Morris Day and The Time: Jungle Love
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Morris Day and The Time: Jungle Love

“Jungle Love” is one of the most well-known songs by Morris Day and The Time.  Jungle Love” was released as a single in 1984 and was also featured in the soundtrack of the movie “Purple Rain,” in which Morris Day and The Time made an appearance.

Jungle Love from Morris Day And The Time reached number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and 11 on the Billboard R&B Singles chart.  The song is characterized by its upbeat and funky sound, featuring a catchy melody, rhythmic guitar, and Day’s charismatic vocals. It’s known for its energetic and danceable rhythm.

This song and its association with Prince and the Minneapolis music scene are interesting aspects of 1980s pop culture.

Morris Day and The Time had a close association with Prince, and their music is often considered a part of the Minneapolis sound, a genre popularized by Prince. “Jungle Love” was co-written and co-produced by Prince, and he also played a significant role in shaping the band’s image and sound. “Jungle Love” remains a fan favorite and is often performed at Morris Day and The Times’s live shows. It has been covered and sampled by various artists over the years.

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