The cutting and camera work in Sign ‘O’ the Times are too intrusive, and the somewhat discordant songs worked better as a magnificent hodgepodge on the album. Still, this concert movie (which barely made it to theaters) is a feisty, engaging show. Decked out in a poufy hairdo and ’70s-ugly wire-frames, Prince is at his most playfully androgynous here — he’s a cross between James Brown and Joey Heatherton. B
Sign O' the Times The cutting and camera work in Sign 'O' the Times are too intrusive, and the somewhat discordant songs worked better as a magnificent...Sign O' the TimesDocumentary The cutting and camera work in Sign 'O' the Times are too intrusive, and the somewhat discordant songs worked better as a magnificent...1990-09-21Sheena EastonSheila E.Sheena Easton, Sheila E.
Genre: Documentary; Starring: Prince, Sheena Easton, Sheila E.; Director: Albert Magnoli, Prince
Posted September 21 1990 — 12:00 AM EDT
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