Morris Day Keeps Time on New Rhino Podcast Episode

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Yeeesss! The Rhino Podcast gets seriously funky on its latest episode released this week: a chat with Morris Day, iconic frontman for The Time.

If you'll pardon the pun, Day's chat with host Rich Mahan couldn't come at a better time: the group's debut album is being reissued in July as a 2LP set on red and white vinyl for its 40th anniversary. (The extra LP features original single edits of the album's original hits.) In the half-hour discussion, Morris looks back on The Time's four albums together released between 1981 and 1990, the musicianship of his bandmates (including future super-producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis) - and, of course, the years-long relationship he had with the band's primary writer/producer, Prince.

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