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Thread started 04/26/18 12:08pm

leerix

Albums, books and dvds found at Paisley

Albums, books and dvds found at Paisley

I'll be adding and updating the list with your collaboration. I can't add photos, because I don't know how, but if you add them, I'm more than welcome. Feel free to correct me. Thank you!

Here's my starting list.

ALBUMS:

- 2046 ost

- Bitches Brew - Miles Davis

-Blue Train - John Coltrane

- Cloudbusting- Kate Bush single (?) *

- Elvis vinyl (?) *

-Heavy Weather – Weather Report *

-Hejira- Joni Mitchell

- Innervisions- Stevie Wonder *

-James Brown at the Apollo*

- Mojo presents: Stoned*

- Leva-me Aos Fados – Ana Moura*

- Rainbow Bridge - Jimi Hendrix

- Raise Up- Larry Graham*

-Santana III – Santana

- Schools in- Maceo Parker (?)*

- Solid Gold Soul (?) *

- Songs in the Key of Life – Stevie Wonder *

- The Basement Tapes – Bob Dylan*

- The Best of Missing Persons- Missing Persons

- To Pimp a Butterfly – Kendrik Lamar *

his own:

- For You *

- Lotus Flower

-New Power Soul

- Prince and the NPG Live 2002

- The Beautiful Experience *

BOOKS:

-2001 yearbook of Jehova's Witnesses

- 2004 Recording Industry Sourcebook *

- Afrikan Matriarchal Foundations

- Bible -New World Traslation – various copies around the house *

- Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America [Jossef Bodansky, Nadia May]

- California – Gallery Books*

- Can Man Live without God - Ravi Zacharias

- Chariots of the Gods - Erich von Däniken

-Egypt: Gods, Myths and Religion- Lucia Gahlin

- Everybody's guide to the Law - Melvin Belli

- Forced into Glory: Abraham Lincoln's White Dream - Lerone Bennett, Jr

- Guide to Motion Picture, Broadcasting, Recorded Sound – Alan Gevinson *

- Imponderables- David Feldman

-In Praise of Black Women- Schwarz- Bart*

- Inside the Music - Dimitri Ehrlich *

- Intellectuals and Society – Thomas Sowell *

-Maat: The Moral Idea in Ancient Egypt - Maulana Karenga *

- Metamorphosis -Serge Normant

- Naked Pictures of Famous People- Jon Stewart *

- On love and other difficulties - Rilke (found beside the bed on the green bedroom)

- Oxford Dictionary of the Bible *

- Pharaohs of the Sun- Rita E. Freed, Yvonne J. Markowitz *

- Pousadas de Portugal

- Technopoly -Neil Postman

-The Complete Rhyming Dictionary - edited by Clement Wood

- The New Strong's Expanded Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible - James Strong

- The Lincoln-Douglas Debates – Audio book *

-There Goes Gravity- Lisa Robinson *

-The Secret Teaching of All Ages – Manly P. Hall *

- They lived before Adam- Catherine Acholonu *

- What I Know for Sure – Tavis Smiley *

- Women, Race and Class - Angela Davis

DVDS - FILMs, documentaries....

-2010 The Year We make Contact

- A League of their Own

- A Place in the Sun*

-Barbarella

-Bend it like Beckham

-Bowfinger. The Con is On *

- Cabaret

- Dangerous Liaisons *

- Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

-Dumb and dumber

- Duplicity

- El cantante

-Fellini collection

- For All Mankind

- Gone With the Wind

- Heartbreakers

- Hidden Colors 2

- Ice Age (Number?)

- It's a Wonderful Life

- La Dolce Vita*

- L'avventura

- Lola (?)

- Memories of a Geisha

- Nutty Professor (number?) *

- Out of Africa

- Pillow Talk-

- Planet Earth (Series)

- Pursue Goals that Honor God – Watchtower film *

- Rain (VC Andrew's)

- Ray *

-Serenity *

- Some Like it Hot (2 copies) *

- Someone to eat cheese with

- Steel Magnolias*

- The Game

- The Good Shepherd

- The Goodbye Girl *

- The Graduate *

- The Painted Veil

- The Philadelphia Story

- The sound of music

-The Twilight Zone

- The Way we Were

- The Wizard of Oz

- The Village

- Turtles Can Fly

- WC Fields Collection

- Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins *

- What the Bleep? Down the rabbit hole

DVDS – Musical

- Average White Band – Live at Motreux *

- Duke Ellington (?)*

- Help- Beatles

- Hendrix (?)*

- Live at Montreux 1986: Anita Baker and George Duke*

- Live at Montreux 1993: Al Green*

- Live at Montreux: Curtis Mayfield*

- Live at Montreux: Earth, Wind and Fire *

- No Direction Home: Bob Dylan*

- Rhythm, Love and Soul *

- The Art of Rap *

- The Best of Soul Train collection*

- The Dick Cavet Show – Rock Icons *

- Tina Turner (?)*

- Woodstock *

Last additions to the list have a *

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Reply #1 posted 04/26/18 1:37pm

dance4me3121

most the movies you named I havent ever heard of but its cool to know he liked "Dumb and Dumber".That movie is hilarious.Thanks for posting

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Reply #2 posted 04/26/18 1:47pm

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I love he liked Ice Age nod But Twilight? disbelief Oh, Princey...

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Reply #3 posted 04/26/18 1:49pm

ThatWhiteDude

FullLipsDotNose said:

I love he liked Ice Age nod But Twilight? disbelief Oh, Princey...


I didn't see Twilight and now here's your comment eek
"Like books and BLACK LIVES, Albums still MATTER."
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Reply #4 posted 04/26/18 3:02pm

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there's a cdr with a handwritten tracklist for "the truth" in the downstairs room with the big hairdryers. also a cdr of NPGQ labelled as '6 songs'. both are on the floor.

there's an actual cd (as in stores) of "for you" on the headboard bit of the bed in the black
bedroom iirc. could be some other room.


and true love lives on lollipops and crisps
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Reply #5 posted 04/26/18 3:06pm

IstenSzek

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leerix said:

- On love and other difficulties - Rilke (found beside the bed on the green bedroom)


love love love love love love

and true love lives on lollipops and crisps
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Reply #6 posted 04/26/18 3:20pm

pricetag

Nicely eclectic movie tastes. But his book choices look depressingly iffy. They're wacky, underground bunker, conspiracy, maniacal drawing books. Stuff that would definitely NOT get a man laid.

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Reply #7 posted 04/26/18 3:35pm

kmama07

pricetag said:

Nicely eclectic movie tastes. But his book choices look depressingly iffy. They're wacky, underground bunker, conspiracy, maniacal drawing books. Stuff that would definitely NOT get a man laid.


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Reply #8 posted 04/26/18 4:31pm

rogifan

Was curious about Can Man Live Without God. Here’s what it says on Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Ca...0849945283

In this brilliant and compelling defense of the Christian faith, Ravi Zacharias shows how affirming the reality of God's existence matters urgently in our everyday lives. According to Zacharias, how you answer the questions of God's existence will impact your relationship with others, your commitment to integrity, your attitude toward morality, and your perception of truth.
Paisley Park is in your heart
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Reply #9 posted 04/26/18 4:37pm

partyup77

I saw the For You CD on the headboard in the bedroom near the soundstage (bedroom with the huge sun on the carpet). ALSO there is a copy of It Ain't Over in that pile of mess in the garage -- and looks like a pressed copy of CNOTE in one of the offices.

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Reply #10 posted 04/26/18 5:25pm

PeteSilas

i heard one of the most obvious things was a vhs of elvis' 68 special, i always claimed that he was a huge elvis fan although most people couldn't see it.

leerix said:

I'll be adding and updating the list with your collaboration. I can't add photos, because I don't know how, but if you add them, I'm more than welcome. Feel free to correct me. Thank you!

Here's my starting list.

ALBUMS:

- 2046 ost

- Bitches Brew - Miles Davis

-Blue Train - John Coltrane

-Hejira- Joni Mitchell

- Rainbow Bridge - Jimi Hendrix

-Santana III - Santana

- The Best of Missing Persons- Missing Persons

his own: -NPS

- Lotus Flower

BOOKS:

-2001 yearbook of Jehova's Witnesses

- Afrikan Matriarchal Foundations

- Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America [Jossef Bodansky, Nadia May]

- Can Man Live without God - Ravi Zacharias

- Chariots of the Gods - Erich von Däniken

- Everybody's guide to the Law - Melvin Belli

- Forced into Glory: Abraham Lincoln's White Dream - Lerone Bennett, Jr

- Imponderables- David Feldman

- Jon Stewart book (?)

- Metamorphosis -Serge Normant

- On love and other difficulties - Rilke (found beside the bed on the green bedroom)

- Pousadas de Portugal

- Technopoly -Neil Postman

- The New Strong's Expanded Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible - James Strong

- The Complete Rhyming Dictionary - edited by Clement Wood

- Women, Race and Class - Angela Davis

DVDS - FILMs, documentaries....

-2010 The Year We make Contact

- A League of their Own

-Barbarella

-Bend it like Beckham

- Cabaret

- Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

-Dumb and dumber

- Duplicity

- El cantante

-Fellini collection

- For All Mankind

- Gone With the Wind

- Hidden Colors 2

- Ice Age (Number?)

- It's a Wonderful Life

- L'avventura

- Lola (?)

- Memories of a Geisha

- Out of Africa

- Pillow Talk

- Planet Earth (Series)

- Rain (VC Andrew's)

-Serenity (?)

- Some Like it Hot

- Someone to eat cheese with

- The Game

- The Good Shepherd

- The Painted Veil

- The Philadelphia Story

- The sound of music

-The Twilight Zone

- The Way we Were

- The Village

- Turtles Can Fly

- WC Fields Collection

- What the Bleep? Down the rabbit hole

DVDS - Musical

- Help- Beatles

- Soul Train collection

(I've seen many more, but I'm tired of writing for now.... I'll keep updating later on)

Thanks for your collaboration!! smile

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Reply #11 posted 04/26/18 5:32pm

PeteSilas

FullLipsDotNose said:

I love he liked Ice Age nod But Twilight? disbelief Oh, Princey...

i would have never thought i would have liked twilight but i found myself reliving the feelings i had as an innocent teen, which is saying a lot. I enjoyed it.

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Reply #12 posted 04/26/18 5:52pm

dance4me3121

FullLipsDotNose said:

I love he liked Ice Age nod But Twilight? disbelief Oh, Princey...

The Twilight Zone is a good show..now if he had the Twilight films about the vampires that walk around in the day time without burning,then i would be dissapointed

twilight zone and twilight movies arent related

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Reply #13 posted 04/26/18 6:03pm

alandail

FullLipsDotNose said:

I love he liked Ice Age nod But Twilight? disbelief Oh, Princey...

Not Twiligiht, The Twilight Zone, something completely different and vastly superior.

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Reply #14 posted 04/26/18 6:33pm

IstenSzek

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PeteSilas said:

i heard one of the most obvious things was a vhs of elvis' 68 special, i always claimed that he was a huge elvis fan although most people couldn't see it.

iirc there is also an inner sleeve of an elvis vinyl lying on the floor, behind the other albums
propped up against the record player in the white bedroom.

and true love lives on lollipops and crisps
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Reply #15 posted 04/26/18 6:42pm

jdcxc

The Angela Davis book is a cool, interesting choice.

And Bennett’s Abraham Lincoln book- good reference for “Avalance.”
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Reply #16 posted 04/26/18 7:45pm

callimnate

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PeteSilas said:

i heard one of the most obvious things was a vhs of elvis' 68 special, i always claimed that he was a huge elvis fan although most people couldn't see it.


P was a musician and a performer. Of course he would've appreciated Elvis.

I dont like Elvis that much but even I have greatest Hits CD's and Live performances, for musical educational purposes. wink
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Reply #17 posted 04/26/18 8:33pm

PeteSilas

IstenSzek said:

PeteSilas said:

i heard one of the most obvious things was a vhs of elvis' 68 special, i always claimed that he was a huge elvis fan although most people couldn't see it.

iirc there is also an inner sleeve of an elvis vinyl lying on the floor, behind the other albums
propped up against the record player in the white bedroom.

is that right, wonder which album. one of his managers said he did the best elvis of anyone he'd ever heard, i could see it, he did it at times on albums too, temptation, delirious,purple rain and many more but no one seemed to notice because of the racial disparity, they'd compare him to jimi or sly in a heartbeat but not elvis. fact was, he was one of the great rock historians, assimilating so many great artists into what i always thought was his most florid period, the purple rain era.

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Reply #18 posted 04/26/18 11:07pm

leerix

He covered Jailhouse Rock, Love me tender, All shook up & (Let me be your) teddy bear...

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Reply #19 posted 04/27/18 12:08am

Vannormal

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dance4me3121 said:

most the movies you named I havent ever heard of but its cool to know he liked "Dumb and Dumber".That movie is hilarious.Thanks for posting

It's actually the worst film of the the list.

Should try the other (great) (art) films.

Almost seen them all.

Who would've thought that our little purple one would love these movies ? Interesting.

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Reply #20 posted 04/27/18 12:58am

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A League Of Their Own... one of my favourites!

3121... Don't U Wanna Come?
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Reply #21 posted 04/27/18 1:22am

Rebeljuice

Bend it like Beckham? A footy fan or a Keira Knightley fan?

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Reply #22 posted 04/27/18 5:12am

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He was SO well-read, and so highly intelligent.
Also, always wanting to understand love & sex more. He felt there was a connection between spirituality and sensuality. The two are not mutually exclusive, when you’re with someone else who is spiritual.

He studied both ardently.

The Sound of Musuc and other choices are some of my favorites too.
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Reply #23 posted 04/27/18 5:21am

Marco81

A CD-R copy of his own unreleased album Welcome 2 America (marked as Welcome 2 America - NPG) is also on one of his desks...

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Reply #24 posted 04/27/18 5:26am

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leerix said:

- The Complete Rhyming Dictionary - edited by Clement Wood

lol lol lol

I love the idea of him thumbing through this, "what does rhyme with East of Harlem?"

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Reply #25 posted 04/27/18 5:50am

FullLipsDotNos
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jaawwnn said:

leerix said:

- The Complete Rhyming Dictionary - edited by Clement Wood

lol lol lol

I love the idea of him thumbing through this, "what does rhyme with East of Harlem?"

biggrin biggrin biggrin

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Reply #26 posted 04/27/18 6:01am

IstenSzek

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Marco81 said:

A CD-R copy of his own unreleased album Welcome 2 America (marked as Welcome 2 America - NPG) is also on one of his desks...


eek drool



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Reply #27 posted 04/27/18 6:28am

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leerix said:

He covered Jailhouse Rock, Love me tender, All shook up & (Let me be your) teddy bear...



"but no one seemed to notice because of the racial disparity....."

lol
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Reply #28 posted 04/27/18 7:04am

sfinky1

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I find it curious that he was reading/read a book about Osama bin Laden, he never professed to have much interest in politics, didn't vote, never commented on 9/11... Just seems a curious choice and like it really sticks out among all the other titles
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Reply #29 posted 04/27/18 7:18am

XxAxX

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FullLipsDotNose said:

I love he liked Ice Age nod But Twilight? disbelief Oh, Princey...



falloff The Twilight Zone lol lol lol

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