals), [Jerome Benton] and [Jellybean Johnson] (both background vocals)
written by [Morris Day], [Jimmy Jam] and [Terry Lewis]
finally released 1987 on the Morris Day Album [Daydreaming]

Love is a game   (edit)   (4:00)
finally released 1987 on the Morris Day promo 7"-Single [Love is a game] • 1987 on the Morris Day 7"-Single [Love is a game]

Love machine   #1   (lead vocals by [Prince])   (5:18)    [lyrics]
originally recorded June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr. at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with Elisa Fiorillo (co-lead vocals) and Candy Dulfer (saxophone)
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr.
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Love machine   #2   (5:01)    [lyrics]
reworked June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr. at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments), [Morris Day] (lead vocals), Elisa Fiorillo (co-lead vocals) and Candy Dulfer (saxophone)
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr.
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Love machine #2   (segue)   (0:39)    [lyrics]
recorded June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Morris Day] & Elisa Fiorillo (both lead vocals) with [Jerome Benton] (background vocals
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr.
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Love machine   #3   (3:34)    [lyrics]
reworked late 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr. at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] & Elisa Fiorillo (both lead vocals) and Candy Dulfer (saxophone)
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr. • registered to [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr.
finally released 1990 on the [Prince] Album [Graffiti Bridge]

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Movie star   (4:26)    [lyrics]
recorded March/April 1986 by [Prince] at his home studio [5] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with an unknown female singer (co-lead vocals)
written by [Prince]
finally released 1998 on the Artist Album [Crystal Ball]

Murph drag   (5:11)    [lyrics]
recorded June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals), Candy Dulfer (saxophone) & [Jerome Benton] (background voices)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

My drawers   (4:08)    [lyrics]
recorded January 1984 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] at Sunset Sound [7] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) & [Jesse Johnson] (guitar) • final mixing January 1984 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1984 on the Album [Ice Cream Castle] • 1984 on the 12"-Single [The bird] • 1990 on the 7"-Single [Chocolate] • 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Chocolate]

My drawers   (edit)   (3:42)
finally released 1984 on the promo 7"-Single [The bird] • 1984 on the 7"-Single [The bird] • 1984 on the promo 12"-Single [The bird]

My love belongs to you
recorded 20th April 1983 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] at Sunset Sound [7] during the [Ice Cream Castle] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) & [Jesse Johnson] (guitar)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased

My summertime thang   #1
originally recorded 26th-27th March 1983 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] at Sunset Sound [7] during the [Ice Cream Castle] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) & [Jesse Johnson] (guitar)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased

My summertime thang   #2   (7:14)    [lyrics]
reworked June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) and [unknown female singer] & [Jerome Benton] (both background voices)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

My summertime thang #2   (edit)   (4:17)    [lyrics]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

My summertime thang #2   (jazz mix)   (4:27)    [lyrics]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

My summertime thang #2   (xtended)   (11:26)    [lyrics]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

My summertime thang   #3   (6:52)    [lyrics]
reworked October-December 1989 by [Prince] with THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion) and [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to (n/a)
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

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Nine lives #1
originally recorded late 1988 / early 1989 by [Prince] for possible inclusion on Cat's previously unreleased Album
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased

Nine lives #2   (3:59)    [lyrics]
reworked June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals), Margie Cox (background vocals) & [Jerome Benton] (background voices)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

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Oh, baby   #1   (lead vocals by [Prince])
originally recorded April 1979 by [Prince] at Alpha Studios in Burbank, Los Angeles during his own "Prince" Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased

Oh, baby   #2   (4:59)    [lyrics]
reworked April 1981 by [Prince] at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) • final mixing 28th-30th april 1981 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1981 on the Album [The Time] • 1984 on the 7"-Single [Jungle love]

OnedayI'mgonnabesomebody   (2:27)    [lyrics]
recorded May/June 1982 by [Prince] at at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments and vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) • final mixing 20th-21st July 1982 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1982 on the Album [What Time Is It?] • 1982 on the 7"-Single [The walk]

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Pandemonium   (4:12)    [lyrics]
recorded October-December 1989 by [Prince] with THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion) and [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Jesse Johnson], [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • registered to [Prince] with [Jesse Johnson], [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis].
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium] • 2002 on the sampler [Minneapolis Funk]

Pretty little women   (segue)   (0:46)    [lyrics]
originally entitled "Kansas City (segue)" • reworked October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (voices)
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

Pussy games   (n/a)
studio-recording exists • performed by THE TIME incl. [Prince] and [Tori] (both guitar) • no more details available
previously unreleased

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Release it   #1   (3:56)    [lyrics]
originally recorded June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jerome Benton] (background voices) and Candy Dulfer (saxophone)
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr.
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Release it   #2   (3:54)    [lyrics]
reworked late 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr. at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals), [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jerome Benton] (background voices) and Candy Dulfer (saxophone)
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr. • registered to [Prince] with [Morris Day] & Levi Seacer jr.
finally released 1990 on the [Prince] Album [Graffiti Bridge]

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Sexy socialites   (segue)   (0:24)    [lyrics]
recorded October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by two Stellas
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

Shake!   #1   (4:51)    [lyrics]
originally recorded June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) & [Jerome Benton] (background voices)
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

Shake!   #2   (4:01)    [lyrics]
reworked late 1989 by [Prince] with THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion) and [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards) • additional background voices by Jana Anderson • mix by Femi Jiya
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day] • registered to [Prince] with [Morris Day]
finally released 1990 on the [Prince] Album [Graffiti Bridge] • 1990 on the 7"-Single [Shake!] • 1990 on the 1-track promo CD-Single [Shake!] • 1990 on the 4-track promo 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!] • 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!]

Shake! #2   (battle mix)   (4:06)
additional voices by Demetrius Ross & Rene Reeves • mix by Levi Seacer jr. • edited by David Friedlander
finally released 1990 on the 4-track promo 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!] • 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!]

Shake! #2   (boom mix)   (5:01)
additional voices by Demetrius Ross & Rene Reeves • string arrangement by Clare Fischer • mix by Levi Seacer jr. • edited by David Friedlander
finally released 1990 on the promo 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!] • 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!]

Shake! #2   (extended mix)   (5:03)
rap by Demetrius Ross • additional voices by Rene Reeves • mix by Levi Seacer jr. • edited by David Friedlander
finally released 1990 on the 4-track promo 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!] • 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!]

Shake! #2   (funky house mix)   (8:20)
mix by Junior Vasquez
finally released 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!]

Skillet   (6:11)    [lyrics]
recorded October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion) and [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards)
written by [Jesse Johnson] with [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • registered to (n/a)
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

Sometimes I get lonely   (6:16)    [lyrics]
recorded October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion) and [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards)
written by [Morris Day] (uncredited), [Monte Moir], [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis] • registered to [Morris Day], [Monte Moir], [Jimmy Jam] & [Terry Lewis]
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

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The bird   (studio version)   (6:26)    [lyrics]
recorded March-September 1983 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] either at his home studio [2] or Sunset Sound [7] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals) & [Jesse Johnson] (guitar)
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

The bird   (edit / video version)   (3:48)
finally released 2004 on the Special Edition DVD [Purple Rain]

The bird   (dance remix)   (6:25)
finally released 1984 on the 12"-Single [The bird]

The bird   (live version #1)   (7:45)    [lyrics]
recorded live October 4th, 1983 by THE TIME at First Avenue in Minneapolis • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Rocky Harris] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Paul Peterson] (keyboards) and [Mark Cardenas] (keyboards) • final mixing January 1984 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 1984 on the promo 12"-Single [The bird] • 1984 on the Album [Ice Cream Castle]

The bird   (live version #1 edit)   (3:41)
finally released 1984 on the promo 7"-Single [The bird] • 1984 on the 7"-Single [The bird] • 1984 on the back-to-back 7"-Single [Jungle love] • 1984 on the promo 12"-Single [The bird]

The bird   (live version #2)   (4:22)    [lyrics]
recorded live December 17th, 1999 by Morris Day & THE TIME at Paisley Park in Minneapolis • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards) and [Gi] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2000 on the Artist video [Rave Un2 The Year 2000]

The bird   (live version #3)   (4:13)    [lyrics]
recorded live June 21st, 1998 by Morris Day & THE TIME at House of Blues in Los Angeles • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Tori] (guitar), [Freeze] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Monte Moir] (keyboards), [Gi] (keyboards) and [Chance] (keyboards)
written by [Prince] (uncredited) with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 2004 on the Morris Day Album [It's About Time] • 2004 on the Morris Day Promo CD-Single [Greatest Hits Sampler]

The latest fashion   #1   (lead vocals by [Prince])
originally recorded April 1987 by [Prince] at his home studio [4] and first offered to Dale Bozzio for her 1988 Album "Dale" • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased

The latest fashion   #2   (4:07)    [lyrics]
reworked June-September 1989 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Paisley Park [6] during the [Corporate World] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals), Candy Dulfer (saxophone) and Robin Power, [Jerome Benton], Tom Garneau & Michael Koppelman (all crowd noise)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased (but circulating on bootlegs)

The latest fashion   #3   (4:02)    [lyrics]
reworked late 1989 by [Prince] with THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Prince] with [Morris Day] (both lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar), [Terry Lewis] (bass), [Jellybean Johnson] (drums), [Jerome Benton] (percussion), [Jimmy Jam] & [Monte Moir] (both keyboards), Candy Dulfer (saxophone) and by Robin Power, Tom Garneau & Michael Koppelman (crowd noise)
written by [Prince] • registered to [Prince] with [Morris Day]
finally released 1990 on the [Prince] Album [Graffiti Bridge] • 1990 on the 7"-Single [Shake!]

The latest fashion #3   (remix)   (6:20)
remixed by [Prince] with Michael Koppelman & Sylvia Massy
finally released 1990 on the 12"-Single / CD-Single [Shake!]

The stick   (8:22)    [lyrics]
recorded april 1981 by [Prince] at his home studio [1] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals), Matt Fink (synthesizer solos) & Lisa Coleman (background vocals) • final mixing 28th-30th april 1981 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by Lisa Coleman (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1981 on the Album [The Time]

The stick   (edit)   (0:00)    [lyrics]
finally released 1981 on the 7"-Single [Girl]

The walk   (9:31)    [lyrics]
recorded 14th-20th January 1982 by [Prince] at Sunset Sound [7] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) & Vanity 6 (background vocals) • final mixing 20th-21st July 1982 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] (uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr)
finally released 1982 on the Album [What Time Is It?] • 1982 on the promo 12"-Single [The walk] • 1982 on the 12"-Single [The walk] • 1982 on the 12"-Single [777-9311]

The walk   (edit)   (3:24)    [lyrics]
finally released 1982 on the 7"-Single [The walk] • 1982 on the 7"-Single [The walk] • 1982 on the promo 12"-Single [The walk] • 1982 on the 12"-Single [The walk]

Tricky   (non-album track)   (lead vocals by [Prince])   (3:11)    [lyrics]
recorded February 1984 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] at Sunset Sound [7] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments & lead vocals) with [Morris Day] (drums & additional voices)
written by [Prince] with [Morris Day] • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with [Morris Day]
finally released 1984 on the 7"-Single [Ice cream castles] • 1984 on the 7"-Single [Jungle love] • 1984 on the 12"-Single [Ice cream castles]• 1984 on the 12"-Single [Jungle love]

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Velvet kitty kat   (originally entitled as "Mink kitty cat")
recorded 19th April 1983 by [Prince] with [Morris Day] & [Jesse Johnson] at Sunset Sound [7] during the [Ice Cream Castle] Album sessions • performed by [Prince] (all instruments) with [Morris Day] (lead vocals), [Jesse Johnson] (guitar)
written by [Prince]
previously unreleased

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Wild and loose   (7:34)    [lyrics]
recorded 14th-20th January 1982 by [Prince] at Sunset Sound [7] • performed by [Prince] (all instruments and vocals) with [Morris Day] (additional lead vocals) & Vanity 6 (background vocals) • final mixing 20th-21st July 1982 at Sunset Sound [7]
written by [Prince] with Dez Dickerson (both uncredited) • registered to [Prince] (as Jamie Starr) with Desmond D'Andrea Dickerson
finally released 1982 on the Album [What Time Is It?]

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Yount   (segue)   (0:23)    [lyrics]
recorded October-December 1989 by THE TIME at Paisley Park [6] • performed by [Morris Day] (lead vocals) with THE TIME (all background voices)
finally released 1990 on the promo CD-Album [Pandemonium] • 1990 on the Album [Pandemonium]

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Studio Locations:

[1] = from early 1981 up to April 1983:
[Prince]'s studio was the basement of his house located at Lake Riley, Chanhassen, Minneapolis, MN
[2] = from Mai 1983 up to April 1984:
[Prince]'s home studio was a warehouse located at St. Louis Park, Minneapolis, MN
[3] = from Mai 1984 up to April 1985:
[Prince]'s home studio was a warehouse located at Flying Cloud Drive, Eden Prairie, Minneapolis, MN
[4] = from Mai 1985 up to November 1985:
[Prince]'s home studio was a warehouse located at Washington Avenue, Eden Prairie, Minneapolis, MN
[5] = from December 1985 up to August 1987:
[Prince]'s home studio was at his house located in ... Chanhassen, Minneapolis, MN
[6] = Paisley Park Studio is located at 7801 Audubon Road, Chanhassen, Minneapolis, MN 55317
For information contact phone (612) 474-8555 or fax (612) 474-6328
Check the unofficial homepage •• [http://www2.bitstream.net].
[7] = Sunset Sound Studio is located in Hollywood at 6650 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028
For booking information contact phone (323) 469-1186 or fax (323) 465-5579
Check the official homepage •• [http://www.sunsetsound.com].
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