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3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of... by Arrested Development CD R&B

3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of... by Arrested Development CD R&B

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Additional Information about 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of... by Arrested Development (CD, Mar-1992, Chrysalis Records)
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Album Features
UPC: 094632192929
Artist: Arrested Development
Format: CD
Release Year: 1992
Record Label: Chrysalis Records
Genre: R&B, Southern Rap


Track Listing
1. Man's Final Frontier
2. Mama's Always on Stage
3. People Everyday
4. Blues Happy
5. Mr. Wendal
6. Children Play With Earth
6. Children Play with Earth
7. Raining Revolution
8. Fishin' 4 Religion
9. Give a Man a Fish
10. U
11. Eve of Reality
12. Natural
13. Dawn of the Dreads
14. Tennessee
15. Washed Away
16. People Everyday - (Metamorphosis mix)
16. People Everyday - (Metamorphosis Mix)

Details
Playing Time: 57 min.
Contributing Artists: Ramsey Lewis, Dionne Farris
Producer: Speech
Distributor: EMI Music Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: ADD


Album Notes
Arrested Development: Speech, Headliner, Aerle Taree, Montsho Eshe, Rasa Don, Baba Oje.Additional personnel: Dionne Farris, Sister Paulette, Cinque (vocals); Brother Larry (guitar); Larry Jackson (saxophone); Ramsey Lewis (keyboards).Hip-hop found itself at a crossroads in the early '90s. Its pop dominance was now unquestioned, but in order to progress, the genre needed a stylistic and cultural alternative to the shoot-em-up nihilism and vacuous balladry which threatened to stunt its growth. Enter Arrested Development. With 3 YEARS, 5 MONTHS AND 2 DAYS IN THE LIFE OF..., the group gave hip-hop the intellectual and spiritual shot in the arm which it needed, and in the process, brought the genre to a whole new audience. Turning rap's anger into pride, Arrested Development stressed the beauty and richness of the African and, more specifically, the African-American tradition. Never blindly optimistic, but ever hopeful, 3 YEARS preached self-empowerment and awareness, holding an unflattering mirror up to certain destructive aspects of society.The album spawned several pop hits, including "Mr. Wendel," a smart, touching portrayal of homelessness. Group leader Speech forgoes the threats and crotch-grabbing so prevalent in rap at the time to espouse positivity and growth in such lessons in humanity as "Tennessee." In the busy, insightful "People Everyday," Speech takes on the narrow-mindedness and violence inherent in his own culture.

Arrested Development: Speech, Headliner, Aerle Taree, Montsho Eshe, Rasa Don, Baba Oje.Additional personnel: Dionne Farris, Sister Paulette, Cinque (vocals); Brother Larry (guitar); Larry Jackson (saxophone); Ramsey Lewis (keyboards).Personnel: Dionne Farris, Sister Paulette, Terrance Cinque Mason (vocals); Brother Larry (guitar); Larry Jackson (saxophone).Audio Mixer: Speech.Recording information: Bosstown Studios; Trax 32; Twenty-Five Sixty Studios; UWM Studios.Photographer: Jeffrey Henson Scales.Unknown Contributor Roles: Montsho Eshe; Rasha Don; Aerle Taree; Don Rasa; Headliner; Speech; Baba Oje.Arranger: Arrested Development.Hip-hop found itself at a crossroads in the early '90s. Its pop dominance was now unquestioned, but in order to progress, the genre needed a stylistic and cultural alternative to the shoot-em-up nihilism and vacuous balladry which threatened to stunt its growth. Enter Arrested Development. With 3 YEARS, 5 MONTHS AND 2 DAYS IN THE LIFE OF..., the group gave hip-hop the intellectual and spiritual shot in the arm which it needed, and in the process, brought the genre to a whole new audience. Turning rap's anger into pride, Arrested Development stressed the beauty and richness of the African and, more specifically, the African-American tradition. Never blindly optimistic, but ever hopeful, 3 YEARS preached self-empowerment and awareness, holding an unflattering mirror up to certain destructive aspects of society.The album spawned several pop hits, including "Mr. Wendel," a smart, touching portrayal of homelessness. Group leader Speech forgoes the threats and crotch-grabbing so prevalent in rap at the time to espouse positivity and growth in such lessons in humanity as "Tennessee." In the busy, insightful "People Everyday," Speech takes on the narrow-mindedness and violence inherent in his own culture.







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