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larksanders

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G-Spot

I need shout my love for this song (his version at least). I wonder why this hasn't showed up on "Orginals" or even the purple rain deluxe remaster. I think he finished it in '83..anyway, missed opportunity.

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Reply #1 posted 02/04/21 2:12pm

TrivialPursuit

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His version is circulating in pretty good quality.

"eye don’t really care so much what people say about me because it is a reflection of who they r."
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Reply #2 posted 02/04/21 7:39pm

SoulAlive

love this song!
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Reply #3 posted 02/04/21 8:30pm

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Love it, too... Don't think I've heard the Prince version.

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Reply #4 posted 02/04/21 8:57pm

SoulAlive

purplethunder3121 said:

Don't think I've heard the Prince version.



eek it is excellent!! I prefer his version.
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Reply #5 posted 02/04/21 8:58pm

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SoulAlive said:

purplethunder3121 said:
Don't think I've heard the Prince version.
eek it is excellent!! I prefer his version.

I might have it... Been a while since I looked through Prince bootlegs... razz lol

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Reply #6 posted 02/04/21 10:30pm

LoveGalore

TrivialPursuit said:

His version is circulating in pretty good quality.



Can always tell a tried and true boot collector by what they consider to be pretty good quality, lol.
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Reply #7 posted 02/04/21 10:47pm

mbdtyler

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His version is circulating in pretty good quality.

Is it? I've only ever been able to find it in really shitty quality

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Reply #8 posted 02/04/21 10:56pm

lustmealways

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i find the quality of the circulating prince vox g spot to fit the song and dare i say enhance the experience. it's like finding a water damaged and torn up playboy at the bottom of a bin

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Reply #9 posted 02/05/21 12:16am

TrivialPursuit

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LoveGalore said:

TrivialPursuit said:

His version is circulating in pretty good quality.

Can always tell a tried and true boot collector by what they consider to be pretty good quality, lol.


That's the truth! haha I mean, it's way better than some other shit out there. It's gritty, but it doesn't have a ton of tape hiss on it or anything. But it's almost not from a first generation source either.

"eye don’t really care so much what people say about me because it is a reflection of who they r."
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Reply #10 posted 02/05/21 5:38am

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It was interesting the description in the Purple Rain script as fast, high spirited funk tune

Always made me wonder if there is a faster version of G Spot

.

.

.

The CLUB erupts in CRIES! Prince hits
the stage, launches into "G-spot," a
fast, high-spirited funk tune that gets
the crowd hopping. Vanity watches as
Prince whips the crowd into a frenzy.

F is 4 frustration
I'm looking 4 what isn't really there
I is instigation
I'm listening 2 the voice beneath my hair
N is 4 the naked body
And 4 what my naked eye can see

G-spot, G-spot
Where, oh where can U be?

A is 4 America
And 4 the things U read in magazines
L is 4 location
I am a clock, the time is 9:15
L is 4 the lust we share
We want 2 know the infamous pleasure

Y is 4 my yearnin'
Burnin' into mystery

G-spot, G-spot
Where, oh where can U be?


Morris listens with a complacent grin on
his face, his eyes searching out various
members of The Time who are scattered
through-out the club. When he connects
with one of them he makes a series of
absurd faces which sends them into
hysterics. For Prince is playing music
that The Time is noted for, and, as far
as Morris is concerned, performs better.
Not everyone in the club is dancing, or
paying attention, and this does not
escape his notice.

Suddenly "G-Spot" comes to a rousing
end. The CROWD cheers wildly. Prince
moves quickly to the piano and launches
into "Electric Intercourse,"

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Reply #11 posted 02/05/21 7:23am

herb4

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This song rules. I love the timing he used on the vocal delivery where each new line steps on the previous one just a little bit.

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Reply #12 posted 02/05/21 3:44pm

SoulAlive

It’s a shame that this song was not included on the Purple Rain deluxe edition.
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Reply #13 posted 02/05/21 4:06pm

TrivialPursuit

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SoulAlive said:

It’s a shame that this song was not included on the Purple Rain deluxe edition.


It def feels like it has a place there. But, given the time frame it came out, maybe it'll end up on Parade or Lovesexy deluxe.

I still wanna hear him sing "Nasty Girl."

"eye don’t really care so much what people say about me because it is a reflection of who they r."
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Reply #14 posted 02/05/21 5:52pm

LoveGalore

TrivialPursuit said:



SoulAlive said:


It’s a shame that this song was not included on the Purple Rain deluxe edition.


It def feels like it has a place there. But, given the time frame it came out, maybe it'll end up on Parade or Lovesexy deluxe.

I still wanna hear him sing "Nasty Girl."



It was in the damn script tho! They missed an opportunity there. Shameful. Same with Mia Bocca which was also from the PR sessions.
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Reply #15 posted 02/05/21 9:05pm

WhisperingDand
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LoveGalore said:

TrivialPursuit said:


It def feels like it has a place there. But, given the time frame it came out, maybe it'll end up on Parade or Lovesexy deluxe.

I still wanna hear him sing "Nasty Girl."

It was in the damn script tho! They missed an opportunity there. Shameful. Same with Mia Bocca which was also from the PR sessions.

Originals botched it all. Estate was/is clearly holding material for a set / concept that they clearly don't even know if they will / probably won't continue because of mild-to-low sales.

Even on the org it's like "Heyyy maybe it's being saved for Originals! Err,,, uhh, they doin'.... more... Originals.... maybe?"

[Edited 2/5/21 21:06pm]

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Reply #16 posted 02/05/21 10:43pm

lustmealways

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originals? more like WOW what terrible execution of an idea, go back to the drawing board and pretend you didn't release the first one. do them with non-phony mixes over again on a set that they belong on rather than a grab bag 10 year spanning tidal xxxclusive

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Reply #17 posted 02/06/21 9:02am

ThePersian

lustmealways said:

i find the quality of the circulating prince vox g spot to fit the song and dare i say enhance the experience. it's like finding a water damaged and torn up playboy at the bottom of a bin

you say water damaged when you mean .... ewwwwww

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Reply #18 posted 02/06/21 12:55pm

SoulAlive

OldFriends4Sale said:



It was interesting the description in the Purple Rain script as fast, high spirited funk tune


Always made me wonder if there is a faster version of G Spot



.


.


.


The CLUB erupts in CRIES! Prince hits
the stage, launches into "G-spot," a
fast, high-spirited funk tune that gets
the crowd hopping. Vanity watches as
Prince whips the crowd into a frenzy.



F is 4 frustration
I'm looking 4 what isn't really there
I is instigation
I'm listening 2 the voice beneath my hair
N is 4 the naked body
And 4 what my naked eye can see



G-spot, G-spot
Where, oh where can U be?


A is 4 America
And 4 the things U read in magazines
L is 4 location
I am a clock, the time is 9:15
L is 4 the lust we share
We want 2 know the infamous pleasure


Y is 4 my yearnin'
Burnin' into mystery



G-spot, G-spot
Where, oh where can U be?



Morris listens with a complacent grin on
his face, his eyes searching out various
members of The Time who are scattered
through-out the club. When he connects
with one of them he makes a series of
absurd faces which sends them into
hysterics. For Prince is playing music
that The Time is noted for, and, as far
as Morris is concerned, performs better.
Not everyone in the club is dancing, or
paying attention, and this does not
escape his notice.

Suddenly "G-Spot" comes to a rousing
end. The CROWD cheers wildly. Prince
moves quickly to the piano and launches
into "Electric Intercourse,"




So it appears that “G-Spot” was replaced by “Computer Blue” in the movie.However,in this scene,the crowd is really enjoying the song/performance while the “Computer Blue” sequence is supposed to be the Kid doing some “weird shit that nobody wants to hear”,lol.

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[Edited 2/6/21 13:12pm]
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Reply #19 posted 02/06/21 5:13pm

jfenster

TrivialPursuit said:



SoulAlive said:


It’s a shame that this song was not included on the Purple Rain deluxe edition.


It def feels like it has a place there. But, given the time frame it came out, maybe it'll end up on Parade or Lovesexy deluxe.

I still wanna hear him sing "Nasty Girl."


I wanna hear him sing sugar walls...
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Reply #20 posted 02/06/21 7:00pm

SoulAlive

“F is for frustration....I’m looking for what isn’t really there”

I just love that lyric smile
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Reply #21 posted 02/06/21 7:15pm

TrivialPursuit

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jfenster said:

TrivialPursuit said:

I still wanna hear him sing "Nasty Girl."

I wanna hear him sing sugar walls...


YAAAS!

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Reply #22 posted 02/07/21 8:42pm

EddieC

SoulAlive said:

OldFriends4Sale said:


Morris listens with a complacent grin on
his face, his eyes searching out various
members of The Time who are scattered
through-out the club. When he connects
with one of them he makes a series of
absurd faces which sends them into
hysterics. For Prince is playing music
that The Time is noted for, and, as far
as Morris is concerned, performs better.
Not everyone in the club is dancing, or
paying attention, and this does not
escape his notice.

Suddenly "G-Spot" comes to a rousing
end. The CROWD cheers wildly. Prince
moves quickly to the piano and launches
into "Electric Intercourse,"

So it appears that “G-Spot” was replaced by “Computer Blue” in the movie.However,in this scene,the crowd is really enjoying the song/performance while the “Computer Blue” sequence is supposed to be the Kid doing some “weird shit that nobody wants to hear”,lol. . [Edited 2/6/21 13:12pm]

The script is somewhat inconsistent in the crowd's reaction. Sure, they cheer wildly at the end, but note the bolded section. Like, we're supposed to notice, with Morris, that people are uninterested, but then they cheer?

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Reply #23 posted 02/07/21 9:43pm

SoulAlive

EddieC said:



SoulAlive said:


OldFriends4Sale said:



Morris listens with a complacent grin on
his face, his eyes searching out various
members of The Time who are scattered
through-out the club. When he connects
with one of them he makes a series of
absurd faces which sends them into
hysterics. For Prince is playing music
that The Time is noted for, and, as far
as Morris is concerned, performs better.
Not everyone in the club is dancing, or
paying attention, and this does not
escape his notice.

Suddenly "G-Spot" comes to a rousing
end. The CROWD cheers wildly. Prince
moves quickly to the piano and launches
into "Electric Intercourse,"



So it appears that “G-Spot” was replaced by “Computer Blue” in the movie.However,in this scene,the crowd is really enjoying the song/performance while the “Computer Blue” sequence is supposed to be the Kid doing some “weird shit that nobody wants to hear”,lol. . [Edited 2/6/21 13:12pm]


The script is somewhat inconsistent in the crowd's reaction. Sure, they cheer wildly at the end, but note the bolded section. Like, we're supposed to notice, with Morris, that people are uninterested, but then they cheer?




haha....yeah you’re right.
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Reply #24 posted 02/08/21 3:55pm

coldcoffeeandc
ocacola

OldFriends4Sale said:



It was interesting the description in the Purple Rain script as fast, high spirited funk tune


Always made me wonder if there is a faster version of G Spot



.


.


.


The CLUB erupts in CRIES! Prince hits
the stage, launches into "G-spot," a
fast, high-spirited funk tune that gets
the crowd hopping. Vanity watches as
Prince whips the crowd into a frenzy.



F is 4 frustration
I'm looking 4 what isn't really there
I is instigation
I'm listening 2 the voice beneath my hair
N is 4 the naked body
And 4 what my naked eye can see



G-spot, G-spot
Where, oh where can U be?


A is 4 America
And 4 the things U read in magazines
L is 4 location
I am a clock, the time is 9:15
L is 4 the lust we share
We want 2 know the infamous pleasure


Y is 4 my yearnin'
Burnin' into mystery



G-spot, G-spot
Where, oh where can U be?



Morris listens with a complacent grin on
his face, his eyes searching out various
members of The Time who are scattered
through-out the club. When he connects
with one of them he makes a series of
absurd faces which sends them into
hysterics. For Prince is playing music
that The Time is noted for, and, as far
as Morris is concerned, performs better.
Not everyone in the club is dancing, or
paying attention, and this does not
escape his notice.

Suddenly "G-Spot" comes to a rousing
end. The CROWD cheers wildly. Prince
moves quickly to the piano and launches
into "Electric Intercourse,"



I had same thought too when saw script!! Is there a more upbeat version?

I bet there is a faster version hence no release yet...


My bet is faster version is older version.
[Edited 2/8/21 15:56pm]
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coldcoffeeandcocacola said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

It was interesting the description in the Purple Rain script as fast, high spirited funk tune

Always made me wonder if there is a faster version of G Spot

.

.

.

The CLUB erupts in CRIES! Prince hits
the stage, launches into "G-spot," a
fast, high-spirited funk tune that gets
the crowd hopping. Vanity watches as
Prince whips the crowd into a frenzy.

F is 4 frustration
I'm looking 4 what isn't really there
I is instigation
I'm listening 2 the voice beneath my hair
N is 4 the naked body
And 4 what my naked eye can see

G-spot, G-spot
Where, oh where can U be?

A is 4 America
And 4 the things U read in magazines
L is 4 location
I am a clock, the time is 9:15
L is 4 the lust we share
We want 2 know the infamous pleasure

Y is 4 my yearnin'
Burnin' into mystery

G-spot, G-spot
Where, oh where can U be?


Morris listens with a complacent grin on
his face, his eyes searching out various
members of The Time who are scattered
through-out the club. When he connects
with one of them he makes a series of
absurd faces which sends them into
hysterics. For Prince is playing music
that The Time is noted for, and, as far
as Morris is concerned, performs better.
Not everyone in the club is dancing, or
paying attention, and this does not
escape his notice.

Suddenly "G-Spot" comes to a rousing
end. The CROWD cheers wildly. Prince
moves quickly to the piano and launches
into "Electric Intercourse,"

I had same thought too when saw script!! Is there a more upbeat version? I bet there is a faster version hence no release yet... My bet is faster version is older version. [Edited 2/8/21 15:56pm]

There has to be. We have 2 believe!!

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Reply #26 posted 02/09/21 9:26am

mbdtyler

I can't even imagine G-Spot as a faster song, the tempo of the version we know is perfect as is

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Reply #27 posted 02/09/21 10:42am

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Well thanks, thread, for managing to get this song stuck in my head for the last 3 days.

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Reply #28 posted 02/09/21 11:13am

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Good song 4 Disneyland.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #29 posted 02/09/21 11:17am

herb4

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2freaky4church1 said:

Good song 4 Disneyland.


explain.

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