Terence Trent D’Arby ‎– Dance Little Sister (12″)

More for the “Terence Weekend.”

The follow up to “Let Me Stay” in all it’s 12 inch glory. My personal favourite and a bit of a blast. Produced with Heaven 17’s Martyn ‘Teddy Bear’ Ware this funks out to James Brown proportions. Part 1 is essentially the single version, Part 2 a bit of a freestyle, extended James Brown tribute! Blues is the theme of a quality B-side, “Sunday Jam (One Woman Man)” almost acoustic with some synth textures thrown in the background.


CBS ‎– TRENT T3sister

A Dance Little Sister (Parts One & 2)
B Sunday Jam (One Woman Man)

One response

  1. such talent!!! In every sense!!! He really was like Prince in many ways. That debut album is perfect from beginning to end but SIGN YOUR NAME is still my favorite! He should have been a super star (for longer than he was), but I guess all that craziness didn’t help!

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