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Reply #30 posted 05/31/19 5:06am

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SchlomoThaHomo said:


I think it’s adorable that it’s going to be on PBS. They can’t really air SOTT I guess. shrug

Never thought I'd see Prince on PBS... lol



There was the Prince documentary aired on PBS (BBC produced but using footage from Albert Magnoli’s Lovesexy era footage), and of course the Joffrey Ballet of Prince tunes was on it too.
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Reply #31 posted 05/31/19 7:40am

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Local PBS finally added it to the lineup for 9:30 pm on June 1!

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Reply #32 posted 05/31/19 7:47am

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Don't you all have this on dvd or blueray? I always thought the picture quality on this one was awesome! They certainly appeared to have a blast that night.

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Reply #33 posted 05/31/19 8:31am

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Empress said:

Don't you all have this on dvd or blueray? I always thought the picture quality on this one was awesome! They certainly appeared to have a blast that night.


Of course, I do. But it is always a kick when you get to see or hear Prince on regular TV or radio. It's like, "Awesome - now other people get to love him as much as I do."

We don’t mourn artists because we knew them. We mourn them because they helped us know ourselves.
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Reply #34 posted 05/31/19 8:37am

Empress

Genesia said:

Empress said:

Don't you all have this on dvd or blueray? I always thought the picture quality on this one was awesome! They certainly appeared to have a blast that night.


Of course, I do. But it is always a kick when you get to see or hear Prince on regular TV or radio. It's like, "Awesome - now other people get to love him as much as I do."

True! smile

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Reply #35 posted 05/31/19 10:02am

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poppys said:

sexton said:

PBS in NYC will broadcast the concert on Thursday, June 27th, 9pm.


Where did you find that? I'm only seeing Doobie Brothers on Sat night here dammit.


https://www.pbs.org

Enter your zip code, choose your local PBS station and then search for "Prince".

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Reply #36 posted 05/31/19 11:19am

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Dirty Ol' Larry.
The smurf outifit.
Face doused in sequins.
The "Christ".
Look, my piano is motorized.


'Nuff said.
Leave this shit in the purple gutter where it belongs.

The Colors R brighter, the Bond is much tighter
No Child's a failure
Until the Blue Sailboat sails him away from his dreams
Don't Ever Lose, Don't Ever Lose
Don't Ever Lose Your Dreams
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Reply #37 posted 05/31/19 11:25am

poppys

sexton said:

poppys said:


Where did you find that? I'm only seeing Doobie Brothers on Sat night here dammit.


https://www.pbs.org

Enter your zip code, choose your local PBS station and then search for "Prince".


Thank you sexton. Tried that yesterday and it was glitchy. Today it's working but still nada for NOLA.

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Reply #38 posted 05/31/19 11:43am

pdiddy2011

bonatoc said:

Dirty Ol' Larry.
The smurf outifit.
Face doused in sequins.
The "Christ".
Look, my piano is motorized.


'Nuff said.
Leave this shit in the purple gutter where it belongs.



I paid for and watched this Dec 31 1999 and I cringed even then. I can't begin to imagine how I'll cover my face when I watch this again.

To this day I still can't get those slow-motion "vignettes" (or whatever they were) out of my head. SO CHEESY. There was still some great music and it was still Prince and it overall looked great, but the overall concept was very unnatural looking. It looked completely staged.

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Reply #39 posted 05/31/19 2:10pm

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If you are having trouble finding out when it will be on where you live, contact your local PBS station by email. I did, and here in the cultural desert of the Ozarks, channel 21 sees fit to air it 8:30 to 10 pm, on Monday, June 3rd. Well, at least it gives you something to look forward to for a workday! lol

Good morning children...take a look out your window, the world is falling...
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Reply #40 posted 05/31/19 3:23pm

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Genesia said:

Empress said:

Don't you all have this on dvd or blueray? I always thought the picture quality on this one was awesome! They certainly appeared to have a blast that night.


Of course, I do. But it is always a kick when you get to see or hear Prince on regular TV or radio. It's like, "Awesome - now other people get to love him as much as I do."

yeahthat

"Those that KNEW the number and didn't call...FUCK ALL Y'ALL!"
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Reply #41 posted 05/31/19 3:54pm

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pdiddy2011 said:

bonatoc said:

Dirty Ol' Larry.
The smurf outifit.
Face doused in sequins.
The "Christ".
Look, my piano is motorized.


'Nuff said.
Leave this shit in the purple gutter where it belongs.



I paid for and watched this Dec 31 1999 and I cringed even then. I can't begin to imagine how I'll cover my face when I watch this again.

To this day I still can't get those slow-motion "vignettes" (or whatever they were) out of my head. SO CHEESY. There was still some great music and it was still Prince and it overall looked great, but the overall concept was very unnatural looking. It looked completely staged.

Well, it was the night folks were all scared that Y2K was supposed to take us all out, maybe Prince just quickly threw it together so that in some way, all of us were spiritually connected, just in case. And in case not, he still made some money. lol

"Those that KNEW the number and didn't call...FUCK ALL Y'ALL!"
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Reply #42 posted 05/31/19 4:41pm

poppys

HatrinaHaterwitz said:

pdiddy2011 said:


I paid for and watched this Dec 31 1999 and I cringed even then. I can't begin to imagine how I'll cover my face when I watch this again.

To this day I still can't get those slow-motion "vignettes" (or whatever they were) out of my head. SO CHEESY. There was still some great music and it was still Prince and it overall looked great, but the overall concept was very unnatural looking. It looked completely staged.


Well, it was the night folks were all scared that Y2K was supposed to take us all out, maybe Prince just quickly threw it together so that in some way, all of us were spiritually connected, just in case. And in case not, he still made some money. lol

Interesting. Was living in the USVI then so didn't see it in real time.

And as much as pdiddy2011 cries cheesy, they say they will watch it again. biggrin

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Reply #43 posted 05/31/19 9:22pm

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"Y2K, not today." I still got the original DVD of the New Years Eve concert that I can watch whenever I want, so I don't really need to catch it on PBS but I'm glad they are airing it so viewers can experience Prince's version of "Red House" etc.

prince "Don't dance with the devil in the pale moonlight. The curious try and always die." prince
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Reply #44 posted 05/31/19 10:58pm

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bonatoc said:

Dirty Ol' Larry.
The smurf outifit.
Face doused in sequins.
The "Christ".
Look, my piano is motorized.


'Nuff said.
Leave this shit in the purple gutter where it belongs.



Why you gotta be so sad?

Prince in the smurf outfit with no undies on PBS is a historical event.


Grandma will be pleased.

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Reply #45 posted 06/01/19 1:13am

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[Edited 6/1/19 8:41am]

"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." --Plato
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Reply #46 posted 06/01/19 2:45am

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ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

bonatoc said:

Dirty Ol' Larry.
The smurf outifit.
Face doused in sequins.
The "Christ".
Look, my piano is motorized.


'Nuff said.
Leave this shit in the purple gutter where it belongs.



Why you gotta be so sad?

Prince in the smurf outfit with no undies on PBS is a historical event.


Grandma will be pleased.



I'm not sad. This is actually a very decent video, there is no questioning the performance.
It could be a great entry point for a noob.

But... He's not smiling much, is he?
When he does this splits in repetition, it looks like he's going for the Guinness Book.
He's not having fun, he's trying to prove something.

Prince is the one who looks sad in this video, all along.

He's like trying so hard to make a point the world already knew by then.
Yeah, Prince, we get it, you're the best stage performer.

Then there are the bad taste moments. I never dug the ballets.
And this dichotomy I could never get: on one hand, Larry convinces him
to get rid of the curse and nasty words, on the other here he is,
bone unhided in eletric blue glittery spandex. Make up your mind, SKipper.

I hate this period. "Rave" the album is turd for the most part ("So Far, So Pleased", "Undisputed", "Rave", two thirds of the songs are atrocious), save the little miracles you can always expect even in Prince's least interesting albums ("Tangerine", "Strange But True", "Wherever U Go, Whatever U Do").

The only redeemer in the whole story is Prince being always at it, no matter the deep depression he's obviously going through. It fucking shows. The man needs a vacation, but no, he's still battling his traumas with the only method he knows: work, work, work.

Except pop music isn't supposed to be some gym training.
This is what this live looks like.

How can a fan not cringe looking at the splits in repetitions, knowing how this useless display ended up for his wealth?

How can a fan not cringe hearing this piece of shit of Larry, his horrendous barytone voice, his disgusting laughters, knowing what Mayte went through because of this man? A man who convinced Prince he deserved what happened to Amiir? And maybe most of all, his fucking slapped quarter notes? Prince was in desperate need of a father figure, but the only thing he truly needed was to stop working for a few years and get some therapy. This bitter has-been just swooped in and stained the purple underground up until "The Breakdown". Go hide under a rock, Mr. Graham. You pushed your own agenda and like many others, looked the other way when Prince was popping His Little Pill.

Because, ultimately, the whole show reeks drugs. I don't know what kind, and I don't want to know, but someone of the artistic stature of Prince, who paranoically retreats in his xanadu (it's home, it's safe, the crowd is nothing but folks already acquired to the cause, there's no challenge at all), and suddenly goes: "check this out" while bragging about the most ugly piano the earth ever witnessed that is, again, MOTORIZED (even an electric bread knife makes a hundred times better use of electricity), is highly, highly suspicious.

Does he look great? Yes.
Does he play phenomenally? Yes.
"Tell me something I don't know, J.B.".

I'm not the one who's sad.
Prince is, and it shows, and you can see and hear it.
Despite the funk moments (it's like breathing for him, so no big feat here), it's all very morbid, starting with the intro testimonials desperately trying to give an artist no one could care less about in 1999 (oh, the irony, oh, the... "new master") some relevance.
It's all very depressing, and dishonest to himself.

At least the "Motherless Child" TV performance gives us a glimpse of how he truly felt at the time.


[Edited 6/1/19 2:53am]

The Colors R brighter, the Bond is much tighter
No Child's a failure
Until the Blue Sailboat sails him away from his dreams
Don't Ever Lose, Don't Ever Lose
Don't Ever Lose Your Dreams
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Reply #47 posted 06/01/19 5:08am

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bonatoc said:

At least the "Motherless Child" TV performance gives us a glimpse of how he truly felt at the time.


[Edited 6/1/19 2:53am]


I remember seeing a show at Paisley not long before this was filmed, and happened to be close enough to the stage to make eye contact with him that night. And I left feeling the same thing. That he was upset or sad. I wrote a review of it at the time, and mentioned him looking depressed, and his website posted it but removed all of the mentions of him being depressed.

"That's when stars collide. When there's space for what u want, and ur heart is open wide."
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Reply #48 posted 06/01/19 7:11am

Wolfie87

bonatoc said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:



Why you gotta be so sad?

Prince in the smurf outfit with no undies on PBS is a historical event.


Grandma will be pleased.



I'm not sad. This is actually a very decent video, there is no questioning the performance.
It could be a great entry point for a noob.

But... He's not smiling much, is he?
When he does this splits in repetition, it looks like he's going for the Guinness Book.
He's not having fun, he's trying to prove something.

Prince is the one who looks sad in this video, all along.

He's like trying so hard to make a point the world already knew by then.
Yeah, Prince, we get it, you're the best stage performer.

Then there are the bad taste moments. I never dug the ballets.
And this dichotomy I could never get: on one hand, Larry convinces him
to get rid of the curse and nasty words, on the other here he is,
bone unhided in eletric blue glittery spandex. Make up your mind, SKipper.

I hate this period. "Rave" the album is turd for the most part ("So Far, So Pleased", "Undisputed", "Rave", two thirds of the songs are atrocious), save the little miracles you can always expect even in Prince's least interesting albums ("Tangerine", "Strange But True", "Wherever U Go, Whatever U Do").

The only redeemer in the whole story is Prince being always at it, no matter the deep depression he's obviously going through. It fucking shows. The man needs a vacation, but no, he's still battling his traumas with the only method he knows: work, work, work.

Except pop music isn't supposed to be some gym training.
This is what this live looks like.

How can a fan not cringe looking at the splits in repetitions, knowing how this useless display ended up for his wealth?

How can a fan not cringe hearing this piece of shit of Larry, his horrendous barytone voice, his disgusting laughters, knowing what Mayte went through because of this man? A man who convinced Prince he deserved what happened to Amiir? And maybe most of all, his fucking slapped quarter notes? Prince was in desperate need of a father figure, but the only thing he truly needed was to stop working for a few years and get some therapy. This bitter has-been just swooped in and stained the purple underground up until "The Breakdown". Go hide under a rock, Mr. Graham. You pushed your own agenda and like many others, looked the other way when Prince was popping His Little Pill.

Because, ultimately, the whole show reeks drugs. I don't know what kind, and I don't want to know, but someone of the artistic stature of Prince, who paranoically retreats in his xanadu (it's home, it's safe, the crowd is nothing but folks already acquired to the cause, there's no challenge at all), and suddenly goes: "check this out" while bragging about the most ugly piano the earth ever witnessed that is, again, MOTORIZED (even an electric bread knife makes a hundred times better use of electricity), is highly, highly suspicious.

Does he look great? Yes.
Does he play phenomenally? Yes.
"Tell me something I don't know, J.B.".

I'm not the one who's sad.
Prince is, and it shows, and you can see and hear it.
Despite the funk moments (it's like breathing for him, so no big feat here), it's all very morbid, starting with the intro testimonials desperately trying to give an artist no one could care less about in 1999 (oh, the irony, oh, the... "new master") some relevance.
It's all very depressing, and dishonest to himself.

At least the "Motherless Child" TV performance gives us a glimpse of how he truly felt at the time.


[Edited 6/1/19 2:53am]

You, sir, might be my favourite author on this site. Great reflection.

Like I said in my post. You just need to show this current generation "Purple House" and they'll be blown away of the guitar work. On some levels even more impressed than the Rock and Roll hall of fame performance.

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Reply #49 posted 06/01/19 8:02am

poppys

I love bonnie's posts too. But this one is over the top for me. Possibly no performer shared more of himself than Prince. And yet he's expected to lay bare every single moment of his existence. No wonder the man was tired.

I emailed my local PBS station and tried my best to convince them to schedule it.

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Reply #50 posted 06/01/19 6:33pm

TheTruth123

Is no one watching this?
[Edited 6/1/19 19:02pm]
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Reply #51 posted 06/01/19 6:36pm

TheTruth123

Ok. Spooky.
[Edited 6/1/19 19:02pm]
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Reply #52 posted 06/01/19 8:00pm

Johnytruelove8

I watched some of it.I don't remember for sure but I think they were trying to sell the recent Rave 2 CD/1 DVD set for about $200. We installments of $7 a month (probably because of the song "7") Really crazy because you can get that same set for $30 on Amazon.They kept interrupting the concert for their advertisement.very nice that they had Bobby z talk about prince and they showed a few rooms at Paisley park.I know it's not possible but I would love to know how many people are actually crazy enough to get the Rave set from PBS
[Edited 6/1/19 20:01pm]
[Edited 6/1/19 20:02pm]
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Reply #53 posted 06/01/19 8:07pm

RJP1205

TheTruth123 said:

Is no one watching this?
[Edited 6/1/19 19:02pm]

I was really looking forward to it! Turned the tv on 15 mins before start and in my area it has been pushed out to next weekend. I was very disappointed.
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Reply #54 posted 06/01/19 8:15pm

TheTruth123

Johnytruelove8 said:

I watched some of it.I don't remember for sure but I think they were trying to sell the recent Rave 2 CD/1 DVD set for about $200. We installments of $7 a month (probably because of the song "7") Really crazy because you can get that same set for $30 on Amazon.They kept interrupting the concert for their advertisement.very nice that they had Bobby z talk about prince and they showed a few rooms at Paisley park.I know it's not possible but I would love to know how many people are actually crazy enough to get the Rave set from PBS
[Edited 6/1/19 20:01pm]
[Edited 6/1/19 20:02pm]


The $240 got you:

- the DVD of the entire concert
- the 2 CD set
- 2 of the PP books (the guitar one and I forget which other one)
- the Remastered PR album (vinyl)

Pretty generous, I thought. I’m glad PBS AND the estate benefited
[Edited 6/1/19 20:16pm]
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Reply #55 posted 06/01/19 8:20pm

EnDoRpHn

TheTruth123 said:

Johnytruelove8 said:

I watched some of it.I don't remember for sure but I think they were trying to sell the recent Rave 2 CD/1 DVD set for about $200. We installments of $7 a month (probably because of the song "7") Really crazy because you can get that same set for $30 on Amazon.They kept interrupting the concert for their advertisement.very nice that they had Bobby z talk about prince and they showed a few rooms at Paisley park.I know it's not possible but I would love to know how many people are actually crazy enough to get the Rave set from PBS
[Edited 6/1/19 20:01pm]
[Edited 6/1/19 20:02pm]


The $240 got you:

- the DVD of the entire concert
- the 2 CD set
- 2 of the PP books (the guitar one and I forget which other one)
- the Remastered PR album (vinyl)

Pretty generous, I thought. I’m glad PBS AND the estate benefited
[Edited 6/1/19 20:16pm]

It’s a fund drive performance for PBS.

You do know that the P in PBS stands for “Public”, and not Prince? It’s a membership drive.
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Reply #56 posted 06/01/19 8:30pm

TheTruth123

EnDoRpHn said:

TheTruth123 said:
The $240 got you: - the DVD of the entire concert - the 2 CD set - 2 of the PP books (the guitar one and I forget which other one) - the Remastered PR album (vinyl) Pretty generous, I thought. I’m glad PBS AND the estate benefited [Edited 6/1/19 20:16pm]
It’s a fund drive performance for PBS. You do know that the P in PBS stands for “Public”, and not Prince? It’s a membership drive.

And YOU know..

who is selling PBS ALL that memorabilia...

DON'T YOU?

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Reply #57 posted 06/01/19 8:31pm

EnDoRpHn

TheTruth123 said:



EnDoRpHn said:


TheTruth123 said:
The $240 got you: - the DVD of the entire concert - the 2 CD set - 2 of the PP books (the guitar one and I forget which other one) - the Remastered PR album (vinyl) Pretty generous, I thought. I’m glad PBS AND the estate benefited [Edited 6/1/19 20:16pm]

It’s a fund drive performance for PBS. You do know that the P in PBS stands for “Public”, and not Prince? It’s a membership drive.


And YOU know..


who is selling PBS ALL that memorabilia...


DON'T YOU?


Santa Claus?
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Reply #58 posted 06/01/19 8:34pm

violetcrush

Wolfie87 said:



bonatoc said:




ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:





Why you gotta be so sad?

Prince in the smurf outfit with no undies on PBS is a historical event.


Grandma will be pleased.





I'm not sad. This is actually a very decent video, there is no questioning the performance.
It could be a great entry point for a noob.

But... He's not smiling much, is he?
When he does this splits in repetition, it looks like he's going for the Guinness Book.
He's not having fun, he's trying to prove something.

Prince is the one who looks sad in this video, all along.

He's like trying so hard to make a point the world already knew by then.
Yeah, Prince, we get it, you're the best stage performer.

Then there are the bad taste moments. I never dug the ballets.
And this dichotomy I could never get: on one hand, Larry convinces him
to get rid of the curse and nasty words, on the other here he is,
bone unhided in eletric blue glittery spandex. Make up your mind, SKipper.

I hate this period. "Rave" the album is turd for the most part ("So Far, So Pleased", "Undisputed", "Rave", two thirds of the songs are atrocious), save the little miracles you can always expect even in Prince's least interesting albums ("Tangerine", "Strange But True", "Wherever U Go, Whatever U Do").

The only redeemer in the whole story is Prince being always at it, no matter the deep depression he's obviously going through. It fucking shows. The man needs a vacation, but no, he's still battling his traumas with the only method he knows: work, work, work.

Except pop music isn't supposed to be some gym training.
This is what this live looks like.

How can a fan not cringe looking at the splits in repetitions, knowing how this useless display ended up for his wealth?

How can a fan not cringe hearing this piece of shit of Larry, his horrendous barytone voice, his disgusting laughters, knowing what Mayte went through because of this man? A man who convinced Prince he deserved what happened to Amiir? And maybe most of all, his fucking slapped quarter notes? Prince was in desperate need of a father figure, but the only thing he truly needed was to stop working for a few years and get some therapy. This bitter has-been just swooped in and stained the purple underground up until "The Breakdown". Go hide under a rock, Mr. Graham. You pushed your own agenda and like many others, looked the other way when Prince was popping His Little Pill.

Because, ultimately, the whole show reeks drugs. I don't know what kind, and I don't want to know, but someone of the artistic stature of Prince, who paranoically retreats in his xanadu (it's home, it's safe, the crowd is nothing but folks already acquired to the cause, there's no challenge at all), and suddenly goes: "check this out" while bragging about the most ugly piano the earth ever witnessed that is, again, MOTORIZED (even an electric bread knife makes a hundred times better use of electricity), is highly, highly suspicious.

Does he look great? Yes.
Does he play phenomenally? Yes.
"Tell me something I don't know, J.B.".

I'm not the one who's sad.
Prince is, and it shows, and you can see and hear it.
Despite the funk moments (it's like breathing for him, so no big feat here), it's all very morbid, starting with the intro testimonials desperately trying to give an artist no one could care less about in 1999 (oh, the irony, oh, the... "new master") some relevance.
It's all very depressing, and dishonest to himself.

At least the "Motherless Child" TV performance gives us a glimpse of how he truly felt at the time.



[Edited 6/1/19 2:53am]




You, sir, might be my favourite author on this site. Great reflection.

Like I said in my post. You just need to show this current generation "Purple House" and they'll be blown away of the guitar work. On some levels even more impressed than the Rock and Roll hall of fame performance.


Purple House was sad too though. Prince changed the lyric to “I got a bad bad feeling my Puerto Rican beauty don’t live here no more. That’s okay I still got her baby. Maybe not...” eek
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I agree that electric blue “smurf” spandex was over the top, but Prince usually loved to show off his goods biggrin
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The funniest part is when Prince and Lenny are doing American Woman and Prince keeps checking out the blonde on the riser behind them biggrin
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SOTT film was shown on Showtime awhile back. I was able to record it. THAT’S the one “newbies” should be watching. Or his 86 birthday show, or the PR Carrier Dome, or LoveSexy Dortmund....sigh neutral
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Reply #59 posted 06/01/19 9:22pm

babynoz

TheTruth123 said:

Is no one watching this? [Edited 6/1/19 19:02pm]

I own the dvd but I still watched it. It was on both of our local PBS stations.

It's fun to watch provided you don't project your own baggage and angst into everything Prince does as many so called fammys do. lol

Prince, in you I found a kindred spirit...Rest In Paradise.
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