The Glamorous Life - Sheila E. - Special Medley Of ;The Glamorous Life; ;Sister Fate; ;A Love Bizarre; (Vinyl)

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  1. When Sheila Escovedo started going by Sheila E. and soared to the top of the R&B charts with 's "The Glamorous Life," those who didn't know anything about her background assumed that she was just another Vanity or another Apollonia-- in other words, a sexploitive Prince disciple who was entertaining but had limited ability as a vocalist.
  2. that you hear within this album and placed Sheila E. in the starring role of "The Glamorous Life"!!--the rest, as they say, was history! The title track is a tour de force in both Minneapolis and 80's funk! This joint used to set the club off back in summer/fall of along with another Prince/Sheila E. collab which I wish could've been on /5(63).
  3. Sheila E. – lead vocals, percussion, director; Jesse Johnson – guitars; David Coleman – cello on "Oliver's House" and "The Glamorous Life" Nick DeCaro – accordion on "Next Time Wipe the Lipstick Off Your Collar" Jill Jones aka J.J. – background vocals on "The Glamorous Life", "The Belle of St. Mark" and "Oliver's House".
  4. Apr 29,  · "The Glamorous Life" was originally intended to be recorded by the short-lived replacement act for Vanity 6, girl group Apollonia 6. Prince allegedly had several tracks lined up for the trio to record for their debut album (and by some accounts, their follow up album as well) but abandoned the idea when he learned that lead singer Apollonia Kotero had no desire to stay in the .
  5. " The Glamorous Life " is a song written by Prince, recorded by singer/percussionist Sheila E. and produced by both.
  6. Sheila E. is the third solo album by Sheila E., released on Paisley Park Records in July Two singles were released from the album in the US, "Hold Me" and "Koo Koo". "Love on a Blue Train" was the first single released in Japan. The album is notable for its Latin influence and prominent presence in this hybrid of jazz, rock, funk and salsa/5().
  7. The Glamorous Life Lyrics: She wears a long fur coat of mink / Even in the summer time / Everybody knows from the coy little wink / The girl's got a lot on her mind / She's got / Big thoughts.
  8. "The Glamorous Life" is probably the most successful of Prince's side projects, both musically and commercially. (Officially, the Purple One's name appears nowhere in the songwriting, producing or instrumental credits of the song, but his hand is plainly visible in all three.

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