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John L Nelson - "Don't Play With Love" (OUT NOW)

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THE LONG AWAITED EP FOR THE JOHN L. NELSON PROJECT IS NOW AVAILABLE

LABEL: MAKEN IT MUSIC RECORDS INC (Physical Distribution By Ropeadope).

WEBSITE: thejohnlnelsonproject.com

PRODUCTION CREDITS:

Production

Sharon L. Nelson - Producer

Co-Producer - Charles F. Spicer Jr.

Executive Producer - L. Londell McMillan

Engineer - Jason Miller

Engineer - Try Bishop

Mastering - Greg Reierson

Recorded at Paisley Park




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Reply #1 posted 03/02/18 12:47pm

Latin

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Reply #2 posted 03/02/18 12:52pm

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Just listened to it and all I can say is...... WOW...simply....smooth & beautiful. Classy jazz music. I can actually here strong hints of UTCM on the second track ironically called "Don't Play with Love"

The bass on "Darkness" is near precsion and the horns are on point. The piano playing is of course the focus and highlight of this primarily upbeat and breezy recording.

The opening bars to "Lonely" sound so much like father like son on piano. For a split second I am thinking of Venus De Milo....not exactly but this song could definitely segue into it.

Definitely evokes the classic 50-60's upbeat jazzy riffs of a Charlie Parker. Listening to this album IMO one can't help but realize where P discovered his love for Miles & isnpiration with Madhouse and the Hornz.

I suggest everyone give an open listen as this is a big part of where the bloodline for the creative genuis we all love was born.

Sharon, beautiful work on the production and packagong of this masterpiece!!! What a gifted and talented family you're a part of it. You did your pops proud.

Also kudos to the Paisley Team on your top notch work!!!

Go Grammys...it would be nice to see Mr. John L. Nelson posthumously receive the well deserved recognition he so longed for on and of his own accord.

As most of us have said, Prince's music was the soundtrack to many of our lives.....its nice to hear from where the inspiration of that life changing artistry all began......

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Reply #3 posted 03/02/18 3:49pm

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I look forward to hearing this. Thanks for posting, Militant.

I never want to see that artwork again. Ever.

It's also on Apple Music.

[Edited 3/2/18 15:53pm]

Check out The Mountains and the Sea, a Prince podcast by yours truly and my wife. More info at https://www.facebook.com/TMATSPodcast/
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Reply #4 posted 03/02/18 7:14pm

orionzdrm

New music recorded at the Park and alot of you are bitching. Sad.

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Reply #5 posted 03/02/18 9:22pm

pricetag

orionzdrm said:

New music recorded at the Park and alot of you are bitching. Sad.

Understandable, though. In the time its taken to put out a barely-bootleg version of MOONBEAM LEVELS, they've completed a whole production for an unknown relative. If that impresses you...then that impresses you.

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orionzdrm said:

New music recorded at the Park and alot of you are bitching. Sad.




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Reply #7 posted 03/03/18 4:51am

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rickyprynce said:

Just listened to it and all I can say is..... WOW...simply....smooth & beautiful. Classy jazz music. I can actually here strong hints of UTCM on the second track ironically called "Don't Play with Love"



The bass on "Darkness" is near precsion and the horns are on point. The piano playing is of course the focus and highlight of this primarily upbeat and breezy recording.



The opening bars to "Lonely" sound so much like father like son on piano. For a split second I am thinking of Venus De Milo....not exactly but this song could definitely segue into it.



Definitely evokes the classic 50-60's upbeat jazzy riffs of a Charlie Parker. Listening to this album IMO one can't help but realize where P discovered his love for Miles & isnpiration with Madhouse and the Hornz.



I suggest everyone give an open listen as this is a big part of where the bloodline for the creative genuis we all love was born.



Sharon, beautiful work on the production and packagong of this masterpiece!!! What a gifted and talented family you're a part of it. You did your pops proud.



Also kudos to the Paisley Team on your top notch work!!!



Go Grammys...it would be nice to see Mr. John L. Nelson posthumously receive the well deserved recognition he so longed for on and of his own accord.



As most of us have said, Prince's music was the soundtrack to many of our lives.....its nice to hear from where the inspiration of that life changing artistry all began.....




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Reply #8 posted 03/03/18 6:15am

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This thread is about the music.

If you want to complain about anyone who was involved with it, take it elsewhere.
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Reply #9 posted 03/03/18 8:37am

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pricetag said:



orionzdrm said:


New music recorded at the Park and alot of you are bitching. Sad.



Understandable, though. In the time its taken to put out a barely-bootleg version of MOONBEAM LEVELS, they've completed a whole production for an unknown relative. If that impresses you...then that impresses you.


Co-sign
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Reply #10 posted 03/03/18 9:55am

GrayDorian

pricetag said:

orionzdrm said:

New music recorded at the Park and alot of you are bitching. Sad.

Understandable, though. In the time its taken to put out a barely-bootleg version of MOONBEAM LEVELS, they've completed a whole production for an unknown relative. If that impresses you...then that impresses you.

Well, I'm not the most patient of folks, but I'd rather wait for whoever is working on the material in the Vault to do a great job on Prince's precious music than have them rush out material haphazardly and then regret it later.


It's not quite 2 years since Prince passed, and there is probably a vast quantity of music, which is likely to entail a great deal of work. It is probably a labor of love for those with the responsibility too, so I am guessing they are no doubt taking utmost care with it.


This is after all a marathon and not a sprint, and the most important thing to me is not that my selfish wishes for more music are met, but that they do Prince proud by making good decisions, and by releasing his music in the best available quality, and in a manner that would hopefully please him.

If they need to take time to get it right, so be it. I can wait. None of us are getting any younger, but, if I pass before most of it sees the light of day, I guess it's tough titty. wink

It's not as though we haven't got something to look forward to. Somebody reputable on here posted that either Parade or 1999 deluxe remaster may be on the cards this year, and someone I had never heard of ( though I think supposedly in an official capacity) was also quoted as saying there may be some 'mind blowing' new music later in the year, so hopefully there may be either a re-release or new release of some description for us oldies to love on, and hopefully some new fans to discover.

,

Anyway, back on topic, as for John L Nelson's posthumous release, I haven’t heard any of the music yet, but I can have absolutely no issue whatsoever with Sharon looking to share her Dad’s music with us. In fact, I think that it’s a good thing for her to honor her father this way. I'd like to think that Prince would approve hopefully.


Let’s hope that she is as eager and motivated to honor Prince accordingly too. I have to confess to slight misgivings about that, but hopefully she will prove me wonderfully wrong.

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Reply #11 posted 03/03/18 8:19pm

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GrayDorian said:



pricetag said:




orionzdrm said:


New music recorded at the Park and alot of you are bitching. Sad.



Understandable, though. In the time its taken to put out a barely-bootleg version of MOONBEAM LEVELS, they've completed a whole production for an unknown relative. If that impresses you...then that impresses you.




Well, I'm not the most patient of folks, but I'd rather wait for whoever is working on the material in the Vault to do a great job on Prince's precious music than have them rush out material haphazardly and then regret it later.


It's not quite 2 years since Prince passed, and there is probably a vast quantity of music, which is likely to entail a great deal of work. It is probably a labor of love for those with the responsibility too, so I am guessing they are no doubt taking utmost care with it.


This is after all a marathon and not a sprint, and the most important thing to me is not that my selfish wishes for more music are met, but that they do Prince proud by making good decisions, and by releasing his music in the best available quality, and in a manner that would hopefully please him.

If they need to take time to get it right, so be it. I can wait. None of us are getting any younger, but, if I pass before most of it sees the light of day, I guess it's tough titty. wink



It's not as though we haven't got something to look forward to. Somebody reputable on here posted that either Parade or 1999 deluxe remaster may be on the cards this year, and someone I had never heard of ( though I think supposedly in an official capacity) was also quoted as saying there may be some 'mind blowing' new music later in the year, so hopefully there may be either a re-release or new release of some description for us oldies to love on, and hopefully some new fans to discover.


,


Anyway, back on topic, as for John L Nelson's posthumous release, I haven’t heard any of the music yet, but I can have absolutely no issue whatsoever with Sharon looking to share her Dad’s music with us. In fact, I think that it’s a good thing for her to honor her father this way. I'd like to think that Prince would approve hopefully.



Let’s hope that she is as eager and motivated to honor Prince accordingly too. I have to confess to slight misgivings about that, but hopefully she will prove me wonderfully wrong.








My understanding from Sharon's interview here and statements elsewhere is that all the heirs, including Sharon, currently have no authority to release any Prince music whatsoever.

Sharon seemed very interested in the prospect of a new incarnation of the NPGMC serving vault music directly to fans, but does not have the means to do so even if all the heirs jointly agreed.
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Reply #12 posted 03/03/18 11:08pm

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OperatingThetan said:

GrayDorian said:

Well, I'm not the most patient of folks, but I'd rather wait for whoever is working on the material in the Vault to do a great job on Prince's precious music than have them rush out material haphazardly and then regret it later.


It's not quite 2 years since Prince passed, and there is probably a vast quantity of music, which is likely to entail a great deal of work. It is probably a labor of love for those with the responsibility too, so I am guessing they are no doubt taking utmost care with it.


This is after all a marathon and not a sprint, and the most important thing to me is not that my selfish wishes for more music are met, but that they do Prince proud by making good decisions, and by releasing his music in the best available quality, and in a manner that would hopefully please him.

If they need to take time to get it right, so be it. I can wait. None of us are getting any younger, but, if I pass before most of it sees the light of day, I guess it's tough titty. wink

It's not as though we haven't got something to look forward to. Somebody reputable on here posted that either Parade or 1999 deluxe remaster may be on the cards this year, and someone I had never heard of ( though I think supposedly in an official capacity) was also quoted as saying there may be some 'mind blowing' new music later in the year, so hopefully there may be either a re-release or new release of some description for us oldies to love on, and hopefully some new fans to discover.

,

Anyway, back on topic, as for John L Nelson's posthumous release, I haven’t heard any of the music yet, but I can have absolutely no issue whatsoever with Sharon looking to share her Dad’s music with us. In fact, I think that it’s a good thing for her to honor her father this way. I'd like to think that Prince would approve hopefully.


Let’s hope that she is as eager and motivated to honor Prince accordingly too. I have to confess to slight misgivings about that, but hopefully she will prove me wonderfully wrong.

My understanding from Sharon's interview here and statements elsewhere is that all the heirs, including Sharon, currently have no authority to release any Prince music whatsoever. Sharon seemed very interested in the prospect of a new incarnation of the NPGMC serving vault music directly to fans, but does not have the means to do so even if all the heirs jointly agreed.

Which sounds to me like a great reason to oppose the actions of Comerica and the people they hired who have no clue as to how to release his music and run his music business. If all heirs jointly agree then they should be able to release music as NPG, however until those heirs who's hands are tied by bad agreements which they entered into, I guess it will have to be waited out. It looks like Sharon's is teaching them a lesson with the John L. Nelson project release, showing them that she knows what she's doing and can produce, market and release music, which Comerica seems to be having difficulty doing with Prince music.

[Edited 3/3/18 23:19pm]

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Reply #13 posted 03/04/18 8:15am

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pricetag said:

orionzdrm said:

New music recorded at the Park and alot of you are bitching. Sad.

Understandable, though. In the time its taken to put out a barely-bootleg version of MOONBEAM LEVELS, they've completed a whole production for an unknown relative. If that impresses you...then that impresses you.

Unknown relative?

If you dont sit your high tailing behind down somewhere

Download all the shit hop that you can for your kids, neices, nephews, and their friends also. That will prevent them from going out and buying it and will prevent some shit hop sales. Every little bit helps - Andy
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Reply #14 posted 03/04/18 12:38pm

pricetag

paisleypark4 said:



pricetag said:




orionzdrm said:


New music recorded at the Park and alot of you are bitching. Sad.



Understandable, though. In the time its taken to put out a barely-bootleg version of MOONBEAM LEVELS, they've completed a whole production for an unknown relative. If that impresses you...then that impresses you.



Unknown relative?



If you dont sit your high tailing behind down somewhere


Yeah, you’re right. I suppose we should be having this conversation at johnlnelson.org
rolleyes
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Reply #15 posted 03/04/18 12:39pm

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TheEquilizer said:

OperatingThetan said:

GrayDorian said: My understanding from Sharon's interview here and statements elsewhere is that all the heirs, including Sharon, currently have no authority to release any Prince music whatsoever. Sharon seemed very interested in the prospect of a new incarnation of the NPGMC serving vault music directly to fans, but does not have the means to do so even if all the heirs jointly agreed.

Which sounds to me like a great reason to oppose the actions of Comerica and the people they hired who have no clue as to how to release his music and run his music business. If all heirs jointly agree then they should be able to release music as NPG, however until those heirs who's hands are tied by bad agreements which they entered into, I guess it will have to be waited out. It looks like Sharon's is teaching them a lesson with the John L. Nelson project release, showing them that she knows what she's doing and can produce, market and release music, which Comerica seems to be having difficulty doing with Prince music.

[Edited 3/3/18 23:19pm]

Look Northstar employee Comerica has not put out any Prince music yet and if SNJ keep running to court every other day they never will.

What part of taxes have to be paid, estate value has to be determined, and the many Lonnie lawsuits resolved before the assets cannot be fully monitized,

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Reply #16 posted 03/04/18 3:20pm

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pricetag said:

paisleypark4 said:

Unknown relative?

If you dont sit your high tailing behind down somewhere

Yeah, you’re right. I suppose we should be having this conversation at johnlnelson.org rolleyes



lol lol nod

Welcome to "the org", Mumio…they can have you, but I'll have your love in the end nod
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Reply #17 posted 03/04/18 5:57pm

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TheEquilizer said:



OperatingThetan said:


GrayDorian said:



Well, I'm not the most patient of folks, but I'd rather wait for whoever is working on the material in the Vault to do a great job on Prince's precious music than have them rush out material haphazardly and then regret it later.


It's not quite 2 years since Prince passed, and there is probably a vast quantity of music, which is likely to entail a great deal of work. It is probably a labor of love for those with the responsibility too, so I am guessing they are no doubt taking utmost care with it.


This is after all a marathon and not a sprint, and the most important thing to me is not that my selfish wishes for more music are met, but that they do Prince proud by making good decisions, and by releasing his music in the best available quality, and in a manner that would hopefully please him.

If they need to take time to get it right, so be it. I can wait. None of us are getting any younger, but, if I pass before most of it sees the light of day, I guess it's tough titty. wink



It's not as though we haven't got something to look forward to. Somebody reputable on here posted that either Parade or 1999 deluxe remaster may be on the cards this year, and someone I had never heard of ( though I think supposedly in an official capacity) was also quoted as saying there may be some 'mind blowing' new music later in the year, so hopefully there may be either a re-release or new release of some description for us oldies to love on, and hopefully some new fans to discover.


,


Anyway, back on topic, as for John L Nelson's posthumous release, I haven’t heard any of the music yet, but I can have absolutely no issue whatsoever with Sharon looking to share her Dad’s music with us. In fact, I think that it’s a good thing for her to honor her father this way. I'd like to think that Prince would approve hopefully.



Let’s hope that she is as eager and motivated to honor Prince accordingly too. I have to confess to slight misgivings about that, but hopefully she will prove me wonderfully wrong.







My understanding from Sharon's interview here and statements elsewhere is that all the heirs, including Sharon, currently have no authority to release any Prince music whatsoever. Sharon seemed very interested in the prospect of a new incarnation of the NPGMC serving vault music directly to fans, but does not have the means to do so even if all the heirs jointly agreed.

Which sounds to me like a great reason to oppose the actions of Comerica and the people they hired who have no clue as to how to release his music and run his music business. If all heirs jointly agree then they should be able to release music as NPG, however until those heirs who's hands are tied by bad agreements which they entered into, I guess it will have to be waited out. It looks like Sharon's is teaching them a lesson with the John L. Nelson project release, showing them that she knows what she's doing and can produce, market and release music, which Comerica seems to be having difficulty doing with Prince music.



[Edited 3/3/18 23:19pm]


Because Sharon is a music mogul
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Reply #18 posted 03/04/18 8:42pm

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rickyprynce said:

Just listened to it and all I can say is...... WOW...simply....smooth & beautiful. Classy jazz music. I can actually here strong hints of UTCM on the second track ironically called "Don't Play with Love"

The bass on "Darkness" is near precsion and the horns are on point. The piano playing is of course the focus and highlight of this primarily upbeat and breezy recording.

The opening bars to "Lonely" sound so much like father like son on piano. For a split second I am thinking of Venus De Milo....not exactly but this song could definitely segue into it.

Definitely evokes the classic 50-60's upbeat jazzy riffs of a Charlie Parker. Listening to this album IMO one can't help but realize where P discovered his love for Miles & isnpiration with Madhouse and the Hornz.

I suggest everyone give an open listen as this is a big part of where the bloodline for the creative genuis we all love was born.

Sharon, beautiful work on the production and packagong of this masterpiece!!! What a gifted and talented family you're a part of it. You did your pops proud.

Also kudos to the Paisley Team on your top notch work!!!

Go Grammys...it would be nice to see Mr. John L. Nelson posthumously receive the well deserved recognition he so longed for on and of his own accord.

As most of us have said, Prince's music was the soundtrack to many of our lives.....its nice to hear from where the inspiration of that life changing artistry all began......

I don't understand why he didn't do this while alive, I mean, his son has a studio!

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Reply #19 posted 03/04/18 9:05pm

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I love it
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Reply #20 posted 03/04/18 9:28pm

TheEquilizer

laurarichardson said:

TheEquilizer said:

Which sounds to me like a great reason to oppose the actions of Comerica and the people they hired who have no clue as to how to release his music and run his music business. If all heirs jointly agree then they should be able to release music as NPG, however until those heirs who's hands are tied by bad agreements which they entered into, I guess it will have to be waited out. It looks like Sharon's is teaching them a lesson with the John L. Nelson project release, showing them that she knows what she's doing and can produce, market and release music, which Comerica seems to be having difficulty doing with Prince music.

[Edited 3/3/18 23:19pm]

Look Northstar employee Comerica has not put out any Prince music yet and if SNJ keep running to court every other day they never will.

What part of taxes have to be paid, estate value has to be determined, and the many Lonnie lawsuits resolved before the assets cannot be fully monitized,

Look [Name calling snip - luv4u], do you realize how obsessed you are with Lonnie? Everything you have to say ends with you bringing him up. Stop trip'n

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Reply #21 posted 03/04/18 10:10pm

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laurarichardson said:

TheEquilizer said:

Which sounds to me like a great reason to oppose the actions of Comerica and the people they hired who have no clue as to how to release his music and run his music business. If all heirs jointly agree then they should be able to release music as NPG, however until those heirs who's hands are tied by bad agreements which they entered into, I guess it will have to be waited out. It looks like Sharon's is teaching them a lesson with the John L. Nelson project release, showing them that she knows what she's doing and can produce, market and release music, which Comerica seems to be having difficulty doing with Prince music.

[Edited 3/3/18 23:19pm]

Because Sharon is a music mogul


eek spit lol

Welcome to "the org", Mumio…they can have you, but I'll have your love in the end nod
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Reply #22 posted 03/05/18 8:10am

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pricetag said:

paisleypark4 said:

Unknown relative?

If you dont sit your high tailing behind down somewhere

Yeah, you’re right. I suppose we should be having this conversation at johnlnelson.org rolleyes

Without him no one would be on here

Download all the shit hop that you can for your kids, neices, nephews, and their friends also. That will prevent them from going out and buying it and will prevent some shit hop sales. Every little bit helps - Andy
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Reply #23 posted 03/05/18 8:20am

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paisleypark4 said:

pricetag said:

paisleypark4 said: Yeah, you’re right. I suppose we should be having this conversation at johnlnelson.org rolleyes

Without him no one would be on here

So for that reason we should make this John L Nelson org?

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Reply #24 posted 03/05/18 8:23am

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TheEquilizer said:

laurarichardson said:

Look Northstar employee Comerica has not put out any Prince music yet and if SNJ keep running to court every other day they never will.

What part of taxes have to be paid, estate value has to be determined, and the many Lonnie lawsuits resolved before the assets cannot be fully monitized,

Look [Name calling snip - luv4u], do you realize how obsessed you are with Lonnie? Everything you have to say ends with you bringing him up. Stop trip'n

Then stop coming to this board and functioning as his mouth piece. I guest many people on this board are Koo Koo because others have called you out for your non-stop promotion of SNJ, Lonnie and their conduct. This is not TMZ.

[Edited 3/5/18 8:24am]

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Reply #25 posted 03/05/18 8:46am

TheEquilizer

laurarichardson said:



TheEquilizer said:




laurarichardson said:



Look Northstar employee Comerica has not put out any Prince music yet and if SNJ keep running to court every other day they never will.



What part of taxes have to be paid, estate value has to be determined, and the many Lonnie lawsuits resolved before the assets cannot be fully monitized,





Look [Name calling snip - luv4u], do you realize how obsessed you are with Lonnie? Everything you have to say ends with you bringing him up. Stop trip'n



Then stop coming to this board and functioning as his mouth piece. I guest many people on this board are Koo Koo because others have called you out for your non-stop promotion of SNJ, Lonnie and their conduct. This is not TMZ.

[Edited 3/5/18 8:24am]

Wow, it Looks like the John L Nelson project is receiving rave reviews! Which is what I said would happen, you should try to see things from an objective view Stop hate'n you undercover Lonnie Lover!hah!
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Reply #26 posted 03/05/18 10:45am

pricetag

paisleypark4 said:

pricetag said:

paisleypark4 said: Yeah, you’re right. I suppose we should be having this conversation at johnlnelson.org rolleyes

Without him no one would be on here

Oh, I get it. Without anything, nothing would exist. You win.

[Edited 3/5/18 10:45am]

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Reply #27 posted 03/05/18 1:19pm

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The disrespect and shade to his father almost doesnt suprise me from the org. Like, you guys cant even respect the man's FATHER? The fuck wrong with you?


Image result for prince shade

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Reply #28 posted 03/05/18 1:28pm

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Listening to it now during lunch, wow. Very impressed. Especially the title track.

Download all the shit hop that you can for your kids, neices, nephews, and their friends also. That will prevent them from going out and buying it and will prevent some shit hop sales. Every little bit helps - Andy
http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemus
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Reply #29 posted 03/05/18 1:48pm

pricetag

paisleypark4 said:

The disrespect and shade to his father almost doesnt suprise me from the org. Like, you guys cant even respect the man's FATHER? The fuck wrong with you?

Wrong. My "shade" is being directed at you. Sorry, I feel obligated after that "without him no one would be on here" comment. Utterly facile.

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