is the fifth The Cinderella Theory studio album by American funk musician George Clinton, released August 2, 1989 on Paisley Park Records. It was released three years after his previous studio effort, , which was his last album for R&B Skeletons in the Closet Capitol Records. The Cinderella Theory represented a comeback of sorts for Clinton, who had been largely absent from the pop music scene since his last album for Capitol. The album was produced by Clinton for Baby Clinton Inc.
Track listing [ edit ]
Public Enemy) (released as a single-Paisley Park 7-22790 and as a 12" single-Paisley Park 0-21337) Cinderella Theory
Why Should I Dog U Out? (released as a single-Paisley Park 7-27557 and as a 12" single-Paisley Park 021157)
There I Go Again
(She Got It) Goin' On
Banana Boat Song
Personnel [ edit ]
Joseph Fiddler, David Spradley, Bill Brown, Greg Crockett Bass:
Bootsy Collins, DeWayne "Blackbyrd" McKnight, Andre Foxxe, Steve Washington Guitars: DeWayne "Blackbyrd" McKnight, Bootsy Collins, Tracey Lewis, Andre Foxxe
Drums and drum programming: William Payne, Dean Ragland, Lelan Zales, Richie Stevens
Scratchin': Anthony Jones and Darrin
Eric Leeds Trumpet:
Atlanta Bliss Flute: Mike Fleming
Percussion: Larry Fratangelo
Pat Lewis, Sheila Washington, Jimmy Giles, Sandra Feva Dance, Lige Curry, Belita Woods, Tambra Makowsky, Navarro Berman, Pennye Ford, Patty Curry, Jennie Peters, Dean Ragland, Robert Johnson, Joe Harris, Andre Foxxe Williams, Tracey Lewis, Jessica Cleaves, Karen Foster, Anita Johnson, Louis Kabbabie, Mike Harris, Garry Shider, Daryl Johnson, Daryl Clinton, Shirley Hayden, Steve Boyd, Angela Workman, "Doe" Holiday
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