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Thread started 11/06/11 11:17pm

uuhson

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Peach from the sacrifice of victor

Just saw this for the first time, my lord it is really some next level shit. someone told me the rest of the video isnt that good, is this true? also do you guys have any suggestions for similar performances?

Bogey and Bacall, peanut butter and jelly, Wall being on fucking point, is "classic" dipshit. An iphone is top shelf technology. Get it straight. This thing is 4g. -Wall the great
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Reply #1 posted 11/07/11 2:05am

jasontate

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uuhson said:

Just saw this for the first time, my lord it is really some next level shit. someone told me the rest of the video isnt that good, is this true? also do you guys have any suggestions for similar performances?

Hi!

I've had this one on VHS since it first came out and I really like it. The Staples were great at that show and it's probably my favourite version of The Ride too. Tony M was shite though. Always fast forwarded the game boyzzzzzzz.

You can find that version of the ride on t'internet which is definitely worth a look.

Worth seeking out.

JT

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Reply #2 posted 11/07/11 2:23am

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alrighty, ill dl the whole thing and take a gander

Bogey and Bacall, peanut butter and jelly, Wall being on fucking point, is "classic" dipshit. An iphone is top shelf technology. Get it straight. This thing is 4g. -Wall the great
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Reply #3 posted 11/07/11 8:20am

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great version of The Ride. The premiere of that song, I believe.

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Reply #4 posted 11/07/11 9:20am

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i was at the show, it was packed way beyond capacity, sweat was literally dripping off the ceiling. not enough prince, far too much gameboyz n steeles. compared to his 88 aftershows i thought it was shit!

[Edited 11/7/11 15:30pm]

don't play me...i'm over 30 and i DO smoke weed....
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Reply #5 posted 11/07/11 12:18pm

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This aftershow is brilliant! Many highlights on this one. Indeed the best version of the ride. The steeles on fire. Hell, I even enjoyed Call the law with P blazing a ferocious solo. P was in a very playfull mood that night, so yes. Excellent show, luckily it was officially released!

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Reply #6 posted 11/07/11 6:03pm

DarylB

robertgeorgeakabob said:

i was at the show, it was packed way beyond capacity, sweat was literally dripping off the ceiling. not enough prince, far too much gameboyz n steeles. compared to his 88 aftershows i thought it was shit!

[Edited 11/7/11 15:30pm]

Hello there,

I just read that you attended this particular Prince aftershow.Even though the video was short but great playing from the guys,nonetheless.Do you remember the other songs Prince and the band played and how many hours did they play?Inquiring minds want to know!Thank You!

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Reply #7 posted 11/07/11 6:43pm

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Robertgeaorgeakabob is spot on! It was a sauna in there! Crushed like sardines! Waited ages 4 prince 2 come on. It was painfull!!! When he did come onstage it was obvous he wasnt in a good mood...I do remember he started with 'jailhouse rock!! & that he turned his back on the audience alot that night or hung back & let the others do their thing upfront. Mavis & the steeles were great, tony m horrendus 'rapping'
"We just let people talk & say whatever they want 2 say. 9 times out of 10, trust me, what's out there now, I wouldn't give nary one of these folks the time of day. That's why I don't say anything back, because there's so much that's wrong" - P, Dec '15
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Reply #8 posted 11/08/11 4:55am

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DarylB said:

robertgeorgeakabob said:

i was at the show, it was packed way beyond capacity, sweat was literally dripping off the ceiling. not enough prince, far too much gameboyz n steeles. compared to his 88 aftershows i thought it was shit!

[Edited 11/7/11 15:30pm]

Hello there,

I just read that you attended this particular Prince aftershow.Even though the video was short but great playing from the guys,nonetheless.Do you remember the other songs Prince and the band played and how many hours did they play?Inquiring minds want to know!Thank You!

my memory is a bit vague but as ninab said it was late when he came on, maybe 3am. there was alot of tension in the place as people started rumours he wasn't showing up. i remember jailhouse rock, honky tonk women, poorgoo(?), the ride. the 1st half of the show was very laid back blues. don't remember much of what tony m and steeles played apart from call the law. he ended with peach. havent seen this show since days of vhs so i'm sure others can tell u playlist better smile

don't play me...i'm over 30 and i DO smoke weed....
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Reply #9 posted 11/08/11 8:33am

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His performance of Peach at the Conga Room in 2009 was kick ass!

Pissed off or not! Someone always gotta ruin the mood. He wasnt crazy about the lady next to us taking his pic

Say it's just a dream...
U open up ur eyes and come 2 realize
u simply imagined this
So u lean over and give her a kiss
Here on earth, here on earth,
with u it's not so bad
Here on earth, here on earth
eye don't feel so sad
Stay right here
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Reply #10 posted 11/08/11 9:29am

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the show was after the last night of the act 2 tour, so peach to me is his kiss-off to prince before the name change shenaningans. i've never really classed the bagley's show as a real aftershow. it didn't feel impromptu like earlier shows. tickets were really easy to get, there was even a box office. much more organised than his nightclub appearances, bagley's was a disused shed behind kings cross station, i remember there being fire-eaters and folk juggling on stilts as i entered and signs everywhere stating the show was being filmed.

don't play me...i'm over 30 and i DO smoke weed....
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Reply #11 posted 11/08/11 2:58pm

Sander

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I'm amazed at the reviews of the people who were there. What I saw on video and hear from the entire show, I am blown away. How could the people there experience a crap show?

Also, this was post name change and he started with the Ride:

http://princevault.com/index.php/08_September,_1993-am

Checking that setlist, from Johnny to House in order to Come. I never imagined Prince listening to Jeveta Steele's amazing rendition of Calling you. Oh man, this was a great night and a very good show!

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Reply #12 posted 11/08/11 3:13pm

motherfunka

DarylB said:

robertgeorgeakabob said:

i was at the show, it was packed way beyond capacity, sweat was literally dripping off the ceiling. not enough prince, far too much gameboyz n steeles. compared to his 88 aftershows i thought it was shit!

[Edited 11/7/11 15:30pm]

Hello there,

I just read that you attended this particular Prince aftershow.Even though the video was short but great playing from the guys,nonetheless.Do you remember the other songs Prince and the band played and how many hours did they play?Inquiring minds want to know!Thank You!

Set List - Approximately 90 minutes

The Ride

Poor Goo

Honky Tonk Woman

Bambi

Jailhouse Rock

The Undertaker

I'll Take You There

Well Done

Calling You

Soldier In The Army Of The Lord

Heart In My Hand

Love (Got A Hold On Me)

In The Mood

Deuce And A Quarter

Call The Law

Johnny

House In Order

Come

Endorphine Machine

Peach

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Reply #13 posted 11/09/11 4:34am

robertgeorgeak
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Sander said:

I'm amazed at the reviews of the people who were there. What I saw on video and hear from the entire show, I am blown away. How could the people there experience a crap show?

Also, this was post name change and he started with the Ride:

http://princevault.com/index.php/08_September,_1993-am

Checking that setlist, from Johnny to House in order to Come. I never imagined Prince listening to Jeveta Steele's amazing rendition of Calling you. Oh man, this was a great night and a very good show!

i said it was shit in comparison to the lovesexy aftershows, and in my opinion it was. i still enjoyed it though. same could be said of his music generally. i like the symbol album but its not a patch on lovesexy!

don't play me...i'm over 30 and i DO smoke weed....
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Reply #14 posted 11/09/11 9:17am

jasontate

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motherfunka said:

DarylB said:

Hello there,

I just read that you attended this particular Prince aftershow.Even though the video was short but great playing from the guys,nonetheless.Do you remember the other songs Prince and the band played and how many hours did they play?Inquiring minds want to know!Thank You!

Set List - Approximately 90 minutes

The Ride

Poor Goo

Honky Tonk Woman

Bambi

Jailhouse Rock

The Undertaker

I'll Take You There

Well Done

Calling You

Soldier In The Army Of The Lord

Heart In My Hand

Love (Got A Hold On Me)

In The Mood

Deuce And A Quarter

Call The Law

Johnny

House In Order

Come

Endorphine Machine

Peach

Are you sure? I can't remember some of those pups?

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Reply #15 posted 11/09/11 11:47am

motherfunka

jasontate said:

motherfunka said:

Set List - Approximately 90 minutes

The Ride

Poor Goo

Honky Tonk Woman

Bambi

Jailhouse Rock

The Undertaker

I'll Take You There

Well Done

Calling You

Soldier In The Army Of The Lord

Heart In My Hand

Love (Got A Hold On Me)

In The Mood

Deuce And A Quarter

Call The Law

Johnny

House In Order

Come

Endorphine Machine

Peach

Are you sure? I can't remember some of those pups?

Sure. The released VHS tape was not the entire show.

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Reply #16 posted 11/09/11 1:37pm

jasontate

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motherfunka said:

jasontate said:

Are you sure? I can't remember some of those pups?

Sure. The released VHS tape was not the entire show.

No, I know, but I can't remember Endorhpinmachine back then.

I do think he was at his best in some of the 90's aftershows, he seemed angry and tired and that always made for a great powerful show. I loved the aftershow at the hippodrome on the Jam of the Year tour when he ditched one of the engineers 10 minutes in. Plus, he did that all with baby blue hair clips in without looking odd. Genius ; )

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Reply #17 posted 11/09/11 4:27pm

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Sander said:

I'm amazed at the reviews of the people who were there. What I saw on video and hear from the entire show, I am blown away. How could the people there experience a crap show?

Also, this was post name change and he started with the Ride:

http://princevault.com/index.php/08_September,_1993-am

Checking that setlist, from Johnny to House in order to Come. I never imagined Prince listening to Jeveta Steele's amazing rendition of Calling you. Oh man, this was a great night and a very good show!

I was there, and it was a great show... However (and this is why most people didn't like it), Prince gave over more than half of the set to highlight other artists. Prince himself only fronted the band for the first 5 songs and the closing 3. The rest of the show he spent in the background as a band member while Mavis Staples, The Steeles and the NPG took lead voal duties. The show was really split into a series of short sets highlighting each artist. Everyone was expecting a "Prince"/"prince" show, and what they got was an NPG Records Artists revue.

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Reply #18 posted 11/09/11 7:22pm

DarylB

jasontate said:

motherfunka said:

Set List - Approximately 90 minutes

The Ride

Poor Goo

Honky Tonk Woman

Bambi

Jailhouse Rock

The Undertaker

I'll Take You There

Well Done

Calling You

Soldier In The Army Of The Lord

Heart In My Hand

Love (Got A Hold On Me)

In The Mood

Deuce And A Quarter

Call The Law

Johnny

House In Order

Come

Endorphine Machine

Peach

Are you sure? I can't remember some of those pups?

Thank You for the setlist!

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Reply #19 posted 11/10/11 4:38am

robertgeorgeak
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BorisFishpaw said:

Sander said:

I'm amazed at the reviews of the people who were there. What I saw on video and hear from the entire show, I am blown away. How could the people there experience a crap show?

Also, this was post name change and he started with the Ride:

http://princevault.com/index.php/08_September,_1993-am

Checking that setlist, from Johnny to House in order to Come. I never imagined Prince listening to Jeveta Steele's amazing rendition of Calling you. Oh man, this was a great night and a very good show!

I was there, and it was a great show... However (and this is why most people didn't like it), Prince gave over more than half of the set to highlight other artists. Prince himself only fronted the band for the first 5 songs and the closing 3. The rest of the show he spent in the background as a band member while Mavis Staples, The Steeles and the NPG took lead voal duties. The show was really split into a series of short sets highlighting each artist. Everyone was expecting a "Prince"/"prince" show, and what they got was an NPG Records Artists revue.

my thoughts exactly!! i could have listened to prince play blues all night. your last sentence says it perfectly mate smile

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Reply #20 posted 11/12/11 1:41am

TheBigSky

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alrighty, ill dl the whole thing and take a gander

I would recommend that you seek the title The Sacrifice Of The Undertaker on the Ladybird label.

It contains The Undertaker video and The Sacrifice Of Victor on the one dvd. Both have been ripped from laserdisc so the picture quality is A+, despite having to turn the volume of your tv/pc up slightly, it really is a great release and is (imo) probably the best quality version of these videos in circulation.

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Reply #21 posted 11/12/11 5:16pm

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It just goes 2 show memory can play tricks - 4 some reason I allways thought he started with jailhouse rock!!! My issue with that night was not the set list or mavis & the steeles performing (as I love mavis & apprieciate her & the steeles talent etc) my main prob was standing/waiting 4 hrs whilst being badly crushed/in pain in a sauna. I was shocked when I watched the vidoe later that you couldnt see how bad it was in there. The security was re-selling tickets outside I found out later,people were dropping in there & being carried out.
"We just let people talk & say whatever they want 2 say. 9 times out of 10, trust me, what's out there now, I wouldn't give nary one of these folks the time of day. That's why I don't say anything back, because there's so much that's wrong" - P, Dec '15
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Reply #22 posted 11/12/11 5:21pm

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A friend of mine completely hit the nail on the head recently when he said 'the people who say how great that night was were'nt there'
"We just let people talk & say whatever they want 2 say. 9 times out of 10, trust me, what's out there now, I wouldn't give nary one of these folks the time of day. That's why I don't say anything back, because there's so much that's wrong" - P, Dec '15
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Reply #23 posted 11/13/11 5:20am

robertgeorgeak
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NinaB said:

A friend of mine completely hit the nail on the head recently when he said 'the people who say how great that night was were'nt there'

my favourite memory of the night is after prince played and most people went home, dancing to sign o the times on a deserted dancefloor with a much-needed pint in my hand.

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Reply #24 posted 11/14/11 8:12am

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^ ^ ^ clapping giggle
"We just let people talk & say whatever they want 2 say. 9 times out of 10, trust me, what's out there now, I wouldn't give nary one of these folks the time of day. That's why I don't say anything back, because there's so much that's wrong" - P, Dec '15
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