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Title: Let's Work, Soul Jamm Session. Short-info: Label: Not On Label (Prince) – CHAMPAGNE 001 Type: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Unofficial Release, White Label Country: UK Date of released: 2002 Category: Electronic, Funk, Soul Style: House, Deep House, Free Funk. Prince - Let's Work, Soul Jamm Session RAR archive MP3 format. 1548 downloads at 53 mb/s. Prince - Let's Work, Soul Jamm Session RAR archive FLAC format. Let's Work (Dark Dancer Remix). B. Soul Jamm Session.
Artist Title (Format). CHAMPAGNE 001. Prince. Let's Work, Soul Session (12", Unofficial, Pur). Not On Label (Prince).
Let's Work" was the second single from the 1981 album, Controversy, by Prince. The song originates from a dance called "the Rock" that local kids were doing at the time in Minneapolis. Prince responded quickly with a track called "Let's Rock", and wished to quickly release it as a single. refused, and a disappointed Prince did not include the song on Controversy, saying the phase had passed.
A jam session is a relatively informal musical event, process, or activity where musicians, typically instrumentalists, play improvised solos and vamp on tunes, songs and chord progressions. To "jam" is to improvise music without extensive preparation or predefined arrangements, except for when the group is playing well-known jazz standards or covers of existing popular songs.
Yeah, yeah, let me see ya work, come on! Let's work Let's work . Prince performed so much live, it would be hard to nail down a definitive live version to transcribe lyrics for unless it was on a live album perhaps. Let’s Work" Track Info. Recorded At Uptown, Sunset Sound, Hollywood Sound. Release Date October 14, 1981.
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