In the late '70s, when the fortunes of Motown Records seemed to be flagging, Rick James came along and rescued the company, providing funky hits that updated the label's style and saw it through into the mid-'80s. Actually, James had been with Motown earlier, though nothing had come of it. As the Mynah Birds, they signed to Motown and recorded, though no record was ever released. James had a journeyman's career playing bass in various groups before signing again to Motown as an artist, songwriter, and producer. Both were on James' debut album, Come Get It! June , which went gold.
Mais acessadas de Rick James
Mais acessadas de Rick James. Ghetto Life Rick James. When I was a young boy Growing up in the ghetto Hanging out on corners Singin' with the fellas Lookin' for the cute chicks Trying to find a bit of fun Looking for some trouble Or anyone who'll give me some I was young and crazy In the ghetto Didn't know what my life would be In the ghetto I was dumb and oh so lazy In the ghetto Something had a spell on me In the ghetto You wanna know what I'm talkin' bout? Talkin' 'bout ghetto life Ghetto life You wanna know what I'm singin' 'bout? Talkin' 'bout ghetto life Ghetto life When I was a young man Kind of free and fancy Met this little cute girl She said her name was Nancy She had pigtails to her shoulders She couldn't have been much older She taught me what I had to know To make a girl not want to go She was very kinky In the ghetto She laid her pigtails down on me In the ghetto And I was feeling oh so sneaky In the ghetto I had to see what love could be In the ghetto I knew it all along That my game was strong But I was wrong that time I knew I had to pray And give myself away Did you think I was man enough? Yeah Did you think I was smart enough?
It was released in September 9, as the second single from his debut album Come Get It! It was composed by James, along with keyboardist Billy Nunn, who was credited for the keyboards, strings, background vocals, helping to compose the song, arranging flute parts, and other instrumentation work. The song begins with a more intense combination of string instruments with electric and bass guitars expected in more heavy rock and funk songs only to lead into a more simple, flute-accompanied doo-wop sort of tune. A chorus repeatedly sings "doo doo doo doo, Mary Jane! Similar to Rick James' " Super Freak " the lead vocalist Rick James narrates his experience with a kinky, voluptuous woman in this case, "marijuana" personified who, despite being interested in other men which is apparently not a cause for shock to James , cheers Rick up with her love and "takes [him] to paradise. The song has been covered and sampled by numerous artists. Beatnuts — "On the Mic". Coolio sampled the song to create a hip-hop version called " I'm in Love with Mary Jane" on the soundtrack to the film Half Baked. It is believed to be the origin of the band title for the Mary Jane Girls a popular band in the '80s , who performed on James's composition "All Night Long". The song is referred to in the lyrics of the single release " Soul Train " by Just Loud.
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