The Time - Get It Up flac album
Title: Get It Up
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The Time is the 1981 debut album by The Time. The album proper was produced and arranged by Prince (using the moniker Jamie Starr) The Time produced three singles: "Get It Up", "Cool" and "Girl", with the first two charting within the top ten on the R&B charts. Cool" was covered by Snoop Dogg for his ninth album, Ego Trippin'.
He rose to fame in the mid-1960s, with an exuberant live act which included wearing tight breeches and billowing shirts, in an Edwardian style popular amongst his peers at the time. He was known for his overt sexuality, before this was as common as it became in subsequent years. In 1963 he became the frontman for Tommy Scott and the Senators, a local beat group. Sir Thomas Jones Woodward, KBE (born 7 June 1940), best known by his stage name, Tom Jones, is a Welsh pop singer particularly noted for his powerful voice.
A fifth Time album was rumored to have been completed in the late 1990s, recorded with the new lineup, but production and coordination with Prince has prevented its release. Old Dogs, New Tricks was the working title. A 2004 album attributed to Morris Day called It's About Time contains a few new tracks written and performed by Day and a number of live performances by The Time featuring the new members along with Jellybean, Jerome, Monte & Morris In June and July 2008, all of the original members of The Time (Morris Day, Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Jesse Johnson, Jerome Benton, Jellybean Johnson, and Monte Moir) reunited once again for a series of shows at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
Wonderful album! Get it up/Cool/Girl! Killa funk, Prince and Morris Day at their best! Reply Notify me Helpful.
As for the album itself, The Time is short on material, featuring only six songs, a couple of them quite slight, but there are a few truly fantastic songs here on a par with Prince's best work of the era, namely "Get It Up," "Cool," and "The Stick," all extended synth-funk jams in the eight-to-ten-minute range. Successive albums by the Time would be more typical of the band itself, yet The Time is no less noteworthy for the lack of the band's involvement; in fact, this debut release is especially noteworthy for Prince fans enamored of his Dirty Mind-era.
up get it up, and feel alive! Yeah! Turn that shit up louder! Make it all go faster! Play it through the witching hour! Take it to one thousand horsepower! Turn that shit up louder! Make it all go faster! Playing through the witching hour! . This song is the first single released from the album of the same title, 1000hp. It is the first song on the album. Sully Erna stated that this song was written in approximately one hour. It’s one of those songs that surprisingly came out and was written from back to front in, like, an hour. I started putting one thing together with the next, and then Shannon Larkin started jumping in and then we arranged the whole song, and literally within an hour, maybe 90 minutes, this whole song was written and it was one of the last songs that we wrote, and it ended up becoming the first single.
When The Time Comes Album.
|A||Get It Up||3:01|
|B||After High School||2:48|
- Record Company – Warner Communications
- Record Company – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Published By – Tionna Music
- Producer [Produced By] – Jamie Starr, Morris Day
NotesPublished By Tionna Music
From the Warner Bros album BSK 3598 The Time
℗ 1981 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
A Warner Communications Company
Warner Bros. Records Inc. • Made in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): ZMN 0021S
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): ZMN 0022S
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, etched): WBS-49774-ZMN-0021-S-S-A1 [Allied Logo] R-7699
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, etched): WBS-49774-ZMN-0022-S-A1 [Allied Logo] R-7699
|WBS49774||The Time||Get It Up (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS49774||US||1981|
|WBS49774||The Time||Get It Up (7", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS49774||US||1981|
|WB 17.843||The Time||Get It Up (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 17.843||Benelux||1981|
|PRO-A-970||The Time||Get It Up (12", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO-A-970||US||1981|
|WBS49774||The Time||Get It Up (7", Single, Win)||Warner Bros. Records||WBS49774||US||1981|