The non-album track "Holly Rock" made its way to live shows and into the film Krush Groove. Sheila later served as Prince's drummer and musical director in his band during the tours from 1987 to 1989. In July 1986, her self-titled album Sheila E. was released. The ballad single "Hold Me" peaked at number 3 on R&B charts. Sheila E. is featured in Fred Armisen’s 2018 Netflix comedy special Stand Up for Drummers. plays percussion on a number of tracks on Gary Clark J. s album "This Land. In February 2009 she was made an honorary member of Tau Beta Sigma National Honorary Band Sorority by the Eta Delta Chapter located at Howard University in recognition of her humanitarian efforts through and in music.
Sheila E. Holly Rock. other tracks: Sheila E. (play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). The Glamorous Life. Лучшие альбомы 1994 г. по мнению критиков (Pulp: "His 'N' Hers", Orbital: "Snivilisation", Manic Street Preachers: "Holy Bible", Blur:"Parklife", Oasis: "Definitely Maybe"). Buddy Holly, It's So Easy. First Winds of the End of Time.
Single by Sheila E. from the album Krush Groove: Music from the Motion Picture. Holly Rock" is a song written by Sheila E. which appeared on the soundtrack of the 1985 film Krush Groove, with Sheila E. also performing the song in the film. It is a high-energy rap number with Sheila E. rapping throughout most of the song. The 7" single release was backed by "Toy Box", a track from Romance 1600. Formats and track listings. Holly Rock" (extended version) – 6:35. is the third solo album by Sheila . released on Paisley Park Records in July 1987. Two singles were released from the album in the . "Hold Me" and "Koo Koo". Love on a Blue Train" was the first single released in Japan. The album is notable for its Latin influence and prominent presence in this hybrid of jazz, rock, funk and salsa. The video for "Koo Koo" shows Sheila dancing with Cat Glover.
Holly rock) (Holly rock) Got to get to get up (Holly rock) (Holly rock) Aha. Sheila E's my name, holly rock's my game I'm funky as I wanna be Lyin' up a hundred, I swear to god I'm rockin' 'till you just can't see. Mass appeal, a little girl's smile I make you happy, baby, all the while 'Cause I'm bad, good god And if you got a big enough stick
Sheila Escovedo began her professional association with Prince - and adopted the stage name Sheila E. - in 1984. The Prince-produced The Glamorous Life appeared in June 1985 and soon its title track - which was the only cut on the six-track album to be written solely by Prince - became a Billboard Top Ten hit; its second single, "The Belle of St. Mark," peaked at 34. During that year, Sheila E. was part of Prince's orbit, opening for the Revolution on the Purple Rain tour and singing on "Erotic City," the flip to the hit "Let's Go Crazy. In 1986, Sheila E. appeared on the Krush Groove soundtrack playing "Holly Rock," and released an eponymous album that was her first not to be co-produced by Prince (instead, she produced the record with Revolution associate David . Hold Me" went to three on Billboard's R&B charts but her pop momentum slowed.
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|7-28704-A||Sheila E.||Holly Rock (7", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||7-28704-A||US||1985|
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