8 thoughts on “ Comin Home - Don Bennett - The Prince Teddy Album (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. The album, his second, is an appealing collection of disco-funk tracks, characterised, of course, by Prince's unique vocal style and, as was to be his thing, some searing electric guitar parts in amongst the disco/funk rhythms/5().
  2. Expanding the urban R&B and funk approach of his debut, Prince is a considerably more accomplished record than his first effort, featuring the first signs of his adventurous, sexy signature sound. Although the album is still rather uneven, a handful of songs rank as classics. "I Wanna Be Your Lover" is excellent lite funk and "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?".
  3. Come is the fifteenth studio album by American recording artist aclivertocenfi.pifilkcentdubzewsramifornadivcale.infoinfo was released on August 16, by Warner Bros. aclivertocenfi.pifilkcentdubzewsramifornadivcale.infoinfo the time of its release, Prince was in a public dispute with his then-record company, Warner Bros. The album would be Prince's final Warner Bros. album under his name.
  4. Apr 25,  · The Prince Estate and Warner Bros. will stream "Originals" exclusively on TIDAL for two weeks starting June 7, with the album coming to CD on June
  5. Artist: Prince Genre: Soul Release Date: 02/24/ Label: Warner Bros. Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Length: Format: Vinyl LP Note: Reissue.
  6. Come is the fifteenth full-length studio album by aclivertocenfi.pifilkcentdubzewsramifornadivcale.infoinfo was the last album of newly-recorded material to be released by Warner Bros. under the name Prince while he was under exclusive contract (although Warner Bros. released "The Black Album" only three months later, and would later also release The Vault Old Friends 4 Sale).. It was released worldwide in August (eleven months.
  7. Apr 21,  · • "The Rainbow Children," his return to the Prince name — and the most polarizing album in a career full of them. It's a mess of meandering jazz and funk funneled through New Age.
  8. Aug 19,  · Yes, that is a "Prince Teddy" close-up from the album cover. This has to be the same "Don Bennett" that did the CWB vocals; the "Yeah!" at the beginning of "Comin' Home" is .

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