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  •  Sometimes It Snows In April - Condition Of The Heart
    Sometimes It Snows In April - Condition Of The Heart Opera house @320\Prince - Opera House (Sydney 20.02.2016)
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  • Horny Toad
    Horny Toad Horny Toad was released as the b-side of the single Delirious, the fourth single to be released from Prince's fifth album 1999, while in the UK, it was released as the b-side of the single Little Red Corvette, the album's second single. In 1993, it was included as the fifth track on The B-Sides compilation (included as the third and final disc on The Hits / The B-Sides). While specific recording dates for Horny Toad are not known, initial tracking took place in Spring-Summer 1982 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio, Chanhassen, MN, USA. References The Vault: The Definitive Guide to the Musical World of Prince (2004)
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  • He's So Dull (Long Version)
    He's So Dull (Long Version) He's So Dull is the fourth track on Vanity 6's first and only album Vanity 6, and, in some territories the track was also included on the 12" version of Nasty Girl, the album's first single. Five and a half months after the album's release, He's So Dull was released as the album's third single. The track was written and produced by Dez Dickerson, and features Prince as a musician only (unlike the rest of the album, which was written and produced by Prince). While specific recording dates are unknown, initial tracking took place in late March, 1982 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio in Chanhassen, MN, USA (during the same set of sessions that produced Nasty Girl and Bite The Beat)./ References The Vault: The Definitive Guide to the Musical World of Prince (2004)
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  • Prince - For You -  Baby
    Prince - For You - Baby Baby is the sixth track on on Prince's first album For You. In 1980, it was included as the b-side of Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?, the second single from Prince's second album Prince. An early version of the song was recorded in Summer 1976 at Moonsound, Minneapolis, MN, USA (during the same set of sessions as Aces, Diamond Eyes, Don't Forget, Don't Hold Back, Fantasy, I'm Yours, Jelly Jam (which was later used as the instrumental portion of Just As Long As We're Together), Leaving For New York, Love Is Forever (later renamed My Love Is Forever), Make It Through The Storm, Since We've Been Together, Surprise and Soft And Wet). The early version was included as the first track on Prince's 1976 demo tape he took to various record companies in New York, NY, USA. Two more versions were recorded in 1976-1977 at Sound 80, Minneapolis, MN, USA, prior to Prince signing a contract or beginning work on his first album. An ensemble of musicians from a Minneapolis radio station, The WAYL Orchestra, was brought in to add strings to the song, but Prince didn’t like the end result, preferring synthetic strings instead. Specific recording dates for the album version of song are not known, but the album was recorded at the Record Plant, Sausalito, CA, USA, from 1 October 1977 to 22 December 1977, before overdubs and mixing took place, in early January 1978 at Sound Labs, Los Angeles, CA, USA. References The Vault: The Definitive Guide to the Musical World of Prince (2004)
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  • Prince - For You -  - Just As Long As We're Together
    Prince - For You - - Just As Long As We're Together "Just as Long as We're Together" was Prince's second single released from his 1978 debut album For You.[1] The coda in the song is actually an instrumental track originally called "Jelly Jam" that was added to the main track, and modified over time to blend into it. The B-side of the track was the album track, "In Love". The single peaked at #91 on the R&B charts and did not enter the pop charts.
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  • When We're Dancing Close-And Slow Rehearsal
    When We're Dancing Close-And Slow Rehearsal Outtakes 1976-1991 From the 1984 Tour Rehearsals
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  • Pink Cashmere - Original Version Gino.Vanne... 00:06:04 1.5 K 0 Downloads 0 Comments
  • Electric Chair Original Version
    Electric Chair Original Version Outtakes 1976-1991
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  • The Time - Girl
    The Time - Girl "Girl" was the final single released from The Time's debut album. Like most of the album, the song was recorded in Prince's home studio in April 1981, and was produced, arranged, composed and performed by Prince with Morris Day later adding his lead vocals. The single reached number 49 on the U.S. R&B singles chart. The tender ballad is built around the piano and synthesizers and features live drumming and bass. The emotional lyrics delivered by Day tell of a difficult breakup and that he is still in love with the song's subject. Prince's backing vocals are unmistakable, especially in the chorus. The U.S. 7" single was backed with an edit of album track, "The Stick", a funky number which was written by Revolution member Lisa Coleman (uncredited), who also provided background vocals. Another uncredited Revolution member was Doctor Fink, who provided synthesizer solos for the track. A 12" single was not released. Though not one of their biggest hits, "Girl" is often played in concert and a live version of the song recorded at the House of Blues in 1998 and was included on Morris Day's 2004 album, It's About Time. Prince wrote a completely different song entitled "Girl" in 1985, which became the B-side of the "America" single in the U.S. and the B-side of "Pop Life" in Europe (both released in 1985).
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  • Crazy You
    Crazy You Crazy You is the fourth track on on Prince's first album For You. In 1980, it was included as the b-side of Uptown, the first single from Prince's third album Dirty Mind. Recording dates for the song are not known, but the album was recorded at the Record Plant, Sausalito, CA, USA, from 1 October 1977 to 22 December 1977, before overdubs and mixing took place, in early January 1978 at Sound Labs, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
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