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Thread started 08/29/11 8:23am

Lordy

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Undiscovered gems

Don't you just love it when you stumble upon a Prince gem? Just recently got my hands on a copy of an excellent live recording - "7/6/84 Birthday Show - From the Soundboard" and got to hear "Noon Rendez-vous" for the first time. How gorgeous is that recording? Made me realise how much I miss Lisas' melancholic synths too. Oh and the guitaring on the ridiculously funky "Erotic City"!! Wicked.

Anybody else stumble upon a gem recently?

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Reply #1 posted 08/29/11 8:54am

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Lordy said:

Don't you just love it when you stumble upon a Prince gem? Just recently got my hands on a copy of an excellent live recording - "7/6/84 Birthday Show - From the Soundboard" and got to hear "Noon Rendez-vous" for the first time. How gorgeous is that recording? Made me realise how much I miss Lisas' melancholic synths too. Oh and the guitaring on the ridiculously funky "Erotic City"!! Wicked.

Anybody else stumble upon a gem recently?

I dig the guitar intro to Erotic City on this recording.

The Revolution was better
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Reply #2 posted 08/29/11 11:15am

Lordy

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frazetta said:

Lordy said:

Don't you just love it when you stumble upon a Prince gem? Just recently got my hands on a copy of an excellent live recording - "7/6/84 Birthday Show - From the Soundboard" and got to hear "Noon Rendez-vous" for the first time. How gorgeous is that recording? Made me realise how much I miss Lisas' melancholic synths too. Oh and the guitaring on the ridiculously funky "Erotic City"!! Wicked.

Anybody else stumble upon a gem recently?

I dig the guitar intro to Erotic City on this recording.

Totally.

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Reply #3 posted 08/29/11 1:39pm

Javi

Lordy said:

Don't you just love it when you stumble upon a Prince gem? Just recently got my hands on a copy of an excellent live recording - "7/6/84 Birthday Show - From the Soundboard" and got to hear "Noon Rendez-vous" for the first time. How gorgeous is that recording? Made me realise how much I miss Lisas' melancholic synths too. Oh and the guitaring on the ridiculously funky "Erotic City"!! Wicked.

Anybody else stumble upon a gem recently?

I agree. When you're a big fan of a musician, Prince in this case, and you discover even one more brilliant tune, you just can't believe it: "he is even better than I thought!". thumbs up!

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Reply #4 posted 09/01/11 2:45am

fever

Ha, I had exactly the same experiene with "Noon Rendevouz", and that boot.

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