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soladeo1

An Effort to Guesstimate the Amount of Unreleased Material from 1977-1988...

Purple Nation -

Just for the sake of giggles and snorts here is an estimate of the number of unreleased items that might be in The Vault, being as conservative as possible using sources that are well-known and generally held in high regard by the community (thevault.com, Tudahl, etc.):

1977-1978:

26 unrelased studio songs

2 Capri showcase concerts

2 Capri showcase soundchecks

Prince Era:

9 unreleased studio The Rebels Sessions songs

2 other unreleased studio songs

16 1979 Prince Tour concerts show

16 1979 Prince Tour soundchecks

42 Rick James supporting act shows

42 Rick James supporting act soundchecks

Dirty Mind Era:

8 unreleased studio songs

30 DM Tour shows

30 DM Tour soundchecks

Controversy Era:

27 unreleased songs

60 Controversy Tour Concerts

60 Controversy Tour soundchecks

1999 Era:

15 unreleased songs

93 1999 Tour shows

93 1999 Tour soundchecks

Purple Rain Era:

7 unreleased studio songs

5 unrelated special concert/performances

98 Purple Rain Tour concerts

98 Purple Rain Tour soundchecks

ATWIAD Era:

6 unreleased studio songs

Parade Era:

69 unreleased studio songs

30 Parade Tour shows

30 Prade Tour soundchecks

SOTT Era:

25 unreleased studio songs

10 unrelated special concert/aftershows, etc.

34 SOTT concert chows

34 SOTT soundchecks

Lovesexy Era:

31 unreleased studio songs

77 Lovesexy Tour shows

77 Lovesexy Tour soundchecks

10 unrelated special shows/aftershows, etc.

So for 1977 through 1988 that would be...carry the one...

~1214 separate peices of music, songs, sounchecks, concerts, aftershows, etc....

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Reply #2 posted 10/18/18 8:28am

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soladeo1 said:

~1214 separate peices of music, songs, sounchecks, concerts, aftershows, etc....

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At the current rate none of those will be released anytime soon.

Unless the money keeps running out as it does, and if they realize this, then this might change.

Pills and thrills and daffodils will kill
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udo said:

soladeo1 said:

~1214 separate peices of music, songs, sounchecks, concerts, aftershows, etc....

.

At the current rate none of those will be released anytime soon.

Unless the money keeps running out as it does, and if they realize this, then this might change.



It would seem to me that the biggest market for that stuff is fans like us, and that market gets smaller every day as mortality tables kick in.

At some point in the foreseeable future, most of us will have either passed on or reached an age where we're just not going to be buying rock and roll.

I really don't understand the apparent attitude from the estate/family that "we'll release one thing a year for 100 years".

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soladeo1 said:

Purple Nation -

Just for the sake of giggles and snorts here is an estimate of the number of unreleased items that might be in The Vault, being as conservative as possible using sources that are well-known and generally held in high regard by the community (thevault.com, Tudahl, etc.):

1977-1978:

26 unrelased studio songs

2 Capri showcase concerts

2 Capri showcase soundchecks

Prince Era:

9 unreleased studio The Rebels Sessions songs

2 other unreleased studio songs

16 1979 Prince Tour concerts show

16 1979 Prince Tour soundchecks

42 Rick James supporting act shows

42 Rick James supporting act soundchecks

Dirty Mind Era:

8 unreleased studio songs

30 DM Tour shows

30 DM Tour soundchecks

Controversy Era:

27 unreleased songs

60 Controversy Tour Concerts

60 Controversy Tour soundchecks

1999 Era:

15 unreleased songs

93 1999 Tour shows

93 1999 Tour soundchecks

Purple Rain Era:

7 unreleased studio songs

5 unrelated special concert/performances

98 Purple Rain Tour concerts

98 Purple Rain Tour soundchecks

ATWIAD Era:

6 unreleased studio songs

Parade Era:

69 unreleased studio songs

30 Parade Tour shows

30 Prade Tour soundchecks

SOTT Era:

25 unreleased studio songs

10 unrelated special concert/aftershows, etc.

34 SOTT concert chows

34 SOTT soundchecks

Lovesexy Era:

31 unreleased studio songs

77 Lovesexy Tour shows

77 Lovesexy Tour soundchecks

10 unrelated special shows/aftershows, etc.

So for 1977 through 1988 that would be...carry the one...

~1214 separate peices of music, songs, sounchecks, concerts, aftershows, etc....

people can say what they want, but they know this period is the holy grail

#IDEFINEME #ALBUMSSTILLMATTER

A Liar Shall Not Tarry In My Presence

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Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
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Reply #5 posted 10/18/18 10:54am

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RodeoSchro said:



udo said:




soladeo1 said:


~1214 separate peices of music, songs, sounchecks, concerts, aftershows, etc....



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At the current rate none of those will be released anytime soon.


Unless the money keeps running out as it does, and if they realize this, then this might change.






It would seem to me that the biggest market for that stuff is fans like us, and that market gets smaller every day as mortality tables kick in.

At some point in the foreseeable future, most of us will have either passed on or reached an age where we're just not going to be buying rock and roll.

I really don't understand the apparent attitude from the estate/family that "we'll release one thing a year for 100 years".


Acts like the Stones, Macca and Dylan are all 70+ and still touring. So I don't think there will ever come a time when somebody is too old for rock & roll. But I agree that the Estate should not wait too long. Whoever thought of putting music out for the next 100 years must have thought Prince has the same reputation as Mozart or Beethoven. He hasn't. No orchestra is going to play The Dream Factory in the 22nd century- I don't even know if we humans will still exist then. So put that shit out! Now!
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1977-1978:

Leaving 4 New York

26 unrelased studio songs

2 Capri showcase concerts

2 Capri showcase soundchecks

Prince Era:

9 unreleased studio The Rebels Sessions songs

2 other unreleased studio songs

16 1979 Prince Tour concerts show

16 1979 Prince Tour soundchecks

42 Rick James supporting act shows

42 Rick James supporting act soundchecks

Dirty Mind Era:

8 unreleased studio songs

30 DM Tour shows

30 DM Tour soundchecks

Controversy Era:


Home studio, early 1981
She’s Just A Baby #1 (4:44)
Broken (3:04)
Commercial #1
Hump You
Susan

The Hookers, home studio, 1981 - Jamie Shoop & Susan Moonsie
I Need A Man #1 – lead vocal: Jamie Shoop
Wet Dream #1
Jealous Girl #1 – offered to The Bangles in 1985
Pizza
Drive Me Wild (2:32)*

Home studio, autumn-winter 1981
The Second Coming (1:58) (autumn)

27 unreleased songs

60 Controversy Tour Concerts

60 Controversy Tour soundchecks

1999 Era:

The Hookers/Vanity 6, home studio, late 1981 – early 1982
Moral Majority #1
Vagina – also the name offered to Denise Matthews when she joined The Hookers in January 1982

Home studio, early 1982
Do Yourself A Favour #2 (previously “If You See Me”) (8:41) (Pepé Willie)
Money Don’t Grow On Trees – possibly intended for The Hookers
No Call U #1 (3:02)

Vanity 6, Sunset Sound, 25 March – 9 April 1982 – album completed in May
Too Much
Let’s Pretend We’re Married (7:20)* (30/3)
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #4 (1/4)
Extra Loveable (7:06) (3/4)
If It will Make U Happy (6/4)

Home studio, 1982
Boom, Boom, Can’t U Feel The Beat Of My Heart #1
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #1
Don’t Let Him Fool Ya #1
Fox Trap
Lust U Always #1
Mink Kitty Cat #1 – intended for Vanity, tentative placing
My Baby Knows How To Love Me #1
Purple Music #1 (10:48)
Purple Music #2 (10:35) – extra guitar parts & vocal differences
U Should Be Mine (possibly instrumental) – offered to Eric Leeds in July 1989 for new Madhouse album
Yah, U Know #1
You’re My Love #1

15 unreleased songs

93 1999 Tour shows

93 1999 Tour soundchecks

Purple Rain Era:

7 unreleased studio songs

5 unrelated special concert/performances

98 Purple Rain Tour concerts

98 Purple Rain Tour soundchecks

ATWIAD Era:

6 unreleased studio songs

Parade Era:

69 unreleased studio songs

30 Parade Tour shows

30 Prade Tour soundchecks

SOTT Era:

25 unreleased studio songs

10 unrelated special concert/aftershows, etc.

34 SOTT concert chows

34 SOTT soundchecks

Lovesexy Era:

31 unreleased studio songs

77 Lovesexy Tour shows

77 Lovesexy Tour soundchecks

10 unrelated special shows/aftershows, etc.

#IDEFINEME #ALBUMSSTILLMATTER

A Liar Shall Not Tarry In My Presence

What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
Tell me, what's the m
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OldFriends4Sale said:

Everyone, cut n paste the most updated post and add something that hasn't been added yet

indicated by a color what you added

1977-1978:

Leaving 4 New York

26 unrelased studio songs

2 Capri showcase concerts

2 Capri showcase soundchecks

Prince Era:

9 unreleased studio The Rebels Sessions songs

2 other unreleased studio songs

16 1979 Prince Tour concerts show

16 1979 Prince Tour soundchecks

42 Rick James supporting act shows

42 Rick James supporting act soundchecks

Dirty Mind Era:

8 unreleased studio songs

30 DM Tour shows

30 DM Tour soundchecks

Controversy Era:


Home studio, early 1981
She’s Just A Baby #1 (4:44)
Broken (3:04)
Commercial #1
Hump You
Susan

The Hookers, home studio, 1981 - Jamie Shoop & Susan Moonsie
I Need A Man #1 – lead vocal: Jamie Shoop
Wet Dream #1
Jealous Girl #1 – offered to The Bangles in 1985
Pizza
Drive Me Wild (2:32)*

Home studio, autumn-winter 1981
The Second Coming (1:58) (autumn)

27 unreleased songs

60 Controversy Tour Concerts

60 Controversy Tour soundchecks

1999 Era:

The Hookers/Vanity 6, home studio, late 1981 – early 1982
Moral Majority #1
Vagina – also the name offered to Denise Matthews when she joined The Hookers in January 1982

Home studio, early 1982
Do Yourself A Favour #2 (previously “If You See Me”) (8:41) (Pepé Willie)
Money Don’t Grow On Trees – possibly intended for The Hookers
No Call U #1 (3:02)

Vanity 6, Sunset Sound, 25 March – 9 April 1982 – album completed in May
Too Much
Let’s Pretend We’re Married (7:20)* (30/3)
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #4 (1/4)
Extra Loveable (7:06) (3/4)
If It will Make U Happy (6/4)

Home studio, 1982
Boom, Boom, Can’t U Feel The Beat Of My Heart #1
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #1
Don’t Let Him Fool Ya #1
Fox Trap
Lust U Always #1
Mink Kitty Cat #1 – intended for Vanity, tentative placing
My Baby Knows How To Love Me #1
Purple Music #1 (10:48)
Purple Music #2 (10:35) – extra guitar parts & vocal differences
U Should Be Mine (possibly instrumental) – offered to Eric Leeds in July 1989 for new Madhouse album
Yah, U Know #1
You’re My Love #1

15 unreleased songs

93 1999 Tour shows

93 1999 Tour soundchecks

Purple Rain Era:

7 unreleased studio songs

5 unrelated special concert/performances

98 Purple Rain Tour concerts

98 Purple Rain Tour soundchecks

ATWIAD Era:

6 unreleased studio songs

Parade Era:

69 unreleased studio songs

30 Parade Tour shows

30 Prade Tour soundchecks

SOTT Era:

25 unreleased studio songs

10 unrelated special concert/aftershows, etc.

34 SOTT concert chows

34 SOTT soundchecks

Lovesexy Era:

31 unreleased studio songs

77 Lovesexy Tour shows

77 Lovesexy Tour soundchecks

10 unrelated special shows/aftershows, etc.

Great stuff!!!!! Wouldn't it be fin to learn that a totally unexpected cluster of tunes were recorded that no one knows about?? Like around 1980 during the Dirty Mind sessions he recorded a whole other album? (or two??)

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The real question is: who is going to listen to all of that? And remember, this is only the first ten years.
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Reply #9 posted 10/18/18 1:52pm

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NorthC said:

The real question is: who is going to listen to all of that? And remember, this is only the first ten years.


I would definitely buy a lot of this potential product for sure...at the right price.

For example, id pay full per song iTunes prices for a lot of the studio recordings...and for the individual concerts and sound checks I’d pay $5-10 per show, especially for the legendary ones...
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The real question is: who is going to listen to all of that? And remember, this is only the first ten years.

ME !! LOL I would get LOST in it all, as I have with all the unreleased stuff I have already

#IDEFINEME #ALBUMSSTILLMATTER

A Liar Shall Not Tarry In My Presence

What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
Tell me, what's the m
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soladeo1 said:

42 Rick James supporting act shows

42 Rick James supporting act soundchecks

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Hah, you think support acts get (extended) soundchecks.

.

Also, this 1 concert = 1 soundcheck might be technically true, but that doesn't necessarily mean all of those are interesting, or even amount to much. And aren't some of these concerts matinee performances?

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Home recordings, 1976
Sweet Thing (4:24) (Chaka Khan)

Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #1 (3:53)
I Spend My Time Loving You (7:20)
Rock Me, Lover #1 (3:51)
Improvisation (0:40)
Don’t You Wanna Ride? (5:14)
Nightingale (4:16)
Leaving For New York #1 (5:52)
Humming A Tune (0:34)
Humming A Tune Pt.2 (0:30)
Instrumental (0:37)
Instrumental Pt.2 (0:52)
Telephone conversation (0:56)
Instrumental (1:00)
Instrumental (1:00)
For You #1 (1:06)
For You #2 (0:45)
Hey, Lover (0:46)

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1977-1978:


14-track demo tape, Moonsound, Minneapolis, spring – December 1976 – no known order
Instrumental (7:25) – possibly titled Farnborough

Aces (Prince/Chris Moon)
Diamond Eyes (Prince/Chris Moon)
Don’t Forget (Prince/Chris Moon)
Don’t Hold Back (Prince/Chris Moon)
Fantasy (Prince/Chris Moon)
Love Is Forever #1 (Prince/Chris Moon)
Make It Through The Storm #1 (Prince/Chris Moon)
Piano Intro (0:40)
Soft And Wet #1 (3:22) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Surprise (Prince/Chris Moon)
Baby #1
I’m Yours #1
Jelly Jam #1 (Instrumental)
Leaving For New York #2
Since We’ve Been Together #1
For You #3 (1:19)
For You #4 (1:20)
Outro (0:13)

Sound 80, Minneapolis, 29 December 1976 – summer 1977
Baby #2 (Instrumental) (3:15)

Baby #3 (3:08)
Just As Long As We’re Together #1 (3:34)
Soft And Wet #2 (3:04) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Instrumental (3:49)
My Love Is Forever #2 (previously “Love Is Forever”) (4:03) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Make It Through The Storm #2 (2:44) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Jelly Jam #2 (Instrumental) (2:05)
In Love #1
Just As Long As We’re Together #2 (incorporates “Jelly Jam”) (5:45)
Just As Long As We’re Together #3 (5:51)
Love In The Morning
You Really Get To Me

94 East, Sound 80, Minneapolis, early 1977
- Guitar & background vocals: Prince
Fortune Teller (Hank Cosby)
10:15 (Pepé Willie)

The Lewis Conection, Moonsound, Minneapolis, 1977
- Guitar & background vocals: Prince
Got To Be Something Here* (Sonny Thompson)

Owen Husney’s rehearsal room, Minneapolis, 1977
- Keyboards: Prince, bass: André Cymone, drums: Bobby Z. Rivkin
Instrumental 1 (5:32)
Instrumental 2 (6:24)
Instrumental 3 (6:22)
Instrumental 4 (8:42)
Instrumental 5 (7:06)
Instrumental 6 (8:14)
Instrumental 7 (7:45)
Instrumental 8 (6:39)

Home recordings, 1977
Darling Marie #1
Hello, My Love
I Like What You’re Doing
Neurotic Lover’s Baby’s Bedroom

CBS Records, Village Recorders, Los Angeles, 8 April 1977
Just As Long As We’re Together #4

Sound 80, Minneapolis, June 1977
We Can Work It Out (2:58) – drums: Bobby Z.

Warner Bros., Amigo Studios, Los Angeles, summer 1977
Just As Long As We’re Together #5

For You, The Record Plant, Sausalito, 1 October – 22 December 1977
For You #5 (1:06)*
In Love #2 (3:38)*
Soft And Wet #3 (3:01)* (Prince/Chris Moon)
Crazy You (2:17)*
Just As Long As We’re Together #6 (6:24)*
Baby # 4 (3:09)*
My Love Is Forever #3 (4:09)* (Prince/Chris Moon)
So Blue (4:26)*
I’m Yours #2 (5:01)*
Make It Through The Storm #3 (Prince/Chris Moon)

Instrumental jams, The Record Plant, Sausalito, 4 November – 10 December 1977
- Guitar & keyboards: Prince, bass: André Cymone, drums: Steve Fontano
Bump This (4/11)
E-Pluribous Funk (4/11)
Shine Your Light/Red Zone (4/11)
Instrumental (5/12)
Life Is So Neat (10/12)
Waiting For You (10/12)

Sue Ann Carwell, home studio & Sound 80, summer 1978
Make It Through The Storm #4 (Prince/Chris Moon) – re-recorded and released as b-side of Let Me Let You Rock Me-single in 1981
Since We’ve Been Together #2 – copyrighted at The Library of Congress 21/8-1980
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #2


Home recordings, 1978 – 1979
Baby, Baby, Baby (2:44)
Nadeara (1:50)
K-FUNK Interview (featuring Nadeara) (7:47)
Miss You (1:53)
Donna (4:06)
Down A Long Lonely Road (1:18)
Do It Again
Gypsy
I Am You (late ’78)
I Met A Virgin Queen
I’m Leaving LA
Love Affair
Love Of Mine
Rock Me, Lover #2
Rocking Chair
We Would Like To See You Again
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #3 (5:01)
Instrumental 1 (2:14) – guitars, soft drum machine
Instrumental 2 (2:21) – guitar, fast drum machine
Instrumental 3 (0:52) – percussion
Instrumental 4 (1:11) – acoustic guitar
Instrumental 5 (1:30) – funky acoustic & bass guitars
Instrumental 6 (0:37) – funky bass guitar

26 unrelased studio songs

2 Capri showcase concerts

2 Capri showcase soundchecks

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Prince Era:

Prince, Alpha Studio, Los Angeles, late April – 13 June 1979

Oh, Baby #1

Prince, Hollywood Sound Records, Los Angeles, June 1979
Darling Marie #2

Sexy Dancer #3 (4:18)* - edit of #2
I Feel For You #3 (3:24)* - edit of #2

9 unreleased studio The Rebels Sessions songs

The Rebels, Mountain Ears Sound Studios, Boulder, Colorado, 10 – 21 July 1979
You #1 (2:53) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman

Too Long (4:09) (Dez Dickerson) – lead vocal: Dez Dickerson
Hard To Get #1 (3:24) – lead vocal: André Cymone, backing vocal: Prince
Thrill You Or Kill You #2 (6:06) (André Cymone) – lead vocal: André Cymone
Disco Away (4:29) (Dez Dickerson) – lead vocal: Dez Dickerson
Instrumental 1 (1:05) (Dez Dickerson) – acoustic guitar & guitar sounding like synth
Instrumental 2 (1:00) (André Cymone) - bass & drums
If I Love You Tonight #1 (4:42) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman
Turn Me On (1:58) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman
Head #1

2 other unreleased studio songs

16 1979 Prince Tour concerts show

16 1979 Prince Tour soundchecks

11.28.1979 @ the Roxy Theater LA

12.1.1979 @ the Palace in Houston TX

2.9.1980 @ the Opheum Theater in Minneapolis MN

2.15.1980 NYC - the Bottom Line (1st show)

2.16.1980 NYC - the Bottom Line (2nd show)

2.17.1980 @ the Paradise Club in Boston Ma

1.11.1980
TV Performance: The Midnight Special

January 26. 1980
American Bandstand w/ Dick Clark:

42 Rick James supporting act shows

42 Rick James supporting act soundchecks

MARCH 1980 opening 4 Rick James on the Fire It Up tour

22 FEB, 1980 ::::: Fort Worth, TX, USA – Tarrant County Convention Center
thru
03 MAY, 1980 ::::: Landover, MD, USA – Capital Centre

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Dirty Mind Era:

North Arm Drive Home Studio North Arm Drive home studio recordings

Big Brass Bed - May 1980

Bulgaria - May 1980

Lisa

8 unreleased studio songs

30 DM Tour shows

30 DM Tour soundchecks

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Controversy Era:


Home studio, early 1981
She’s Just A Baby #1 (4:44)
Broken (3:04)
Commercial #1
Hump You
Susan

The Hookers, home studio, 1981 - Jamie Shoop & Susan Moonsie
I Need A Man #1 – lead vocal: Jamie Shoop
Wet Dream #1
Jealous Girl #1 – offered to The Bangles in 1985
Pizza
Drive Me Wild (2:32)*

Home studio, autumn-winter 1981
The Second Coming (1:58) (autumn)

27 unreleased songs

60 Controversy Tour Concerts

60 Controversy Tour soundchecks

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1999 Era:

The TIME
Bold Generation - Jan 11 1982

The Hookers/Vanity 6, home studio, late 1981 – early 1982
Moral Majority #1
Vagina – also the name offered to Denise Matthews when she joined The Hookers in January 1982

Home studio, early 1982
Do Yourself A Favour #2 (previously “If You See Me”) (8:41) (Pepé Willie)
Money Don’t Grow On Trees – possibly intended for The Hookers
No Call U #1 (3:02)

Vanity 6, Sunset Sound, 25 March – 9 April 1982 – album completed in May
Too Much
Let’s Pretend We’re Married (7:20)* (30/3)
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #4 (1/4)
Extra Loveable (7:06) (3/4)
If It will Make U Happy (6/4)

Home studio, 1982
Boom, Boom, Can’t U Feel The Beat Of My Heart #1
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #1
Don’t Let Him Fool Ya #1
Fox Trap
Lust U Always #1
Mink Kitty Cat #1 – intended for Vanity, tentative placing
My Baby Knows How To Love Me #1
Purple Music #1 (10:48)
Purple Music #2 (10:35) – extra guitar parts & vocal differences
U Should Be Mine (possibly instrumental) – offered to Eric Leeds in July 1989 for new Madhouse album
Yah, U Know #1
You’re My Love #1

Baby You're A Trip - July 8, 1982 @ Sunset Sound

15 unreleased songs

93 1999 Tour shows

93 1999 Tour soundchecks

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Purple Rain Era:

7 unreleased studio songs

5 unrelated special concert/performances

98 Purple Rain Tour concerts

98 Purple Rain Tour soundchecks

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ATWIAD Era:

6 unreleased studio songs

Old Friends 4 Sale Initial tracking took place on 20 April, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Come Elektra Tuesday is an unreleased song recorded on 26 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA

Stella And Charles is an unreleased song recorded on 26 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Polka-Dot Tiger is an unreleased instrumental recorded on 28 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Killin' At The Soda Shop is an unreleased song recorded on 29 May, 1985

Married Man is an unreleased song recorded on 29 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound, Hollywood

Zebra With The Blonde Hair is an unreleased instrumental recorded on 29 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound,

Go is an unreleased track recorded in early August, 1985, at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

She Pony ~ 1985 is an unreleased track recorded in December, 1985

Can I Play With U? - Decemeber 26, 1985

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Parade Era:

Heaven -unreleased song recorded on 26 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound

God Is Everywhere -is an unreleased track recorded in mid-July, 1985

The Question of U -While specific recording dates are not known, initial tracking took place in mid-late July, 1985 at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse


The Flesh sessions 12.28.1985-1.22.1986

Groove in C Minor
Slow Groove in G Major
Groove in G Flat Minor
Junk Music
Up From Below
Y'all Want Some More?
Slaughterhouse
U Just Can't Stop
Run Amok
Mobile
Madrid
Breathless
High Colonic
12 Keys / "The Question Of U"

A Couple of Miles

Voodoo Who
Finesty Whisky
Tibet

69 unreleased studio songs

30 Parade Tour shows

30 Prade Tour soundchecks



Dream Factory / Camille -

Others Here With Us -20 April, 1985 at Sunset Sound

All My Dreams - 28th April 1985 @ Sunset Sound

An Honest Man -30 November, 1985

Eternity -December, 1985, at Sunset Sound

Splash - Initial tracking took place on 1 August, 1985

Empty Room -4 August, 1985 at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

Sexual Suicide Initial -10 August, 1985, at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

It's A Wonderful Day is an unreleased song recorded on 30 January, 1986 at Sunset Sound

And How - March 19th 1986 @ Galpin Blvd Home studio

Love & Sex is an unreleased track recorded on 25th March 1986 @ Sunset Sound

Movie Star -27 March, 1986 at Prince's Galpin Blvd Home Studio
Witness 4 the Prosecution - March 27th 1986 T Galpin Blvd home studio

Teacher, Teacher -unreleased song first recorded in Summer, 1982 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio,early 1986, Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman worked on the track further, at either Prince's Galpin Blvd Home Studio

Big Tall Wall - April 1986
Crystal Ball -April 17th 1986 @ Galpin Blvd home studio

In A Large Room With No Light -4 May, 1986 at Sunset Sound

Frustration - May 10th 1986

Boy U Bad - May 11, 1986 @ Sunset Sound

Data Bank -17 June, 1986 at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

Adonis & Bathsheba -27 July, 1986 at Prince's Galpin Blvd Home Studio

Make Your Momma Happy -8 August, 1986

Susannah's Blues- Le New Morning, Paris France Aug 24th 1986

Coco Boys - August 25th 1986 at Le Zénith, Paris, France

When the Dawn of the Morning Comes - September 1986 @ Prince's Galpin Blvd studio

Crucial - Galpin Blvd Home Studio Sept 13th 1986

Cosmic Day - Sunset Sound November 15 1986

Wally -December 1986

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SOTT Era:

25 unreleased studio songs

10 unrelated special concert/aftershows, etc.

34 SOTT concert chows

34 SOTT soundchecks

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Walkin' In Glory - Dec 7th 1986 @ Sunset Sound

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Lovesexy Era:

Come Back 2 Me - @ Paisley Park studios Sept 29 1988(Sheena Easton)

Am I Without U? -late 1988

By Alien Means - Oct 12 1988

An American In Paris - 1989

31 unreleased studio songs

77 Lovesexy Tour shows

77 Lovesexy Tour soundchecks

10 unrelated special shows/aftershows, etc.

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[Edited 10/20/18 18:33pm]

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What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
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like we ALL wouldnt stop life- as we know it- to listen to all this stuff

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Can't wait to finally hear "Cosmic Day" in 3214!!!
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but the elitists have this stuff....what needs to happen for them to become a label?

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luvsexy4all

Attention: Rumors / WARNING: rumors

I've been chatting this afternoon with a friend who lives in Germany and is part of a select group of Prince's fans about the album that will be released in 2019. We will treat this information as a rumor that may or may not come true.

He told me there are two ideas about the new release.

First idea comes from Sony Executives. They want the new album to contain songs from the vault and that have never been released, that is, they would be really unreleased songs. These songs cover the period from 1983 to 2000. Sony executives heard some of these songs and were said to be surprised and excited for the quality of the material.

The second idea comes from the estate. They want songs to be released that have gone on bootlegs through independent gavadoras. In other words, it's those songs the vast majority of fans already know. The booty wants to leave the unreleased songs for releases from 2020-there would be the idea of releasing a triple album for 2020 along with a tour by the United States with an alternative show with a band playing live with the vocals of Prince Recorded.

Sony also asked the estate permission for the release of some albums that prince did not release but that are ready at the vault (including the arts and everything else - just release). In, she became a member of the New York University of California. Sony also wants to release the albums that came out by NPG MUSIC CLUB: the chocolate invasion and the slaughterhouse.

Another project that I found very interesting is a compilation of notes, lyrics and poetry found spread across all corners of the Paisley Park Complex. This material would be released with the original spelling and writing of prince himself, that is, they would release the material exactly like prince's notes.

Now we have to stay in the crowd to see what will happen from 2019.

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Reply #17 posted 10/18/18 7:22pm

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luvsexy4all said:

Attention: Rumors / WARNING: rumors

I've been chatting this afternoon with a friend who lives in Germany and is part of a select group of Prince's fans about the album that will be released in 2019. We will treat this information as a rumor that may or may not come true.

He told me there are two ideas about the new release.


Just in case there's any truth to these rumors and anybody with power comes here looking for our opinions... mine:


First idea comes from Sony Executives. They want the new album to contain songs from the vault and that have never been released, that is, they would be really unreleased songs. These songs cover the period from 1983 to 2000. Sony executives heard some of these songs and were said to be surprised and excited for the quality of the material.


I would love this. Bring it on.


The second idea comes from the estate. They want songs to be released that have gone on bootlegs through independent gavadoras. In other words, it's those songs the vast majority of fans already know.

Good enough. I'll buy.

The booty wants to leave the unreleased songs for releases from 2020-there would be the idea of releasing a triple album for 2020 along with a tour by the United States with an alternative show with a band playing live with the vocals of Prince Recorded.


No thanks. I wouldn't go to this for free, sure as hell won't pay for it.


Sony also asked the estate permission for the release of some albums that prince did not release but that are ready at the vault (including the arts and everything else - just release). In, she became a member of the New York University of California. Sony also wants to release the albums that came out by NPG MUSIC CLUB: the chocolate invasion and the slaughterhouse.


Cool. I'm down with both of these.


Another project that I found very interesting is a compilation of notes, lyrics and poetry found spread across all corners of the Paisley Park Complex. This material would be released with the original spelling and writing of prince himself, that is, they would release the material exactly like prince's notes.


Don't care. Not interested. Not buying.


Now we have to stay in the crowd to see what will happen from 2019.

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....from facebook

We were HERE, where were you?

4 those that knew the number and didn't call... fk all y'all!
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soladeo1 said:

Purple Nation -

Just for the sake of giggles and snorts here is an estimate of the number of unreleased items that might be in The Vault, being as conservative as possible using sources that are well-known and generally held in high regard by the community (thevault.com, Tudahl, etc.):

1977-1978:

26 unrelased studio songs

2 Capri showcase concerts

2 Capri showcase soundchecks

Prince Era:

9 unreleased studio The Rebels Sessions songs

2 other unreleased studio songs

16 1979 Prince Tour concerts show

16 1979 Prince Tour soundchecks

42 Rick James supporting act shows

42 Rick James supporting act soundchecks

Dirty Mind Era:

8 unreleased studio songs

30 DM Tour shows

30 DM Tour soundchecks

Controversy Era:

27 unreleased songs

60 Controversy Tour Concerts

60 Controversy Tour soundchecks

1999 Era:

15 unreleased songs

93 1999 Tour shows

93 1999 Tour soundchecks

Purple Rain Era:

7 unreleased studio songs

5 unrelated special concert/performances

98 Purple Rain Tour concerts

98 Purple Rain Tour soundchecks

ATWIAD Era:

6 unreleased studio songs

Parade Era:

69 unreleased studio songs

30 Parade Tour shows

30 Prade Tour soundchecks

SOTT Era:

25 unreleased studio songs

10 unrelated special concert/aftershows, etc.

34 SOTT concert chows

34 SOTT soundchecks

Lovesexy Era:

31 unreleased studio songs

77 Lovesexy Tour shows

77 Lovesexy Tour soundchecks

10 unrelated special shows/aftershows, etc.

So for 1977 through 1988 that would be...carry the one...

~1214 separate peices of music, songs, sounchecks, concerts, aftershows, etc....

people can say what they want, but they know this period is the holy grail

I know it is for many, it isn't necessarily for me. Don't get me wrong, I love those years as much as y'all do, but my love for what came later is just as strong, and much more emotionally involved I think.

Keep in mind that I discovered Prince in 1989 and became a hardcore fan circa late 90-early 91. The 78-88 Prince is the Prince I fell in love with but he's not my Prince. The back catalogue was one thing but the Prince I grew-up with was the 90's Prince. The Prince of my 20th b-day was Emancipation. The Prince of my 25th b-day was NPGMC and TRC. The OST of my year 2009 (a year I remember fondly for many reasons) is the Lotusflow3r trilogy. Our love for music is associated with how it resonates with our own lives (for example I also tripped a lot on the Electric Dreams OST when I discovered it in 2009, and to me this record will always be associated with 2009, not 1984 when it was released). The 78-88 albums were the albums I tripped on when I dived into the back catalogue in 90-91, and to me they are mostly associated to those years I listened to them very intensively, say 1990-1993. I was 13 to 15 years old, I was basically still a child and those years have become relatively unimportant in the narrative of my own life. Now all the memories associated with 1993-2016, this is my formative years, then my life as an adult...

Add to that that Prince's post-1995 unreleased catalogue, whether we're talking outtakes, rehearsals or SBD shows, has been much less bootlegged and documented than earlier years, and you'll realize why it's of great interest to me, maybe greater than the 78-88 vault material.

A COMPREHENSIVE PRINCE DISCOGRAPHY (work in progress ^^): https://sites.google.com/...iscog/home
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djThunderfunk said:

luvsexy4all said:

Attention: Rumors / WARNING: rumors

I've been chatting this afternoon with a friend who lives in Germany and is part of a select group of Prince's fans about the album that will be released in 2019. We will treat this information as a rumor that may or may not come true.

He told me there are two ideas about the new release.


Just in case there's any truth to these rumors and anybody with power comes here looking for our opinions... mine:


First idea comes from Sony Executives. They want the new album to contain songs from the vault and that have never been released, that is, they would be really unreleased songs. These songs cover the period from 1983 to 2000. Sony executives heard some of these songs and were said to be surprised and excited for the quality of the material.


I would love this. Bring it on.


The second idea comes from the estate. They want songs to be released that have gone on bootlegs through independent gavadoras. In other words, it's those songs the vast majority of fans already know.

Good enough. I'll buy.

The booty wants to leave the unreleased songs for releases from 2020-there would be the idea of releasing a triple album for 2020 along with a tour by the United States with an alternative show with a band playing live with the vocals of Prince Recorded.


No thanks. I wouldn't go to this for free, sure as hell won't pay for it.


Sony also asked the estate permission for the release of some albums that prince did not release but that are ready at the vault (including the arts and everything else - just release). In, she became a member of the New York University of California. Sony also wants to release the albums that came out by NPG MUSIC CLUB: the chocolate invasion and the slaughterhouse.


Cool. I'm down with both of these.


Another project that I found very interesting is a compilation of notes, lyrics and poetry found spread across all corners of the Paisley Park Complex. This material would be released with the original spelling and writing of prince himself, that is, they would release the material exactly like prince's notes.


Don't care. Not interested. Not buying.


Now we have to stay in the crowd to see what will happen from 2019.

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....from facebook

The first IDEA is THE BEST! and the book of notes, poetry (and the TIDAL release ...vault content... P&m `16...do that later...PLEASE...)

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yello1 said:



djThunderfunk said:




luvsexy4all said:


Attention: Rumors / WARNING: rumors

I've been chatting this afternoon with a friend who lives in Germany and is part of a select group of Prince's fans about the album that will be released in 2019. We will treat this information as a rumor that may or may not come true.

He told me there are two ideas about the new release.


Just in case there's any truth to these rumors and anybody with power comes here looking for our opinions... mine:


First idea comes from Sony Executives. They want the new album to contain songs from the vault and that have never been released, that is, they would be really unreleased songs. These songs cover the period from 1983 to 2000. Sony executives heard some of these songs and were said to be surprised and excited for the quality of the material.


I would love this. Bring it on.


The second idea comes from the estate. They want songs to be released that have gone on bootlegs through independent gavadoras. In other words, it's those songs the vast majority of fans already know.

Good enough. I'll buy.

The booty wants to leave the unreleased songs for releases from 2020-there would be the idea of releasing a triple album for 2020 along with a tour by the United States with an alternative show with a band playing live with the vocals of Prince Recorded.


No thanks. I wouldn't go to this for free, sure as hell won't pay for it.


Sony also asked the estate permission for the release of some albums that prince did not release but that are ready at the vault (including the arts and everything else - just release). In, she became a member of the New York University of California. Sony also wants to release the albums that came out by NPG MUSIC CLUB: the chocolate invasion and the slaughterhouse.


Cool. I'm down with both of these.


Another project that I found very interesting is a compilation of notes, lyrics and poetry found spread across all corners of the Paisley Park Complex. This material would be released with the original spelling and writing of prince himself, that is, they would release the material exactly like prince's notes.


Don't care. Not interested. Not buying.


Now we have to stay in the crowd to see what will happen from 2019.

-----

....from facebook





The first IDEA is THE BEST! and the book of notes, poetry (and the TIDAL release ...vault content... P&m `16...do that later...PLEASE...)



For the 1st idea...i prefer cohesive era compilation than a mixed periods compilation!
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Reply #21 posted 10/19/18 1:51am

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luvsexy4all said:

Attention: Rumors / WARNING: rumors

I've been chatting this afternoon with a friend who lives in Germany and is part of a select group of Prince's fans about the album that will be released in 2019. We will treat this information as a rumor that may or may not come true.

He told me there are two ideas about the new release.

First idea comes from Sony Executives. They want the new album to contain songs from the vault and that have never been released, that is, they would be really unreleased songs. These songs cover the period from 1983 to 2000. Sony executives heard some of these songs and were said to be surprised and excited for the quality of the material.

The second idea comes from the estate. They want songs to be released that have gone on bootlegs through independent gavadoras. In other words, it's those songs the vast majority of fans already know. The booty wants to leave the unreleased songs for releases from 2020-there would be the idea of releasing a triple album for 2020 along with a tour by the United States with an alternative show with a band playing live with the vocals of Prince Recorded.

Sony also asked the estate permission for the release of some albums that prince did not release but that are ready at the vault (including the arts and everything else - just release). In, she became a member of the New York University of California. Sony also wants to release the albums that came out by NPG MUSIC CLUB: the chocolate invasion and the slaughterhouse.

Another project that I found very interesting is a compilation of notes, lyrics and poetry found spread across all corners of the Paisley Park Complex. This material would be released with the original spelling and writing of prince himself, that is, they would release the material exactly like prince's notes.

Now we have to stay in the crowd to see what will happen from 2019.

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....from facebook


The first idea by Sony sucks! I don't want some incoherent mess with songs just thrown together or songs split apart when the segued into other songs.
If The Estate would just release chronological collections of outtakes with info that would be perfect! Sony's idea sounds like another Crystal Ball disaster or like The Vault: OF4S.

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JorisE73 said:

luvsexy4all said:

Attention: Rumors / WARNING: rumors

I've been chatting this afternoon with a friend who lives in Germany and is part of a select group of Prince's fans about the album that will be released in 2019. We will treat this information as a rumor that may or may not come true.

He told me there are two ideas about the new release.

First idea comes from Sony Executives. They want the new album to contain songs from the vault and that have never been released, that is, they would be really unreleased songs. These songs cover the period from 1983 to 2000. Sony executives heard some of these songs and were said to be surprised and excited for the quality of the material.

The second idea comes from the estate. They want songs to be released that have gone on bootlegs through independent gavadoras. In other words, it's those songs the vast majority of fans already know. The booty wants to leave the unreleased songs for releases from 2020-there would be the idea of releasing a triple album for 2020 along with a tour by the United States with an alternative show with a band playing live with the vocals of Prince Recorded.

Sony also asked the estate permission for the release of some albums that prince did not release but that are ready at the vault (including the arts and everything else - just release). In, she became a member of the New York University of California. Sony also wants to release the albums that came out by NPG MUSIC CLUB: the chocolate invasion and the slaughterhouse.

Another project that I found very interesting is a compilation of notes, lyrics and poetry found spread across all corners of the Paisley Park Complex. This material would be released with the original spelling and writing of prince himself, that is, they would release the material exactly like prince's notes.

Now we have to stay in the crowd to see what will happen from 2019.

--------------------------------------------------------------

....from facebook


The first idea by Sony sucks! I don't want some incoherent mess with songs just thrown together or songs split apart when the segued into other songs.
If The Estate would just release chronological collections of outtakes with info that would be perfect! Sony's idea sounds like another Crystal Ball disaster or like The Vault: OF4S.

Another Crystall Ball or The Vault is exactly what I want.

I agree chronological ordering would be better, but at this point I'd take it all released in one go please, as is. Let us figure it all out ourselves

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Reply #23 posted 10/19/18 3:16am

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I like that Sony wants to release some of Prince's unreleased albums smile It brings hope that we don't have to wait too long for some good material.
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like we ALL wouldnt stop life- as we know it- to listen to all this stuff

lol

#IDEFINEME #ALBUMSSTILLMATTER

A Liar Shall Not Tarry In My Presence

What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
Tell me, what's the m
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Reply #25 posted 10/19/18 5:55am

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databank said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

people can say what they want, but they know this period is the holy grail

I know it is for many, it isn't necessarily for me. Don't get me wrong, I love those years as much as y'all do, but my love for what came later is just as strong, and much more emotionally involved I think.

Keep in mind that I discovered Prince in 1989 and became a hardcore fan circa late 90-early 91. The 78-88 Prince is the Prince I fell in love with but he's not my Prince. The back catalogue was one thing but the Prince I grew-up with was the 90's Prince. The Prince of my 20th b-day was Emancipation. The Prince of my 25th b-day was NPGMC and TRC. The OST of my year 2009 (a year I remember fondly for many reasons) is the Lotusflow3r trilogy. Our love for music is associated with how it resonates with our own lives (for example I also tripped a lot on the Electric Dreams OST when I discovered it in 2009, and to me this record will always be associated with 2009, not 1984 when it was released). The 78-88 albums were the albums I tripped on when I dived into the back catalogue in 90-91, and to me they are mostly associated to those years I listened to them very intensively, say 1990-1993. I was 13 to 15 years old, I was basically still a child and those years have become relatively unimportant in the narrative of my own life. Now all the memories associated with 1993-2016, this is my formative years, then my life as an adult...

Add to that that Prince's post-1995 unreleased catalogue, whether we're talking outtakes, rehearsals or SBD shows, has been much less bootlegged and documented than earlier years, and you'll realize why it's of great interest to me, maybe greater than the 78-88 vault material.

Agree. Almost word for word same for me.

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it's interesting, because I'm always eager to look, but I never see all the threads discussing that latter work 90s etc in detail and such. I look for them though. I'm created someone myself, but they never get much traction.

One of you should do a An Effort to Guesstimate the Amount of Unreleased Material from 1991-2000 thread

#IDEFINEME #ALBUMSSTILLMATTER

A Liar Shall Not Tarry In My Presence

What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
Tell me, what's the m
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Home recordings, 1976
Sweet Thing (4:24) (Chaka Khan)

Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #1 (3:53)
I Spend My Time Loving You (7:20)
Rock Me, Lover #1 (3:51)
Improvisation (0:40)
Don’t You Wanna Ride? (5:14)
Nightingale (4:16)
Leaving For New York #1 (5:52)
Humming A Tune (0:34)
Humming A Tune Pt.2 (0:30)
Instrumental (0:37)
Instrumental Pt.2 (0:52)
Telephone conversation (0:56)
Instrumental (1:00)
Instrumental (1:00)
For You #1 (1:06)
For You #2 (0:45)
Hey, Lover (0:46)

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1977-1978:


14-track demo tape, Moonsound, Minneapolis, spring – December 1976 – no known order
Instrumental (7:25) – possibly titled Farnborough

Aces (Prince/Chris Moon)
Diamond Eyes (Prince/Chris Moon)
Don’t Forget (Prince/Chris Moon)
Don’t Hold Back (Prince/Chris Moon)
Fantasy (Prince/Chris Moon)
Love Is Forever #1 (Prince/Chris Moon)
Make It Through The Storm #1 (Prince/Chris Moon)
Piano Intro (0:40)
Soft And Wet #1 (3:22) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Surprise (Prince/Chris Moon)
Baby #1
I’m Yours #1
Jelly Jam #1 (Instrumental)
Leaving For New York #2
Since We’ve Been Together #1
For You #3 (1:19)
For You #4 (1:20)
Outro (0:13)

Sound 80, Minneapolis, 29 December 1976 – summer 1977
Baby #2 (Instrumental) (3:15)

Baby #3 (3:08)
Just As Long As We’re Together #1 (3:34)
Soft And Wet #2 (3:04) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Instrumental (3:49)
My Love Is Forever #2 (previously “Love Is Forever”) (4:03) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Make It Through The Storm #2 (2:44) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Jelly Jam #2 (Instrumental) (2:05)
In Love #1
Just As Long As We’re Together #2 (incorporates “Jelly Jam”) (5:45)
Just As Long As We’re Together #3 (5:51)
Love In The Morning
You Really Get To Me

94 East, Sound 80, Minneapolis, early 1977
- Guitar & background vocals: Prince
Fortune Teller (Hank Cosby)
10:15 (Pepé Willie)

The Lewis Conection, Moonsound, Minneapolis, 1977
- Guitar & background vocals: Prince
Got To Be Something Here* (Sonny Thompson)

Owen Husney’s rehearsal room, Minneapolis, 1977
- Keyboards: Prince, bass: André Cymone, drums: Bobby Z. Rivkin
Instrumental 1 (5:32)
Instrumental 2 (6:24)
Instrumental 3 (6:22)
Instrumental 4 (8:42)
Instrumental 5 (7:06)
Instrumental 6 (8:14)
Instrumental 7 (7:45)
Instrumental 8 (6:39)

Home recordings, 1977
Darling Marie #1
Hello, My Love
I Like What You’re Doing
Neurotic Lover’s Baby’s Bedroom

CBS Records, Village Recorders, Los Angeles, 8 April 1977
Just As Long As We’re Together #4

Sound 80, Minneapolis, June 1977
We Can Work It Out (2:58) – drums: Bobby Z.

Warner Bros., Amigo Studios, Los Angeles, summer 1977
Just As Long As We’re Together #5

For You, The Record Plant, Sausalito, 1 October – 22 December 1977
For You #5 (1:06)*
In Love #2 (3:38)*
Soft And Wet #3 (3:01)* (Prince/Chris Moon)
Crazy You (2:17)*
Just As Long As We’re Together #6 (6:24)*
Baby # 4 (3:09)*
My Love Is Forever #3 (4:09)* (Prince/Chris Moon)
So Blue (4:26)*
I’m Yours #2 (5:01)*
Make It Through The Storm #3 (Prince/Chris Moon)

Instrumental jams, The Record Plant, Sausalito, 4 November – 10 December 1977
- Guitar & keyboards: Prince, bass: André Cymone, drums: Steve Fontano
Bump This (4/11)
E-Pluribous Funk (4/11)
Shine Your Light/Red Zone (4/11)
Instrumental (5/12)
Life Is So Neat (10/12)
Waiting For You (10/12)

Sue Ann Carwell, home studio & Sound 80, summer 1978
Make It Through The Storm #4 (Prince/Chris Moon) – re-recorded and released as b-side of Let Me Let You Rock Me-single in 1981
Since We’ve Been Together #2 – copyrighted at The Library of Congress 21/8-1980
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #2


Home recordings, 1978 – 1979
Baby, Baby, Baby (2:44)
Nadeara (1:50)
K-FUNK Interview (featuring Nadeara) (7:47)
Miss You (1:53)
Donna (4:06)
Down A Long Lonely Road (1:18)
Do It Again
Gypsy
I Am You (late ’78)
I Met A Virgin Queen
I’m Leaving LA
Love Affair
Love Of Mine
Rock Me, Lover #2
Rocking Chair
We Would Like To See You Again
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #3 (5:01)
Instrumental 1 (2:14) – guitars, soft drum machine
Instrumental 2 (2:21) – guitar, fast drum machine
Instrumental 3 (0:52) – percussion
Instrumental 4 (1:11) – acoustic guitar
Instrumental 5 (1:30) – funky acoustic & bass guitars
Instrumental 6 (0:37) – funky bass guitar

26 unrelased studio songs

2 Capri showcase concerts

2 Capri showcase soundchecks

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Prince Era:

Prince, Alpha Studio, Los Angeles, late April – 13 June 1979

Oh, Baby #1

Prince, Hollywood Sound Records, Los Angeles, June 1979
Darling Marie #2

Sexy Dancer #3 (4:18)* - edit of #2
I Feel For You #3 (3:24)* - edit of #2

9 unreleased studio The Rebels Sessions songs

The Rebels, Mountain Ears Sound Studios, Boulder, Colorado, 10 – 21 July 1979
You #1 (2:53) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman

Too Long (4:09) (Dez Dickerson) – lead vocal: Dez Dickerson
Hard To Get #1 (3:24) – lead vocal: André Cymone, backing vocal: Prince
Thrill You Or Kill You #2 (6:06) (André Cymone) – lead vocal: André Cymone
Disco Away (4:29) (Dez Dickerson) – lead vocal: Dez Dickerson
Instrumental 1 (1:05) (Dez Dickerson) – acoustic guitar & guitar sounding like synth
Instrumental 2 (1:00) (André Cymone) - bass & drums
If I Love You Tonight #1 (4:42) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman
Turn Me On (1:58) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman
Head #1

2 other unreleased studio songs

16 1979 Prince Tour concerts show

16 1979 Prince Tour soundchecks

11.28.1979 @ the Roxy Theater LA

12.1.1979 @ the Palace in Houston TX

2.9.1980 @ the Opheum Theater in Minneapolis MN

2.15.1980 NYC - the Bottom Line (1st show)

2.16.1980 NYC - the Bottom Line (2nd show)

2.17.1980 @ the Paradise Club in Boston Ma

1.11.1980
TV Performance: The Midnight Special

January 26. 1980
American Bandstand w/ Dick Clark:

42 Rick James supporting act shows

42 Rick James supporting act soundchecks

MARCH 1980 opening 4 Rick James on the Fire It Up tour

22 FEB, 1980 ::::: Fort Worth, TX, USA – Tarrant County Convention Center
thru
03 MAY, 1980 ::::: Landover, MD, USA – Capital Centre

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Dirty Mind Era:

8 unreleased studio songs

30 DM Tour shows

30 DM Tour soundchecks

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Controversy Era:


Home studio, early 1981
She’s Just A Baby #1 (4:44)
Broken (3:04)
Commercial #1
Hump You
Susan

The Hookers, home studio, 1981 - Jamie Shoop & Susan Moonsie
I Need A Man #1 – lead vocal: Jamie Shoop
Wet Dream #1
Jealous Girl #1 – offered to The Bangles in 1985
Pizza
Drive Me Wild (2:32)*

Home studio, autumn-winter 1981
The Second Coming (1:58) (autumn)

27 unreleased songs

60 Controversy Tour Concerts

60 Controversy Tour soundchecks

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1999 Era:

The Hookers/Vanity 6, home studio, late 1981 – early 1982
Moral Majority #1
Vagina – also the name offered to Denise Matthews when she joined The Hookers in January 1982

Home studio, early 1982
Do Yourself A Favour #2 (previously “If You See Me”) (8:41) (Pepé Willie)
Money Don’t Grow On Trees – possibly intended for The Hookers
No Call U #1 (3:02)

Vanity 6, Sunset Sound, 25 March – 9 April 1982 – album completed in May
Too Much
Let’s Pretend We’re Married (7:20)* (30/3)
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #4 (1/4)
Extra Loveable (7:06) (3/4)
If It will Make U Happy (6/4)

Home studio, 1982
Boom, Boom, Can’t U Feel The Beat Of My Heart #1
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #1
Don’t Let Him Fool Ya #1
Fox Trap
Lust U Always #1
Mink Kitty Cat #1 – intended for Vanity, tentative placing
My Baby Knows How To Love Me #1
Purple Music #1 (10:48)
Purple Music #2 (10:35) – extra guitar parts & vocal differences
U Should Be Mine (possibly instrumental) – offered to Eric Leeds in July 1989 for new Madhouse album
Yah, U Know #1
You’re My Love #1

15 unreleased songs

93 1999 Tour shows

93 1999 Tour soundchecks

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Purple Rain Era:

7 unreleased studio songs

5 unrelated special concert/performances

98 Purple Rain Tour concerts

98 Purple Rain Tour soundchecks

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ATWIAD Era:

6 unreleased studio songs

Old Friends 4 Sale Initial tracking took place on 20 April, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Come Elektra Tuesday is an unreleased song recorded on 26 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA

Stella And Charles is an unreleased song recorded on 26 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Polka-Dot Tiger is an unreleased instrumental recorded on 28 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Killin' At The Soda Shop is an unreleased song recorded on 29 May, 1985

Married Man is an unreleased song recorded on 29 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound, Hollywood

Zebra With The Blonde Hair is an unreleased instrumental recorded on 29 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound,

Go is an unreleased track recorded in early August, 1985, at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

She Pony ~ 1985 is an unreleased track recorded in December, 1985

Can I Play With U? - Decemeber 26, 1985

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Parade Era:

Heaven -unreleased song recorded on 26 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound

God Is Everywhere -is an unreleased track recorded in mid-July, 1985

The Question of U -While specific recording dates are not known, initial tracking took place in mid-late July, 1985 at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse


The Flesh sessions 12.28.1985-1.22.1986

Groove in C Minor
Slow Groove in G Major
Groove in G Flat Minor
Junk Music
Up From Below
Y'all Want Some More?
Slaughterhouse
U Just Can't Stop
Run Amok
Mobile
Madrid
Breathless
High Colonic
12 Keys / "The Question Of U"

A Couple of Miles

Voodoo Who
Finesty Whisky
Tibet

69 unreleased studio songs

30 Parade Tour shows

30 Prade Tour soundchecks

Dream Factory / Camille -

Others Here With Us -20 April, 1985 at Sunset Sound

All My Dreams - 28th April 1985 @ Sunset Sound

An Honest Man -30 November, 1985

Eternity -December, 1985, at Sunset Sound

Splash - Initial tracking took place on 1 August, 1985

Empty Room -4 August, 1985 at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

Sexual Suicide Initial -10 August, 1985, at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

It's A Wonderful Day is an unreleased song recorded on 30 January, 1986 at Sunset Sound

Love & Sex is an unreleased track recorded on 25th March 1986 @ Sunset Sound

Movie Star -27 March, 1986 at Prince's Galpin Blvd Home Studio
Witness 4 the Prosecution - March 27th 1986 T Galpin Blvd home studio

Teacher, Teacher -unreleased song first recorded in Summer, 1982 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio,early 1986, Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman worked on the track further, at either Prince's Galpin Blvd Home Studio
Crystal Ball -April 17th 1986 @ Galpin Blvd home studio

In A Large Room With No Light -4 May, 1986 at Sunset Sound

Data Bank -17 June, 1986 at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

Adonis & Bathsheba -27 July, 1986 at Prince's Galpin Blvd Home Studio

Make Your Momma Happy -8 August, 1986

Susannah's Blues- Le New Morning, Paris France Aug 24th 1986

Coco Boys - August 25th 1986 at Le Zénith, Paris, France

When the Dawn of the Morning Comes - September 1986 @ Prince's Galpin Blvd studio

Crucial - Galpin Blvd Home Studio Sept 13th 1986

Cosmic Day - Sunset Sound November 15 1986

Wally -December 1986

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SOTT Era:

25 unreleased studio songs

10 unrelated special concert/aftershows, etc.

34 SOTT concert chows

34 SOTT soundchecks

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Lovesexy Era:

Come Back 2 Me - @ Paisley Park studios Sept 29 1988(Sheena Easton)

31 unreleased studio songs

77 Lovesexy Tour shows

77 Lovesexy Tour soundchecks

10 unrelated special shows/aftershows, etc.

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Home recordings, 1976
Sweet Thing (4:24) (Chaka Khan)

Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #1 (3:53)
I Spend My Time Loving You (7:20)
Rock Me, Lover #1 (3:51)
Improvisation (0:40)
Don’t You Wanna Ride? (5:14)
Nightingale (4:16)
Leaving For New York #1 (5:52)
Humming A Tune (0:34)
Humming A Tune Pt.2 (0:30)
Instrumental (0:37)
Instrumental Pt.2 (0:52)
Telephone conversation (0:56)
Instrumental (1:00)
Instrumental (1:00)
For You #1 (1:06)
For You #2 (0:45)
Hey, Lover (0:46)

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1977-1978:


14-track demo tape, Moonsound, Minneapolis, spring – December 1976 – no known order
Instrumental (7:25) – possibly titled Farnborough

Aces (Prince/Chris Moon)
Diamond Eyes (Prince/Chris Moon)
Don’t Forget (Prince/Chris Moon)
Don’t Hold Back (Prince/Chris Moon)
Fantasy (Prince/Chris Moon)
Love Is Forever #1 (Prince/Chris Moon)
Make It Through The Storm #1 (Prince/Chris Moon)
Piano Intro (0:40)
Soft And Wet #1 (3:22) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Surprise (Prince/Chris Moon)
Baby #1
I’m Yours #1
Jelly Jam #1 (Instrumental)
Leaving For New York #2
Since We’ve Been Together #1
For You #3 (1:19)
For You #4 (1:20)
Outro (0:13)

Sound 80, Minneapolis, 29 December 1976 – summer 1977
Baby #2 (Instrumental) (3:15)

Baby #3 (3:08)
Just As Long As We’re Together #1 (3:34)
Soft And Wet #2 (3:04) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Instrumental (3:49)
My Love Is Forever #2 (previously “Love Is Forever”) (4:03) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Make It Through The Storm #2 (2:44) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Jelly Jam #2 (Instrumental) (2:05)
In Love #1
Just As Long As We’re Together #2 (incorporates “Jelly Jam”) (5:45)
Just As Long As We’re Together #3 (5:51)
Love In The Morning
You Really Get To Me

94 East, Sound 80, Minneapolis, early 1977
- Guitar & background vocals: Prince
Fortune Teller (Hank Cosby)
10:15 (Pepé Willie)

The Lewis Conection, Moonsound, Minneapolis, 1977
- Guitar & background vocals: Prince
Got To Be Something Here* (Sonny Thompson)

Owen Husney’s rehearsal room, Minneapolis, 1977
- Keyboards: Prince, bass: André Cymone, drums: Bobby Z. Rivkin
Instrumental 1 (5:32)
Instrumental 2 (6:24)
Instrumental 3 (6:22)
Instrumental 4 (8:42)
Instrumental 5 (7:06)
Instrumental 6 (8:14)
Instrumental 7 (7:45)
Instrumental 8 (6:39)

Home recordings, 1977
Darling Marie #1
Hello, My Love
I Like What You’re Doing
Neurotic Lover’s Baby’s Bedroom

CBS Records, Village Recorders, Los Angeles, 8 April 1977
Just As Long As We’re Together #4

Sound 80, Minneapolis, June 1977
We Can Work It Out (2:58) – drums: Bobby Z.

Warner Bros., Amigo Studios, Los Angeles, summer 1977
Just As Long As We’re Together #5

For You, The Record Plant, Sausalito, 1 October – 22 December 1977
For You #5 (1:06)*
In Love #2 (3:38)*
Soft And Wet #3 (3:01)* (Prince/Chris Moon)
Crazy You (2:17)*
Just As Long As We’re Together #6 (6:24)*
Baby # 4 (3:09)*
My Love Is Forever #3 (4:09)* (Prince/Chris Moon)
So Blue (4:26)*
I’m Yours #2 (5:01)*
Make It Through The Storm #3 (Prince/Chris Moon)

Instrumental jams, The Record Plant, Sausalito, 4 November – 10 December 1977
- Guitar & keyboards: Prince, bass: André Cymone, drums: Steve Fontano
Bump This (4/11)
E-Pluribous Funk (4/11)
Shine Your Light/Red Zone (4/11)
Instrumental (5/12)
Life Is So Neat (10/12)
Waiting For You (10/12)

Sue Ann Carwell, home studio & Sound 80, summer 1978
Make It Through The Storm #4 (Prince/Chris Moon) – re-recorded and released as b-side of Let Me Let You Rock Me-single in 1981
Since We’ve Been Together #2 – copyrighted at The Library of Congress 21/8-1980
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #2


Home recordings, 1978 – 1979
Baby, Baby, Baby (2:44)
Nadeara (1:50)
K-FUNK Interview (featuring Nadeara) (7:47)
Miss You (1:53)
Donna (4:06)
Down A Long Lonely Road (1:18)
Do It Again
Gypsy
I Am You (late ’78)
I Met A Virgin Queen
I’m Leaving LA
Love Affair
Love Of Mine
Rock Me, Lover #2
Rocking Chair
We Would Like To See You Again
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #3 (5:01)
Instrumental 1 (2:14) – guitars, soft drum machine
Instrumental 2 (2:21) – guitar, fast drum machine
Instrumental 3 (0:52) – percussion
Instrumental 4 (1:11) – acoustic guitar
Instrumental 5 (1:30) – funky acoustic & bass guitars
Instrumental 6 (0:37) – funky bass guitar

26 unrelased studio songs

2 Capri showcase concerts

2 Capri showcase soundchecks

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Prince Era:

Prince, Alpha Studio, Los Angeles, late April – 13 June 1979

Oh, Baby #1

Prince, Hollywood Sound Records, Los Angeles, June 1979
Darling Marie #2

Sexy Dancer #3 (4:18)* - edit of #2
I Feel For You #3 (3:24)* - edit of #2

9 unreleased studio The Rebels Sessions songs

The Rebels, Mountain Ears Sound Studios, Boulder, Colorado, 10 – 21 July 1979
You #1 (2:53) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman

Too Long (4:09) (Dez Dickerson) – lead vocal: Dez Dickerson
Hard To Get #1 (3:24) – lead vocal: André Cymone, backing vocal: Prince
Thrill You Or Kill You #2 (6:06) (André Cymone) – lead vocal: André Cymone
Disco Away (4:29) (Dez Dickerson) – lead vocal: Dez Dickerson
Instrumental 1 (1:05) (Dez Dickerson) – acoustic guitar & guitar sounding like synth
Instrumental 2 (1:00) (André Cymone) - bass & drums
If I Love You Tonight #1 (4:42) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman
Turn Me On (1:58) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman
Head #1

2 other unreleased studio songs

16 1979 Prince Tour concerts show

16 1979 Prince Tour soundchecks

11.28.1979 @ the Roxy Theater LA

12.1.1979 @ the Palace in Houston TX

2.9.1980 @ the Opheum Theater in Minneapolis MN

2.15.1980 NYC - the Bottom Line (1st show)

2.16.1980 NYC - the Bottom Line (2nd show)

2.17.1980 @ the Paradise Club in Boston Ma

1.11.1980
TV Performance: The Midnight Special

January 26. 1980
American Bandstand w/ Dick Clark:

42 Rick James supporting act shows

42 Rick James supporting act soundchecks

MARCH 1980 opening 4 Rick James on the Fire It Up tour

22 FEB, 1980 ::::: Fort Worth, TX, USA – Tarrant County Convention Center
thru
03 MAY, 1980 ::::: Landover, MD, USA – Capital Centre

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Dirty Mind Era:

North Arm Drive home studio recordings

Big Brass Bed - May 1980

Bulgaria - May 1980

Lisa

8 unreleased studio songs

30 DM Tour shows

30 DM Tour soundchecks

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Controversy Era:


Home studio, early 1981
She’s Just A Baby #1 (4:44)
Broken (3:04)
Commercial #1
Hump You
Susan

The Hookers, home studio, 1981 - Jamie Shoop & Susan Moonsie
I Need A Man #1 – lead vocal: Jamie Shoop
Wet Dream #1
Jealous Girl #1 – offered to The Bangles in 1985
Pizza
Drive Me Wild (2:32)*

Home studio, autumn-winter 1981
The Second Coming (1:58) (autumn)

27 unreleased songs

60 Controversy Tour Concerts

60 Controversy Tour soundchecks

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1999 Era:

The TIME
Bold Generation - Jan 11 1982

The Hookers/Vanity 6, home studio, late 1981 – early 1982
Moral Majority #1
Vagina – also the name offered to Denise Matthews when she joined The Hookers in January 1982

Home studio, early 1982
Do Yourself A Favour #2 (previously “If You See Me”) (8:41) (Pepé Willie)
Money Don’t Grow On Trees – possibly intended for The Hookers
No Call U #1 (3:02)

Vanity 6, Sunset Sound, 25 March – 9 April 1982 – album completed in May
Too Much
Let’s Pretend We’re Married (7:20)* (30/3)
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #4 (1/4)
Extra Loveable (7:06) (3/4)
If It will Make U Happy (6/4)

Home studio, 1982
Boom, Boom, Can’t U Feel The Beat Of My Heart #1
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #1
Don’t Let Him Fool Ya #1
Fox Trap
Lust U Always #1
Mink Kitty Cat #1 – intended for Vanity, tentative placing
My Baby Knows How To Love Me #1
Purple Music #1 (10:48)
Purple Music #2 (10:35) – extra guitar parts & vocal differences
U Should Be Mine (possibly instrumental) – offered to Eric Leeds in July 1989 for new Madhouse album
Yah, U Know #1
You’re My Love #1

Baby You're A Trip - July 8, 1982 @ Sunset Sound

15 unreleased songs

93 1999 Tour shows

93 1999 Tour soundchecks

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Purple Rain Era:

Electrocution 1983 instrumental

Feline (the Family) July 14 1984

Someone 2 Call -April 5th 1985

7 unreleased studio songs

5 unrelated special concert/performances

98 Purple Rain Tour concerts

98 Purple Rain Tour soundchecks

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ATWIAD Era:

6 unreleased studio songs

Old Friends 4 Sale Initial tracking took place on 20 April, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Come Elektra Tuesday is an unreleased song recorded on 26 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA

Stella And Charles is an unreleased song recorded on 26 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Polka-Dot Tiger is an unreleased instrumental recorded on 28 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Killin' At The Soda Shop is an unreleased song recorded on 29 May, 1985

Married Man is an unreleased song recorded on 29 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound, Hollywood

Zebra With The Blonde Hair is an unreleased instrumental recorded on 29 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound,

Go is an unreleased track recorded in early August, 1985, at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

She Pony ~ 1985 is an unreleased track recorded in December, 1985

Can I Play With U? - Decemeber 26, 1985

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Parade Era:

Heaven -unreleased song recorded on 26 May, 1985 at Sunset Sound

God Is Everywhere -is an unreleased track recorded in mid-July, 1985

The Question of U -While specific recording dates are not known, initial tracking took place in mid-late July, 1985 at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse


The Flesh sessions 12.28.1985-1.22.1986

Groove in C Minor
Slow Groove in G Major
Groove in G Flat Minor
Junk Music
Up From Below
Y'all Want Some More?
Slaughterhouse
U Just Can't Stop
Run Amok
Mobile
Madrid
Breathless
High Colonic
12 Keys / "The Question Of U"

A Couple of Miles

Voodoo Who
Finesty Whisky
Tibet

69 unreleased studio songs

30 Parade Tour shows

30 Prade Tour soundchecks



Dream Factory / Camille -

Others Here With Us -20 April, 1985 at Sunset Sound

Evolsidog (Godislove) April 23 1985

Sexual Suicide -August 10 1985

All My Dreams - 28th April 1985 @ Sunset Sound
Stella And Charles -May 1985

An Honest Man -30 November, 1985

Eternity -December, 1985, at Sunset Sound

Splash - Initial tracking took place on 1 August, 1985
Strange Relationship - summer 1985

Empty Room -4 August, 1985 at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

Sexual Suicide Initial -10 August, 1985, at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

Eternity - Decemeber 1985


It's A Wonderful Day is an unreleased song recorded on 30 January, 1986 at Sunset Sound

Euphoria Highway - Feb 17, 1986

Funny Love - March 11 1986

And How - March 19th 1986 @ Galpin Blvd Home studio

Love & Sex is an unreleased track recorded on 25th March 1986 @ Sunset Sound

Movie Star -27 March, 1986 at Prince's Galpin Blvd Home Studio
Witness 4 the Prosecution - March 27th 1986 T Galpin Blvd home studio

Teacher, Teacher -unreleased song first recorded in Summer, 1982 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio,early 1986, Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman worked on the track further, at either Prince's Galpin Blvd Home Studio

Big Tall Wall - April 1986
Crystal Ball -April 17th 1986 @ Galpin Blvd home studio

In A Large Room With No Light -4 May, 1986 at Sunset Sound

Frustration - May 10th 1986

Boy U Bad - May 11, 1986 @ Sunset Sound

Data Bank -17 June, 1986 at the Crosstown Circle Warehouse

Train -July 7 1986

Eggplant -July 8 1986 Galpin Blvd home studio
Soulpsychodelicide -July 22 1986

Easy Does It 7 22 1986

The Ball- July 26 1988

Adonis & Bathsheba -27 July, 1986 at Prince's Galpin Blvd Home Studio

Make Your Momma Happy -8 August, 1986

Susannah's Blues- Le New Morning, Paris France Aug 24th 1986

Coco Boys - August 25th 1986 at Le Zénith, Paris, France

When the Dawn of the Morning Comes - September 1986 @ Prince's Galpin Blvd studio

Crucial - Galpin Blvd Home Studio Sept 13th 1986

Emotional Pump -Oct 16 1986

Cosmic Day - Sunset Sound November 15 1986

Wally -December 1986

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SOTT Era:

So Strong -April 1987

The Sex Of It -July 29 1987

25 unreleased studio songs

10 unrelated special concert/aftershows, etc.

34 SOTT concert chows

34 SOTT soundchecks

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Take This Beat -October 1987

Walkin' In Glory - Dec 7th 1987 @ Sunset Sound

Sheila E 4th protege album recordings

Famous - 1987 @ Paisley Park

Rhythm Angel
Soul Company -November 18 1988
Girl Power 11 18 1988

Latino Barbie Doll -December 5 1987

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Lovesexy Era:

the Line -Dec 22 1987

Love Song March 13 1988
God Is Alive -June 1988
Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic -June 1988
The Grand Progression -Sept 22 1988

Come Back 2 Me - @ Paisley Park studios Sept 29 1988(Sheena Easton)

Am I Without U? -late 1988

Everything But U -Oct 5 1988

By Alien Means - Oct 12 1988

We Got The Power -Oct 15 1988

An American In Paris - 1989

Love Is Everywhere - 1989


31 unreleased studio songs

77 Lovesexy Tour shows

77 Lovesexy Tour soundchecks

10 unrelated special shows/aftershows, etc.

[Edited 10/19/18 5:54am]

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Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
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