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Thread started 01/07/19 1:26am

yello1

DETAILS ON NETFLIX PRINCE DOCUMENTARY!

Reply #1 posted 01/07/19 1:29am

yello1

yello1 said:

https://funkatopia.com/funk-news/more-details-on-netflix-prince-documentary/

Thannkk uuu darling nisi wink :

https://twitter.com/darlingnisi/status/1082178083069878277

[Edited 1/7/19 1:29am]

Reply #2 posted 01/07/19 1:54am

TheEnglishGent

RIP sad
Reply #3 posted 01/07/19 2:04am

jaawwnn

Does not sound awful.

Reply #4 posted 01/07/19 3:19am

rogifan

Sounds interesting. Can’t come out soon enough. Bohemian Rhapsody has grossed nearly $750M worldwide so far. And the movie didn’t even get very good reviews. I don’t want a movie like that about Prince but it shows there is a market there to be tapped into.
Paisley Park is in your heart
#PrinceForever 💜
Reply #5 posted 01/07/19 5:34am

donnyenglish

Sounds like exactly what we want. Remind me when this is coming out?
Reply #6 posted 01/07/19 6:02am

ThatWhiteDude

Sounds great
"Like books and BLACK LIVES, Albums still MATTER."


If I upset you don't stress never forget
That God isn't finished with me yet
I feel his hand on my brain
When I write rhymes I go blind and let the Lord do his thing
Reply #7 posted 01/07/19 7:02am

paulludvig

This in particular sounds promising:
"He revealed that the documentary will be done in 6 episodes [assumed] and that it will not be structured like a normal documentary with various talking heads like many docs before. Through special access granted by Paisley Park, they will be utilizing a massive amount of archival material to structure the documentary using Prince‘s own voice and words from past interviews and footage"
The wooh is on the one!
Reply #8 posted 01/07/19 7:19am

iZsaZsa

paulludvig said:

This in particular sounds promising: "He revealed that the documentary will be done in 6 episodes [assumed] and that it will not be structured like a normal documentary with various talking heads like many docs before. Through special access granted by Paisley Park, they will be utilizing a massive amount of archival material to structure the documentary using Prince‘s own voice and words from past interviews and footage"

nod

Reply #9 posted 01/07/19 8:07am

pinkcashmere23

cool Thanks for sharing

Reply #10 posted 01/07/19 8:57am

AnnaSantana

Only 6 episodes? They'd better be 3 hours each episode. neutral

finger DONALD TRUMP
Reply #11 posted 01/07/19 9:25am

donnyenglish

They could do the 6 episodes by time period. 1. His childhood. 2. Early career. 3. The 1980's. 4. Slave era/90's. 5. Independent 2000's. 6. His last years/days.

Better yet, they could do it by topic: 1. Spirit; 2. Musician; 3. Live Performer; 4. Comedian; 5. Visionary; 6. Humanitarian

Reply #12 posted 01/07/19 9:28am

ThatWhiteDude

donnyenglish said:

They could do the 6 episodes by time period. 1. His childhood. 2. Early career. 3. The 1980's. 4. Slave era/90's. 5. Independent 2000's. 6. His last years/days.

Better yet, they could do it by topic: 1. Spirit; 2. Musician; 3. Live Performer; 4. Comedian; 5. Visionary; 6. Humanitarian

YES to all of that

"Like books and BLACK LIVES, Albums still MATTER."


If I upset you don't stress never forget
That God isn't finished with me yet
I feel his hand on my brain
When I write rhymes I go blind and let the Lord do his thing
Reply #13 posted 01/07/19 11:31am

NouveauDance

There was a Prince-themed cruise?

Reply #14 posted 01/07/19 11:59am

lust

NouveauDance said:

There was a Prince-themed cruise?



If they didn’t blast “Get on the boat” at boarding time, someone needs to get sacked.
If the milk turns out to be sour, I aint the kinda pussy to drink it!
Reply #15 posted 01/07/19 12:11pm

onlyforaminute

Ok I'm starting to get excited but only a little bit for right now.
"The sole purpose of a child's middle name is so he can tell when he's really in trouble.

- Somebody
Reply #16 posted 01/07/19 12:47pm

darkroman

So this isn't a documentary at all, it's a compilation of video clips stretched over six episodes.

I very much doubt Prince footage exists of him discussing each and every project ever conceived.

Looks a mess already and the time is ticking.


neutral

Reply #17 posted 01/07/19 12:55pm

luv4u

Moderator

moderator

wow, looks interesting.


Netflix Prince Documentary Narrated by Prince Himself?!?!?






Edmonton, AB - canada

Ohh purple joy oh purple bliss oh purple rapture!
REAL MUSIC by REAL MUSICIANS - Prince
"I kind of wish there was a reason for Prince to make the site crash more" ~~ Ben
Reply #18 posted 01/07/19 12:57pm

donnyenglish

darkroman said:

So this isn't a documentary at all, it's a compilation of video clips stretched over six episodes.

I very much doubt Prince footage exists of him discussing each and every project ever conceived.

Looks a mess already and the time is ticking.


neutral

He recorded everything. I bet there is a ton of audio of him talking during recording sessions that can fill 20 episodes if they wanted to. I would much rather hear his words than the usual "he got the idea for _____ from me" stuff that many of his associates are now freely saying in his absense. There is so much in the vault where Prince's story can be told by him and his music.

Reply #19 posted 01/07/19 1:53pm

HerecomethePurpleYoda

[Stay on topic snip - luv4u]

Reply #20 posted 01/07/19 2:01pm

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame

[Stay on topic snip - luv4u]

Reply #21 posted 01/07/19 2:09pm

violetcrush

donnyenglish said:

They could do the 6 episodes by time period. 1. His childhood. 2. Early career. 3. The 1980's. 4. Slave era/90's. 5. Independent 2000's. 6. His last years/days.

Better yet, they could do it by topic: 1. Spirit; 2. Musician; 3. Live Performer; 4. Comedian; 5. Visionary; 6. Humanitarian

The 1980's could easily cover more than one episode. There are 9 albums (if you count his first two in '78 and '79), plus all of the protege groups, the PR film, SOTT film, and all of his tours. It seems this decade could easily take up several episodes depending on how detailed they get.

Reply #22 posted 01/07/19 2:24pm

pdiddy2011

darkroman said:

So this isn't a documentary at all, it's a compilation of video clips stretched over six episodes.

I very much doubt Prince footage exists of him discussing each and every project ever conceived.

Looks a mess already and the time is ticking.


neutral



Ava Duverney appears to take GREAT pride in her work and seems very thoughtful about what she produces. It is very improbable that she would associate her name with a mess after a handful of years of critically acclaimed film and television projects.

Reply #23 posted 01/07/19 3:22pm

luvsexy4all

AnnaSantana said:

Only 6 episodes? They'd better be 3 hours each episode. neutral

how long is this thing supposed to be????

Reply #24 posted 01/07/19 3:58pm

donnyenglish

violetcrush said:

donnyenglish said:

They could do the 6 episodes by time period. 1. His childhood. 2. Early career. 3. The 1980's. 4. Slave era/90's. 5. Independent 2000's. 6. His last years/days.

Better yet, they could do it by topic: 1. Spirit; 2. Musician; 3. Live Performer; 4. Comedian; 5. Visionary; 6. Humanitarian

The 1980's could easily cover more than one episode. There are 9 albums (if you count his first two in '78 and '79), plus all of the protege groups, the PR film, SOTT film, and all of his tours. It seems this decade could easily take up several episodes depending on how detailed they get.

I agree. But, I would say the same of the 2000's and the 10's. I'm most interested in 1972-1982 and 2006-2016. 72-82 is what shaped him. 06-16 is the man that he ulitmately evolved into. I feel like 83-90 has always been the focus and I would actually be disappointed if she spent an inordinate amount of time on that period. I'm not saying don't give that period equal time, but it should not be beyond equal time. Prince in 2014 is a much more interesting person than Prince in 1984 and many people don't know just how great he had become as a leader, humanitarian, musician, mentor, etc.

Reply #25 posted 01/07/19 4:51pm

violetcrush

donnyenglish said:

violetcrush said:

The 1980's could easily cover more than one episode. There are 9 albums (if you count his first two in '78 and '79), plus all of the protege groups, the PR film, SOTT film, and all of his tours. It seems this decade could easily take up several episodes depending on how detailed they get.

I agree. But, I would say the same of the 2000's and the 10's. I'm most interested in 1972-1982 and 2006-2016. 72-82 is what shaped him. 06-16 is the man that he ulitmately evolved into. I feel like 83-90 has always been the focus and I would actually be disappointed if she spent an inordinate amount of time on that period. I'm not saying don't give that period equal time, but it should not be beyond equal time. Prince in 2014 is a much more interesting person than Prince in 1984 and many people don't know just how great he had become as a leader, humanitarian, musician, mentor, etc.

I don't think there will be a ton of footage from '72-80 unless the family contributes new childhood photos, home movies, etc. I think any new footage from the 80's that has never been seen would be very important to include. I don't know that Prince in 2014 was more interesting - he was just more mature in certain ways, more spiritual, and much more mellow.

Reply #26 posted 01/08/19 1:00am

Lovejunky

donnyenglish said:

They could do the 6 episodes by time period. 1. His childhood. 2. Early career. 3. The 1980's. 4. Slave era/90's. 5. Independent 2000's. 6. His last years/days.

Better yet, they could do it by topic: 1. Spirit; 2. Musician; 3. Live Performer; 4. Comedian; 5. Visionary; 6. Humanitarian

I love that idea....

Set him free from the Chains of Purple rain...

“LOVE IS THE MASTERPLAN”
Reply #27 posted 01/08/19 1:38am

NouveauDance

lust said:

NouveauDance said:

There was a Prince-themed cruise?

If they didn’t blast “Get on the boat” at boarding time, someone needs to get sacked.

lol

Reply #28 posted 01/08/19 1:49am

milesb

lust said:

NouveauDance said:

There was a Prince-themed cruise?

If they didn’t blast “Get on the boat” at boarding time, someone needs to get sacked.

If they didnt, then Something In The Water (Does Not Compute)

My password is what
Reply #29 posted 01/08/19 2:32am

KeithyT

lust said:

NouveauDance said:

There was a Prince-themed cruise?

If they didn’t blast “Get on the boat” at boarding time, someone needs to get sacked.

lol

Just somewhere in the middle,
Not too good and not too bad.
Reply #30 posted 01/08/19 3:12am

darkroman

donnyenglish said:

darkroman said:

So this isn't a documentary at all, it's a compilation of video clips stretched over six episodes.

I very much doubt Prince footage exists of him discussing each and every project ever conceived.

Looks a mess already and the time is ticking.


neutral

He recorded everything. I bet there is a ton of audio of him talking during recording sessions that can fill 20 episodes if they wanted to. I would much rather hear his words than the usual "he got the idea for _____ from me" stuff that many of his associates are now freely saying in his absense. There is so much in the vault where Prince's story can be told by him and his music.


If that is the case then that will be great... but I doubt it.

So what you are saying is that Prince each day would set up a camera and record himself discussing the ins-and-outs of recording all of his tracks and performing all of his shows and making all of his videos and planning all of the artwork for every album and single release.

If this exists then it will be the holy grail.

I really do not believe Prince was that much of a narcissist - after all his was busy creating music.

If these documentaries are to be made up of Prince commentries then that will be great, but I'm not one to inflate something until it is proven to exist.

wink

Reply #31 posted 01/08/19 4:12am

Strawberrylova123

violetcrush said:

 



donnyenglish said:


 



violetcrush said:


 


 


The 1980's could easily cover more than one episode.  There are 9 albums (if you count his first two in '78 and '79), plus all of the protege groups, the PR film, SOTT film, and all of his tours.  It seems this decade could easily take up several episodes depending on how detailed they get.



 


I agree.  But, I would say the same of the 2000's and the 10's.  I'm most interested in 1972-1982 and 2006-2016.  72-82 is what shaped him. 06-16 is the man that he ulitmately evolved into.  I feel like 83-90 has always been the focus and I would actually be disappointed if she spent an inordinate amount of time on that period.  I'm not saying don't give that period equal time, but it should not be beyond equal time.  Prince in 2014 is a much more interesting person than Prince in 1984 and many people don't know just how great he had become as a leader, humanitarian, musician, mentor, etc.          



 


I don't think there will be a ton of footage from '72-80 unless the family contributes new childhood photos, home movies, etc.  I think any new footage from the 80's that has never been seen would be very important to include.  I don't know that Prince in 2014 was more interesting - he was just more mature in certain ways, more spiritual, and much more mellow.  


There's footage of him in the late 60s at camp according to Alex hahn
Reply #32 posted 01/08/19 4:17am

iZsaZsa

darkroman said:

donnyenglish said:

him discussing each and every project ever conceived.


all of his tracks and performing all of his shows and making all of his videos and planning all of the artwork for every album and single release.

Of course not.

Reply #33 posted 01/08/19 4:58am

violetcrush

Strawberrylova123 said:

violetcrush said:

I don't think there will be a ton of footage from '72-80 unless the family contributes new childhood photos, home movies, etc. I think any new footage from the 80's that has never been seen would be very important to include. I don't know that Prince in 2014 was more interesting - he was just more mature in certain ways, more spiritual, and much more mellow.

There's footage of him in the late 60s at camp according to Alex hahn

Really!!! Okay, well that would be fantastic to see. No doubt, any additional photos/footage from his childhood would be fantastic to see. My thought was that back then they didn't do much with video, it was mainly photos. It would also be great to see any video footage of his Dad playing as a jazz pianist with his Mom singing, but that is probably a long-shot since it was the early to mid 50's.

Reply #34 posted 01/08/19 5:06am

paulludvig

darkroman said:

 



donnyenglish said:


 



darkroman said:


So this isn't a documentary at all, it's a compilation of video clips stretched over six episodes.

I very much doubt Prince footage exists of him discussing each and every project ever conceived.

Looks a mess already and the time is ticking.


neutral



 


He recorded everything.  I bet there is a ton of audio of him talking during recording sessions that can fill 20 episodes if they wanted to.  I would much rather hear his words than the usual "he got the idea for _____ from me" stuff that many of his associates are now freely saying in his absense.  There is so much in the vault where Prince's story can be told by him and his music.     




If that is the case then that will be great... but I doubt it.

So what you are saying is that Prince each day would set up a camera and record himself discussing the ins-and-outs of recording all of his tracks and performing all of his shows and making all of his videos and planning all of the artwork for every album and single release.

If this exists then it will be the holy grail. 

I really do not believe Prince was that much of a narcissist - after all his was busy creating music.

If these documentaries are to be made up of Prince commentries then that will be great, but I'm not one to inflate something until it is proven to exist.

wink



Why do you need footage or recordings of Prince explaining his work?
The wooh is on the one!
Reply #35 posted 01/08/19 5:07am

donnyenglish

darkroman said:

 



donnyenglish said:


 



darkroman said:


So this isn't a documentary at all, it's a compilation of video clips stretched over six episodes.

I very much doubt Prince footage exists of him discussing each and every project ever conceived.

Looks a mess already and the time is ticking.


neutral



 


He recorded everything.  I bet there is a ton of audio of him talking during recording sessions that can fill 20 episodes if they wanted to.  I would much rather hear his words than the usual "he got the idea for _____ from me" stuff that many of his associates are now freely saying in his absense.  There is so much in the vault where Prince's story can be told by him and his music.     




If that is the case then that will be great... but I doubt it.

So what you are saying is that Prince each day would set up a camera and record himself discussing the ins-and-outs of recording all of his tracks and performing all of his shows and making all of his videos and planning all of the artwork for every album and single release.

If this exists then it will be the holy grail. 

I really do not believe Prince was that much of a narcissist - after all his was busy creating music.

If these documentaries are to be made up of Prince commentries then that will be great, but I'm not one to inflate something until it is proven to exist.

wink



I am sure there is plenty of audio from the early years talking about his influences and creative process, but probably not much video.
[Edited 1/8/19 5:08am]
Reply #36 posted 01/08/19 5:11am

jaawwnn

donnyenglish said:

They could do the 6 episodes by time period. 1. His childhood. 2. Early career. 3. The 1980's. 4. Slave era/90's. 5. Independent 2000's. 6. His last years/days.

Better yet, they could do it by topic: 1. Spirit; 2. Musician; 3. Live Performer; 4. Comedian; 5. Visionary; 6. Humanitarian

Jesus Christ no thank you. I'd be watching episodes 2 and 3 and the rest would be just the worst of prince.org.


Prince in his own words is a really good idea, like how the Duane Tudahl includes as many quotes from him as possible. We've had a ton of documentaries of varying quality with talking heads talking about Prince, to narrow it down to only what he said is a brave choice. Especially since he talked some serious wacky shit over the years.

[Edited 1/8/19 5:13am]

Reply #37 posted 01/08/19 5:17am

violetcrush

donnyenglish said:

darkroman said:


If that is the case then that will be great... but I doubt it.

So what you are saying is that Prince each day would set up a camera and record himself discussing the ins-and-outs of recording all of his tracks and performing all of his shows and making all of his videos and planning all of the artwork for every album and single release.

If this exists then it will be the holy grail.

I really do not believe Prince was that much of a narcissist - after all his was busy creating music.

If these documentaries are to be made up of Prince commentries then that will be great, but I'm not one to inflate something until it is proven to exist.

wink

I am sure there is plenty of audio from the early years talking about his influences and creative process, but probably not much video. [Edited 1/8/19 5:08am]

My interest would be to see more actual audio/video footage of the rehearsals with Prince talking to/directing the band. We know there is at least some based on some of the audio that's out there, the black and white warehouse rehearsal before the 6/84 birthday show, and the color footage from the recent NC2U release. I loved the 1983/84 audio rehearsal of The Revolution where the band was just goofing around while Wendy's guitar was being fixed. It was absolutely hilarious. Those types of "fly on the wall" moments would be great to see.

Reply #38 posted 01/08/19 7:10am

ChocolateBox3121

I'm so excited! Should have added one more to make it 7V3N. I'm glad Prince is coming back to do it himself.

I knew Ava (Off topic comment deleted - l'ange bleu - moderator) was the best choice.


[Edited 1/8/19 7:14am]

So Prince, whom fought 4 his first record deal & got it, fought 4 a movie deal & got it, fought 4 freedom from his WB contract & got it, fought 4 his masters & got them.Gets a curable illness & says 2 himself ok, I'm done. "Life is a Box Of Chocolates"
Reply #39 posted 01/08/19 7:16am

jaawwnn

ChocolateBox3121 said:

I'm so excited! Should have added one more to make it 7V3N. I'm glad Prince is coming back to do it himself.

I knew Ava(Off topic coment deleted - l'ange bleu - moderator) was the best choice.

[Edited 1/8/19 7:14am]

Show her this thread.

Reply #40 posted 01/08/19 7:49am

Strawberrylova123

violetcrush said:

 



Strawberrylova123 said:


violetcrush said:

 


 


I don't think there will be a ton of footage from '72-80 unless the family contributes new childhood photos, home movies, etc.  I think any new footage from the 80's that has never been seen would be very important to include.  I don't know that Prince in 2014 was more interesting - he was just more mature in certain ways, more spiritual, and much more mellow.  



There's footage of him in the late 60s at camp according to Alex hahn

 


Really!!! Okay, well that would be fantastic to see.  No doubt, any additional photos/footage from his childhood would be fantastic to see.  My thought was that back then they didn't do much with video, it was mainly photos.   It would also be great to see any video footage of his Dad playing as a jazz pianist with his Mom singing, but that is probably a long-shot since it was the early to mid 50's.


Yeah
Reply #41 posted 01/08/19 8:46am

iZsaZsa

jaawwnn said:

 



ChocolateBox3121 said:


I'm so excited! Should have added one more to make it 7V3N. I'm glad Prince is coming back to do it himself.


 


I knew Ava(Off topic comment deleted - l'ange bleu - moderator) was the best choice.


[Edited 1/8/19 7:14am]



Show her this thread. 


And ask that she get hold of those 50 pages Prince wrote.
Reply #42 posted 01/08/19 8:46am

purplethunder3121

cool

"If you're living, you've got nothing left to prove..."
Reply #43 posted 01/08/19 9:12am

donnyenglish

The soundtrack should be his most introspective songs:

For You

Moonbeam Levels

Free

The Ladder

Anna Stesia

The Grand Progression

Into the Light

Dolphin

Gold

Holy River

The Love We Make

Comeback

One Song

Reflection

Resolution

Way Back Home

Welcome 2 the Dawn

Reply #44 posted 01/08/19 10:10am

pinkcashmere23

donnyenglish said:

violetcrush said:

The 1980's could easily cover more than one episode. There are 9 albums (if you count his first two in '78 and '79), plus all of the protege groups, the PR film, SOTT film, and all of his tours. It seems this decade could easily take up several episodes depending on how detailed they get.

I agree. But, I would say the same of the 2000's and the 10's. I'm most interested in 1972-1982 and 2006-2016. 72-82 is what shaped him. 06-16 is the man that he ulitmately evolved into. I feel like 83-90 has always been the focus and I would actually be disappointed if she spent an inordinate amount of time on that period. I'm not saying don't give that period equal time, but it should not be beyond equal time. Prince in 2014 is a much more interesting person than Prince in 1984 and many people don't know just how great he had become as a leader, humanitarian, musician, mentor, etc.

I'm interested in who he was in his 40's and 50's as well for the same reasons you mentioned and I'm fascinated with the period of 83-88 since that was when he imo wrote and recorded his most interesting music. I would hope that they would devote a bit of time to the last decade since it was one of his most successful and represents his growth. Ava will of course do what she feels and all we can hope is that the finished project does justice to him and puts him in a good light.

Reply #45 posted 01/08/19 11:48am

violetcrush

pinkcashmere23 said:

donnyenglish said:

I agree. But, I would say the same of the 2000's and the 10's. I'm most interested in 1972-1982 and 2006-2016. 72-82 is what shaped him. 06-16 is the man that he ulitmately evolved into. I feel like 83-90 has always been the focus and I would actually be disappointed if she spent an inordinate amount of time on that period. I'm not saying don't give that period equal time, but it should not be beyond equal time. Prince in 2014 is a much more interesting person than Prince in 1984 and many people don't know just how great he had become as a leader, humanitarian, musician, mentor, etc.

I'm interested in who he was in his 40's and 50's as well for the same reasons you mentioned and I'm fascinated with the period of 83-88 since that was when he imo wrote and recorded his most interesting music. I would hope that they would devote a bit of time to the last decade since it was one of his most successful and represents his growth. Ava will of course do what she feels and all we can hope is that the finished project does justice to him and puts him in a good light.

Agreed. All of the decades are interesting and fascinating for the music and various reasons. It's just SO much information - 50 years of constant music and changes for him. It is a daunting task that must be nerve-racking to take on. Very intimidating for sure.

Reply #46 posted 01/08/19 12:36pm

Seahorsie

Ok, we all can't wait to see it. Was there ever any kind of a timetable on when in 2019 it will be ready for airing? I am guessing not until at least fall.

Good morning children...take a look out your window, the world is falling...
Reply #47 posted 01/08/19 12:36pm

pinkcashmere23

violetcrush said:

donnyenglish said:

darkroman said: I am sure there is plenty of audio from the early years talking about his influences and creative process, but probably not much video. [Edited 1/8/19 5:08am]

My interest would be to see more actual audio/video footage of the rehearsals with Prince talking to/directing the band. We know there is at least some based on some of the audio that's out there, the black and white warehouse rehearsal before the 6/84 birthday show, and the color footage from the recent NC2U release. I loved the 1983/84 audio rehearsal of The Revolution where the band was just goofing around while Wendy's guitar was being fixed. It was absolutely hilarious. Those types of "fly on the wall" moments would be great to see.

That would be awesome! I'd love to see that footage!

Reply #48 posted 01/08/19 3:03pm

luvsexy4all

so basically she has access to all vault footage/music??? hope she knows what to do with all that

Reply #49 posted 01/08/19 3:10pm

violetcrush

luvsexy4all said:

so basically she has access to all vault footage/music???    hope she knows what  to do with  all that


I can't imagine the enormity of that task and process
Reply #50 posted 01/08/19 3:19pm

Lovejunky

luvsexy4all said:

so basically she has access to all vault footage/music??? hope she knows what to do with all that

She has already said that" LOVE "will guide her....

“LOVE IS THE MASTERPLAN”
Reply #51 posted 01/08/19 3:44pm

violetcrush

Lovejunky said:

 



luvsexy4all said:


so basically she has access to all vault footage/music???    hope she knows what  to do with  all that



She has already said that" LOVE "will guide her....


Well, certainly love is very important, so hopefully she is mixing that with a strong knowledge of what has already been publicly documented vs never before seen material. Although, since only a handful of people know the vault material that hasn't been seen the viewers won't really know how or if they would prefer it to have been done differently.
Reply #52 posted 01/08/19 3:58pm

ChocolateBox3121

Lovejunky said:

luvsexy4all said:

so basically she has access to all vault footage/music??? hope she knows what to do with all that

She has already said that" LOVE "will guide her....

Because she is a Prince fan...........

So Prince, whom fought 4 his first record deal & got it, fought 4 a movie deal & got it, fought 4 freedom from his WB contract & got it, fought 4 his masters & got them.Gets a curable illness & says 2 himself ok, I'm done. "Life is a Box Of Chocolates"
Reply #53 posted 01/08/19 4:22pm

donnyenglish

I think that this could be the most important post death Prince release that the world will ever see. This will captures his legacy beyond 1984. He was so much more than that and this will be what children and scholars reference 300 years from now when they are learning about why our Prince was so great. Nothing else will touch the depth of this release. There will be vault releases, books, biopics, boxsets, documentaries, etc., but this will be a deep dive into who Prince was and will frame his legacy properly. Prayers for Ava and her work. I have a great feeling that this is going to be very special.

Reply #54 posted 01/08/19 4:30pm

luvsexy4all

donnyenglish said:

I think that this could be the most important post death Prince release that the world will ever see. This will captures his legacy beyond 1984. He was so much more than that and this will be what children and scholars reference 300 years from now when they are learning about why our Prince was so great. Nothing else will touch the depth of this release. There will be vault releases, books, biopics, boxsets, documentaries, etc., but this will be a deep dive into who Prince was and will frame his legacy properly. Prayers for Ava and her work. I have a great feeling that this is going to be very special.

I should have final approval of this thing...

Reply #55 posted 01/08/19 5:28pm

iZsaZsa

luvsexy4all said:

donnyenglish said:

I think that this could be the most important post death Prince release that the world will ever see. This will captures his legacy beyond 1984. He was so much more than that and this will be what children and scholars reference 300 years from now when they are learning about why our Prince was so great. Nothing else will touch the depth of this release. There will be vault releases, books, biopics, boxsets, documentaries, etc., but this will be a deep dive into who Prince was and will frame his legacy properly. Prayers for Ava and her work. I have a great feeling that this is going to be very special.

I should have final approval of this thing...

Fine by me. lol

Reply #56 posted 01/08/19 5:38pm

Lovejunky

donnyenglish said:

I think that this could be the most important post death Prince release that the world will ever see. This will captures his legacy beyond 1984. He was so much more than that and this will be what children and scholars reference 300 years from now when they are learning about why our Prince was so great. Nothing else will touch the depth of this release. There will be vault releases, books, biopics, boxsets, documentaries, etc., but this will be a deep dive into who Prince was and will frame his legacy properly. Prayers for Ava and her work. I have a great feeling that this is going to be very special.

I agree....

Now..if they release it on April 21 2020....

It will be a rebirth....

“LOVE IS THE MASTERPLAN”
Reply #57 posted 01/10/19 9:31am

Ugot2shakesumthin

donnyenglish said:

The soundtrack should be his most introspective songs: 


For You


Moonbeam Levels


Free


The Ladder


Anna Stesia


The Grand Progression


Into the Light


Dolphin


Gold


Holy River


The Love We Make


Comeback


One Song


Reflection


Resolution


Way Back Home


Welcome 2 the Dawn


 



Bleh. I hope no one from the project reads this and takes this seriously.
President Trump is a disgusting piece of shit.
Reply #58 posted 01/10/19 9:32am

Ugot2shakesumthin

Really looking forward to this. I like the narrative approach and love that it’s six episodes. There is no way to do justice to Prince and his body of work in a rushed way.
President Trump is a disgusting piece of shit.
Reply #59 posted 01/10/19 9:54am

rdhull

Lovejunky said:

luvsexy4all said:

so basically she has access to all vault footage/music??? hope she knows what to do with all that

She has already said that" LOVE "will guide her....

lol

Lost your keys? check princevault..lost your relationhip? check princevault..they have all the answers
Reply #60 posted 01/10/19 1:09pm

Lovejunky

donnyenglish said:

The soundtrack should be his most introspective songs:

For You

Moonbeam Levels

Free

The Ladder

Anna Stesia

The Grand Progression

Into the Light

Dolphin

Gold

Holy River

The Love We Make

Comeback

One Song

Reflection

Resolution

Way Back Home

Welcome 2 the Dawn

I agree....

“LOVE IS THE MASTERPLAN”
Reply #61 posted 01/10/19 2:26pm

Farfunknugin

Lovejunky said:

donnyenglish said:

The soundtrack should be his most introspective songs:

For You

Moonbeam Levels

Free

The Ladder

Anna Stesia

The Grand Progression

Into the Light

Dolphin

Gold

Holy River

The Love We Make

Comeback

One Song

Reflection

Resolution

Way Back Home

Welcome 2 the Dawn

I agree....

Gold? (meh) Not necessarily introspective but I'd also throw Phermone, The Undertaker & a live version of Adore (SF Fillmore from 04 off the top of my head)

Fingers crossed theres some additional aftershow footage from the Camden 88 aftershow floating around, any footage from this era would blow minds. Will we hear/see The Rebels recordings & other side projects as well? The possibilities are staggering.

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Reply #62 posted 01/10/19 6:18pm

Goddess4Real

I hope for some unseen footage of Prince with The Time and Vanity 6 beg

Keep Calm & Listen To Prince
Reply #63 posted 01/13/19 9:42am

Graycap23

luv4u said:

wow, looks interesting.


Netflix Prince Documentary Narrated by Prince Himself?!?!?






He has never seen it done this way?

Check out the Quincy Jones Doc...........

FOOLS multiply when WISE Men & Women are silent.
Reply #64 posted 01/16/19 9:00pm

Kobe

Profiting from the dead... reminds you of The Undertaker

And girls, if you wanna to get that lovely tattoo of the sunrise rising out of your ass crack... Gorgeous when you're 20, but when you're 50, it's an octopus chasing a fucking starfish ~ Robin Williams
Reply #65 posted 01/17/19 9:45am

skywalker

Kobe said:

Profiting from the dead... reminds you of The Undertaker

It's called keeping the legacy alive. How would you rather have it?

"New Power slide...."
Reply #66 posted 01/17/19 11:37am

Ugot2shakesumthin

skywalker said:

 



Kobe said:


Profiting from the dead... reminds you of The Undertaker 



 


It's called keeping the legacy alive. How would you rather have it?



Yep. It’s also called entertainment. That’s the business he was in and what we all enjoyed about him. Whether it be books, records, shows, all of it.
President Trump is a disgusting piece of shit.
Reply #67 posted 01/17/19 12:24pm

TwiliteKid

Kobe said:

Profiting from the dead... reminds you of The Undertaker

How so? The Undertake is about guns/drugs.

Reply #68 posted 01/17/19 12:42pm

rdhull

TwiliteKid said:

Kobe said:

Profiting from the dead... reminds you of The Undertaker

How so? The Undertake is about guns/drugs.

and vomit

Lost your keys? check princevault..lost your relationhip? check princevault..they have all the answers
Reply #69 posted 01/17/19 11:07pm

EnDoRpHn

Does anyone have the content from the URL in the OP?

Site is 404.
Reply #70 posted 01/18/19 1:15am

Lovejunky

EnDoRpHn said:

Does anyone have the content from the URL in the OP? Site is 404.

Strange that its been removed...

“LOVE IS THE MASTERPLAN”
Reply #71 posted 01/18/19 10:28am

onlyforaminute

Lovejunky said:

EnDoRpHn said:

Does anyone have the content from the URL in the OP? Site is 404.

Strange that its been removed...



Yep. neutral

"The sole purpose of a child's middle name is so he can tell when he's really in trouble.

- Somebody
Reply #72 posted 01/19/19 3:39pm

violetcrush

TwiliteKid said:

Kobe said:

Profiting from the dead... reminds you of The Undertaker

How so? The Undertake is about guns/drugs.

The Undertaker - about gun violence, violence on TV, and Crack Cocaine leading to an early death:

*

Put away the guns for future's sake
Don't you be another number for the undertaker
Put away the guns for future's sake
Don't you be another number for the undertaker

*

Turn off the violence, there's children watching
Listen to the silence, it's a better box to be in
Turn off the violence, there's children watching
Listen to the silence, it's a better box to be in

*

Don't go with the crack
Might never come back
Don't go with the crack
You might never come back

*

Nothing at all to do with profiting from a celebrity's death...

Reply #73 posted 01/19/19 8:31pm

ladygirl99

Can't wait to see it and here for the comments to the reaction of this documentary. smile I am kind of skeptical because Ava does those Woke projects and Prince was more transcend but I will see what she got for us to see.

Reply #74 posted 01/20/19 9:54pm

Kobe

An Undertaker (ing) Company is a business.. Just Google it and see what comes up

And girls, if you wanna to get that lovely tattoo of the sunrise rising out of your ass crack... Gorgeous when you're 20, but when you're 50, it's an octopus chasing a fucking starfish ~ Robin Williams
Reply #75 posted 01/21/19 9:00am

violetcrush

Kobe said:

An Undertaker (ing) Company is a business.. Just Google it and see what comes up

Right, but I think Prince's use of the word Undertaker in the song lyric is relating to the guns and drugs "taking you under" - as in putting you "six feet under", or causing your early death. He was the master of spinning words or using word-play to create a certain message within his lyrics.

URL: http://prince.org/msg/7/457877/DETAILS-ON-NETFLIX-PRINCE-DOCUMENTARY

Date printed: Mon 21st Jan 2019 3:00pm PST