The A Side:
Cookie Crumbles (Remix) 6:26
Cookie Crumbles (Remix/Edit) 4:04
The B Side:
Higher Than High (U.K. Remix) 6:40
Forever More (Edit) 4:05
From The Rhythm and the Blues column by Janine McAdams in Billboard magazine on July 18, 1992:
FOND FAREWELL: I was saddened to hear of the death of Paisley Park recording artist Tony LeMans. He was 29. LeMans was driving home to Malibu, Calif., at about 6 a.m. June 24 after a night of recording demos for his second album and then hanging out. He crashed his 1982 red Porsche 911 on the Pacific Coast Highway. It is believed he fell asleep at the wheel. You may not remember Tony. He had one little-known, self-titled album on Warner Bros. Records in 1989 that sank like a stone but also sank major hooks in me, so much that I put the album in my top-10 list for the year. It was funky, it was thoughtful, it was rock-influenced, it was imaginative, and it was sly (Sly Stone-ish, too). I met him in person maybe twice, and we talked on the phone. This guy had real talent, he was a poet and a musician (and something of a character) who was coming into his own after being seen, wrongly, as a cut-rate Prince. And before his star could rise, it fell from the sky.
Label: Paisley Park Records
Format: Vinyl, 12″, 33 1/3 RPM
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