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  • Performer: Jill Jones
  • Album: Jill Jones
  • FLAC: 1265 mb | MP3: 1240 mb
  • Released: 1987
  • Country: US
  • Style: Synth-pop, Funk, Soul
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Jill Jones - Jill Jones download album

Jill Jones is the self-titled debut solo album from the artist of the same name; Jill Jones. The album was released in 1987 on Paisley Park, Warner Bros. It was produced by Jones and Prince. Her debut was warmly received in Europe, but failed to chart in the . on the Billboard Top 100 Pop, Black, or Dance charts. None of the three released singles managed to enter any of the Top 100 charts. Records never pushed the album.

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Jill Jones - ????????? ?????? ?? Jill Jones. ? ?????? ????? 21 ??????. ????????????????? ???????: 01:49:52. Ryuichi Sakamoto feat Jill Jones % You Do Me 1986. Jill Jones - Mia bocca (beginning). Jill Jones - For Love (with Prince). Jill Jones - For Love. Prince & Jill Jones - 4 Lust (unreleased, 1987). JILL JONES: Forbidden Love. PRINCE & jill jones "MY BABY KNOWS HOW 2 LOVE ME". Jill Jones - My Man. Jill Jones - Mia Bocca (official video reworked). Jill Jones - Violet Blue. Jill Jones - G Spot (with Prince). The Grand Royals Feat. Jill Jones - Diamonds Make You Happy.

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Jill Jones also sang background vocals on many studio tracks for Prince beginning with the 1999 album (also joining the live band on the 1999 Tour), and a solo album was planned for many years before its eventual completion and release. The tracks were recorded between July 1982 and October 1986. Later in May, Prince and Jill Jones recorded several more tracks for the album: Come Elektra Tuesday, Married Man, Killin' At The Soda Shop, Living Doll and For Love, of which For Love is the only track included on the album. In August 1985, Prince and Jill Jones recorded My Sex for the album, which was at one point considered as a title track for the album, but later rejected, and revised Mia Bocca, G-Spot and Baby, You're A Trip. Prince worked further on many of the album's tracks in January 1986.

The debut set from Jill Jones was three years in the making and went through many different track listings, but in the end the final version was well worth the wait. The album is produced entirely by the multi-talented Prince and is highly regarded among his fans, even though it was not well received at the time. Highlights include lead single "Mia Bocca," "All Day, All Night," and "For Love," on which Prince can be heard on the backing vocals and the Revolution can be heard on all instruments.

Jones performed lead vocals on 2004's album, The Grand Royals featuring Jill Jones - Wasted. A collaboration with Dance outfit Funky Junction resulted in the single "Someone to Jump Up", which has appeared on various Hed Kandi compilation releases. In 2008, Jill Jones joined a performance in New York by Jeremy Gloff, coming up on stage to sing with Jeremy's cover of her song "So Much in Love" On April 28, 2009, Jones released "Living for the Weekend" on the "Peace Bisquit" label

Jill Jones was born an only child near Dayton, Ohio. Barely into her teens, her mom had a relationship with Fuller Gordy (Barry's brother) and Jill moved to California. Everyone was at Motown. That's really what started it because I got to see how it all worked, how sessions would take place. Those are my first recollections, when I moved to . and was around all those people.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Intro (Baby You're A Trip)
Written-By – Jill Jones
A2 Mia Bocca
Written-By – Jill Jones, Prince
A3 G-Spot
Written-By – Jill Jones, Prince
A4 Violet Blue
Written-By – Jill Jones
A5 With You
Written-By – Prince
B1 All Day, All Night
Written-By – Jill Jones, Prince
B2 For Love
Written-By – Jill Jones, Prince
B3 My Man
Written-By – Jill Jones
B4 Baby You're A Trip
Written-By – Jill Jones

Credits

  • Co-producer – Prince (tracks: A2, B1, B2)
  • Conductor – Clare Fischer (tracks: A1 to A4, B4)
  • Producer – David Z., Jill Jones (tracks: A1, A2, A3, B4)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 25575-1, 1-25575 Jill Jones Jill Jones ‎(LP, Album) Paisley Park, Paisley Park 9 25575-1, 1-25575 US 1987
925 575-2 Jill Jones Jill Jones ‎(CD, Album) Paisley Park 925 575-2 Europe 1987
9 25575-2 Jill Jones Jill Jones ‎(CD, Album) Paisley Park 9 25575-2 US 1987
9 25575-2 Jill Jones Jill Jones ‎(CD, Album) Paisley Park 9 25575-2 USA & Europe 1987
25575-1 Jill Jones Jill Jones ‎(LP, Album) Paisley Park 25575-1 Australia & New Zealand 1987