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The Time: What Time Is It? (WEA)

Review by Lloyd Bradley, New Musical Express, 9 October 1982


The Time: What Time Is It? (Warner Bros. 1-23701); Vanity 6: Vanity 6 (Warner Bros. 1-23716)

Review by Don Waller, Los Angeles Times, 24 October 1982


Prince, The Time, Vanity 6: Civic Center, Baltimore MD

Live Review by Geoffrey Himes, Baltimore Sun, 7 March 1983

Prince sustains dramatic opening with music that obliterates rules ...

Time For The Prince Who Will Be King

Profile by Vernon Gibbs, Creem, May 1983

HALFWAY THROUGH the concert, the long legged blonde keyboard player has stripped down to her underwear. The occasion is Prince's underground classic, 'Head', in which ...

The Time: Ice Cream Castle (Warner Bros.)

Review by Don Waller, Los Angeles Times, 29 July 1984


Prince's Purple Rain: 'Scuse Me While I Get Some Popcorn

Report and Interview by J. Kordosh, Creem, September 1984

PRINCE...IT'S A great name, isn't it? It's a great name for a dog. It's a great name for spaghetti on Wednesday night. It's a great ...

Purple Rain Star Morris Day Goes It Alone

Report and Interview by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 13 September 1984

Real-life rivalry with Prince leads to split ...

The Time: Day's New Dawning

Interview by Don Waller, L.A. Weekly, 13 September 1984

"THE BAND used to always try to smell the clothes before I put them on," says Time leader Morris Day, talking about how he first ...

The Time: Ice Cream Castles (Warner Bros.)

Review by Richard C. Walls, Creem, December 1984

ON THEIR third (and final) album, the Time continues to sound like Prince's opening act, the band's lyrical thrust dealing with things that its mentor ...

Now Is The Time For Morris Day

Interview by Carol Cooper, The Face, December 1985

He played the senior dude in Purple Rain, the one who nearly stole the show from his real-life hometown rival Prince. He calls his autobiographical ...

Minneapolis Magic: The Jam and Lewis Story

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 1 July 1986

Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis are currently the hottest producers in soul and here B&S goes back in time with the two men to discover ...

Jimmy "Jam" Harris & Terry Lewis

Interview by Mark Rowland, Musician, September 1986


Jam And Lewis Take Control

Profile and Interview by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, 23 April 1987

The Grammy Award-winning producers who made Janet Jackson a 'Nasty' superstar have been turning out lots of hits lately ...

Off The Record With Morris Day

Interview by Jeff Lorez, Blues & Soul, 22 November 1988

The Clown Prince of Cool onstage, B&S catches Morris Day in both reflective and prophetic moods... ...

Time without the Prince

Profile by Bruce Dessau, The Guardian, 31 August 1990

MOST BANDS that get together after solo careers do so to cash in on their past. If the Minneapolis band the Time had wanted to ...

The Time: Pandemonium

Review by Michele Kirsch, Select, September 1990

THESE WERE the bad guys in Purple Rain, which was just a movie, so it doesn't mean that they treat Prince like shit in real ...

The Time: Subterania, London

Live Review by Paul Elliott, Sounds, 15 September 1990

"BAND!""Yeah!""Is anybody hot?""No!""Ya know why?""Why?""Cos we're cool." ...

The Jam & Lewis Story, Part 1: Flyte of Fantasy

Interview by Jeff Lorez, Blues & Soul, 29 December 1992

To mark the tenth anniversary of Jam & Lewis's ultra-successful Flyte Tyme Productions, Jeff Lorez flew to Minneapolis and spoke to Jimmy Jam for more than eight hours over two ...

Jam & Lewis: Flyte of Fantasy Part III

Interview by Jeff Lorez, Blues & Soul, 2 February 1993

Jeff Lorez concludes his in-depth report on the tenth anniversary of Jam & Lewis's Flyte Tyme Productions ...

The Time, the Tony Rich Project, Take 6, Patti Austin, Brian McKnight, Groove Theory: Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Amy Linden, New York Daily News, 2 September 1996

The Vibe Wasn't Exactly Magic Quick taste of new Quincy Jones/Magic Johnson production doesn't provide enough flavor ...

Morris Day: Purple Rain rival who almost stole Prince's thunder

Profile by Simon Price, The Independent, 26 April 2016

On screen, the lead singer of The Time played a scene-stealing version of himself as the Purple One's nemesis. But off screen, their love-hate relationship ...

see also Morris Day

see also Jesse Johnson

see also Flyte Tyme


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