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<b>G-Spot</b> was the second single to be released from [[Jill Jones]]' first album [[Album: Jill Jones|Jill Jones]], and was released a few months after the album. [[G-Spot]] was written, produced and largely performed by [[Prince]]. The b-side, ''Baby Cries (Ay Yah)'', was a previously-unreleased track with no input by [[Prince]].  
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<b>G-Spot</b> was the second single to be released from [[Jill Jones]]' first album [[Album: Jill Jones|Jill Jones]], and was released a few months after the album. [[G-Spot]] was written, produced and largely performed by [[Prince]]. The b-side, ''Baby Cries (Ay Yah)'', was a previously-unreleased track written by [[Jill Jones]] and [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angie_Stone Angie Stone] with no input by [[Prince]].  
  
 
The 12" release also contained a remix of [[G-Spot]] by [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Destri Jimmy Destri], keyboardist and songwriter for the band [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blondie_(band) Blondie].
 
The 12" release also contained a remix of [[G-Spot]] by [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Destri Jimmy Destri], keyboardist and songwriter for the band [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blondie_(band) Blondie].

Latest revision as of 11:01, 8 June 2019

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G-Spot


Gspot single.jpg

Single details


Released: 8 August 1987
Related album: Jill Jones
Label(s): Paisley Park Records
Non-album tracks: G-Spot (Edit) (4:01)

G-Spot (Extended Version) (6:23)

G-Spot was the second single to be released from Jill Jones' first album Jill Jones, and was released a few months after the album. G-Spot was written, produced and largely performed by Prince. The b-side, Baby Cries (Ay Yah), was a previously-unreleased track written by Jill Jones and Angie Stone with no input by Prince.

The 12" release also contained a remix of G-Spot by Jimmy Destri, keyboardist and songwriter for the band Blondie.

The single did not enter the charts.

Track listing


7"

(US: 7-28280, GER: 928 280-7)
A. G-Spot (Edit) (4:01)
B. Baby Cries (Ay Yah)

12"

(US: 0-20756, EUR: 920 756-0)
A. G-Spot (Remix) (6:23)
B. Baby Cries (Ay Yah) (Extended Version)

Credits

  • See individual tracks and related albums for credits.


Charts

  • This single did not enter the charts.


Releases

Variants, special editions and re-releases

  • None.


Trivia

  • None.


References


Babygogo single.jpg 1987
Baby Go-Go
All Singles All Related Artists Singles 1987
10
Ten single.jpg