Various Risin To The Top, Mary Jane. The A side sees Jim Rising To The (Top) occasion to give you a super blunted version of this 80s classic that will have any summertime party or bbq on fire! The flip side sees him falling in love with Mary Jane as Jim adds the perfect amount of the buddha flavor into the mix to make heads bop and bootys shake on the floor. Previous Product Next Product .
Mary Jane's Last Dance" is a song written by Tom Petty and recorded by American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. It was recorded on July 22, 1993, while Petty was recording his Wildflowers album, and was produced by Rick Rubin, guitarist Mike Campbell, and Tom Petty. The sessions would prove to be the last to include drummer Stan Lynch before his eventual departure in 1994. This song was first released as part of the Greatest Hits album in 1993
Tried submitting Mary Jane Girls - "All Night Long" (1983) as an interpolation of the bass from Keni Burke - "Risin' To The Top" (1982), but it said that the sample was previously rejected → Does anyone have more information on the possibility of the bassline interpolation? (They're honestly hard to tell apart → I feel like someone owes someone else a lot of money.
Mary Jane's long-lasting prominence in the comics means that she's also been featured in almost every Spider-Man adaptation. From the big screen to Saturday morning cartoons, there's a whole roster of MJs that might just be even more different from each other than their corresponding Spideys. Face it, tiger: Marvel Comics hit the jackpot in 1966 when they introduced Mary Jane Watson to the Spider-Man mythos. Originally portrayed as a flighty party girl who formed the final corner of Peter Parker's first love triangle, MJ evolved over the years into a complicated and compelling character, and arguably the greatest love of Spidey's life.
Mary Jane's Last Dance". She grew up in an Indiana town Had a good-lookin' mama who never was around But she grew up tall and she grew up right With them Indiana boys on them Indiana nights. Well, she moved down here at the age of eighteen She blew the boys away, was more than they'd seen I was introduced and we both started groovin' She said, "I dig you baby, but I got to keep movin' on Keep movin' on". Last dance with Mary Jane, one more time to kill the pain I feel summer creepin' in and I'm tired of this town again. Oh, my my, oh, hell yes. You got to put on that party dress It was too cold to cry when I woke up alone I hit my last number and walked to the road.
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|A||–Keni Burke||Risin To The Top (Jim Sharp Edit)
Edited By – Jim Sharp
|B||–Rick James||Mary Jane (Jim Sharp Buddha Mix)
Edited By – Jim Sharp