Jill Jones ‎– Jill Jones

Paisley Park ‎– 32XD-733
CD, Album

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1 Intro (Baby You're A Trip) / Mia Bocca
Co-producer – Prince
2 G - Spot 4:30
3 Violet Blue 4:24
4 With You
Bass – Tony LevinDrums – Steve GaddGuitar – Hugh McCracken, Steve StevensKeyboards – Mike ChasePiano – Rob Mounsey
5 All Day, All Night
Co-producer – PrinceFeaturing – Prince And The Revolution
6 For Love
Co-producer – PrinceDrums – Jellybean JohnsonSaxophone – Eric Leeds
7 My Man 3:15
8 Baby You're A Trip 5:23

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1987 Japanese compact disc 32XD-733 STEREO JASRAC

The music on this compact digital disc was originally recorded on analogue equipment. We have attempted to preserve as closely as possible the sound of the original recording. Because of it high resolution however, the Compact Disc can reveal the limitations of the source tape.

Paisley Park. Manufactured and distributed by Warner Bros. Records Inc. a Warner Communications Company.

℗ 1987 Paisley Park Records for the U.S. & WEA International, Inc., for the world outside of the U.S.

Made by Warner-Pioneer Corporation in Japan. All rights reserved.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9 25575-1, 1-25575 Jill Jones Jill Jones(LP, Album) Paisley Park, Paisley Park 9 25575-1, 1-25575 US 1987 Sell This Version
925 575-2 Jill Jones Jill Jones(CD, Album) Paisley Park 925 575-2 Europe 1987 Sell This Version
9 25575-2 Jill Jones Jill Jones(CD, Album) Paisley Park 9 25575-2 USA & Europe 1987 Sell This Version
25575-1 Jill Jones Jill Jones(LP, Album) Paisley Park 25575-1 Australia & New Zealand 1987 Sell This Version
6 25575 Jill Jones Jill Jones(Cass, Album) Paisley Park 6 25575 US 1987 Sell This Version


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October 6, 2014
edited over 2 years ago

The first ever compact disc pressings of this classic album were issued in Japan and are clearly identifiable by the GREEN band on the silver disc and OBI strip as shown displaying the label release Cat No 32XD 733 at the top (the 1990 second press has a RED band). Originals with OBI's are notoriously hard to find.