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Thread started 09/05/16 7:26am

terrig

Questloves Sets this weekend

Not sure if this should be here or concerts?

But anyway - he deserves to be considered an associated artist at this point -

Questloves sets were the dirtiest nastiest funk I have ever heard - he went out of his way to highlight and serve up Princes underlying funk - it was amazing!

I was so blown away I didnt focus enough to ID everything but if you were there PLEASE if oyu can ID what you know?

Maybe we can previal upon him to release his sets?

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Reply #1 posted 09/05/16 8:01am

paulludvig

Could someone list the songs he played?
The wooh is on the one!
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Reply #2 posted 09/05/16 3:08pm

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I went to all three shows, so it's all kind of a blur. I remember these.

Baby I'm A Star rehearsal (at least 20 mins)

Around The World In A Day (different than album version)

It's A Wonderful Day

Train

Teacher, Teacher

Last Heart

Witness 4 The Prosecution

Movie Star

Adonis and Bathsheba

We Can Funk

You're In My System

Velvet Kitty Cat

Moonbeam Levels

Baby Go-Go

The Bird rehearsal

If I Could Get Your Attention (Taja)

Violet Blue (Jill)

I Guess It's All Over (Mazarati)

Lot's of normal Prince stuff too. If I can think of more I'll add them later. We're talking almost 10 hours of him DJing.

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Dupe

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Reply #4 posted 09/05/16 3:47pm

terrig

motherfunka said:

I went to all three shows, so it's all kind of a blur. I remember these.

Baby I'm A Star rehearsal (at least 20 mins)

Around The World In A Day (different than album version)

It's A Wonderful Day

Train

Teacher, Teacher

Last Heart

Witness 4 The Prosecution

Movie Star

Adonis and Bathsheba

We Can Funk

You're In My System

Velvet Kitty Cat

Moonbeam Levels

Baby Go-Go

The Bird rehearsal

If I Could Get Your Attention (Taja)

Violet Blue (Jill)

I Guess It's All Over (Mazarati)

Lot's of normal Prince stuff too. If I can think of more I'll add them later. We're talking almost 10 hours of him DJing.


There was a few different insane versions of 17 Days too that made me whip my phone out but I was dancing so hard I didnt do it till Imissed most of it lololol

I asked him on social media to slip us a setlist - will let you know if he answers me smile


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Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

The Bird Rehearsal (Prince) - Not sure if we have this. Prince trying out The Bird at rehearsal. Seemed to be making up words on the spot.
High Fashion (Prince) - Prince's version KILLS. Please Lord let a Prince version of The Family record come out!!!
Feel U Up (Prince) - Early version but different than the early version we already have. Funky as hell.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Early version we have.
I Don't Wanna Leave You (The Time) - Album version.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Extra long extended version.
Instrumental (Prince) - Uptempo, sounded very 1987, with Eric Leeds and Atlanta Bliss, slightly like It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night.

Miss Understood (The Family Outtake) - Lost classic if you ask me.
Lady Cab Driver (Prince) - Live version.
If I Could Get Your Attention (Jill Jones version)

The Time Outtake - Didn't recognize this at all, from any of the albums, including Corporate World. Sounded like it could have been Ice Cream Castles era or later.

The Bird (The Time) - Either a demo, or studio version with Morris on vocals.
Love 89 (Patti Labelle version)

Jealous Girl (Not Prince's version) - A female lead but I can't remember who. Maybe Vanity?
Unidentified Female Protege Song - Maybe another Vanity 6 outtake? Possibly Jill Jones? Never heard it before.
My Man (Jill Jones)

The Flesh Song - Not familiar enough with all of The Flesh songs to remember which one. Not Junk Music though, which I listen to regularly.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Fantastic early version that has rock guitar pulses instead of the synth pulses. Completely changes the feel of the song. Amazing!
Around The World In A Day (Prince) - This might be the early version we have with the funkier bass line. Havent listened to it in awhile.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Studio version.

Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden (Jill Jones/Prince) - This was peculiar. Our Destiny was almost exactly like the demo with Lisa, including The Ladder strings at the beginning, and also more strings throughout the song, but it was Jill on vocals. The "Rita Hayworth never treat you like this," line was changed to a different name, but I couldn't make it out. Then, it segued right into Roadhouse Garden with Prince on vocals. LOVED the studio version of Roadhouse. This MUST be released. Incredible.

Love And Sex (Prince) - 1984 version. That classic '84 Revolution groove you could listen to all day. Think America with a funky synth line, and an even more urgent vocal. Like "Now Jimmy lives on a mushroom cloud," kind of urgent. HOT!
Kiss Me Quick (Prince) - The version we have.

Make Yo Mama Happy (Prince) - Crystal Ball version we have.

Strange Way (Prince) - I had never heard the entire version of this until now. Absolutely fantastic song.
Purple Music (Prince) - Hearing a pristine version of this over the First Ave sound system completely gave it new life for me. Undeniable classic.
Happy Birthday Mr. Christian (Apollonia 6) - Album version.

Splash (Prince) - The NPGMC version we have.
Another Flesh Song - Didn't know which one this was.

Revolution Rehearsal - Couldn't remember the song. He called out for the band to hit him 25 times, two separate times, and then again 63 times! Awesome.

Modernaire (The Modernaires) - Purple Rain version. Kind of cool to hear this at First Ave. Looking around at the club while it was playing kind of felt like being in the movie.

Possessed (Prince) - Studio version in pristine quality. My God, we need a "new" Revolution album. So much gold from that era.

Reunited (Prince) - Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!

Rock This Mutha (Prince) - Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.

Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.

Starfish And Coffee (Prince) - 1996 Muppets version but longer than what we have. There were parts that I had never heard before, including a longer outro that got the crowd singing along.

Girls And Boys (Not Prince) - This was a slower kind of calypso version, that sounded like it was performed by the 93-95 era NPG. Think Ripopgodazippa, with the B3 organ and such, but sung as a duet between an male and female voice. I have no idea who was singing. Interesting. Maybe it was Sonny and Nona? Who knows?

Train (Prince) - The Dream Factory version. Oddly, the quality was a little muddy which made me think Quest doesn't have FULL access to the Vault just yet. biggrin

I Wonder (Prince) - The version we have already.



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Reply #6 posted 09/06/16 10:40am

paulludvig

I think this thread belongs in music and more
The wooh is on the one!
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Reply #7 posted 09/06/16 11:24am

terrig

paulludvig said:

I think this thread belongs in music and more


I oriinally posted it in Associated Artists but they moved it here....

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Reply #8 posted 09/06/16 11:39am

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terrig said:



paulludvig said:


I think this thread belongs in music and more


I oriinally posted it in Associated Artists but they moved it here....

shrug



I feel like even if a new thread gets started in the Prince forum, it will get locked and redirected to the Vault sticky.
"That's when stars collide. When there's space for what u want, and ur heart is open wide."
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Reply #9 posted 09/06/16 2:37pm

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There was a demo vocal of La La La Hee Hee Hee played. Sound out of key and sung in his normal tone instead of a falcetto...it was mixed in with the released version. (The lyrics were from the demo version and when it was done the regular one was switched).

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Emotional Pump was also played

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Reply #11 posted 09/06/16 3:13pm

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So nuthin' past 1989. Of course.

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SchlomoThaHomo said:

Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

The Bird Rehearsal (Prince) - Not sure if we have this. Prince trying out The Bird at rehearsal. Seemed to be making up words on the spot.
High Fashion (Prince) - Prince's version KILLS. Please Lord let a Prince version of The Family record come out!!!
Feel U Up (Prince) - Early version but different than the early version we already have. Funky as hell.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Early version we have.
I Don't Wanna Leave You (The Time) - Album version.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Extra long extended version.
Instrumental (Prince) - Uptempo, sounded very 1987, with Eric Leeds and Atlanta Bliss, slightly like It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night.

Miss Understood (The Family Outtake) - Lost classic if you ask me.
Lady Cab Driver (Prince) - Live version.
If I Could Get Your Attention (Jill Jones version)

The Time Outtake - Didn't recognize this at all, from any of the albums, including Corporate World. Sounded like it could have been Ice Cream Castles era or later.

The Bird (The Time) - Either a demo, or studio version with Morris on vocals.
Love 89 (Patti Labelle version)

Jealous Girl (Not Prince's version) - A female lead but I can't remember who. Maybe Vanity?
Unidentified Female Protege Song - Maybe another Vanity 6 outtake? Possibly Jill Jones? Never heard it before.
My Man (Jill Jones)

The Flesh Song - Not familiar enough with all of The Flesh songs to remember which one. Not Junk Music though, which I listen to regularly.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Fantastic early version that has rock guitar pulses instead of the synth pulses. Completely changes the feel of the song. Amazing!
Around The World In A Day (Prince) - This might be the early version we have with the funkier bass line. Havent listened to it in awhile.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Studio version.

Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden (Jill Jones/Prince) - This was peculiar. Our Destiny was almost exactly like the demo with Lisa, including The Ladder strings at the beginning, and also more strings throughout the song, but it was Jill on vocals. The "Rita Hayworth never treat you like this," line was changed to a different name, but I couldn't make it out. Then, it segued right into Roadhouse Garden with Prince on vocals. LOVED the studio version of Roadhouse. This MUST be released. Incredible.

Love And Sex (Prince) - 1984 version. That classic '84 Revolution groove you could listen to all day. Think America with a funky synth line, and an even more urgent vocal. Like "Now Jimmy lives on a mushroom cloud," kind of urgent. HOT!
Kiss Me Quick (Prince) - The version we have.

Make Yo Mama Happy (Prince) - Crystal Ball version we have.

Strange Way (Prince) - I had never heard the entire version of this until now. Absolutely fantastic song.
Purple Music (Prince) - Hearing a pristine version of this over the First Ave sound system completely gave it new life for me. Undeniable classic.
Happy Birthday Mr. Christian (Apollonia 6) - Album version.

Splash (Prince) - The NPGMC version we have.
Another Flesh Song - Didn't know which one this was.

Revolution Rehearsal - Couldn't remember the song. He called out for the band to hit him 25 times, two separate times, and then again 63 times! Awesome.

Modernaire (The Modernaires) - Purple Rain version. Kind of cool to hear this at First Ave. Looking around at the club while it was playing kind of felt like being in the movie.

Possessed (Prince) - Studio version in pristine quality. My God, we need a "new" Revolution album. So much gold from that era.

Reunited (Prince) - Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!

Rock This Mutha (Prince) - Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.

Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.

Starfish And Coffee (Prince) - 1996 Muppets version but longer than what we have. There were parts that I had never heard before, including a longer outro that got the crowd singing along.

Girls And Boys (Not Prince) - This was a slower kind of calypso version, that sounded like it was performed by the 93-95 era NPG. Think Ripopgodazippa, with the B3 organ and such, but sung as a duet between an male and female voice. I have no idea who was singing. Interesting. Maybe it was Sonny and Nona? Who knows?

Train (Prince) - The Dream Factory version. Oddly, the quality was a little muddy which made me think Quest doesn't have FULL access to the Vault just yet. biggrin

I Wonder (Prince) - The version we have already.



Damn this is really really interesting, thanks so much for taking the time to compile this list, I'm really hoping we get to hear more of this in the future.

BTW I think somebody posted the version of Girls And Boys that Quest played on Youtube, AFAIK it's not Prince related but is a cover by a French band called The Dynamics (the description says they're from Detroit but I think the person who uploaded it was confusing them with an earlier band), here's the video:

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SchlomoThaHomo said:

Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

The Bird Rehearsal (Prince) - Not sure if we have this. Prince trying out The Bird at rehearsal. Seemed to be making up words on the spot.
High Fashion (Prince) - Prince's version KILLS. Please Lord let a Prince version of The Family record come out!!!
Feel U Up (Prince) - Early version but different than the early version we already have. Funky as hell.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Early version we have.
I Don't Wanna Leave You (The Time) - Album version.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Extra long extended version.
Instrumental (Prince) - Uptempo, sounded very 1987, with Eric Leeds and Atlanta Bliss, slightly like It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night.


Miss Understood (The Family Outtake) - Lost classic if you ask me.
Lady Cab Driver (Prince) - Live version.
If I Could Get Your Attention (Jill Jones version)


The Time Outtake - Didn't recognize this at all, from any of the albums, including Corporate World. Sounded like it could have been Ice Cream Castles era or later.


The Bird (The Time) - Either a demo, or studio version with Morris on vocals.
Love 89 (Patti Labelle version)


Jealous Girl (Not Prince's version) - A female lead but I can't remember who. Maybe Vanity?
Unidentified Female Protege Song - Maybe another Vanity 6 outtake? Possibly Jill Jones? Never heard it before.
My Man (Jill Jones)


The Flesh Song - Not familiar enough with all of The Flesh songs to remember which one. Not Junk Music though, which I listen to regularly.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Fantastic early version that has rock guitar pulses instead of the synth pulses. Completely changes the feel of the song. Amazing!
Around The World In A Day (Prince) - This might be the early version we have with the funkier bass line. Havent listened to it in awhile.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Studio version.


Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden (Jill Jones/Prince) - This was peculiar. Our Destiny was almost exactly like the demo with Lisa, including The Ladder strings at the beginning, and also more strings throughout the song, but it was Jill on vocals. The "Rita Hayworth never treat you like this," line was changed to a different name, but I couldn't make it out. Then, it segued right into Roadhouse Garden with Prince on vocals. LOVED the studio version of Roadhouse. This MUST be released. Incredible.


Love And Sex (Prince) - 1984 version. That classic '84 Revolution groove you could listen to all day. Think America with a funky synth line, and an even more urgent vocal. Like "Now Jimmy lives on a mushroom cloud," kind of urgent. HOT!
Kiss Me Quick (Prince) - The version we have.


Make Yo Mama Happy (Prince) - Crystal Ball version we have.


Strange Way (Prince) - I had never heard the entire version of this until now. Absolutely fantastic song.
Purple Music (Prince) - Hearing a pristine version of this over the First Ave sound system completely gave it new life for me. Undeniable classic.
Happy Birthday Mr. Christian (Apollonia 6) - Album version.


Splash (Prince) - The NPGMC version we have.
Another Flesh Song - Didn't know which one this was.


Revolution Rehearsal - Couldn't remember the song. He called out for the band to hit him 25 times, two separate times, and then again 63 times! Awesome.


Modernaire (The Modernaires) - Purple Rain version. Kind of cool to hear this at First Ave. Looking around at the club while it was playing kind of felt like being in the movie.


Possessed (Prince) - Studio version in pristine quality. My God, we need a "new" Revolution album. So much gold from that era.


Reunited (Prince) - Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!


Rock This Mutha (Prince) - Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.


Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.


Starfish And Coffee (Prince) - 1996 Muppets version but longer than what we have. There were parts that I had never heard before, including a longer outro that got the crowd singing along.


Girls And Boys (Not Prince) - This was a slower kind of calypso version, that sounded like it was performed by the 93-95 era NPG. Think Ripopgodazippa, with the B3 organ and such, but sung as a duet between an male and female voice. I have no idea who was singing. Interesting. Maybe it was Sonny and Nona? Who knows?


Train (Prince) - The Dream Factory version. Oddly, the quality was a little muddy which made me think Quest doesn't have FULL access to the Vault just yet. biggrin


I Wonder (Prince) - The version we have already.






OMP! Impressive. Thank you for the list and commentary.
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Reply #14 posted 09/07/16 1:29am

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Pgeishirt said:

SchlomoThaHomo said:

Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

The Bird Rehearsal (Prince) - Not sure if we have this. Prince trying out The Bird at rehearsal. Seemed to be making up words on the spot.
High Fashion (Prince) - Prince's version KILLS. Please Lord let a Prince version of The Family record come out!!!
Feel U Up (Prince) - Early version but different than the early version we already have. Funky as hell.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Early version we have.
I Don't Wanna Leave You (The Time) - Album version.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Extra long extended version.
Instrumental (Prince) - Uptempo, sounded very 1987, with Eric Leeds and Atlanta Bliss, slightly like It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night.

Miss Understood (The Family Outtake) - Lost classic if you ask me.
Lady Cab Driver (Prince) - Live version.
If I Could Get Your Attention (Jill Jones version)

The Time Outtake - Didn't recognize this at all, from any of the albums, including Corporate World. Sounded like it could have been Ice Cream Castles era or later.

The Bird (The Time) - Either a demo, or studio version with Morris on vocals.
Love 89 (Patti Labelle version)

Jealous Girl (Not Prince's version) - A female lead but I can't remember who. Maybe Vanity?
Unidentified Female Protege Song - Maybe another Vanity 6 outtake? Possibly Jill Jones? Never heard it before.
My Man (Jill Jones)

The Flesh Song - Not familiar enough with all of The Flesh songs to remember which one. Not Junk Music though, which I listen to regularly.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Fantastic early version that has rock guitar pulses instead of the synth pulses. Completely changes the feel of the song. Amazing!
Around The World In A Day (Prince) - This might be the early version we have with the funkier bass line. Havent listened to it in awhile.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Studio version.

Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden (Jill Jones/Prince) - This was peculiar. Our Destiny was almost exactly like the demo with Lisa, including The Ladder strings at the beginning, and also more strings throughout the song, but it was Jill on vocals. The "Rita Hayworth never treat you like this," line was changed to a different name, but I couldn't make it out. Then, it segued right into Roadhouse Garden with Prince on vocals. LOVED the studio version of Roadhouse. This MUST be released. Incredible.

Love And Sex (Prince) - 1984 version. That classic '84 Revolution groove you could listen to all day. Think America with a funky synth line, and an even more urgent vocal. Like "Now Jimmy lives on a mushroom cloud," kind of urgent. HOT!
Kiss Me Quick (Prince) - The version we have.

Make Yo Mama Happy (Prince) - Crystal Ball version we have.

Strange Way (Prince) - I had never heard the entire version of this until now. Absolutely fantastic song.
Purple Music (Prince) - Hearing a pristine version of this over the First Ave sound system completely gave it new life for me. Undeniable classic.
Happy Birthday Mr. Christian (Apollonia 6) - Album version.

Splash (Prince) - The NPGMC version we have.
Another Flesh Song - Didn't know which one this was.

Revolution Rehearsal - Couldn't remember the song. He called out for the band to hit him 25 times, two separate times, and then again 63 times! Awesome.

Modernaire (The Modernaires) - Purple Rain version. Kind of cool to hear this at First Ave. Looking around at the club while it was playing kind of felt like being in the movie.

Possessed (Prince) - Studio version in pristine quality. My God, we need a "new" Revolution album. So much gold from that era.

Reunited (Prince) - Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!

Rock This Mutha (Prince) - Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.

Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.

Starfish And Coffee (Prince) - 1996 Muppets version but longer than what we have. There were parts that I had never heard before, including a longer outro that got the crowd singing along.

Girls And Boys (Not Prince) - This was a slower kind of calypso version, that sounded like it was performed by the 93-95 era NPG. Think Ripopgodazippa, with the B3 organ and such, but sung as a duet between an male and female voice. I have no idea who was singing. Interesting. Maybe it was Sonny and Nona? Who knows?

Train (Prince) - The Dream Factory version. Oddly, the quality was a little muddy which made me think Quest doesn't have FULL access to the Vault just yet. biggrin

I Wonder (Prince) - The version we have already.



OMP! Impressive. Thank you for the list and commentary.

You missed out come electra tuesday

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Dilan said:

Pgeishirt said:

SchlomoThaHomo said: OMP! Impressive. Thank you for the list and commentary.

You missed out come electra tuesday

What did it sound like

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Reply #16 posted 09/07/16 12:03pm

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SchlomoThaHomo said:

Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

The Bird Rehearsal (Prince) - Not sure if we have this. Prince trying out The Bird at rehearsal. Seemed to be making up words on the spot.
High Fashion (Prince) - Prince's version KILLS. Please Lord let a Prince version of The Family record come out!!!
Feel U Up (Prince) - Early version but different than the early version we already have. Funky as hell.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Early version we have.
I Don't Wanna Leave You (The Time) - Album version.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Extra long extended version.
Instrumental (Prince) - Uptempo, sounded very 1987, with Eric Leeds and Atlanta Bliss, slightly like It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night.

Miss Understood (The Family Outtake) - Lost classic if you ask me.
Lady Cab Driver (Prince) - Live version.
If I Could Get Your Attention (Jill Jones version)

The Time Outtake - Didn't recognize this at all, from any of the albums, including Corporate World. Sounded like it could have been Ice Cream Castles era or later.

The Bird (The Time) - Either a demo, or studio version with Morris on vocals.
Love 89 (Patti Labelle version)

Jealous Girl (Not Prince's version) - A female lead but I can't remember who. Maybe Vanity?
Unidentified Female Protege Song - Maybe another Vanity 6 outtake? Possibly Jill Jones? Never heard it before.
My Man (Jill Jones)

The Flesh Song - Not familiar enough with all of The Flesh songs to remember which one. Not Junk Music though, which I listen to regularly.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Fantastic early version that has rock guitar pulses instead of the synth pulses. Completely changes the feel of the song. Amazing!
Around The World In A Day (Prince) - This might be the early version we have with the funkier bass line. Havent listened to it in awhile.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Studio version.

Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden (Jill Jones/Prince) - This was peculiar. Our Destiny was almost exactly like the demo with Lisa, including The Ladder strings at the beginning, and also more strings throughout the song, but it was Jill on vocals. The "Rita Hayworth never treat you like this," line was changed to a different name, but I couldn't make it out. Then, it segued right into Roadhouse Garden with Prince on vocals. LOVED the studio version of Roadhouse. This MUST be released. Incredible.

Love And Sex (Prince) - 1984 version. That classic '84 Revolution groove you could listen to all day. Think America with a funky synth line, and an even more urgent vocal. Like "Now Jimmy lives on a mushroom cloud," kind of urgent. HOT!
Kiss Me Quick (Prince) - The version we have.

Make Yo Mama Happy (Prince) - Crystal Ball version we have.

Strange Way (Prince) - I had never heard the entire version of this until now. Absolutely fantastic song.
Purple Music (Prince) - Hearing a pristine version of this over the First Ave sound system completely gave it new life for me. Undeniable classic.
Happy Birthday Mr. Christian (Apollonia 6) - Album version.

Splash (Prince) - The NPGMC version we have.
Another Flesh Song - Didn't know which one this was.

Revolution Rehearsal - Couldn't remember the song. He called out for the band to hit him 25 times, two separate times, and then again 63 times! Awesome.

Modernaire (The Modernaires) - Purple Rain version. Kind of cool to hear this at First Ave. Looking around at the club while it was playing kind of felt like being in the movie.

Possessed (Prince) - Studio version in pristine quality. My God, we need a "new" Revolution album. So much gold from that era.

Reunited (Prince) - Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!

Rock This Mutha (Prince) - Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.

Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.

Starfish And Coffee (Prince) - 1996 Muppets version but longer than what we have. There were parts that I had never heard before, including a longer outro that got the crowd singing along.

Girls And Boys (Not Prince) - This was a slower kind of calypso version, that sounded like it was performed by the 93-95 era NPG. Think Ripopgodazippa, with the B3 organ and such, but sung as a duet between an male and female voice. I have no idea who was singing. Interesting. Maybe it was Sonny and Nona? Who knows?

Train (Prince) - The Dream Factory version. Oddly, the quality was a little muddy which made me think Quest doesn't have FULL access to the Vault just yet. biggrin

I Wonder (Prince) - The version we have already.



Rock This Mutha was the 12" version of Madhouse "13"

you also missed "Coco Boys"

An early (completely different) instrumental of "Paisley Park" was played on one of the nights too.

Not sure what "Reunited" is, but I'm pretty sure that's not the title wink

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paisleypark4 said:

Dilan said:

You missed out come electra tuesday

What did it sound like

It sounds like christopher tracys parade and these horns that sounds like the intro of 'in love' every couple of seconds. Its good but for some reason I thought that would sound so different and so ridiculously amazing

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paisleypark4 said:

What did it sound like

It sounds like christopher tracys parade and these horns that sounds like the intro of 'in love' every couple of seconds. Its good but for some reason I thought that would sound so different and so ridiculously amazing

So awesome and cool still

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SchlomoThaHomo said:

Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

The Bird Rehearsal (Prince) - Not sure if we have this. Prince trying out The Bird at rehearsal. Seemed to be making up words on the spot.
High Fashion (Prince) - Prince's version KILLS. Please Lord let a Prince version of The Family record come out!!!
Feel U Up (Prince) - Early version but different than the early version we already have. Funky as hell.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Early version we have.
I Don't Wanna Leave You (The Time) - Album version.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Extra long extended version.
Instrumental (Prince) - Uptempo, sounded very 1987, with Eric Leeds and Atlanta Bliss, slightly like It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night.

Miss Understood (The Family Outtake) - Lost classic if you ask me.
Lady Cab Driver (Prince) - Live version.
If I Could Get Your Attention (Jill Jones version)

The Time Outtake - Didn't recognize this at all, from any of the albums, including Corporate World. Sounded like it could have been Ice Cream Castles era or later.

The Bird (The Time) - Either a demo, or studio version with Morris on vocals.
Love 89 (Patti Labelle version)

Jealous Girl (Not Prince's version) - A female lead but I can't remember who. Maybe Vanity?
Unidentified Female Protege Song - Maybe another Vanity 6 outtake? Possibly Jill Jones? Never heard it before.
My Man (Jill Jones)

The Flesh Song - Not familiar enough with all of The Flesh songs to remember which one. Not Junk Music though, which I listen to regularly.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Fantastic early version that has rock guitar pulses instead of the synth pulses. Completely changes the feel of the song. Amazing!
Around The World In A Day (Prince) - This might be the early version we have with the funkier bass line. Havent listened to it in awhile.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Studio version.

Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden (Jill Jones/Prince) - This was peculiar. Our Destiny was almost exactly like the demo with Lisa, including The Ladder strings at the beginning, and also more strings throughout the song, but it was Jill on vocals. The "Rita Hayworth never treat you like this," line was changed to a different name, but I couldn't make it out. Then, it segued right into Roadhouse Garden with Prince on vocals. LOVED the studio version of Roadhouse. This MUST be released. Incredible.

Love And Sex (Prince) - 1984 version. That classic '84 Revolution groove you could listen to all day. Think America with a funky synth line, and an even more urgent vocal. Like "Now Jimmy lives on a mushroom cloud," kind of urgent. HOT!
Kiss Me Quick (Prince) - The version we have.

Make Yo Mama Happy (Prince) - Crystal Ball version we have.

Strange Way (Prince) - I had never heard the entire version of this until now. Absolutely fantastic song.
Purple Music (Prince) - Hearing a pristine version of this over the First Ave sound system completely gave it new life for me. Undeniable classic.
Happy Birthday Mr. Christian (Apollonia 6) - Album version.

Splash (Prince) - The NPGMC version we have.
Another Flesh Song - Didn't know which one this was.

Revolution Rehearsal - Couldn't remember the song. He called out for the band to hit him 25 times, two separate times, and then again 63 times! Awesome.

Modernaire (The Modernaires) - Purple Rain version. Kind of cool to hear this at First Ave. Looking around at the club while it was playing kind of felt like being in the movie.

Possessed (Prince) - Studio version in pristine quality. My God, we need a "new" Revolution album. So much gold from that era.

Reunited (Prince) - Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!

Rock This Mutha (Prince) - Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.

Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.

Starfish And Coffee (Prince) - 1996 Muppets version but longer than what we have. There were parts that I had never heard before, including a longer outro that got the crowd singing along.

Girls And Boys (Not Prince) - This was a slower kind of calypso version, that sounded like it was performed by the 93-95 era NPG. Think Ripopgodazippa, with the B3 organ and such, but sung as a duet between an male and female voice. I have no idea who was singing. Interesting. Maybe it was Sonny and Nona? Who knows?

Train (Prince) - The Dream Factory version. Oddly, the quality was a little muddy which made me think Quest doesn't have FULL access to the Vault just yet. biggrin

I Wonder (Prince) - The version we have already.



Rock This Mutha was the 12" version of Madhouse "13"


If he didn't know that then I'm pretty sure the unknown "The Time Outtake" was Morris Day's "Love Sign". I distinctly remember hearing that one.

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brainchild said:

SchlomoThaHomo said:

Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

The Bird Rehearsal (Prince) - Not sure if we have this. Prince trying out The Bird at rehearsal. Seemed to be making up words on the spot.
High Fashion (Prince) - Prince's version KILLS. Please Lord let a Prince version of The Family record come out!!!
Feel U Up (Prince) - Early version but different than the early version we already have. Funky as hell.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Early version we have.
I Don't Wanna Leave You (The Time) - Album version.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Extra long extended version.
Instrumental (Prince) - Uptempo, sounded very 1987, with Eric Leeds and Atlanta Bliss, slightly like It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night.

Miss Understood (The Family Outtake) - Lost classic if you ask me.
Lady Cab Driver (Prince) - Live version.
If I Could Get Your Attention (Jill Jones version)

The Time Outtake - Didn't recognize this at all, from any of the albums, including Corporate World. Sounded like it could have been Ice Cream Castles era or later.

The Bird (The Time) - Either a demo, or studio version with Morris on vocals.
Love 89 (Patti Labelle version)

Jealous Girl (Not Prince's version) - A female lead but I can't remember who. Maybe Vanity?
Unidentified Female Protege Song - Maybe another Vanity 6 outtake? Possibly Jill Jones? Never heard it before.
My Man (Jill Jones)

The Flesh Song - Not familiar enough with all of The Flesh songs to remember which one. Not Junk Music though, which I listen to regularly.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Fantastic early version that has rock guitar pulses instead of the synth pulses. Completely changes the feel of the song. Amazing!
Around The World In A Day (Prince) - This might be the early version we have with the funkier bass line. Havent listened to it in awhile.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Studio version.

Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden (Jill Jones/Prince) - This was peculiar. Our Destiny was almost exactly like the demo with Lisa, including The Ladder strings at the beginning, and also more strings throughout the song, but it was Jill on vocals. The "Rita Hayworth never treat you like this," line was changed to a different name, but I couldn't make it out. Then, it segued right into Roadhouse Garden with Prince on vocals. LOVED the studio version of Roadhouse. This MUST be released. Incredible.

Love And Sex (Prince) - 1984 version. That classic '84 Revolution groove you could listen to all day. Think America with a funky synth line, and an even more urgent vocal. Like "Now Jimmy lives on a mushroom cloud," kind of urgent. HOT!
Kiss Me Quick (Prince) - The version we have.

Make Yo Mama Happy (Prince) - Crystal Ball version we have.

Strange Way (Prince) - I had never heard the entire version of this until now. Absolutely fantastic song.
Purple Music (Prince) - Hearing a pristine version of this over the First Ave sound system completely gave it new life for me. Undeniable classic.
Happy Birthday Mr. Christian (Apollonia 6) - Album version.

Splash (Prince) - The NPGMC version we have.
Another Flesh Song - Didn't know which one this was.

Revolution Rehearsal - Couldn't remember the song. He called out for the band to hit him 25 times, two separate times, and then again 63 times! Awesome.

Modernaire (The Modernaires) - Purple Rain version. Kind of cool to hear this at First Ave. Looking around at the club while it was playing kind of felt like being in the movie.

Possessed (Prince) - Studio version in pristine quality. My God, we need a "new" Revolution album. So much gold from that era.

Reunited (Prince) - Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!

Rock This Mutha (Prince) - Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.

Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.

Starfish And Coffee (Prince) - 1996 Muppets version but longer than what we have. There were parts that I had never heard before, including a longer outro that got the crowd singing along.

Girls And Boys (Not Prince) - This was a slower kind of calypso version, that sounded like it was performed by the 93-95 era NPG. Think Ripopgodazippa, with the B3 organ and such, but sung as a duet between an male and female voice. I have no idea who was singing. Interesting. Maybe it was Sonny and Nona? Who knows?

Train (Prince) - The Dream Factory version. Oddly, the quality was a little muddy which made me think Quest doesn't have FULL access to the Vault just yet. biggrin

I Wonder (Prince) - The version we have already.



Rock This Mutha was the 12" version of Madhouse "13"

you also missed "Coco Boys"

An early (completely different) instrumental of "Paisley Park" was played on one of the nights too.

Not sure what "Reunited" is, but I'm pretty sure that's not the title wink

[Edited 9/7/16 12:06pm]

Schlomo might have not identified the Madhouse track correctly but I'm really grateful to both of you all the same as you've just prompted me to check the track out and it is indeed funky as hell headbang

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Reply #21 posted 09/08/16 4:48pm

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RaspBerryGirlFriend said:



SchlomoThaHomo said:


Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

The Bird Rehearsal (Prince) - Not sure if we have this. Prince trying out The Bird at rehearsal. Seemed to be making up words on the spot.
High Fashion (Prince) - Prince's version KILLS. Please Lord let a Prince version of The Family record come out!!!
Feel U Up (Prince) - Early version but different than the early version we already have. Funky as hell.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Early version we have.
I Don't Wanna Leave You (The Time) - Album version.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Extra long extended version.
Instrumental (Prince) - Uptempo, sounded very 1987, with Eric Leeds and Atlanta Bliss, slightly like It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night.


Miss Understood (The Family Outtake) - Lost classic if you ask me.
Lady Cab Driver (Prince) - Live version.
If I Could Get Your Attention (Jill Jones version)


The Time Outtake - Didn't recognize this at all, from any of the albums, including Corporate World. Sounded like it could have been Ice Cream Castles era or later.


The Bird (The Time) - Either a demo, or studio version with Morris on vocals.
Love 89 (Patti Labelle version)


Jealous Girl (Not Prince's version) - A female lead but I can't remember who. Maybe Vanity?
Unidentified Female Protege Song - Maybe another Vanity 6 outtake? Possibly Jill Jones? Never heard it before.
My Man (Jill Jones)


The Flesh Song - Not familiar enough with all of The Flesh songs to remember which one. Not Junk Music though, which I listen to regularly.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Fantastic early version that has rock guitar pulses instead of the synth pulses. Completely changes the feel of the song. Amazing!
Around The World In A Day (Prince) - This might be the early version we have with the funkier bass line. Havent listened to it in awhile.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Studio version.


Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden (Jill Jones/Prince) - This was peculiar. Our Destiny was almost exactly like the demo with Lisa, including The Ladder strings at the beginning, and also more strings throughout the song, but it was Jill on vocals. The "Rita Hayworth never treat you like this," line was changed to a different name, but I couldn't make it out. Then, it segued right into Roadhouse Garden with Prince on vocals. LOVED the studio version of Roadhouse. This MUST be released. Incredible.


Love And Sex (Prince) - 1984 version. That classic '84 Revolution groove you could listen to all day. Think America with a funky synth line, and an even more urgent vocal. Like "Now Jimmy lives on a mushroom cloud," kind of urgent. HOT!
Kiss Me Quick (Prince) - The version we have.


Make Yo Mama Happy (Prince) - Crystal Ball version we have.


Strange Way (Prince) - I had never heard the entire version of this until now. Absolutely fantastic song.
Purple Music (Prince) - Hearing a pristine version of this over the First Ave sound system completely gave it new life for me. Undeniable classic.
Happy Birthday Mr. Christian (Apollonia 6) - Album version.


Splash (Prince) - The NPGMC version we have.
Another Flesh Song - Didn't know which one this was.


Revolution Rehearsal - Couldn't remember the song. He called out for the band to hit him 25 times, two separate times, and then again 63 times! Awesome.


Modernaire (The Modernaires) - Purple Rain version. Kind of cool to hear this at First Ave. Looking around at the club while it was playing kind of felt like being in the movie.


Possessed (Prince) - Studio version in pristine quality. My God, we need a "new" Revolution album. So much gold from that era.


Reunited (Prince) - Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!


Rock This Mutha (Prince) - Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.


Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.


Starfish And Coffee (Prince) - 1996 Muppets version but longer than what we have. There were parts that I had never heard before, including a longer outro that got the crowd singing along.


Girls And Boys (Not Prince) - This was a slower kind of calypso version, that sounded like it was performed by the 93-95 era NPG. Think Ripopgodazippa, with the B3 organ and such, but sung as a duet between an male and female voice. I have no idea who was singing. Interesting. Maybe it was Sonny and Nona? Who knows?


Train (Prince) - The Dream Factory version. Oddly, the quality was a little muddy which made me think Quest doesn't have FULL access to the Vault just yet. biggrin


I Wonder (Prince) - The version we have already.







Damn this is really really interesting, thanks so much for taking the time to compile this list, I'm really hoping we get to hear more of this in the future.

BTW I think somebody posted the version of Girls And Boys that Quest played on Youtube, AFAIK it's not Prince related but is a cover by a French band called The Dynamics (the description says they're from Detroit but I think the person who uploaded it was confusing them with an earlier band), here's the video:






Yep that's it by the Dynamics.
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Reply #22 posted 09/08/16 4:49pm

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This thread is awesome! You guys/gals are true fans, the real org, not the gossip bickering snobs in other threads. It is about the music. Peace.
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Reply #23 posted 09/08/16 4:50pm

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sexton said:



brainchild said:




SchlomoThaHomo said:


Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

The Bird Rehearsal (Prince) - Not sure if we have this. Prince trying out The Bird at rehearsal. Seemed to be making up words on the spot.
High Fashion (Prince) - Prince's version KILLS. Please Lord let a Prince version of The Family record come out!!!
Feel U Up (Prince) - Early version but different than the early version we already have. Funky as hell.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Early version we have.
I Don't Wanna Leave You (The Time) - Album version.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Extra long extended version.
Instrumental (Prince) - Uptempo, sounded very 1987, with Eric Leeds and Atlanta Bliss, slightly like It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night.


Miss Understood (The Family Outtake) - Lost classic if you ask me.
Lady Cab Driver (Prince) - Live version.
If I Could Get Your Attention (Jill Jones version)


The Time Outtake - Didn't recognize this at all, from any of the albums, including Corporate World. Sounded like it could have been Ice Cream Castles era or later.


The Bird (The Time) - Either a demo, or studio version with Morris on vocals.
Love 89 (Patti Labelle version)


Jealous Girl (Not Prince's version) - A female lead but I can't remember who. Maybe Vanity?
Unidentified Female Protege Song - Maybe another Vanity 6 outtake? Possibly Jill Jones? Never heard it before.
My Man (Jill Jones)


The Flesh Song - Not familiar enough with all of The Flesh songs to remember which one. Not Junk Music though, which I listen to regularly.
I Would Die 4 U (Prince) - Fantastic early version that has rock guitar pulses instead of the synth pulses. Completely changes the feel of the song. Amazing!
Around The World In A Day (Prince) - This might be the early version we have with the funkier bass line. Havent listened to it in awhile.
Irresistable Bitch (Prince) - Studio version.


Our Destiny/Roadhouse Garden (Jill Jones/Prince) - This was peculiar. Our Destiny was almost exactly like the demo with Lisa, including The Ladder strings at the beginning, and also more strings throughout the song, but it was Jill on vocals. The "Rita Hayworth never treat you like this," line was changed to a different name, but I couldn't make it out. Then, it segued right into Roadhouse Garden with Prince on vocals. LOVED the studio version of Roadhouse. This MUST be released. Incredible.


Love And Sex (Prince) - 1984 version. That classic '84 Revolution groove you could listen to all day. Think America with a funky synth line, and an even more urgent vocal. Like "Now Jimmy lives on a mushroom cloud," kind of urgent. HOT!
Kiss Me Quick (Prince) - The version we have.


Make Yo Mama Happy (Prince) - Crystal Ball version we have.


Strange Way (Prince) - I had never heard the entire version of this until now. Absolutely fantastic song.
Purple Music (Prince) - Hearing a pristine version of this over the First Ave sound system completely gave it new life for me. Undeniable classic.
Happy Birthday Mr. Christian (Apollonia 6) - Album version.


Splash (Prince) - The NPGMC version we have.
Another Flesh Song - Didn't know which one this was.


Revolution Rehearsal - Couldn't remember the song. He called out for the band to hit him 25 times, two separate times, and then again 63 times! Awesome.


Modernaire (The Modernaires) - Purple Rain version. Kind of cool to hear this at First Ave. Looking around at the club while it was playing kind of felt like being in the movie.


Possessed (Prince) - Studio version in pristine quality. My God, we need a "new" Revolution album. So much gold from that era.


Reunited (Prince) - Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!


Rock This Mutha (Prince) - Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.


Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.


Starfish And Coffee (Prince) - 1996 Muppets version but longer than what we have. There were parts that I had never heard before, including a longer outro that got the crowd singing along.


Girls And Boys (Not Prince) - This was a slower kind of calypso version, that sounded like it was performed by the 93-95 era NPG. Think Ripopgodazippa, with the B3 organ and such, but sung as a duet between an male and female voice. I have no idea who was singing. Interesting. Maybe it was Sonny and Nona? Who knows?


Train (Prince) - The Dream Factory version. Oddly, the quality was a little muddy which made me think Quest doesn't have FULL access to the Vault just yet. biggrin


I Wonder (Prince) - The version we have already.









Rock This Mutha was the 12" version of Madhouse "13"





If he didn't know that then I'm pretty sure the unknown "The Time Outtake" was Morris Day's "Love Sign". I distinctly remember hearing that one.



Yep, you're right. All this time I've had 13 of my collection and never even listen to it! Wow.
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Reply #24 posted 09/09/16 4:20am

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So nuthin' past 1989. Of course.





No cause to him Prince was finished after 1990. That and or his source wasn't around in the 90's.
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SchlomoThaHomo said:

Here's the preshow set list from the Sept 3 show (order isn't exact):

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Thanks so much! I was hoping someone was keeping track of everything played before the show.

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Reply #26 posted 09/09/16 1:41pm

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So nuthin' past 1989. Of course.



Unfortunate, in my opinion. I would have loved some 90's stuff thown in the mix. sad

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Some corrections...

The Time Outtake Love Sign (Morris Day) - I don't know his solo material. Thought it was a Time outtake originally.

Reunited Feline (Prince) - After hearing better quality audio than what I recorded, and also checking out a studio rehearsal of this, I'm 99% positive that it's Prince's studio version of Feline written for The Family. The drum beat threw me off as far as the timeline, because it's not the Linn sound at all. Maybe this was recorded later? Hot uptempo track from 88-89. Eric and Atlanta horn stabs, spare drum machine beat, funky bass slapping. It kind of reminded me of Your Love Is So Hard, but it sounded like it was recorded before that one. The verses were sung in his lower register, in sort of the same style as High Fashion. Good God, if the estate gets it together, we're going to have classic Prince material for the rest of our time on this planet. THINK ABOUT THAT FOR A SECOND!

Rock This Mutha 13 (Paisley Park Mix)(Madhouse) - I can't believe this has been in my collection all this time and I'd never heard it before! Definitely '88 era, mostly instrumental, with Eric and Atlanta. There was a phrase that popped up throughout that included the words "Rock this mutha," and "Ain't no otha." Couldn't make out the whole phrase though. The tempo kind of reminded me of The Future, but way more funky. Possibly the funkiest thing I've heard from the Lovesexy band.

Sister (Prince) - Acoustic demo! Absolutely loved it. Just Prince and an acoustic guitar.

Girls And Boys (The Dynamics) - Definitely The Dynamics version as pointed out above.

[Edited 9/11/16 8:20am]

"That's when stars collide. When there's space for what u want, and ur heart is open wide."
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Reply #28 posted 09/12/16 9:43am

RodeoSchro

Wow, awesome!

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