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94 East was a Minneapolis-based funk group formed in December 1975 by Pepe Willie, the former husband of Prince's cousin. Willie was one of the people responsible for getting Prince's career up and running, and soon enlisted the talents of a young Prince and his childhood best friend, André Cymone. Prince also composed one song for them, "Just Another Sucker". The band disbanded when Prince became a star in his own right. The 94 East recordings were recorded between December 1975 and February 1979. 94 East was named after Interstate 94.
- also known as Prince & 94 East
- albums: "Symbolic Beginning", "Minneapolis Genius (The Historic 1977 Recordings)"
"94 East" is a musical EP of Prince.
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by Henry Gannett
93, 94 East base, Wis ............ 113 East ...
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Minneapolis Genius 94 East
The Historic 1977 Recordings
Featuring Pepe Willie, Andre Cymone, Alvin Moody and Prince
If You Feel Like Dancin'
Just Another Sucker
Dance To The Music Of The World
One Man Jam
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The success of the Allies in the west was in a measure offset by Teutonic victories in the east. When the invasion of Belgium began, Russia made immediate efforts to counteract by invasion of East Prussia. (Kelly Miller)
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