Here we go again! Another top song list. This one features one of the greatest bands of all time: The Time.
Since it's obvious that the band alone doesn't have a huge song catalog, I want you to include solo efforts as well. That would Morris Day's, Jesse Johnson's, and yes even The Family (they had 4 members of The Time in that band remember). Here's my list starting with Gigolos Get Lonely Too. One of the greatest songs ever recorded. Gigolos Get Lonely Too-Time 2. Jungle Love-Time 3. Can You Help Me-Jesse Johnson 4.
Born in Minneapolis, the group featured keyboardist Jimmy 'Jam' Harris, bassist Terry Lewis, vocalist Morris Day, keyboardist Monte Moir, guitarist Jesse Johnson. The Time - The Walk (Funk 1982) 9:32. The Time - Pandemonium HQ SOUND 4:22. Ice Cream Castles 7:32. Morris Day and The Time - Jungle Love (HQ).
Jerk Out-Time 5. Be Your Man-Jesse Johnson 7. Fishnet-Morris Day 8. 777-9311-Time 9. The Bird-Time 10. Chocolate-Time 11. Crazay-Jesse Johnson 12.
Oaktree-Morris Day 13. Wild and Loose-Time 14. Get It Up-Time 15. Love Struck-Jesse Johnson 16.
After Hi School-Time 17. Don't Wait For Me-Morris Day 18. The Walk-Time 19. Special Love-Jesse Johnson 20.
I Want My Girl-Jesse Johnson 21. Screams Of Passion-The Family 22. Pandemonium-Time 23. Paypal Hack.
Ice Cream Castles-Time 24. Girl-Time 25. Blondie-Time There's my list. Where's yours? Let's see what I can come up with at this moment 1. Skillet-The Time 2.
777-9311-The Time 3. My Drawers-The Time 4. Can You Help Me-Jesse 5.
I'm just wanting you-Jesse 6 Blondie-The Time 7. I don't wanna leave you-The Time 8. The Sims Freeplay Hack Money.
Be Your Man-Jesse 9. My Life-Jesse 10. Bare My Naked Soul- Jesse 11. High fashion_ The Family 12. Mutiny- The Family 13.
I want My Girl- Jesse 14. Wild and Loose-The Time 15. Cool-The Time 16.
Jungle Love- The Time 17. Girl-The Time 18. Free world-Jesse 19. Fool's Paradise- Jesse 20. Do yourself a favor- Jesse 21. The Oak Tree-Morris 22.
Fishnet-Morris 23. Get it up-The Time 24 Jerk out- The Time 25. The Walk- The Time subject to change by the minute.
I'm Just Wanting You - Jesse 4. Gigolo's Get Lonely Too 5. Free World - Jesse 7. Fishnet - Morris 8. Cry Like the Skies - Jesse 9. Chocolate 10. My Drawers 11.
I Don't Wanna Leave You 12. The Screams of Passion - The Family 14. Nothing Compares 2 U - The Family 15. Love is a Game - Morris 16.
Can You Help Me - Jesse 17. Tonite - Jesse 19. Sometimes I Get Lonely 20. I Miss - Jesse 22.
Crazay - Jesse & Sly Stone 23. Wild & Loose 24. Be Your Man - Jesse.
This article needs additional citations for. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2014) () Ice Cream Castle by Released July 2, 1984 Recorded March 26, 1983–January 1984,, Length 38: 19 (as The Starr ★ Company), Morris Day, Jesse Johnson chronology (1982) 1982 Ice Cream Castle (1984) (1990) 1990 Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Ice Cream Castle is a 1984 album. Similar to their previous two albums, this album consists of six tracks in the funk-pop or genre and it was produced and arranged by as 'The Starr ★ Company'. The album's two biggest hits, ' and ', were featured in the film and this, along with Day's performance in the movie, catapulted the album up the charts and to a crossover audience. Unfortunately, the band didn't have time to enjoy the success, as they had disbanded by the time the movie was released. Ice Cream Castle produced three singles: 'Ice Cream Castles', 'Jungle Love', and 'The Bird'.
Contents • • • • • • • • • • Recording [ ] Sessions for the album began in late March 1983, at, in (while Prince and The Time were still on the 1999 Tour), beginning with 'Jungle Love.' 'Chili Sauce' (under its original title, 'Proposition #17') and 'If The Kid Can't Make You Come' followed in mid-April 1983. 'The Bird' was recorded live in early October 1983 at in, and a studio recording followed in early January 1984, but the live version was chosen for release instead. 'Ice Cream Castles' and 'My Drawers' were the final tracks recorded for the album in mid-January 1984. Other tracks recorded and considered for the album included 'My Summertime Thang' (recorded in late March 1983, and later released on The Time's fourth album Pandemonium).
'Cloreen Baconskin' was recorded during the same two-day session in late March 1983, with Morris Day on drums, but isn't believed to have been intended for the album. Later tracks considered for the album include 'Chocolate' (released on Pandemonium), 'My Love Belongs to You' and 'Velvet Kitty Cat' (all recorded in mid-April 1983). Commercial performance [ ] The album peaked at number 24 on the and number three on the charts. The album spent a total of 57 weeks on the US album charts and had reached its peak position in early March 1985. The album was eventually certified by the (RIAA) for sales of over a million copies in the United States. This remains the group's best selling album to date.
Track listing [ ] All tracks written by Prince, except where noted. Title Length 1. ' (Prince and ) 7:33 2. 'My Drawers' 4:04 3. 'Chili Sauce' 5:45 Side two No. Title Length 4.
' (Prince, Morris Day and ) 5:29 5. 'If the Kid Can't Make You Come' 7:33 6.
' (Prince, Morris Day and Jesse Johnson) 7:40 Singles [ ] • ' (#11 R&B, #106 Pop) • 'Ice Cream Castles' • 'Tricky' (non-album track) • 'Get It Up' – 12' single.