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Updated list of chronological Prince recordings

Chronological Prince (and The Revolution) recordings
*= released version

Grand Central repertoire, 1973 – 1974
Danger Lover (Chazz Smith)
Do You Feel Like Dancing?
Funk It Up (André Cymone)
Sex Machine

Grand Central Corporation repertoire, 1974-1975
You Remind me Of Me

94 East, Cookhouse, Minneapolis, December 1975 – January 1976
- Guitar: Prince, bass: André Cymone, drums: Morris Day, keyboards: Linda Anderson, percussion: William Daughty
If You See Me #1 (5:40)* (Pepé Willie)
Games (4:59)* (Pepé Willie)
I’ll Always Love You (3:53)* (Pepé Willie)
Better Than You Think (4:30)* (Pepé Willie/Kristie Lazenberry)
If We Don’t (4:08)* (Pepé Willie)

Grand Central Corporation, ASI, Minneapolis, early 1976
39th St. Party (André Cymone)
Lady Pleasure
Machine – possibly identical with Sex Machine
You’re Such A Fox
Grand Central
Whenever

Champagne, Moonsound, Minneapolis, spring 1976
(No known titles)

Home recordings, 1976
Sweet Thing (4:24) (Chaka Khan)
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #1 (3:53)
I Spend My Time Loving You (7:20)
Rock Me, Lover #1 (3:51)
Improvisation (0:40)
Don’t You Wanna Ride? (5:14)
Nightingale (4:16)
Leaving For New York #1 (5:52)
Humming A Tune (0:34)
Humming A Tune Pt.2 (0:30)
Instrumental (0:37)
Instrumental Pt.2 (0:52)
Telephone conversation (0:56)
Instrumental (1:00)
Instrumental (1:00)
For You #1 (1:06)
For You #2 (0:45)
Hey, Lover (0:46)

14-track demo tape, Moonsound, Minneapolis, spring – December 1976 – no known order
Instrumental (7:25) – possibly titled Farnborough
Aces (Prince/Chris Moon)
Diamond Eyes (Prince/Chris Moon)
Don’t Forget (Prince/Chris Moon)
Don’t Hold Back (Prince/Chris Moon)
Fantasy (Prince/Chris Moon)
Love Is Forever #1 (Prince/Chris Moon)
Make It Through The Storm #1 (Prince/Chris Moon)
Piano Intro (0:40)
Soft And Wet #1 (3:22) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Surprise (Prince/Chris Moon)
Baby #1
I’m Yours #1
Jelly Jam #1 (Instrumental)
Leaving For New York #2
Since We’ve Been Together #1
For You #3 (1:19)
For You #4 (1:20)
Outro (0:13)

- A 4-track demo tape was also made with Soft And Wet, Love Is Forever, Baby & Aces

Sound 80, Minneapolis, 29 December 1976 – summer 1977
Baby #2 (Instrumental) (3:15)
Baby #3 (3:08)
Just As Long As We’re Together #1 (3:34)
Soft And Wet #2 (3:04) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Instrumental (3:49)
My Love Is Forever #2 (previously “Love Is Forever”) (4:03) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Make It Through The Storm #2 (2:44) (Prince/Chris Moon)
Jelly Jam #2 (Instrumental) (2:05)
In Love #1
Just As Long As We’re Together #2 (incorporates “Jelly Jam”) (5:45)
Just As Long As We’re Together #3 (5:51)
Love In The Morning
You Really Get To Me

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Pepé Willie, Willie’s home, 1978
- Guitar, bass & backing vocals: Prince
Dance To The Music Of The World #1 (Practice Session)* (Pepé Willie)

Pepé Willie, Sound 80, Minneapolis, 1978
- Guitar, keyboards & drums: Prince, backing vocals on “Dance To The Music Of The World”: Prince
Just Another Sucker (5:21)* (Pepé Willie/Prince)
Lovin’ Cup (4:20)* (Pepé Willie)
Dance To The Music Of The World #2 (5:07)* (Pepé Willie)

Pepé Willie, home studio, 1978
You Can Be My Teacher (4:06)* (Pepé Willie) - bass
Love, Love, Love (3:52)* (Pepé Willie) – bass & guitar

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

Pepé Willie, Music Farm Studios, New York, 17 February 1979
I Feel For You #1
If You Feel Like Dancin’ (7:08)* (Pepé Willie) – guitar & keyboards
One Man Jam (6:15)* (Pepé Willie) – everything but bass: André Cymone & synth: Pepé Willie
Thrill You Or Kill You #1 (André Cymone)
With You #1

Prince, Alpha Studio, Los Angeles, late April – 13 June 1979
I Wanna Be Your Lover (5:47)*
Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad? (3:49)*
Sexy Dancer #1 – with sound engineer
Sexy Dancer #2 (Long Version) (8:54)* - edit of #1
When We’re Dancing Close And Slow (5:18)*
With You #2 (3:59)*
Bambi (4:22)*
Still Waiting (4:24)*
I Feel For You #2
It’s Gonna Be Lonely (5:30)*
Oh, Baby #1

Prince, Hollywood Sound Records, Los Angeles, June 1979
Darling Marie #2
Sexy Dancer #3 (4:18)* - edit of #2
I Feel For You #3 (3:24)* - edit of #2

The Rebels, Mountain Ears Sound Studios, Boulder, Colorado, 10 – 21 July 1979
You #1 (2:53) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman
Too Long (4:09) (Dez Dickerson) – lead vocal: Dez Dickerson
Hard To Get #1 (3:24) – lead vocal: André Cymone, backing vocal: Prince
Thrill You Or Kill You #2 (6:06) (André Cymone) – lead vocal: André Cymone
Disco Away (4:29) (Dez Dickerson) – lead vocal: Dez Dickerson
Instrumental 1 (1:05) (Dez Dickerson) – acoustic guitar & guitar sounding like synth
Instrumental 2 (1:00) (André Cymone) - bass & drums
If I Love You Tonight #1 (4:42) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman
Turn Me On (1:58) – lead vocal: Gayle Chapman
Head #1

Dirty Mind, home studio, spring – summer 1980
American Jam
Eros (possibly instrumental) #1
Dirty Mind (4:11)*
When You Were Mine (3:44)*
Do It All Night (3:42)*
Gotta Broken Heart Again (2:13)*
Uptown (5:30)*
Head #2 (4:40)*
Sister (1:33)*
Party Up (4:24)* (Morris Day/Prince)
Big Brass Bed

Home studio, 1980
Bulgaria
Everybody Dance - performed live in December 1980 and on 9 March 1981, no known studio recording
Gotta Stop (Messin’ About) (2:54)*
I Don’t Wanna Stop #1 –re-recorded & released by Ren Woods in 1982
Lisa (5:58)
Plastic Love Affair
Rough #1 – also referred to as Too Rough, Tough and Too Tough
When The Shit Comes Down (Or: When The Shit Goes Down) – rehearsal live recording

Alexander O’ Neal, pre The Time 1981
Rough #2

Home studio, early 1981
She’s Just A Baby #1 (4:44) – possibly inspired by Susan Moonsie who was 16 when Prince started dating her
Broken (3:04)
Commercial #1
Hump You
Susan

The Time, home studio, April 1981 – album mixed in late April
- Lead vocal: Morris Day, backing vocals: Lisa Coleman, synth solo on “Get It Up” & “The Stick”: Matt Fink
Get It Up (9:05)*
Girl (5:34)*
After Hi School (4:20)* (Dez Dickerson)
Cool (10:06)* (Prince/Dez Dickerson)
Oh, Baby #2 (4:57)*
The Stick (8:23)* (Lisa Coleman/Prince)

Home studio, spring – summer 1981
Let’s Rock #1

Home studio, 1981
Dancin’ Flu (Prince/Dez Dickerson)
Dear Uncle George #1
Delivery Boy #1
Forever Mine (Kenny Gamble/Leon Huff) – cover of The O’Jays
Friction
Hard To Get #2
I Can’t Figure It Out (Dez Dickerson)
The Rain And You - ballad
Rain #1 – possibly a cappella

Controversy, home studio, summer 1981
Controversy (7:14)*
Sexuality (4:20)*
Ronnie, Talk To Russia #1
Annie Christian (4:21)*
Poppa Grooves (Instrumental) #1
There’s Something I Like About Being Your Fool #1
Tick, Tick, Bang #1 (3:16)

Controversy, Hollywood Sound, June - August 1981
Delivery Boy #2
Do Me, Baby (7:47)*
Let’s Work #2 (3:57)* (previously “Let’s Rock”)
Ronnie, Talk To Russia #2 (1:48)*
Jack U Off (3:12)* (June) - Keyboards: Lisa Coleman & Matt Fink, drums: Bobby Z. Rivkin
Make U Mine (June) - Keyboards: Lisa Coleman & Matt Fink, drums: Bobby Z. Rivkin
There’s Something I Like About Being Your Fool #2 (June)

Controversy, Sunset Sound, 14-16 August 1981 - album completed by mid-August
There’s Something I Like About Being Your Fool #3 (14-15/8)
Private Joy #2 (4:25)* (16/8) (previously “Dear Uncle George”)

The Hookers, home studio, 1981 - Jamie Shoop & Susan Moonsie
I Need A Man #1 – lead vocal: Jamie Shoop
Make-up (2:39)*
Wet Dream #1
Jealous Girl #1 – offered to The Bangles in 1985
Pizza
Drive Me Wild (2:32)*

Unnamed project, home studio, 1981
See U Dead
Heart Attack
Kiss Me Quick
Strange Way Of Saying I Love You (2:09)
Gym Class

Home studio, autumn-winter 1981
The Second Coming (1:58) (autumn)
Baby I’m A Star #1 (autumn/winter)
Rearrange #1 (7/12)
Baby I’m A Star #2 (7-8/12)
Let’s Work (Dance Remix) (8:02)* (8/12)
Feel U Up #1 (6:38) – segued with
Irresistible Bitch #1 (4:36) (winter)
Jerk Out #1 (late 1981) (Prince/Jimmy Jam/Terry Lewis/Morris Day)

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

The Time: What Time Is It?, home studio, 11 January 1982
Gigolos Get Lonely Too (4:40)*
Bold Generation

The Time: What Time Is It?, Sunset Sound, 14-20 January 1982
International Lover (6:35)* (14/1)
The Walk (9:30)* (14/1)
Colleen (15/1)
You’re All I Want #1 (16/1)
Wild And Loose (7:32)* (19/1) (Prince/Dez Dickerson)
Turn It Up (5:30) (20/1)
Turn It Up (Edit) (3:33)
Turn It Up (Part 2) (2:30)

The Time, pre 12 February 1982
Dance To The Beat (Live at 1st Avenue 8/3-1982) (5:48)

Home studio, early 1982
All The Critics Love U In New York (5:55)*
Do Yourself A Favour #2 (previously “If You See Me”) (8:41) (Pepé Willie)
Money Don’t Grow On Trees – possibly intended for The Hookers
No Call U #1 (3:02)

Vanity 6, Sunset Sound, 25 March – 9 April 1982 – album completed in May
Bite The Beat (3:13)* (Prince/Jesse Johnson)
He’s So Dull (2:32)* (Dez Dickerson) - produced, guitar & drums by Dez Dickerson
Too Much
Nasty Girl (5:16)*
Wet Dream #2 (4:11)*
Let’s Pretend We’re Married (7:20)* (30/3)
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #4 (1/4)
Extra Loveable (7:06) (3/4)
If A Girl Answers (Don’t Hang Up) (5:35)* (Prince/Terry Lewis)
3 x 2 = 6 (5:22)* (5/4)
If It’ll Make U Happy (6/4)

Home studio, April 1982
Girl O’ My Dreams #1
Raspberry Beret #1
777-9311 (7:57)*

1999, Sunset Sound, 20 April – 10 May 1982
D.M.S.R. #1 (8:05)* (20/4)
Free (5:00)* (25/4)
How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore (3:54)* (26/4)
Something In The Water (Does Not Compute) #1 (4:09) (28/4)
Automatic (9:24)* (2/5)
Delirious #1 (6:05) (9/5)

The Time: What Time Is It?, home studio, May/June 1982 – album completed 20 July
Grace (2:32)*
I Don’t Wanna Leave You (6:30)*
OnedayI’mgonnabesomebody (2:27)*

1999, Sunset Sound, 6-11 July 1982
Moonbeam Levels #1 (3:58) (6/7)
Lady Cab Driver (8:25)* (7/7)
Baby, You’re A Trip #1 (3:26) (8/7)
Something In The Water (Does Not Compute) #2 (4:00)* - tentative placing

1999, home studio, July/August 1982
Little Red Corvette (4:58)*
1999 (6:22)*
Mia Bocca #1

1999, Sunset Sound, 10-14 August – album completed
D.M.S.R. #2 (6:23) – edit of #1, tentative placing
Delirious #2 (3:56)* - edit of #1, tentative placing

Piano rehearsal, 1982 - tentative placing
Improvisation (12:04)
Purple Music (16:30)

Home studio, 1982
Boom, Boom, Can’t U Feel The Beat Of My Heart #1
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #1
Don’t Let Him Fool Ya #1
Fox Trap
Girl (7:36)*
Horny Toad (2:13)*
I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man #1
Lust U Always #1
Mink Kitty Cat #1 – intended for Vanity, tentative placing
My Baby Knows How To Love Me #1
New Position #1
Purple Music #1 (10:48)
Purple Music #2 (10:35) – extra guitar parts & vocal differences
Strange Relationship #1
Teacher, Teacher #1
U Should Be Mine (possibly instrumental) – offered to Eric Leeds in July 1989 for new Madhouse album
Yah, U Know #1
You’re My Love #1

Sunset Sound, 7-14 January 1983
Little Red Corvette (Dance Mix) (8:22)*
Drive Me Wild (Extended Version) (7:08)*

Stevie Nicks, S.I.R., January 1983
Stand Back (4:57) (Stevie Nicks) - Synthesizer: Prince

The Time: Ice Cream Castle, Sunset Sound, 26-27 March 1983
Jungle Love (5:29)* (26/3) (Prince/Morris Day/Jesse Johnson)
My Summertime Thang #1 (27/3)
Cloreen Bacon Skin (15:37)* (27/3)

The Time: Ice Cream Castle, Sunset Sound, 14-22 April 1983
Chili Sauce (5:45)* (14/4) - originally entitled Proposition #17
If The Kid Can’t Make You Come (7:33)* (16/4)
Chocolate #1 (5:49) (17/4)
Velvet Kitty Cat #2 (previously “Mink Kitty Cat”) (19/4)
My Love Belongs To You (20/4)

Vanity 6, home studio, spring – summer 1983
Wet Dream Cousin (Instrumental) (4:42) (May) – worked on by Prince & Bobby Z., offered to Eric Leeds in July 1989 for Madhouse
Possessed #1 (8:32) (24/5)
17 Days #1 (summer)
Vanity 6: Vibrator (Spoken Part) (1:17)
Vanity 6: Vibrator (7:14) – segues with
G-Spot #1 (5:13) (summer)
Vanity 6: Sex Shooter #1 (7:03) (summer)
Promise To Be True #1 (summer)
Wonderful Ass #1
Instrumental (Bass Part) (4:11) – tentative placing
Instrumental (“Jamming ‘til The Dawn”/”Climax”) (4:50) – tentative placing

Piano rehearsal, 1983 – tentative placing
17 Days (6:30)
Purple Rain (1:15)
A Case Of You (1:58) (Joni Mitchell)
Mary, Don’t You Weep (4:59) (Inez Andrew)
Strange Relationship (2:55)
International Lover (4:03)
There’s No Telling What I Might Do #1 (0:55) – later retitled Wednesday
Cold Coffee And Cocaine (5:37)
Mama (6:58)

1983 – tentative placing
Electrocution (Instrumental) – offered to Eric Leeds for Madhouse in July 1989
Money
Ain’t Too Proud To Beg (Eddie Holland/Norman Whitfield) – cover of The Temptations
Father's Song (5:15) (John L. Nelson?)

Jill Jones, summer 1983
Mia Bocca #2

Prince and The Revolution, 1st Avenue, 3 August 1983
Let’s Go Crazy (4:36)
When You Were Mine (2:23)
A Case Of U (2:36) (Joni Mitchell)
Computer Blue (6:36)
Delirious (4:32)
Electric Intercourse #1 (5:26)
Automatic (5:53)
I Would Die 4 U #1 (2:10)
Baby I’m A Star #3 (4:52)
Little Red Corvette (3:42)
Speech by Loyce Houlton, artistic director of MDT (1:17)
Purple Rain #1 (13:34)
D.M.S.R. (8:01)

Home studio, early August 1983
Darling Nikki #1 (4:15)

Purple Rain, Sunset Sound, 15 August – 21 September 1983
Computer Blue #1 (14:03) (15/8) (Prince/Matt Fink/Lisa Coleman/Wendy Melvoin/John L. Nelson) – no hallway speech
Computer Blue #2 (11:54) – with hallway speech
I Would Die 4 U #2 (3:17)
Baby I’m A Star #4 (4:54)
I Would Die 4 U #3 (2:51)*
Baby I’m A Star #5 (4:20)* - edit of #4
Purple Rain #2 Intro (ca.1:00)
Purple Rain #2 (8:45)* - edit of #1
Purple Rain (Orchestration) (10:20)
Sheena Easton: Sugar Walls (3:58)* (September)
I Am Five (Instrumental) (7/9)
Irresistible Bitch #2 (4:11)* (15/9)
Electric Intercourse #2 (mid September)
The Beautiful Ones #1 (5:56) (20/9)

The Time, 1st Avenue, 4 October 1983
The Bird #1 (7:40)* (Prince/Morris Day/Jesse Johnson)

Prince and The Revolution, St. Louis Park Warehouse, October 1983
Let’s Go Crazy #1 (Special Dance Mix/Extended Version) (7:37)*
Computer Blue #3 (13:29) (Prince/Matt Fink/Lisa Coleman/Wendy Melvoin/John L. Nelson)

Purple Rain, home studio, late October – November 1983 – test pressing of album 7 November 1983
Let’s Go Crazy #2 (4:39)* - edit of #1
Computer Blue #4 (7:23) (Prince/Matt Fink/Lisa Coleman/Wendy Melvoin/John L. Nelson) – edit of #2/segued with
Darling Nikki #2 (4:15)*
Wednesday #2 (24/10) – lead vocal: Jill Jones, previously titled There’s No Telling What I Might Do
Father’s Song (1:12) (29/10) (John L. Nelson?)
Sex Shooter #2 (Long Version) (7:00)* (November)
Sex Shooter #3 (3:39)* - edit of #2
Katrina’s Paper Dolls
I Wonder #1 – tentative placing

Apollonia 6, Sunset Sound, 27-28 December 1983
The Glamorous Life #1 (27/12)
In A Spanish Villa (2:12)* (28/12)
Next Time Wipe The Lipstick Off Your Collar #1 (28/12)

Sunset Sound, 30-31 December 1983
Erotic City #1 (7:24)* (30/12)
Erotic City #2 (6:40)
Erotic City #3 (6:52)
She’s Always In My Hair (New Mix) (6:48)* (30/12)
We Can Fuck #1 (31/12) – with Wendy, Susannah & Jonathan Melvoin, Lisa & David Coleman

Apollonia 6 & The Time, Sunset Sound, 1-5 January 1984
Apollonia 6: Moral Majority #2 (1-2/1)
The Time: The Bird #2 (6:29) (Prince/Morris Day/Jesse Johnson)
Apollonia 6: The Belle Of St. Mark #1 (5/1) – based on rhythm track by Jesse Johnson
Apollonia 6: Oliver’s House #1 (5/1)

Sunset Sound, 8-9 January 1984
17 Days #2 (3:54)* (8/1) (Prince/Matt Fink/Lisa Coleman/Wendy Melvoin)
Shortberry Strawcake (4:44)* (9/1)

The Time: Ice Cream Castle, Sunset Sound, 11-13 January 1984
My Drawers (4:04)* (11/1)
Ice Cream Castles (7:33)* (13/1) (Prince/Morris Day)
Chocolate #2 (5:26) – tentative placing

Apollonia 6, Sunset Sound, 19-27 January 1984
Some Kind Of Lover (4:48)* (19/1)
A Million Miles (I Love You) #1 (excerpt 2:06) (20/1) – recorded live by Prince with Sheila E, Wendy & Lisa
A Million Miles (I Love You) #2 (5:51)* (Prince/Lisa Coleman)
Take Me With U #1 (4:56) (27/1)

Sunset Sound, 1 February 1984
Tricky (3:12)*

Apollonia 6; Sunset Sound, 4-5 February 1984 – 1st test pressing of album 29 February
Manic Monday #1 (2:50) (4/2)
Ooh She She Wa Wa (4:10)* (5/2)

Sunset Sound, 7 February – 17 March 1984
God (Love Theme From Purple Rain/Instrumental) (7:49)* (7/2)
Noon Rendezvous #1 (13/2)
Another Lonely Christmas (6:47)* (18/2)
Pop Life (3:42)* (19/2) – drums: Sheila E
Love And Sex (27/2) – fast number with percussive drum machine beat & almost shouted vocal
Traffic Jam (Instrumental) (27/2) – funky drum machine groove, rock riff alternating on guitar & synth
When Doves Cry (5:52)* (1/3)
Paisley Park (4:41)* (9/3)
Possessed #2 (17/3)
Possessed #3 (Instrumental) (7:44) – tentative placing

Sheila E. in The Glamorous Life, Sunset Sound, 1-4 April 1984 – album completed
The Belle Of St. Mark #2 (5:08)* - based on rhythm track by Jesse Johnson
Noon Rendezvous #2 (3:50)*
Oliver’s House #2 (6:20)*
Next Time Wipe The Lipstick Off Your Collar #2 (3:50)*
The Glamorous Life #2 (8:58)*

Purple Rain, Sunset Sound, 14 April 1984 – album completed
Take Me With U #2 (3:54)*
The Beautiful Ones #2 (5:15)* – edit of #1
Computer Blue #5 (3:59)* (Prince/Matt Fink/Lisa Coleman/Wendy Melvoin/John L. Nelson) - edit of #4

Apollonia 6, Sunset Sound, 15 April 1984
Blue Limousine (6:19)*
Purple Rain End Credits Medley (5:25) – tentative placing

Capitol Studios, spring 1984
Temptation #1 – sax: Eddie Minnifield

Prince and The Revolution, 1st Avenue, 7 June 1984
17 Days (5:26)
Our Destiny #1 (3:11)/(3:08) – segued with
Roadhouse Garden #2 (4:46)/(4:55)
All Day, All Night #1 (5:41)
Free (4:38)
Noon Rendezvous (9:06)
Erotic City (7:54)
Something In The Water (Does Not Compute) (10:08)
When Doves Cry (12:02)
The audience chants Happy Birthday (0:36)
Irresistible Bitch (5:48)
Possessed (5:41)

Apollonia 6, Eden Prairie Warehouse, June 1984 – album completed
Happy Birthday, Mr. Christian (7:06)*
The Bangles: Manic Monday #2 (3:08)* – tentative placing

The Family, Eden Prairie Warehouse, June – 18 July 1984
High Fashion #1 (5:01) – co-lead vocal: St. Paul Peterson
Mutiny #1 (3:53)
Susannah’s Pajamas #1 (4:01) – originally entitled Mazarati
Desire #1 (5:16)
Rough #3 – deemed inappropriate for The Family project, copyrighted at Library of Congress 25/3-‘85
High Fashion #2 (5:06)*
Mutiny #2 (3:57)*
River Run Dry (3:31)* (Bobby Z)
Susannah’s Pajamas #2 (3:58)* (Prince/Eric Leeds)
Desire #2 (4:58)*
Lust U Always #2 (Instrumental) (10:27) – bootlegged as Divinity, tentative placing
Feline #1 (14/7) – tom-toms: Bobby Z. Rivkin & Jellybean Johnson, saxophone: Eric Leeds
Feline #2 (Instrumental) (4:07) – bootlegged as Be Alive and Just 4 U
Nothing Compares 2 U #1 (4:43) (18/7) – lead-vocal: St. Paul Peterson
Nothing Compares 2 U #2 (4:31)*

Eden Prairie Warehouse, 23 July – October 1984
America #1 (21:42)* (23/7) – recorded live with The Revolution
America #2 (3:40)* – edit of #1
100 M.P.H. #1 (3:20)
The Dance Electric #1 (11:42) (17/8)
André Cymone: The Dance Electric #2 (5:37)* - tentative placing
The Family: The Screams Of Passion (5:26)* (19/8)
God (Vocal) (3:59)* (20/8)
Raspberry Beret #2 (3:31)* (August) – strings: Wendy & Lisa
Tambourine (2:46)* (summer/autumn)
The Family: Miss Understood (5:22) (September)
The Family: I Don’t Wanna Stop #2 – previously released
Around The World In A Day #1 (5:58) (16/9) – based on David Coleman’s June’84 recording
Around The World In A Day #2 (5:17) – based on David Coleman’s June ’84 recording
Around The World In A Day #3 (3:25)* - based on David Coleman’s June’84 recording
Our Destiny #2 (27-29/9) – overdubbing by Wendy & Lisa at Sunset Sound, string part used as segue between Pop Life and The Ladder on Around The World In A Day
Yes #1 (7:02) (8/10) (Prince/Eric Leeds) – originally entitled Lisa (different from 1980 track of same title)
Yes #2 (4:27)* - edit of #1
Sheila E.: The Belle Of St. Mark (Dance Remix) (7:43)* - tentative placing
The Time: The Bird (Remix/Dance Mix) (6:25)* - tentative placing

Sunset Sound, 9 October 1984
Condition Of The Heart (6:46)*

Eden Prairie Warehouse, October 1984
I Would Die 4 U (12” version) #1 (30:41) - recorded live with The Revolution and Sheila E & her band
I Would Die 4 U (12” version) #2 (10:20)* – edit of #1

Prince And The Revolution, Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, 4 November 1984
I Would Die 4 U (Video Version) (4:31) – with Sheila E and members of her band
Baby I’m A Star (Video Version) #1 – with Sheila E and members of her band
Baby I’m A Star (Video Version) #2 (9:28) – edit of #1

Sheila E in Romance 1600, tour stops, early December 1984
Bedtime Story (3:45)*
Dear Michaelangelo (4:38)*
Fish Fries (Instrumental) (Prince/Sheila E.)
Small Grey Monkey (Instrumental)
Toy Box #1 (5:32)*
Toy Box #2 (Instrumental) (6:25)

Prince and The Revolution, St. Paul Civic Center, 23 December 1984
The Ladder (5:26)* - saxophone: Eddie Minnifield, background vocals: Susannah Melvoin & Taja Sevelle

Around The World In A Day, mobile truck, 24 December 1984 – album completed
Temptation #2 (8:21)* - closing dialogue is added

Sheila E in Romance 1600, tour stops, early January 1985
A Love Bizarre (12:18)* (Prince/Sheila E)
Sister Fate (3:50)*
Sister Fate (Instrumental) (3:39)*

Prince And The Revolution, The Summit, Houston, January 1985
Take Me With U (Video Version) (4:41)

Prince and The Revolution, New Orleans Superdome, 2 February 1985
4 The Tears In Your Eyes (2:45)*

Sheila E in Romance 1600, Sunset Sound, 5-13 February 1985 – album completed
Romance 1600 (3:56)* (5/2)
Yellow (2:11)* (8/2)
Feline #3
(Merci For The Speed Of A Mad Clown In Summer)
Sister Fate (Extended Version) (5:48)* - tentative placing

S.I.R., Los Angeles, April 1985
4 The Tears In Your Eyes (Video Version) (3:23)* - performed with Wendy & Lisa

Parade, Sunset Sound, 17-28 April 1985 – 1st album configuration 1 May 1985
Little Girl Wendy’s Parade #1 (2:09) (17/4) – backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
New Position #2 (17/4) – backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
I Wonder U #1 (1:38) (17/4) – backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
Under The Cherry Moon (2:57)* (17/4) – backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
Others Here With Us (2:42) (20/4)
Tibet (Instrumental) (20/4)
Old Friends 4 Sale #1 (3:33) (20/4)
Sometimes It Snows In April (6:50)* (21/4) – with Wendy & Lisa
Life Can Be So Nice (3:12)* (21/4)
Evolsidog #1 (23/4)
Sheila E: Holly Rock #1 (Extended Version) (6:37)* (24/4)
Sheila E: Holly Rock #2 (4:56)* - edit of #1
Kiss #1 (1:18) – bootlegged as Kiss (Acoustic Blues)
Mazarati: Kiss #2 (4:05)
Kiss #3 (Instrumental Version) (4:25)
Kiss #4 (3:45)* (28/4) – single version
Kiss #5 (3:38)* - album version
All My Dreams #1 (7:15) (28/4) – backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
Wendy’s Paradise – not in DMSR’s sessionography or Turn It Up 2.0, tentative placing

Sunset Sound, early May 1985
Velvet Kitty Cat #3
All Day, All Night #2 (5:54)

Mazarati, early May 1985
Jerk Out #2 (6:57)
100 MPH #2 (7:22)*
100 MPH (Extended Version) (7:23) – tentative placing
Strawberry Lover (5:30)* (Brownmark/Prince)
I Guess It’s All Over (4:56)* (Brownmark/Prince)
Suzie Lovelace (5:18) (Brownmark)

Jill Jones, Sunset Sound, 10 May – 2 June 1985
My Man (3:15)* (10/5)
Paisley Park (Remix) (6:56)* - tentative placing
Raspberry Beret (New Mix) (6:38)* - tentative placing
Hello (6:38)* (24/5)
Stella And Charles (26/5)
Come Elektra Tuesday #1 (26/5) – lead vocal: Prince, backing vocals: Jill Jones
Heaven (7:07) (26/5)
Polka-Dot Tiger (Instrumental) (28/5)
Drawers (Instrumental) (3:41)* (29/5) (Prince/Eric Leeds) – released as Little Rock on Eric Leeds: Times Squared in 1991
Married Man (29/5)
Killin’ At The Soda Shop #1 (29/5)
Zebra With The Blonde Hair (Instrumental) (29/5)
For Love (4:27)* (30/5) – saxophone: Eric Leeds, drums: Jellybean Johnson, bass: Paul Peterson
Living Doll (2/6)

Wendy & Lisa overdubs, Sunset Sound, June 1985
Teacher, Teacher #2 (3:05) – backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
Strange Relationship #2 (4:24) – tambourine & congas: Lisa, sitar & wooden flute: Wendy

Parade, Eden Prairie Warehouse, 8-9 July 1985
Girls & Boys #1 (5:41) (8/7)* - with Wendy, Lisa, Susannah, Sheila E & Marie France
Girls & Boys #2 (5:30)* - edit of #1
Love Or $ #1 (4:10) – with Wendy & Lisa

Parade, home studio, 10 July 1985
Neon Telephone #1 (10/7)

Parade, Eden Prairie Warehouse, 14-25 July 1985
Do U Lie? (2:43)* (14/7) – drums: Jonathan Melvoin, backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
God Is Everywhere (mid-July) – piano-based ballad, gospel style choir: Wendy & Lisa, mixed 26/9 by Susan Rogers
Alexa De Paris (4:54)* (July) – drums: Sheila E
Venus De Milo (1:54)* (July) – drums: Sheila E
Pop Life (Extended) (9:10)* – tentative placing
Pop Life (Fresh Dance Mix) (6:20)* - remixed by Sheila E., tentative placing
The Screams Of Passion (Extended Version) (6:48)* - tentative placing
(U Got The) Good Drawers (25/7) – saxophone: Eric Leeds, keyboards: Susannah, drums: H.B. Bennett

Home Studio, late July 1985
The Question Of U #1

Eden Prairie Warehouse, late July – mid August 1985
Call Of The Wild (late July)
Yah, U Know #2
Splash #1 (1/8)
Empty Room #1 (4/8) – recorded live with The Revolution
Sexual Suicide #1 (3:33) (10/8) – horns: Eric Leeds
Go #1 (August) – recorded with Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman

Jill Jones, Eden Prairie Warehouse, summer 1985
G-Spot #2 (4:30)*
Baby, You’re A Trip #2
11 Minutes – tentative placing, not in DMSR’s sessionography
No Call U #2 – tentative placing
My Baby Knows How To Love Me #2 – tentative placing
There’s Something I Like About Being Your Fool #4 – tentative placing
My Sex (August)

Clare Fischer, August 1985
Killin’ At The Soda Shop #2
My Baby Knows How To Love Me #3
I Wonder U #2 (1:30) – tentative placing
I Wonder U #3 (1:38) – tentative placing
Old Friends 4 Sale #2 (3:30) – tentative placing

October 1985
The Family: High Fashion (12” Version)

Prince And The Revolution, Thétre de Verdure, Nice, 27 October 1985
America (Video Version) (9:45)

Wendy & Lisa overdubs, Advision Studios, London, late October – early November 1985
New Position #2 (2:21)*
I Wonder U #4 (1:40)* - tentative placing
Sexual Suicide #2 (3:39)* – backing vocals: Wendy Melvoin, horns: Eric Leeds
It’s For You (Instrumental)
Instrumental #1 (Mountains)

Parade, Eden Prairie Warehouse, 30 November – 16 December 1985
Mountains #2 (3:58)* (30/11) – with the expanded Revolution
An Honest Man #1 (Instrumental) (4:21) (30/11)
An Honest Man #2 (Vocal) – tentative placing
An Honest Man #3 (1:13)* - edit of #2
Christopher Tracy’s Parade #2 (2:11)* (previously “Little Girl Wendy’s Parade”) – tentative placing

Sunset Sound, 16-26 December 1985 – Parade album completed
Anotherloverholenyohead (3:58)* (16/12)
Sheila E: Love On A Blue Train #1 (17/12) (Prince/Sheila E)
Dream Factory #1 (3:07)* (December) – backing vocals: Wendy, Lisa & Susannah
She Pony (December)
Eternity #1 (3:56) (December) – offered to George Clinton’s Vanessa Williams-project
A Couple Of Miles (Instrumental) #1 (ca.5:00) (26/12) – tenor & baritone sax added by Eric Leeds 30/12
Can I Play With U? (4:09) (26/12) – saxophone: Eric Leeds, offered to Miles Davis

Four-hour Paisley Jam, Sunset Sound, 28 December 1985
- guitar & piano: Prince, drums: Sheila E, bass: Levi Seacer, Jr., saxophone: Eric Leeds
Slaughterhouse #1 (8:07) - mid-tempo funk groove
Slaughterhouse #2 (1:47) - tentative placing
U Just Can’t Stop (8:01) - uptempo funk jam. Flute overdub: Eric Leeds
Run Amok (6:00) - shuffling rock groove
Mobile (6:20)
Madrid #1 (9:15) – part of the melody re-used on Andorra
Madrid #2 (6:56) - edit of #1
Breathless (6:47) – slow airy number. Sax and flute: Eric Leeds. Remixed 4/10-‘88
High Calonic (10:13) - slow funk number
12 Keys (The Question Of U Instrumental) (6:30)

Sunset Sound, 30 December 1985
- guitar & piano: Prince, drums: Sheila E, bass: Levi Seacer, Jr., saxophone: Eric Leeds
U Gotta Shake Something #1
Voodoo Who (5:29) – slow bluesy number. Prince sings Sade’s Is It A Crime midway through
Finest Whiskey - slow blues number
A Couple Of Miles #2 (Instrumental) (4:30) – tenor & baritone saxophone: Eric Leeds

Seven-hour Everybody’s Jam, Sunset Sound, 5 January 1986
- drums: Prince, percussion: Sheila E & Jonathan Melvoin, bass: Levi Seacer, Jr., saxophone: Eric Leeds, guitar & bass: Wendy Melvoin, piano: Lisa Coleman
Groove In C Minor (8:00) - funky groove
Slow Groove In G Major (9:53)
Groove In G Flat Minor (13:00) - really fast groove
Junk Music #1 (45:00)
Up From Below
Y’All Want Some More?
For Love #1 (about 28 minutes) – tentative placing

Jill Jones, 8 January 1986
Jill Jones: Too Rough #4 (previously “Rough”) – saxophone: Eric Leeds, offered to Joyce Kennedy

Sunset Sound, 12-22 January 1986 – The Flesh album completed 22 January
Last Heart (3:01)* (12/1) – saxophone: Eric Leeds, backing vocals: Susannah Melvoin
Conversation Piece (12/1) – saxophone: Eric Leeds
Kiss (Extended Version) #1 (7:16)* (14-16/1)
Kiss (Extended Version) #2
Love Or $ #2 (6:50)* - tentative placing
Evolsidog #2
Splash #2 (4:04) – available from NPGMC
Neon Telephone #2 (3:50)
Go #2 (excerpt 1:07) – bootlegged as Leave Me Alone
Roadhouse Garden #2
Wonderful Ass #2 (10:01) – reworked by Wendy & Lisa
Wonderful Ass #3 (6:16) – edit of #2
Incidental music for Under The Cherry Moon
Junk Music #2 (ca.20:00) – edit of #1
U Gotta Shake Something #2 (15:19)

Jill Jones, Sunset Sound, 28-31 January 1986
Mia Bocca #3 (7:21)*
All Day, All Night #3
Baby, You’re A Trip #3 (5:23)*
Jill Jones: With You (4:00)* (late January) – previously released
It’s A Wonderful Day (3:40) (30/1) – backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa

John L. Nelson, Sunset Sound, 9 February 1986
Duet With Dad

Jill Jones, Sunset Sound, 17 February – 1 March 1986 – 1st album configuration 22 February
Euphoria Highway (Instrumental) (2:04) (17/2) – offered to George Clinton’s Vanessa Williams-project

Sunset Sound, 11 March 1986
Fun Love #2
Twosday

Home studio, 15-19 March 1986
The Ballad Of Dorothy Parker (4:04)* (15/3)
And How #1 (19/3)
Power Fantastic Intro (1:24) – bootlegged as Miles Ahead
Power Fantastic (4:45)* (Prince/Wendy & Lisa) (19/3) – based on piano piece Carousel by Wendy & Lisa, vocals: Prince, bass: Wendy, piano: Lisa, drums: Bobby Z, flute: Eric Leeds, trumpet: Matt Blistan
Power Fantastic (incl. Intro) (6:10)

Prince and The Revolution, Eden Prairie Warehouse, 20 March 1986
And That Says What? (Funky Instrumental) (Prince/The Revolution)

Sheila E, Sunset Sound, 22-26 March 1986
Boy’s Club #1 (23/3) (Prince/Sheila E)
Love And Sex (25/3) – different from 1984 track of same title
Mountains (Extended Version) (9:52)* (late March)

Home studio, late March – early April 1986
Witness 4 The Prosecution #1 (3:57)
Movie Star #1 (4:07) – party girl: Susannah Melvoin, segued with
A Place In Heaven #1 (2:49)

Sheila E, Sunset Sound, April 1986
(Soul Salsa*)
(Hon E Man*)
(Wednesday Like A River*)
(Grease)

Wendy & Lisa, Susannah, Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan overdubs, 15 April 1986
Witness 4 The Prosecution #2 (3:57) – organ: Lisa, sax: Eric, percussion & backing vocals: Wendy, Lisa & Susannah
Movie Star #2 (4:19) – party girl: Susannah Melvoin, segued with
A Place In Heaven #2 (2:49) – lead vocal: Lisa Coleman
Visions (Instrumental) (2:11) (Lisa Coleman) – an edit released as Minneapolis #1 by Wendy & Lisa in 1990

Home studio, mid – late April 1986 – 1st configuration of Dream Factory late April
Crystal Ball #1 (9:55) (17/4) – backing vocals: Susannah, spoken segment: Wendy & Lisa
Starfish And Coffee #1 (2:45) (Prince/Susannah Melvoin) (17/4) – no clock alarm, backing vocals: Susannah
Big Tall Wall #1 (5:50) (April)

Sunset Sound, 3-11 May 1986
Get On Up (4:32) (Gilbert Moorer/Sheppard) (3/5) – cover of The Esquires, with Wendy & Lisa, Sheila E, Levi Seacer, Jr., Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan
In A Large Room With No Light (3:11) (4/5) – drums: Sheila E, bass: Levi, guitar: Wendy, keyboards: Lisa, alto sax: Norbert Stachel, tenor sax: Eric Leeds, trumpet: Matt Blistan, backing vocals: Susannah
Get On Up (12” Version) (5/5)
Anotherloverholenyohead (Extended Version) (7:56)* - tentative placing
If I Could Get Your Attention #1 (10/5)
Frustration (10/5)
It (5:10)* (11/5)
Boy U Bad (11/5)
Interlude (Instrumental) (0:58) (Wendy Melvoin) (May)
You’re My Love #2 (May) – with Clare Fischer, re-recorded & released by Kenny Rogers in 1986

Prince and The Revolution, Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, 23 May 1986
Song In C (ca.6:00) - incl. chants from Holly Rock and George Clinton’s Mix-Master Suite

Sheila E, Sunset Sound, 26-29 May 1986
Pride And The Passion (4:05)* (26/5) (Prince/Sheila E)

Dream Factory, 3 June 1986 – 2nd configuration made, double-album
Nevaeh Ni Ecalp A (0:52) – tentative placing
Dream Factory # 2 (3:27) – a few seconds of music at the end are different from the released version, tentative placing

Home studio, 4 June 1986
Slow Love #1 (Prince/Carole Davis) – guitar: Wendy, horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan, backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
Yah, U Know #3 – saxophone: Eric Leeds

Sunset Sound, 12 June 1986
Baby Go-Go #1 (3:28)

Prince and The Revolution, Eden Prairie Warehouse, 17-18 June 1986
Data Bank #1 (8:30) (17/6)
Data Bank #2 (7:15) – edit of #1
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #2 (2:08) (17/6) – segued with
We Can Funk #2 (5:25) (17/6) – previously We Can Fuck
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #3 (2:07) – different mix, segued with
We Can Funk #3 (5:45) – different mix
Girl O’ My Dreams #2 (1:26) (18/6)
Girl O’ My Dreams #3 (1:25) – different mix, re-recorded and released by T.C. Ellis in 1991
We Can Funk #4 (5:56 – incl. 0:10 segue from Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got) – a bit slower, polished mix

Home studio, 7-9 July 1986
Train #1 (4:18) (7/7)
Egg Plant (8/7) – backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
It Ain’t Over ‘Til The Fat Lady Sings #1 (Instrumental w/reggae interlude) #1 (9/7) – with Wendy & Lisa, horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan

Clare Fischer, July 1986
Splash #3
Slow Love #2 (4:18)* (Prince/Carole Davis) - tentative placing

Dream Factory, Sunset Sound, 12-18 July 1986 – double-album completed 18 July
The Cross (4:46)* (13/7)
Everybody Want What They Don’t Got (13/7) – backing vocals: Wendy & Lisa
Sign O’ The Times #1 (3:40) (15/7) –segued with
Crystal Ball #2 (9:28) – edit of #1, still with spoken segment
A Place In Heaven #3 (2:43) – lead vocal: Lisa Coleman
Blanche (15/7)
Joy In Repetition #1 (17/7) (5:30)
I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man #2 (6:50) – tentative placing

Prince and The Revolution, rehearsal, Eden Prairie Warehouse, 22 July 1986
Life Can Be So Nice (0:47)
Soul Psychodelicide #1/Ice Cream Castles (59:34) – different from 1989 track of same title
Around The World In A Day (2:04)
Christopher Tracy’s Parade (3:03)
New Position (2:10)
I Wonder U (3:17)
Raspberry Beret (2:29)
Delirious (1:08)
Controversy (2:37)
Mutiny (2:10)

Home studio, 22 July – 8 August 1986
Instrumental (2:22)* (22/7) (Prince/Eric Leeds) – released as Easy Does It on Eric Leeds: Times Squared in 1991
The Ball #1 (26/7) – horns & party voices: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan, party voices: Greg Brooks & Wally Safford
Adonis And Batsheeba (27/7) – saxophone: Eric Leeds
All My Dreams #2 (5/8)
Hot Thing (5:39)* (6/8)
Forever In My Life (3:38)* (7/8)
Make Your Mama Happy (4:00)* (8/8)

Clare Fischer, August 1986
Fun Love #2
It Ain’t Over ‘Til The Fat Lady Sings #2 (18/8)

Prince and The Revolution, Paris, 25 August 1986
Coco Boys #1 – recorded at the soundcheck
Susannah’s Blues (Instrumental) – recorded at the soundcheck
It’s Gonna Be A Beautiful Night #1 (Prince/Dr. Fink/Eric Leeds) – recorded at the concert

Sheila E, home studio, September 1986
Koo Koo (3:24)* (Prince/Sheila E)
One Day (I’m Gonna Make You Mine) #1 (Prince/Sheila E)

The Dawn, Home studio, 13 September – 1 October 1986
Crucial #1 (7:16) (13/9) – sax: Eric Leeds
Crucial #2 (7:23) – guitar version
Crucial #3 (5:06)* - tentative placing
Coco Boys #2 (14/9)
Shockadelica (6:12)* (16/9)
Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #5 (6:15) (17/9) – offered to Michael Jackson
When The Dawn Of The Morning Comes (mid-September)
Superfunkycalifragisexy #1 (7:27)
Superfunkycalifragisexy #2 (5:55)* - edit of #1
Superfunkycalifragisexy (Instrumental) (3:33) – probably another edit of #1, tentative placing

Madhouse, home studio, 28 September – 1 October 1986
One (7:16)* (28/9)
Two (5:31)* (28/9)
Baby Doll House (28/9) – sampled voice: Susannah Melvoin
Three (3:16)* (29/9)
Four (2:24)* (29/9)
Five (1:15)* (29/9)
Seven (4:09)* (30/9)
Six (4:28)* (30/9)
Eight (10:05)* (1/10)

Sunset Sound, 5-7 October 1986
Rescue Me (Raynard Miner/Carl Smith) (5/10) – cover of Fontella Bass, for Dolly Parton
Witness For The Prosecution #3 (4:53) (6/10)
Deborah Allen: Telepathy (5:11)* (7/10)

Madhouse, Sunset Sound, 8 October 1986 – album completed 9 October
Six And ½ (2:36)* (8/10) (Eric Leeds)
Nine (8/10) – different from 1987 track of same title

Jill Jones, Sunset Sound, 11 October 1986
Violet Blue (4:24)*

Sunset Sound, 16-18 October 1986
Emotional Pump (16/10) – for Joni Mitchell
Housequake (4:38)* (18/10) – saxophone: Eric Leeds, trumpet: Matt Blistan, party voices: Coke Johnson, Gilbert Davison, Todd Hermann, Mike S., Brad M. & The Penguin

Sheila E, Sunset Sound, mid October 1986 – 1st album configuration 21 October
One Day (I’m Gonna Make You Mine) #2 (4:47)* (Prince/Sheila E)
Boy’s Club #2 (3:56)* (Prince/Sheila E)
Love On A Blue Train #2 (7:40)* (Prince/Sheila E) - only released in Japan
Love On A Blue Train #3 (5:25)* (Prince/Sheila E) - edit of #2

Madhouse, Sunset Sound, 22 October 1986
Six (End Of The World Mix) (6:11)*

Camille, Sunset Sound, 27 October – 5 November 1986 – album completed 5 November
Feel U Up #2 (6:30)* (27/10) – horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan
Rebirth Of The Flesh #1 (4:48) (28/10) – horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan
Rockhard In A Funky Place (4:31)* (28/10) – horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan, backing vocals: Susannah
Good Love (5:11)* (30/10) – backing vocals: Susannah & Jill Jones
If I Was Your Girlfriend #1 (4:45) (2/11) – no wedding intro
Strange Relationship #3 (4:04)* (4/11) – remix of #2

Jill Jones, Sunset Sound, 10-14 November 1986 – 2nd album configuration 12 November
All Day, All Night #4 (5:41)*
Come Elektra Tuesday #2
Yo Mister #1 (11/11)

Crystal Ball, Sunset Sound, 15-30 November 1986 – album completed 30 November
Cosmic Day (excerpt) (1:05) (15/11)
Adore (6:29)* (19/11) – horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan
Play In The Sunshine #1 (22/11) – backing vocals: Susannah
It’s Gonna Be A Beautiful Night #2 (22-23/11) – percussion: Sheila E, horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan, backing vocals: Susannah & Jill Jones
Sheila E: Transmississippirap (26/11) – The Table And The Chair (Edward Lear)
It’s Gonna Be A Beautiful Night #3 (8:59)* (28/11) - incorporates Transmississippirap
Rebirth Of The Flesh #2 (4:57) – horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan, segued with
Play In The Sunshine #2 (5:06) – backing vocals: Susannah, with gunshots
Crystal Ball #3 (11:10) – tentative placing, backing vocals: Susannah, spoken segment: Wendy & Lisa
If I Was Your Girlfriend#2 (4:54)*
The Ball #2 (4:35) – segued with
Joy In Repetition #2 (5:08)
Crystal Ball #4 (10:28)*

Sunset Sound, 7-26 December 1986
Bob George (5:36)* (7/12)
Walkin’ In Glory (7/12)
2 Nigs United 4 West Compton #1 (9/12)
Le Grind #1 (10/12)
U Got The Look #1 (21/12)
U Got The Look #2 (3:58)* (21/12)
Pony Ride (26/12)
[Edited 11/3/09 6:04am]
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Home Studio, 28 December 1986 – 6 January 1987
Wally #1 (28/12) - erased
Wally #2 (29/12) – with Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan
Taja Sevelle: Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? #6 (4:08)*
Taja Sevelle: If I Could Get Your Attention #2 (3:43)* - tentative placing
Come Home #1 (6/1) – offered to Meli’sa Morgan

Sign ‘O’ The Times, Sunset Sound, 10-15 January 1987 – album completed 15 January
101 #1 (10/1) – released by Sheena Easton in 1989
Sign ‘O’ The Times #2 (5:02)*
Starfish And Coffee #2 (2:51)* - with clock alarm
I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man #3 (6:31)* – edit of #2
Jaguar #1 (14/1) – offered to Sheena Easton
Play In The Sunshine #3 (5:05)* (15/1) – with crossfade segue from Sign ‘O’ The Times

Home studio, 22 January – February 1987
La, La, La, He, He, Hee (10:32)* (22/1)
Sheena Easton: Eternity #2 (3:52)* - tentative placing
There’s Something I Like About Being Your Fool #5 – Eric Leeds added saxophone 25/1, offered to Bonnie Raitt
3 Nigs Watchin’ A Kung-Fu Movie (Instrumental) (January/February) (Prince/Sheila E)
Jealous Girl #2 – Eric Leeds added saxophone 5/2, offered to Bonnie Raitt
Jill Jones: Mia Bocca (Extended Version) (6:04)* - tentative placing
Jill Jones: Mia Bocca (Dub Version) (5:48)* - tentative placing
G-Spot (Extended Version) (Bass Part) (4:58) – tentative placing
G-Spot (Extended Version) (Guitar Part) (3:33) – tentative placing
G-Spot (Extended Version) (Keyboard Part) (1:24) – tentative placing
Jill Jones: G-Spot (Extended Version) (5:03) – tentative placing
Jill Jones: G-Spot (Extended Version) (6:23)*
Jill Jones: 77 Bleeker St. (4:34)* (February) – overdubs by Prince
Sheila E.: Koo Koo (Remix) (5:12)* – tentative placing

Home studio, March 1987
Cindy C.#1
Dead On It (4:37)*
Nine (2:06)* – different from 1986 track of same title

Live at First Avenue, 21 March 1987
Strange Relationship (4:41)*

Eden Prairie Warehouse, 24 March 1987
Instrumental – for Miles Davis

Dale Bozzio, home studio, April 1987
The Latest Fashion #1
So Strong (4:30)*

Bonnie Raitt, April 1987
I Need A Man #2
Promise To Be True #2
Don’t Let Him Fool Ya #2

Home studio, April 1987
Rebirth Of The Flesh #2
Baby Go-Go #2 – released by Nona Hendryx
Superfunkycalifragisexy Warehouse Mix
U Got The Look (Long Look) (6:41)* - tentative placing
Housequake (7 Minutes Mo’Quake) (7:12)* - tentative placing
Housequake (Remix) (7:45) – remixed by Razormaid, tentative placing
Jill Jones: For Love (4-Play Remix) (7:24)* - tentative placing
Jill Jones: For Love (Bonus Beats) (4:51)* - tentative placing

Prince, Le New Morning, Paris, the night to 15 June 1987
What Did I Do? (9:19) – bootlegged as Wasn’t My Faith, Matt Fink: Organ, Levi Seacer Jr.: Bass, Drums: Dale Alexander, Eric Leeds: Saxophone & Matt Blistan: Trumpet

Mid 1987
I Believe I Love U #1 – piano demo

Graffiti Bridge, Paisley Park, July 1987
Melody Cool #1 (2:34) (early July)
No Changes (early July) – music supposedly resembles The Rest Of My Life
Graffiti Bridge #1 (3:34)
If I Love U 2 Nite #2 (4:12)
If I Love U 2 Nite #3 (3:33) – speeded up version, re-recorded and released by Mica Paris in 1991
Big Tall Wall #2 (5:50)
The Sex Of It #1 (3:32) (29/7)
Kid Creole And The Coconuts: The Sex Of It #2 (3:28)* – tentative placing, released in 1990
Lust U Always #3 – offered to Robert Palmer

Madhouse, Paisley Park, 30 July 1987
- keyboards: Prince, drums: Sheila E, bass: Levi Seacer, Jr., horns: Eric Leeds
Ten (5:04)* (Prince/Eric Leeds/Levi Seacer, Jr./Sheila E)
Ten And ½ (3:22)* (Prince/Eric Leeds/Levi Seacer, Jr./Sheila E)
Eleven (6:14)* (Prince/Eric Leeds/Levi Seacer, Jr./Sheila E)
Fifteen (3:49)* (Prince/Eric Leeds/Levi Seacer, Jr./Sheila E)
Instrumental #3 (3:31)* (Prince/Eric Leeds/Levi Seacer, Jr./Sheila E) - previously titled “Madrid”, released as Andorra on Eric Leeds: Times Squared in 1991
Instrumental (4:00)* (Prince/Eric Leeds/Levi Seacer, Jr./Sheila E)– released as Night Owl on Eric Leeds: Times Squared in 1991
Instrumental (4:10)* (Prince/Eric Leeds/Levi Seacer, Jr./Sheila E) – released as Overnight, Every Night on Eric Leeds: Times Squared in 1991

Madhouse: 16, Paisley Park, 31 July – 5 August 1987 – album completed
- Prince & Eric Leeds
Twelve (5:14)* (31/7)
Instrumental (2:41)* (31/7) – released as Kenya on Eric Leeds: Times Squared in 1991
Thirteen (4:46)*
Thirteen And ¼ (5:47)* (Prince/Eric Leeds/Levi Seacer, Jr./Sheila E)
Sixteen (4:17)* (Prince/Eric Leeds) - synth solo: Matt Fink
Fourteen (5:12)* (2/8) – with Sheila E

Graffiti Bridge, Paisley Park, autumn 1987
Stimulation #1 (10/9)
Camille
Everything Could Be So Fine (Or: So Fine) – offered to Eric Leeds for Madhouse in July 1989
XYZ (Instrumental) #1
The Grand Progression #1 (4:33)
Ruthie Washington Jet Blues – horns by Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan added 15/9
Beat Town – saxophone by Eric Leeds added 30/9
U #2 (4:14) (October) (previously “You”)
Paula Abdul: U #3 (4:05)* – tentative placing, released in 1991
I Guess I’m Crazy* (October)
When 2 R In Love (3:58)* (October)
The Question Of U #2 (3:59)* (October)

The Funk Bible/Black Album, Paisley Park, autumn 1987
Cindy C #2 (6:15)* - backing vocals: Sheila E & Boni Boyer, horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan
Le Grind #2 (6:44)* - backing vocals: Sheila E & Boni Boyer, horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan
Party Segue for 2 Nigs United 4 West Compton
2 Nigs United 4 West Compton #2 (7:01)*

Sheila E, Paisley Park, 28 October 1987
Knucklehead

Paisley Park, autumn/winter 1987
Take This Beat* (autumn/winter)
Bloody Mouth - Eric Leeds added saxophone 15/11, possibly includes Cat rap later used in Alphabet St.
In A Winter Mood (Instrumental) – Eric Leeds added saxophone 22/11
Ten (The Perfect Mix) (7:16)* - tentative placing
Thirteen (Paisley Park Mix) (7:51)* - tentative placing

Lovesexy, Paisley Park, 11-16 December 1987
Eye No (5:46)* (11/12) – recorded live with the band
Positivity #1 (6:43) (11/12) – incl. Music Is The Key (Steve Hurley)
Lovesexy #1 (14/12) – band recording, bootlegged as Lovesexy (Rock Hard Version)
Sheila E: Latino Barbie Doll #1 (Sheila’s vocals added 15/12)
Dance On (3:45)* (16/12)
Glam Slam (5:07)* (December)

Lovesexy, Paisley Park, 22-30 December 1987
The Line #1 (7:31) (22/12) – incl. Take My Hand, Precious Lord (Thomas A. Dorsey), lead vocal: Boni Boyer
The Line #2 (6:33) – edit of #1
The Line #2 Pt.2 (1:03) – incl. Take My Hand, Precious Lord (Thomas A. Dorsey)
Alphabet St. (5:40)* (30/12)

1987-1988
Fun #1

Sheila E, early January 1988
The Ghetto (Donny Hathaway/Leroy Hutson) – cover of Leroy Hutson
Scarlet Pussy (6:09)*
Once Upon A Time (7:19)* (Prince/Eric Leeds)

Lovesexy, January 1988
Anna Stesia (4:58)* (pre 21/1)
Lovesexy #2 (5:50)* (29/1) – solo recording
I Wish U Heaven #1 (3:07) (31/1)

Lovesexy, early February 1988
I Wish U Heaven #2 (2:44)* - remix of #1
Positivity #2 (7:17)*

Mavis Staples, Paisley Park, 10 February 1988
Interesting (4:28)* - originally intended for Jermaine Jackson
Jaguar #2 (5:29)*

February – early May 1988
Alphabet St. (This Is Not Music, This Is A Trip) #1 (7:41) – tentative placing
Alphabet St. (This Is Not Music, This Is A Trip) #2 (7:51)* - tentative placing
Eye No (2:34) – remix, tentative placing
The Max (18/2) – different from 1991 track of same title, saxophone riff re-used for Carmen On Top
Daisy Miller #1 (13/3)
Fuchsia Light (4:18) (15/4) – offered to Tony LeMans
Love ’89 #1 (mid April)
Sheena Easton: 101 #2 (4:07)* - tentative placing
Sheena Easton: Cool Love (4:04)* (late April)
Escape (Free Yo Mind From This Rat Race) (6:26)* (early May)

Patti LaBelle, Paisley Park, 21 May 1988
Yo Mister #2 (5:11)*
Love ’89 #2 (5:06)* (Prince/Sheena Easton)
Sheena Easton: 101 (Uptown Version) (8:20)* - tentative placing

Sheila E – tentative placing
It’s A Hard Life
Chicken Legs
Day After Day

Paisley Park, June 1988
Electric Chair #1 (7:15) (6/6)
Pink Cashmere #1 (6:01) (9/6)
Sticky Wicked (Instrumental) (9/6) – different from Chaka Khan: Sticky Wicked, drums & keyboards: Prince, flute, tenor & baritone sax added by Eric Leeds 14/6
Pickle (Instrumental) (9/6) – drums & keyboards: Prince, offered to Eric Leeds for Madhouse in July 1989
Chaka Khan: Sticky Wicked (6:57)* (11/6) – different from Sticky Wicked (Instrumental)
Intermission (4:48) (12-15/6) - incorporates Ingrid Chavez: Cross The Line & french monologue from Girls & Boys: Marie France
Rave Unto The Joy Fantastic #1 (5:19) – tentative placing
God Is Alive #1
Lovesexy (12” Version) (late June)

Madhouse, Paisley Park, 26 June 1988
- Prince, Sheila E & Eric Leeds
Uno – mixed 5/10
Dos – mixed 5/10
Tres – mixed 5/10
Instrumental (4:13)* – released as Cape Horn on Eric Leeds: Times Squared in 1991
Times Squared (5:44)* (Prince/Eric Leeds)

Mavis Staples, late June 1988
Come Home #2 (5:29)*
Train #2 (4:27)*
I Guess I’m Crazy #2 (4:10)*
Time Waits For No One (6:12)* (Prince/Mavis Staples)

Paisley Park, late June – early July
If I Had A Harem (2:14)
Alphabet St. (Acoustic Version) (4:29) – tentative placing

Olympic Studio, London, late July 1988
God Is Alive #2 (6:18) (27/7) – with Mavis Staples
God Is Alive #3 (excerpt 2:35) – the ending of #2 without guitar solo

After Show, Het Paard Van Troje, The Hague, 19 August 1988
People Without (ca.10:00) - incorporates a part of Madhouse: Six

Lovesexy ’88, Idrætsparken, Copenhagen, 21 August 1988
If U Let Me Undress U (1:19)

Medley Studios, Copenhagen, 23 August 1988
The Dopamine Rush Suite #1

Townhouse Studios, London, 24 August 1988
The Dopamine Rush Suite #2
I Wish U Heaven (Part 1, 2 & 3) (10:12)* (incorporates “Take This Beat”)

Graffiti Bridge, Paisley Park, September 1988 – 1st album configuration 25/9
Billie Holiday (25/9)
I Believe I Love U #2 (25/9)
The Rock That Keeps Rolling (vocals recorded 25/9 – mixed 28/9)
Come Back 2 Me (29/9) – lead vocal: Sheena Easton

Remixes of 1980-1981 Vault tracks, 1988 – tentative placing
Eros (possibly instrumental) #2 - remixed by Chuck Zwicky
Commercial #2
Poppa Grooves (Instrumental) #2 – bluesy guitar, remixed by Chuck Zwicky
Rain #2 – studio documentation notes “a cappella with rain”
Rearrange #2

Paisley Park, October 1988
Big House – tentative placing, mixed 4/10
Everything But U (mixed 5/10 – probably recorded earlier)
Still Would Stand All Time #1 (5:21) (6/10)
Elephants & Flowers #1 (3:41) (6/10)
Stimulation #2 (6/10)
We Got The Power (3:32) (15/10) – bootlegged as Dance With Power, preceded by countdown later used on Live 4 Love
Scandalous (6:15)* (17/10)
By Alien Means – tentative placing, offered to Madonna
Good Judy Girlfriend #1 – tentative placing

Rave Unto The Joy Fantastic, Paisley Park, late October 1988 – 1st album configuration 27 October
The Voice Inside #1 (5:06) (25/10) – segues into Melody Cool
The Voice Inside #2 (29/10) – with The Sounds Of Blackness
Am I Without U? #1 – tentative placing

Margie Cox, Paisley Park, 2 November 1988
We Can Hang #1 (3:00) – rock version

Sunset Sound, 4-5 November 1988
XYZ #2 – offered to Eric Leeds for Madhouse in July 1989

Sunset Sound, 12-13 November 1988
Cookie Jar (5:32) (Clarence “Fuzzy” Haskins) – cover of Parlet

Sheila E, Paisley Park, 18 November 1988
Soul Company – backing vocals: Prince, Eric Leeds added saxophone 19/11
Love Song #2 (4:52)* (previously titled “Daisy Miller”) - duet with Madonna
Madonna: Keep It Together (5:05)* (Madonna/Stephen Bray) – tentative placing, guitar: Prince
Madonna: Act Of Contrition (2:19)* - tentative placing, guitar: Prince

Jill Jones, London, November 1988
(Deep Kiss)
(Living Legend)
(Long Time)
(Unattainable Love)
(White Dogs)
(Some Of Us)
(Red)
(Tango)
(Sweet Liberty)
(Revolutionary)
(Ecstasy)

Paisley Park, 30 November 1988
Lolly Lolly (According To Prince) (4:19)* (Wendy & Lisa) – remix

Madhouse: 24, Paisley Park, 5-15 December 1988
- saxophone & flute: Eric Leeds, everything else: Prince
21-24 (The Dopamine Rush Suite) #3 (18:38) – French monologue: Mathilda May
- 21 (The Dopamine Rush) #1 (4:35) – vocals: Prince
- 22 (Amsterdam) – Dutch monologue: Heidi Hanschu
- 23 (Spanish Eros) – Spanish monologue: Apollonia sampled from In A Spanish Villa
- 24 (Orgasm) – Swedish monologue: Heidi Hanschu, moans: Vanity sampled from Vibrator
17 (Penetration) (4:51) (5/12) – offered to Miles Davis 21/1-‘91
18 (R U Legal Yet?) (4:12) (5/12) – spoken phrases by Eric Leeds (title) & Heidi Hanschu (two others)
19 (Jailbait) #1 (4:48) (8/12) – offered to Miles Davis 21/1-‘91
20 (A Girl And Her Puppy) (4:22) (12/12) – offered to Miles Davis 21/1-‘91
The Dopamine Rush #2 (7:36)* – tentative placing, released on Eric Leeds: Times Squared in 1991

Rave Unto The Joy Fantastic, late December 1988 – 2nd album configuration late 1988 or early 1989
Pink Cashmere #2 (6:13)* - tentative placing
Moonbeam Levels #2 – tentative placing
Anna Waiting #1

Cat, late 1988 – early 1989
Cat Attack – Eric Leeds added horn overdubs 24/1-‘89
A Man Called Jesus #1
Cat And Mouse
Nine Lives #1

Sheila E., late 1988 – early 1989
Girl Power (6:45)

MC Flash, late December 1988 – mid January 1989
Curious Blue (6:15) (26-27/12) – drums: Sheila E.
Warden In The Prison Of Love #1 (Margie added vocals 28/12)
Brand New Boy (4:29) (early January) – drums: Sheila E., backing vocals: Prince
R U There? (3:06) (Margie added vocals 19/1)
Girls Will Be Girls (8:38) (24/1)

Batman, Paisley Park, mid February – March 1989
200 Balloons (5:05)*
Batman Theme #2 (previously 19 (Jailbait)), speeded up
The Future (4:08)*
Electric Chair #2 (4:08)*
The Arms Of Orion (5:03)* - duet with Sheena Easton
Partyman #1 (3:11)*
Vicki Waiting #2 (4:52)* (previously “Anna Waiting”)
Trust (4:24)*
Lemon Crush (4:15)*
Dance With The Devil (7:54)
Batdance #1 (8:49) (incorporates chorus from We Got The Power)
Batdance #2 (6:13)*

Jill Jones, summer 1989
Am I Without You? #2 – noted unverified in Turn It Up 2.0
Boom Boom, Can’t U Feel The Beat Of My Heart #2 (4:08)
My Baby Knows How To Love Me #4 (4:58)
Flesh And Blood (5:07) – saxophone: Candy Dulfer

Summer 1989
Tweakin’ (A Mix)* (George Clinton) - remix
Tweakin’ (C. Mixapella)* (George Clinton) – remix
Tweakin’ (Dub Mix)* (George Clinton) – remix
Hysterical* (George Clinton) – remix
Aretha Franklin & James Brown: Gimme Your Love (Remix By Paisley Park) (10:46)* - remix

Levi Seacer, Jr. Collaborations, summer 1989
Brownmark: Shall We Dance (4:40)*
Brownmark: Bang Bang (4:57)* (Levi Seacer, Jr.) – backing vocal
SEX (7:00)* (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr.)
Ingrid Chavez: Heaven Must Be Near (7:07)* (Ingrid Chavez/Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr.)
Your Love Is So Hard (5:02) – tentative placing
Good Man #2 (3:50) – tentative placing
Me Touch Myself (3:38) – tentative placing
Instrumental (“24”) (6:47) – tentative placing, jazz-tinged, no horns

The Time: Corporate World, June – August 1989
Murph Drag (5:09) – saxophone: Candy Dulfer
Nine Lives #2 (3:58) – lead vocal on chorus: Margie Cox
Donald Trump (Black Version) #1 (4:33) – differences in backing vocals
Love Machine (Spoken Part) (0:37) – with Elisa Fiorillo
Love Machine #1 (5:02) (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Morris Day) – with Elisa Fiorillo, saxophone: Candy Dulfer
Data Bank #3 (5:25)
Shake! #1 (4:51) (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Morris Day)
Corporate World (4:09) – backing vocals: Jana Anderson a.o., samples Sly & The Family Stone’s “Don’t Call Me Nigger, Whitey”
The Latest Fashion #2 (4:05) – saxophone: Candy Dulfer
Release It (3:54)* (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Morris Day)
My Summertime Thang #2 (7:14) – Stella played by Jana Anderson
My Summertime Thang (Remix) (4:25) – tentative placing
Murph Drag (Edit) (4:12) – tentative placing
Cool 1990 – tentative placing

MC Flash, July 1989
Warden In The Prison Of Love #2 (4:47) – segued with
Bed Of Roses (4:13)
Good Man #1 (4:35) – lead vocal: Billy Franze
Whistlin’ Kenny (2:48)* – bootlegged as Kenny

T.C. Ellis, August 1989
Miss Thang #1 (2:30)
Miss Thang #2 (3:27)* - tentative placing

Partyman 12”, late summer 1989
Partyman (Remix) (6:50) – mostly instrumental dance remix with bouncy bassline
Electric Chair (Instrumental Remix) (7:41) – tentative placing
Partyman (Video Mix) (6:10)*
The Purple Party Mix (5:58)*
The Partyman Music Mix (4:33)*

Paisley Park, summer/autumn 1989
I Love U In Me (4:13)*
Margie Cox: Stimulation #3 (3/9)

For Kahoru Kohiruimaki, 3 September 1989
Bliss #1 (4:12) (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr.)
Mindbells #1 (3:37) (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr.)
Bliss #2 (4:10) – edit of #1, with sound engineer
Mindbells #2 (3:20) – edit of #1, with sound engineer
Kahoru Kohiruimaki: Mindbells #3 (5:32)* - tentative placing
Kahoru Kohiruimaki: Bliss #3 (4:25)* - tentative placing

1989 – tentative placing
Soul Psychodelicide – different from 1986 track of same title

The Time: Pandemonium, 1989 – tentative placing
Jerk Out #3 (7:12)*
Donald Trump (Black Version) #2 (4:33)*
Chocolate #3 (7:30)*
Databank #4 (5:35)*
My Summertime Thang #3 (6:50)*

The Scandalous Sex! Suite, 1 October 1989
The Crime (6:26)*
The Passion (6:20)*
The Rapture (6:35)*

Robin Power, late October 1989
Undercover Lover #1 (1:05) (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr.) – loud drum machine beat and synth
Undercover Lover #2 (1:21) – more focus on Prince’s guitar playing, softer and less prominent drum beat
I’m The Teacher – tentative placing

Elisa Fiorillo: I Am, Paisley Park, autumn/winter 1989
I Am (4:58)* (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./David Z)
On The Way Up (4:18)* (Prince/Elisa Fiorillo/Levi Seacer, Jr./David Z)
Playgirl (4:13)* - remixed by Junior Vasquez
Love’s No Fun (3:55)*
Oooh This I Need (4:00)*

13 November 1989
Funky (Instrumental) – offered to Miles Davis

Graffiti Bridge, autumn/winter 1989
Love Machine #2 (5:18) (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Morris Day) – with Prince & Elisa Fiorillo, saxophone: Candy Dulfer
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #4 (4:10)
New Power Generation #1 (3:04)
New Power Generation (Reprise) #1 (2:32)
The Question Of U #3 (Instrumental) (2:11)
The Question Of U #4 (Instrumental) (2:00)
We Can Funk #5 (6:24) – with Wendy & Lisa, backing vocals: Susannah, horns: Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan, segued w/
Joy In Repetition #3 (4:53)
Tick, Tick, Bang #2 (3:00)
Fantasia Erotica #1 – tentative placing
American In Paris (late ’89) – backing vocals: Michael Koppelman & Tom Garneau
Listen 2 The Rhythm #1 – tentative placing
Big Sister – tentative placing
Love Is Everywhere – tentative placing
Joshua – tentative placing
Spiritual World – tentative placing
Electric Man – tentative placing

Rosie Gaines, mid December 1989
I Want U #1 (Prince/Rosie Gaines)

MC Flash, late 1989 - album compiled in late 1989
Fire (Jimi Hendrix)
Day Tripper (Paul McCartney/John Lennon)
Good Body Every Evening (2:14) – guitars: Prince & Billy Franze, piano: Levi Seacer Jr., drums: Michael Bland, bass: Doug Nelson

Late December 1989
The Grand Progression #2 – drums by Michael Bland
Live For Love #1 – bass: Sonny Thompson, drums: Michael Bland
Diamonds And Pearls (4:43)* - keyboards: Tommy Barbarella, bass: Sonny Thompson, drums: Michael Bland, synth drum fills: Sheila E

Winter 1989/1990
Ingrid Chavez: Seven Corners (4:39) (Ingrid Chavez/Prince/Levi Seacer Jr.)
Mavis Staples: My Tree #1
Mavis Staples: Melody Cool #2 (4:09) – tentative placing, Turn It Up 2.0 says ‘87/’88
A Man Called Jesus #2 – tentative placing, remixed and released by Mavis Staples 24/8-1993
Jana Jade (Jana Anderson): Jana Jade’s Army – tentative placing
Jana Jade: Minneapolis #1 (Sonny Thompson) – tentative placing
Like A Prayer (Madonna/Pat Leonard) – tentative placing

Graffiti Bridge, January 1990
We Can Funk #6 (10:08) (12/1) – remixed by George Clinton
We Can Funk #7 (6:44) – Clinton’s vocalists sing 2nd and 3rd verses, song fades out - no segueing

Levi Seacer, Jr. & David Z. Rivkin collaborations, February 1990
The Steeles: Well Done #1 (3:36)* (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./David Z)
Move Me (6/2) (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./David Z) – piano demo
Jevetta Steele: And How #2 (4:15)* - reworked by Levi Seacer, Jr. & David Z
Skip 2 My U My Darlin’ #1 - tentative placing

Graffiti Bridge, 11 February 1990
Thieves In The Temple #1 (5:23) – tentative placing, bootlegged as Thieves In The Temple (Acoustic Version)

George Clinton, Paisley Park, 20-21 February 1990
Soul Psychodelicide #2 (10:41) – remixed by George Clinton, incl. snippets of Graffiti Bridge, The Question Of U, Elephants & Flowers, We Can Funk, The Big Pump, Tricky and Oliver’s House
Soul Psychodelicide #3 (8:54) – edit of #2, with instrumentation stripped down to drums & sound effects
Soul Psychodelicide #4 (8:23) - #3 with an added intro featuring Kim Basinger, mostly instrumental version
Soul Psychodelicide #5 (5:52) – polished mix with many samples & different lyrics, drumbeat and overall sound derived from hip-hop

Graffiti Bridge, 7 March 1990
Thieves In The Temple #2 (3:19)*

George Clinton, March 1990
My Pony #1
The Big Pump #1 (4:23) (Prince/George Clinton)
My Girl – tentative placing, not mentioned in Days Of Wild or Turn It Up 2.0

Graffiti Bridge, spring 1990
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #5 (4:30)
New Power Generation #2 (5:55)
Can’t Stop This Feeling I Got #6 (4:25)*
New Power Generation #3 (3:39)* - edit of #2
New Power Generation Pt.II #2 (2:57)* - previously “New Power Generation (Reprise)”
Elephants & Flowers #2 (3:54)*
Tevin Campbell: Round And Round #1 (3:47)
Tevin Campbell: Round And Round #2 (3:55)* - remixed by Junior Vasquez
Tevin Campbell: Round And Round (Soul Mix Extended)* - tentative placing
We Can Funk #8 (5:28)* - edit of #7, 2nd verse removed, 3rd verse reclaimed by Prince, uncredited guitar solo: Clinton sideman, segued with
Joy In Repetition #4 (4:53)*
The Time: Love Machine #3 (3:34)* (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Morris Day)
Tick, Tick, Bang #3 (3:31)*
The Time: Shake! #2 (4:01)* (Prince/Morris Day)
The Time: The Latest Fashion #3 (4:02)*
Mavis Staples: Melody Cool #3 (3:39)*
Still Would Stand All Time #2 (5:23)*
Graffiti Bridge #2 (3:51)*
Thieves In The Temple (Part 2) (1:38)*
Thieves In The Temple (Remix) (8:14)*

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Chronological Prince and The New Power Generation recordings
*= released version

Spring 1990
DAT Intro (Excepts from For You, Partyup, Controversy, 1999, Let’s Go Crazy, Around The World In A Day, Girls & Boys and Housequake)
Game Boyz: Whatever I Play It’s Got 2 B Funky (ca.2:30) – tentative placing

Nude Tour rehearsal, April 1990
Jealous Again (ca.10:00)
(jamming)
Rosie Gaines: Our Love Is Here To Stay (George & Ira Gershwin)

Olympic Studios, London, 19 June – 13 July 1990
Daddy Pop #1 (5:59) – drum loop sampled from Aretha Franklin’s Rock Steady, backing vocals: Elisa Fiorillo
Walk Don’t Walk #1 (3:07) – backing vocals: Elisa Fiorillo
Schoolyard (4:43) – backing vocals: Rosie Gaines
Hold Me #1 (4:26) – for Rosie Gaines, later offered to Anita Baker
Oobey Doop #1 – co-lead vocal: Elisa Fiorillo
Number One (3:50) – vocals by Robin Power added 9/7-1990

Rosie Gaines, Olympic Studios, London, summer 1990
Pain (Prince/Monie Love/Chan Berry) – re-recorded and released by Chaka Khan 30/9-‘97
Streetwalker
In The Name Of Love
Turn The Lights Down Low (Bob Marley)
My Tender Heart #1

Warner Pioneer Studio, Tokyo, 30 August – 1 September 1990
- Prince, Levi Seacer Jr. & Michael Bland
Something Funky (This House Comes) #1
Horny Pony #1 (3:59)
Willing And Able #1 (5:30) (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Tony M.)
Strollin’ (3:46)*
Money Don’t Matter 2night (4:48)*
Five Women #1 (5:19) – re-recorded & released by Joe Cocker 14/7-1992

The New Power Generation, Paisley Park, September 1990
Something Funky (This House Comes) #2 (4:02)
The Flow #1 (8:12)
Jughead (4:56)* (Prince/Kirk Johnson/Tony M.) – based on Money Matters by MPLS
Fancy Dancer (The Commodores) – produced by Levi Seacer, Jr.
Live 4 Love #1 (7:02) (Prince/Tony Mosley)

Larrabee Sound, Los Angeles, 14 September – 24 October 1990
Insatiable #1 (8:15)
T.C.’s Rap (Featuring T.C. Ellis) (3:11)*
Tony’s Iggnant Mix #1 (4:19)
Segue (0:07)
Elisa Fiorillo: Ooh Bee Shoo Bee Doo Koo Shoo Ooh #2 (4:20) (previously “Oobey Doop”)
Elisa Fiorillo: (Segue/) Ooh Bee Shoo Bee Doo Koo Shoo Ooh (4:43)
Elisa Fiorillo: Oobey Doop Be Shoo Doo Loo Fly Me Doo Koo Shoo Ooh (extended version of Oobey Doop)
My Tree #2 (4:04)/(4:08) – segues with
Robin Power: A Positive Place (2:15)/(2:19) – bootlegged as Eliminate The Negative
Play (4:11) – bootlegged as Come Outside And Play, originally titled “U Want Me 2 What? (Rock Thang)”
Heaven Is Keeping Score (1:09)
Play (/Heaven Is Keeping Score) (4:56)
N.P.G. (Funky Weapon Remix) (5:01)*
Brother With A Purpose (Featuring Tony Mosley) #2 (4:18)* (previously Tony’s Iggnant Mix) - edit of #1
New Power Genration Pt.II (Funky Weapon Remix)
Get Off (4:41)*
The Lubricated Lady (2:39)*
Loveleft, Loveright (5:00)* - incorporates “Heaven Is Keeping Score”
The Time: Shake! (Extended Mix) (5:03)* - tentative placing
The Time: Shake! (Battle Mix) (4:05)* - tentative placing
The Time: Shake! (Funky House Mix) (8:19)* - tentative placing
The Time: The Latest Fashion (Remix) (6:17)* - tentative placing
The Time: Shake! (Boom Mix) (5:00)* - tentative placing
Sinead O’Connor: This Lonely Life (3:20) – tentative placing

Late October 1990
Glam Slam ’91 #1 (5:22)
Glam Slam ’91 #2 (4:57) – remix of #1

Diamonds And Pearls, Paisley Park, November 1990 – 1st album configuration
Push #1 (4:55) (Prince/Rosie Gaines) – backing vocals: Rosie Gaines, strings: Clare Fischer
Call The Law (4:19)*
The Flow #2 (5:51) – edit of #1
Get Blue #1 (4:50) – released by Louie Louie in 1992
Last Chance – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Church – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
She’s So Hot – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Bus Stop – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Freedom – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Pocket Rocket – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0

Rosie Gaines, Larrabee Sound, Los Angeles, 30 November – early December 1990
- works on some tracks with Rosie Gaines

Martika, December 1990 – early 1991
Martika’s Kitchen #1 (4:17)
Spirit #1 (4:14) (Prince/Martika/Levi Seacer, Jr./Frankie Blue)
Love… Thy Will Be Done #1 (4:10) (Prince/Martika)
Open Book #1 (5:02) (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr.) – inspired by Safe In The Arms Of Love (Martika)
Don’t Say U Love Me #1 (4:46) (Prince/Martika)
Love… Thy Will Be Done #2 (4:16) – co-lead vocals: Martika
Work That Fat (4:26) – tentative placing, borrows drum machine beat from Martika’s Kitchen
Martika: Martika’s Kitchen #2 (5:09)* - tentative placing
Martika: Spirit #2 (4:38)* - tentative placing
Martika: Love… Thy Will Be Done #3 (5:02)* - tentative placing
Martika: Don’t Say U Love Me #2 (4:14)* - tentative placing
Love… Thy Will Be Done (Prince Mix) (5:42)* - tentative placing

George Clinton, 26 January 1991
My Pony #2 (3:53) – horns: Eric Leeds, Matt Blistan, Maceo Parker & Fred Wesley

George Clinton, Hey Man… Smell My Finger, 1991 – 1st configuration 5/2-1991
(Rhythm & Rhyme #1) (4:12)
(The Flag Was Still There #1) (9:17)
(Way Up #1) (6:05)
(Get Satisfied #1) (4:58) - horns: Eric Leeds
(This Beat Disrupts #1) (4:27) - samples Housequake
Booty (3:29)

Diamonds And Pearls, February 1991 – 2nd album configuration 1 March
Thunder #1 (3:54) - tentative placing
Daddy Pop #2 (4:06) – not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Cream #1 (4:25)
Willing And Able #2 (4:59)*
Horny Pony #2 (4:17)*
Walk Don’t Walk #2 (3:06)*
Insatiable #2 (6:37)*
Live 4 Love #2 (6:58)*

Ingrid Chavez, Larrabee Sound, Los Angeles, early March 1991
Candle Dance (3:43)* (Ingrid Chavez/Michael Koppelman) – guitar solo & keyboard part: Prince
Elephant Box (4:28)* (Ingrid Chavez/Prince)
Slappy Dappy (4:05)* (Ingrid Chavez/Prince)
Jadestone (0:44)* (Ingrid Chavez/Prince)
Whispering Dandelions (1:59)* (Ingrid Chavez/Prince)
Crystal City Cry (Ingrid Chavez/Prince) (4/3)
Hippy Blood (Funky House Edit)* - tentative placing, remix by Prince

Ingrid Chavez: Heaven Must Be Near maxi single, 1991 – tentative placing
Single Edit (4:25)
Extended Mix (7:01) – remixed & additional production: Larry Robinson
House Mix (6:01) – remixed & additional production: Larry Robinson
Quiet Storm Mix (7:06) – remixed & additional production: Larry Robinson
The Heavenly Mix (7:04) – remixed & additional production: Larry Robinson
The Closest Thing To Heaven Mix (6:11) – remixed & additional production: Larry Robinson

Larrabee Sound, Los Angeles, 4 March – 2 April 1991
She’s Just A Baby #2 – tentative placing, copyrighted at Library of Congress 18/3
Game Boyz: Hey, Louie Louie (3:09) – for Louie Louie
Louie Louie: Get Blue #2 (4:42)*
Louie Louie: Dance Unto The Rhythm (3:56)* (Prince/Michael Koppelman) – lyrics by Prince
Uh-Huh! (6:21) (7/3)
Carmen Electra: Carmen On Top (3:42) (9/3) – rap: Tony M.
Carmen Electra: Fantasia Erotica #2 (4:36)*
Carmen Electra: Fun #2 (3:42)*
Carmen Electra: Good Judy Girlfriend #2 (1:59)*
Simp The Pimp (12/3)
Waiting 4 Your Love (14/3)
Kate Bush: Why Should I Love You? (5:00)* (Kate Bush) (late March/early April) – “rearranged” by Prince
El DeBarge: Tip O’ My Tongue (5:00)* (Prince/Kirk Johnson) (April)
Old Friends 4 Sale #3 (3:27)* - tentative placing, offered to Joe Cocker
I Wonder #2 (3:45) – tentative placing
Player (3:47) – tentative placing

10 April 1991
Stroke

Carmen Electra, 23 April 1991
Carmen Electra: Go Carmen Go (4:33) – produced and most instruments by Levi Seacer Jr.

Rosie Gaines, 25 April 1991
The Voice #1 (4:47) (Prince/Rosie Gaines/Francis Jules)
I Hear Your Voice #1 (4:25) (Prince/Rosie Gaines/Francis Jules)

Diamonds And Pearls, 1991 – 3rd album configuration 8 May
Thunder #2
Daddy Pop #3 (5:16)*
Cream #2 (4:12)*
Push #2

Prince & The New Power Generation, live at the MTV Music Video Awards, Los Angeles, 9 May 1991
Gett Off (6:51)

Paisley Park, May 1991
Gett Off #1 (9:16) (10/5) – drum loop sampled from EnVogue’s Hold On
Blue Light #1 (12/5)
Repulsive – tentative placing, offered to Kate Bush
You’re All I Want #2 – Eric Leeds added saxophone 12/5
Basketcase – tentative placing
Small Bright Light (summer)
Small & Bright – not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0, most likely identical with Small Bright Light
Alice (28/5)

Rosie Gaines, June 1991
Hit U In The Socket #1 (3:50) – horns by Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan added on 15/11-‘92

Diamonds And Pearls, June 1991 – album completed
Thunder #3 (5:45)*
Gett Off #2 (4:31)*
Push #3 (5:56)*

Gett Off EP, 1991 – tentative placing
Gett Off (Damn Near 10 Minutes) (9:24) – possibly identical with Gett Off #1
Gett Off (Extended Remix/Purple Pump Mix) (8:31)* - remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen & Kimm James
Gett Off (Houstyle/Urge Mix) (8:20)* - remixed by Steve “Silk” Hurley
Violet The Organ Grinder (4:59)* - remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen & Kimm James
Gett Off (Flutestramental/Thrust Dub) (7:26)* - remixed by Steve “Silk” Hurley”
Gangster Glam (6:04)* - remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen & Kimm James
Clockin’ The Jizz (Instrumental) (4:51)* - remix of Gett Off, remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen & Kimm James
Gett Off (Single Remix) (4:31)* - clean album version, remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen & Kimm James
Gett Off (Single Remix) (4:03)*
Gett Off (Thrust Mix) (9:28)*

Margie Cox, 23 June – early July 1991
Hey U (live 5:18)
Standing At The Altar (3:55)* - recorded with the new MC Flash band, keyboards: Morris Hayes & Greg Sain, drums: Jamie Chezz

Carmen Electra, 10 July 1991
Carmen Electra: The Juice (4:06)

Gangster Glam remixes, 1991 – tentative placing
Gangster Groove Mix (11:50)
Gangster Mental Mix (4:39)
Hurley’s House Mix (11:32) – remixed by Steve “Silk” Hurley
Hurley’s House Dub (6:19) – remixed by Steve “Silk” Hurley
Gangster Groove 7” (4:05)
Hurley’s House 7” (4:42) – remixed by Steve “Silk” Hurley

Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, 26-29 August 1991
Patti LaBelle: I Hear Your Voice #2 (4:18)* - tentative placing
Carmen Electra: Power From Above #1 (4:27) – incl. chorus from We Got The Power, backing vocal: Patti LaBelle, originally recorded by Robin Power
Carmen Electra: Power From Above #2 (4:35) – phrase “we will not give up the fight” added a few times as the song starts

Paisley Park, 10–30 September 1991
Cream (NPG Mix) (5:47)*
Things Have Gotta Change (Tony M. Rap) (3:57)* - remix of Cream (NPG Mix)
2 The Wire (Creamy Instrumental) (3:13)* - remix of Things Have Gotta Change
Get Some Solo (1:31)*
Do Your Dance (K.C.’s Remix) (5:58)*
Housebangers (4:23)* - remix of Do Your Dance, remixed by Junior Vasquez
Q In Doubt (Instrumental) (4:00)* - remix of Do Your Dance
Ethereal Mix (4:43)* - remix of Do Your Dance
My Name Is Prince (6:39)* (18/9) (Prince/Tony M.)
Carmen Electra: Powerline (4:02) – tentative placing, Prince’s “power”-chant resembles chorus of Power From Above, originally recorded by Robin Power
Carmen Electra: All That #1 (5:14) – tentative placing
Gett Off’s Cousin (27/9)
Boom Box (28/9) (Prince/Eric Leeds) – only track intended for Brass Monkey, an aborted Madhouse-style project
Letter 4 Miles (4:42) (30/9) – bootlegged as Miles Is Not Dead, piano: Prince, drums: Michael Bland, horns: The NPG Hornz

Paisley Park, October 1991
Do U Wanna Rock? (1/10)
Sweet Baby (4:01)* (1/10)
Allegiance (3:39) (1/10) – re-recorded & released by Howard Hewett 17/11-1992
Thunder Ballet (10:49) (5/10)
Well Done #2 – for The Steeles
Jevetta Steele: Hold Me #2 (4:37)*
Jevetta Steele: Open Book #2 (5:11)* (Martika/Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr.)
Jevetta Steele: Skip 2 My U My Darlin’ #2 (4:20)* (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Jevetta Steele)
The Max (4:30)* - different from 1988 track of same title
Blue Light #2 (4:38)*
She Spoke 2 Me #1 (8:20)* - released on The Vault
She Spoke 2 Me #2 (4:19)* – edit of #1, released on Girl 6
Margie Cox: We Can Hang #2 (Margie added vocals 6/11) – funk version

Carmen Electra, Record Plant, Los Angeles, 8-23 November 1991
Go Go Dancer (4:45)*
Go On (Witcha Bad Self) (4:09)* (Levi Seacer, Jr./Tony Mosley) – tentative placing
Skin Tight (4:03)* (The Ohio Players) – tentative placing, later retitled S.T.
This Is My House #1 (4:04) (Levi Seacer, Jr./Carmen Electra) – tentative placing
Just A Little Lovin’ (4:02)* (Prince/Tony Mosley) – tentative placing
Fun (Final Long Version) (5:44) – saxophone: Eric Leeds, tentative placing
Mo’ Fun (Dance Remix) (2:01) – also known as Fun (Pt.II), the extended part of Fun (Final Long Version), tentative placing
Fantasia Erotica (Dance Remix) (2:57) – tentative placing
Race #1

Mavis Staples, 1991 – tentative placing
The Voice #2 (excerpt) (2:01) – co-lead vocal: Mavis Staples
The Voice (Extended Remix) (6:09) – tentative placing, rap: Tony Mosley
The Voice (Extended Remix/Edit) (5:10)

prince, early December 1991
Sexy M.F. (5:25)* (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Tony Mosley)
Love 2 The 9’s (5:45)*
The Sacrifice Of Victor #1 (6:01)
The Morning Papers (3:57)*
Arrogance (1:35)*
And God Created Woman (3:18)*
However Much U Want #1 (3:33)
(Excuse Me Is This) Goodbye #1
Frantic – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Tow – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Like A Woman – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
MD (Miles Is Alive) #1 – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Rave Church Style – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0

Prince and The New Power Generation, Paisley Park, 27/1-1992
Nothing Compares 2 U (Live) (4:57)*

prince, Paisley Park, January – March 1992
The Continental (incorporates “Tell Me How U Wanna Be Done”) (5:31)*
Damn U (4:25)*
The Flow #3 (2:37) (Prince/Tony Mosley)
3 Chains O’ Gold (6:03)*
7 (5:13)*
Loïs Lane: Qualified (4:49)* (Prince/Kirk Johnson)
Loïs Lane: I Wanna Be (4:17)* (Loïs Lane) – remix
Loïs Lane: Crying* (Suzanne Kleman/J. Doornik) – executive producer & musician: Prince
Loïs Lane: I Oh I* (Monique Kleman) – executive producer & musician: Prince
SEX #2 (5:53)
Lois Lane: Sex (5:47) – remixed by Keith Cohen, tentative placing
With This Tear – for Jevetta Steele, re-recorded & released by Celine Dion 31/3-1992
Monie Love: In A Word Or 2 (3:36)* (Prince/Monie Love) – remixed by Keith Cohen, same as “Paisley Park Mix”
Monie Love: Born 2 B.R.E.E.D. (4:06)* (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Monie Love) – remixed by Steve Hurley, same as “Radio Mix”
Album Intro (Segue 1) (1:40)
Segue 2 (0:58) – to Love 2 The 9’s
Segue 3* - to Blue Light
Segue 4 #1 (2:00) – to Sweet Baby
Segue 4 #2* - edit of #1
Segue 5 (0:39) – to The Continental
Segue 6* - to Arrogance, released as the end of Damn U
Segue 7 (0:40) – to 7
Segue 8 (0:15) – to And God Created Woman
Segue 9 #1 (0:33) – to The Sacrifice Of Victor
Segue 9 #2* - edit of #1
The collected o(+> Album Segues (7:56)
Sexy M.F. (Dance Remix) (6:03) – tentative placing
The Continental (Dance Remix) (5:33) – tentative placing
Step 2 The Mic #1
The Rest Of My Life #1 (1:40)*
Make Believe #1 (2:43) – recorded with The NPG & The NPG Hornz
I’ll Do Anything #1 (3:30)
I’ll Do Anything #2 – recorded with The NPG & The NPG Hornz
My Little Pill #1 (1:08)*
Empty Room #2 (2:03)
There Is Lonely #1
Thieves In The Temple Intro – Arabian-sounding segment played on 1992 Diamonds And Pearls tour

I’ll Do Anything, Platinum Studios, Melbourne, mid April 1992
Don’t Talk 2 Strangers #1 (3:11)*
Poor Little Bastard (3:32) – recorded with The NPG & The NPG Hornz
The Rest Of My Life #2 (1:38)
Make Believe #2 (1:33)
I’ll Do Anything #3 (3:14)
There Is Lonely #2 (2:29)*
Be My Mirror #1 (2:41) – recorded with The NPG
Wow #1 (2:15) – recorded with most of The NPG
Diamond And Pearl: 51 Hours (3:22) (Prince/Mark Forrester)
Diamond And Pearl: 51 Hours (Extended Version) (4:20) – tentative placing

I’ll Do Anything, hotel room, on tour, April 1992
I Can’t Love U Anymore #1 (3:11)

The NPG, Studios 301, Sydney, 25 April – 3 May 1992
Black M.F. In The House (5:09)*
Goldnigga Pt.1 (3:12)*
Goldnigga Pt.2 (2:51)*
Goldnigga Pt.3 (2:38)*
Deuce And A Quarter (3:18)*
Goldie’s Parade (2:21)*
Peach (3:48)*
Everybody Get On Up #1 – for Carmen Electra
A 1.000 Hugs And Kisses #1 – recorded with The NPG, lead vocal: Rosie Gaines
Baby Doll – recorded with The NPG, offered to Kylie Minogue

Olympic Studio, London, 18 June 1992
Shhh #1
Carmen Electra: Step 2 The Mic #2 (3:16)* (Prince/Monie Love)
Carmen Electra: Everybody Get On Up #2 (4:01)* (Prince/Monie Love)

George Clinton: Hey, Man… Smell My Finger, 1992 – tentative placing
(Get Satisfied #2) (4:44) – segued with
We Can Funk #9 (7:35)
Oilspill (4:45)
I Need Love (3:43)
Dope Dog (5:10)
Steal The P (3:16)
(Kickback #1) (5:58)
Some O’ Disc & Some O’ Dat (KYP) (5:01) – segued with
(Rhythm & Rhyme #2) (7:11)
George Clinton: The Big Pump #2 (3:34)* (Prince/George Clinton) - tentative placing

prince, mid July 1992
Eye Wanna Melt With U (3:50)*
The Flow #4 (2:26)*
The Sacrifice Of Victor #2 (5:41)*

1992 – tentative placings
Sunday Afternoon – re-recorded & released by Candy Dulfer 1/3-1993
Carmen Electra: All That #2 (4:29)*
This Is My House #2 (3:28)* (Levi Seacer, Jr./Carmen Electra)
When The Lights Go Down (7:11)*

The NPG, August 1992
Johnny (10:20)*
Guess Who’s Knockin’ (3:24) – based on Let ‘Em In (Paul McCartney)
Oilcan (0:42)*
Segues*

MPLS, August 1992
The Steeles: Color (4:20)*
The Ryde Dyvine #1 (4:05) (Prince/Sonny Thompson) – Prince is more prominent on background vocals
Minneapolis #2 (4:13) (Sonny Thompson) – starts with sample of “alright, stop the music, stop the music” from Carmen Electra: Powerline
Super Hero #1 (5:00)*

Mavis Staples, August 1992
The Voice #3 (4:14)*
House In Order (4:44)* - Prince does not play on it himself
You Will Be Moved (4:12)* - Prince does not play on it himself
Blood Is Thicker Than Time (3:13)* - Prince does not play on it himself
The Undertaker #1 (7:26)* (Prince/T. Barbarella/M. Bland/L. Seacer, Jr./S. Thompson) - Prince does not play on it himself
A Man Called Jesus #3 (3:56)*
Positivity (4:34)* - previously released

Rosie Gaines, August 1992
Extraordinary (2:28)*
Rosie Gaines: I Want U (Purple Version) (3:37)* - Prince does not play on it himself
Rosie Gaines: My Tender Heart #2 (5:10)* - Prince does not play on it himself

Autumn 1992
The Max (Instrumental Remix) (3:17) (Sept.) – remixed by Levi Seacer Jr.
Holly Don’t Care #1 – offered to Tevin Campbell, horns by Eric Leeds & Matt Blistan added 15/11-‘92
The P #1 (3:21) (13/9) – offered to Tevin Campbell
The Halls Of Desire #1 – for Tevin Campbell
Paris 17984302 #1 – for Tevin Campbell
Uncle Sam #1 – for Tevin Campbell
Coca Cola – tentative placing, Library of Congress registration 22/10

Remixes, autumn 1992 – tentative placings
Sexy M.F. (12” Remix) (7:34)* - remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen
Sexy Mutha (Edit of 12” Remix) (3:55)* - remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen”
My Name Is Prince (Original Mix Edit) (8:06)* - remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen
My Name Is Prince (12” Club Mix) (8:11)* - remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen
My Name Is Prince (House Mix) (7:18)* - remixed by Greg Royal
My Name Is Prince (Hard Core 12” Mix) (7:55)* - remixed by Keith “KC” Cohen
7 (Acoustic Version) (3:54)*
7 (Mix 5 Long Version) (4:52) – bootlegged as “7 (Final Vocal Version)”
7 (Mix 5 Edit) (4:06)
7 (After 6 Long Version) (5:15)*
7 (After 6 Edit) (4:20)*
2 Whom It May Concern (4:02)*
Damn U (Sax Mix by Eric Leeds) (4:04) – test pressing made 27 January 1993
(George Clinton: Get Satisfied) (Remix) (5:03)
(George Clinton: This Beat Disrupts) (Remix) (4:46)
Carmen Electra: Everybody Get On Up (Single Edit) (3:12)
Carmen Electra: Everybody Get On Up (Single Remix 3rd Time Funky Mix) (4:07)
Carmen Electra: Everybody Get On Up (Wet And Juicy Dub) (6:51)
Carmen Electra: Everybody Get On Up (Instrumental) (7:00)

Tevin Campbell, late October 1992
Shhh #2 (4:55)*
The Halls Of Desire #2 (4:33)*
Paris 1798430 #2 (3:36)* (previously Paris 17984302)
Uncle Sam #2 (3:52)* (Prince/Paula Sherield)

Rosie Gaines, November 1992
In The Socket #2 (3:56)* – previously Hit U In The Socket, same as #1, but with horns
Try Me #1 (4:48) – a little longer than the released version, written by Rosie Gaines
Greatest Touch #1 (3:13) – without drum rhythm on verses, tentative placing
Play The Beat #2 (3:28) – a little longer than the released #3 version, tentative placing
Poor Little Girl (6:28) – tentative placing
Exploding All Over Europe - Prince/Ingrid Chavez, tentative placing
Exploding All Over Europe (Junior Vasquez Mix) (10:02) – tentative placing

The Paisley Park Power Trio, 2 January 1993
Come #1 (4:45) – segued with
Endorphin Machine #1 (3:50)
Dark #1 (6:26)
Dolphin #1 (4:57)
Laurianne #1
Dream

Come, Paisley Park, January 1993
Pheromone #1 (4:22)
Papa #1
Dance Of Desperation (18/1)
Laurianne #2

Come, Paisley Park, February 1993
Loose! #1 (3:23)
No Cones Allowed (16/2) – for the film “The Coneheads”, horn overdubs by Eric Leeds 12/6-‘93
Down (Prince/Levi Seacer, Jr./Kirk Johnson/Sonny Thompson/Michael Bland/Rosie Gaines) – tentative placing, Library of Congress registration 1/10-‘93
Egyptian Intro #1 (Instrumental)
Space #1 (5:37)
Poem #1

Come Musical, late March 1993
Solo (3:48)* – lyrics by David Henry Hwang
Strays Of The World (5:07)*

Pre 27 April 1993
Earth, Wind & Fire: Super Hero #2 (4:07)* - tentative placing
Earth, Wind & Fire: Super Hero (Long Version) (5:41) – tentative placing
BET’s Video LP Theme #1 (3:57) – instrumental version of Pheromone
BET’s Video LP Theme #2 (3:08) – edit of #1
The Call (3:01) – tentative placing
Fuck D Press (21/4)

Come & Glam-O-Rama (later “Glam Slam Ulysses”), May 1993
Papa #2 (2:48)*
Race #2 (4:03)
Pope (3:28)*
What’s My Name # 1 (3:03)*
Poem #2 (bootlegged as Orgasm) (3:30) – segued with
What’s My Name? #2 (3:06)
Zannalee #1 (2:51)
I Wanna Be Held Tonight (19/5)
Emotional Crucifixion (26/5)
Interactive #1 (3:05) – starts with a giggle
Interactive #2 (3:03)* - edit of #1
Come #2 (3:16) – edit of #1, tentative placing, aired over the PA before some aftershows on Act II

The Hits Remixes, 1993 – tentative placing
Pope (12” Remix) (6:01)
Pink Cashmere (12” Remix) (6:16) – featuring Steppa Ranks
Erotic City (Remix) – played by DJ at Paisley Park 27/1-’94 along with Pink Cashmere (12” Remix)
Pink Cashmere Mix #1 (Edit) (4:45)
Pink Cashmere Mix #1 (Complete) (8:09)
Pink Cashmere Mix #2 (Edit) (5:07)
Pink Cashmere Mix #2 (Complete) (9:15) – w/water at end
Pink Cashmere (WILD Mix) (10:25) – to be faded @ 8:00

The Paisley Park Power Trio: The Undertaker, Paisley Park, 14 June 1993
The Ride #1 (10:53)
Poorgoo #1 (4:24)
Honky Tonk-Woman (3:01) (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) – cover of The Rolling Stones
Bambi (4:03) - previously released
Zannalee (Prelude) (0:44)
The Undertaker (9:45) - previously released
Dolphin #2 (3:37)
The Ride #2 (Video Version) (10:33)
Poorgoo #2 (Video Version) (4:26)
Dolphin #3 (Video Version) (3:35)
Solo – tentative placing, mentioned by Michael B. on Prince.org
Space (rock version) – tentative placing, mentioned by Michael B. on Prince.org

Paisley Park, 15 June 1993
Calhoun Square #1 (4:46)*

26 June 1993
The Mad Pope – possibly a remix of Pope

NPG: Goldnigga, late June 1993 – album completed
2Gether #1 (3:59)
2Gether #2 (5:32)* - tentative placing

NPG: 2Gether – the remixes, 1993
2Gether (12 inch Mix) (6:53)*
2Gether (Interview) (4:21)*
2Gether (Enlightenment) (5:19)*
2Gether (Jeep Mix) (5:34)*
2Gether (Instrumental) (5:39)*

I’ll Do Anything Soundtrack, summer 1993
Cast: Wow #2 (1:36)
Cast: Make Believe #3
Cast: Make Believe #3 Pt.II
Julie Kavner: My Little Pill #2
Albert Brooks: There’s Lonely #3
Nick Nolte: Be My Mirror #2
Julie Kavner: I Can’t Love U Anymore #2
Melissa Etheridge: I Can’t Love U Anymore #3
Tracey Ullman: Don’t Talk 2 Strangers #2
Albert Brooks: I’ll Do Anything #3
Whittni Wright: This Lonely Life #2 (3:05)
Whittni Wright: You Are The Best (2:29)
Cast: I’ll Do Anything Medley (7:38)

Madhouse: 24, Paisley Park, 7 July 1993 – post-production by Ricky Peterson in late August – September 1993
- prince: Keyboards, Levi Seacer, Jr.: Guitar, Sonny Thompson: Bass, Eric Leeds: Saxophone, Michael Bland: Drums
Carnac (5:24)* – later retitled 17
Rootie Kazootie #1 (7:05)
Space #2 (4:47)
Edward #1 (7:09) – later retitled Asswoop, then Asswhoopin’ In A Trunk
Parlor Games #1 (4:01)
(Got 2) Give It Up (7:19) (Marvin Gaye) – originally titled Got To Give It Up, co-vocal by Nona Gaye

Bullet Sound, Nederhorst den Berg, 12 August 1993
The P #2 – lead vocal: Tevin Campbell

Madhouse, 31 August 1993
Slaughterhouse #2 – saxophone: Eric Leeds

Guillome Tell Studios, Paris, 2 September 1993
It’s About That Walk #1
Ophélie Winter: Le plus beau garcon de tout l’univers – tentative placing

Mayte, Paisley Park, 13 September 1993 – spring 1994
Latino Barbie Doll #2 (4:49) (Sept.)
If I Could Get Your Attention (2:47) - previously released
Love’s No Fun #1 (3:41) – previously released
The Juice #2
Mayte On Top #2 (previously “Carmen On Top”)
Go Mayte Go #2 (previously “Go Carmen Go”)
This Is My House - previously released

Paisley Park, 20 September 1993
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (4:37)*
Slave 2 The Funk

Paisley Park, 10 October 1993
Now #1 (4:30)*
Ripopgodazippa (4:39)* – offered to Showgirls Soundtrack 12/2-‘95
Shy #1 (4:50) – with drum machine

Paisley Park, mid to late October 1993
Gold #1 (5:56) – without guitar
Strawberries (25/10) – with The Hornheadz
319 #1 (3:19)* (25/10) – offered to Showgirls Soundtrack 12/2-‘95
Billy Jack Bitch #1 (7:07) (prince/Michael B. Nelson from NPG Hornz) – includes NPG Operator
Chaos And Disorder #1 (4:13) – recorded on the same day as
Right The Wrong #1 (4:42) – segues with Acknowledge Me
Acknowledge Me #1 (6:24)
Listen 2 The Rhythm #2 – tentative placing
+ “other tracks not ending up on The Gold Experience”

Nona Gaye, Paisley Park, 5 November 1993
Snow Man (4:16)
A 1.000 Hugs & Kisses #2 (4:23) – tentative placing
Inner City Blues (Marvin Gaye) – tentative placing

Guillome Tell, Paris, 10-22 November 1993
Hide The Bone (5:03)* (prince/Brenda Lee Eager/Hilliard Wilson)
It’s About That Walk #2 (4:26)* - possibly identical with #1

Come, pre January 1994
Come #3 (3:17)
Space #3 (4:28)* – edit of #1
Pheromone #2 (4:36) – starts with lines that ended up in Poem
Loose! #2 (3:27)
Race #3 (6:13)
Race #4 (5:04) – edit of #3
Dark #2 (6:10)* - edit of #1

Poet 99, 1993 - 1994
Give God A Try (3:05)
The Boom (3:08)
It’s Our Music (2:09)
Burn Baby Burn (2:47)
3 Shots (2:12)

The Beautiful Experience/Gold, Paisley Park, 20 January – early 1994
NPG Operator Segues
Love 4 1 Another (3:43)* - released as New World
Interactive #3 (2:25) – incl. NPG Operator
Days Of Wild #1 (6:03)
NPG Operator/Days Of Wild #2 (3:55) – edit of #1
Acknowledge Me #2 (5:27)*
NPG Operator/Now #2 (4:46)
Shy #2 (5:04) – similar to released version
Eye Hate U #1 (6:13) – incl. NPG Operator
Gold #2 (7:33) – without NPG Operator

The Beautiful Experience, Paisley Park, February 1994
Beautiful (5:55)*
Beautiful (Edit) (3:57)*
Staxowax (5:14)*
Mustang Mix (6:19)*
Flutestramental (3:35)*
Sexy Staxophone And Guitar (3:54)*
Mustang Instrumental (3:23)*
Beautiful (Extended Club Version) (6:25) – released on UK 12”
Beautiful Beats (3:28) – released on UK 12”
Brian’s Mix (4:25) – released on US promo CD and 12”
The Beautiful Experience Medley (10:22) (March)

Come, Paisley Park, March 1994
Poem #3 (3:36) – now with an actual poem, released as Come on a German promo
Endorphine Machine #2 (3:49)
Loose! #3 (3:26)*
Race #5 (4:17) - edit of #4
Let It Go #1 (16/3)

The Gold Album, March 1994
Shhh (7:18)* - previously released
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (Album Version) (4:25)* - previously released
Instrumental (1:29) – from the TV movie, following Shhh
Mayte & The NPG: “Mirror Message”/Box Talk 777 (5:37) – TV commercial

BBC’s Top Of The Pops, Paisley Park, 22 March 1994
Endorphinmachine #3 (Interactive CD-ROM Version) (3:48)

Nona Gaye, pre 9 April 1994
Love Sign (4:32)* – co-lead vocal: Nona Gaye
Love Sign (Alternative Version)
Nona Gaye: A Woman’s Gotta Have It (4:30)* (Bobby & Linda Womack/D. Carter) – tentative placing

Kamasutra, March – late July 1994
The Plan (1:47)*
Kamasutra (11:49)*
At Last... “The Lost Is Found” (3:37)*
The Ever Changing Light (2:59)*
Cutz (3:03)*
Serotonin (0:47)* - identical with Kamasutra Overture #5 on The Versace Experience
Promise/Broken (3:46)*
Barcelona (2:16)*
Kamasutra/Overture #8 (3:11)*
Coincidence Or Fate (3:24)*
Kamasutra/Eternal Embrace (4:02)*

Come, Paisley Park, mid April 1994
Come #5 (11:13)*

Mayte, April 1994 – tentative placings
The Most Beautiful Boy In The World (4:07)*
?Quieres ser el mas bello de este mundo? (4:07)*
If Eye Love U 2Night #2 (4:20)*
If Eye Love U 2Night (Spanish) (4:18)*

MPLS: Minneapolis single, spring 1994
Minneapolis #3 (4:27)*
Minneapolis (Reprise) (0:48)* - tentative placing
Minneapolis (12-Inch Mix) (7:00)*
The Ryde Dyvine #2 (4:17)*
The Ryde Dyvine #3 (4:14)* – ”clean version”

Come, Paisley Park, pre 19 May 1994 – album completed
Pheromone # 3 (5:08)*
Race # 6 (4:28)*
Dark # (6:10)*
Letitgo #2 (5:32)*
Orgasm #3 (1:39)* (previously “Poem”)

The Gold Experience, May 1994
Shy #3 (5:04)*
Billy Jack Bitch #2 (5:32)* - tentative placing
Eye Hate U #2 (5:54)*
Gold #3 (7:23)*

Love Sign – The Remixes, pre June 1994
Ted’s Get ‘em Up Mix (6:30)
Ted’s Funky Chariot Mix (6:57)
Mack Attack Message Mix (4:35)
Ted’s Double Trouble Mix (6:57)
Ted’s Love Sign Radio Mix (6:19)
Shock’s Silky Smooth Mix (3:52)* – released as Lovesign (Shock G’s Silky Remix)
Shock’s Silky Smooth INT’s (4:23)

Spring – summer 1994
What It Is… - not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Strength – not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Angie – cover of The Rolling Stones, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0
Glam Slam Boogie
Race (Instrumental) (3:31)
Race (Acapella) (3:33)

NPG: Exodus, Paisley Park, 15 May – mid June 1994 – 1st album configuration 19 June
The Good Life (5:48)* (May)
NPG Bum Rush The Ship (Segue) #1 (1:33)
The Exodus Has Begun #1 (10:45) – retitled Exodus on 2nd configuration
NPG Operator (Segue) (0:34)* - released as NPG Operator Intro
Get Wild #1 (5:56)
Sonny Turns The T.V. Off (Segue) #1 (0:49) - later retitled Count Segue
Count The Days (3:24)*
DJ Gets Jumped (Segue) (0:22)*
New Power Soul #1 (5:38)
DJ Seduces Sonny (Segue) #1 (0:45)
It Takes 3 (3:59) (15/5)
Gettin’ The Soup Ready (Segue) (0:16)*
Hallucination Rain #1 (11:07)
Spooky Soup (Segue) (0:09)
NPG Outro (0:11)
Get Wild #2 (5:59)* – Pret-A-Porter version, tentative placing, identical to #1 but with part of NPG Operator added

Madhouse: 24, mid 1994 – album completed
Guitar Segue (1:05) – later retitled Asswoop Segue
Ethereal #1 (0:31)
Michael B. (0:41)
Sonny T. #1 (1:42)

Remixes of Letitgo, mid 1994
Edit (4:15)*
Caviar Extended Mix (7:15)
Caviar Radio Edit (4:59)*
Cavi’ Street Edit (5:02)*
Instrumental (5:02)* - entitled Q.D. III Instrumental Mix on Come 2-LP promo
On The Cool-Out Tip Remix (7:12)
On The Cool-Out Tip Radio Edit (4:34)*
Sherm Stick Extended Mix (8:50)
(-) Sherm Stick Edit (5:42)* - entitled J. Swift #3 Instrumental on Come 2-LP promo

July 1994
Pussy Control #1 (6:33)
Get Wild #3 (5:36) – tentative placing
Realize – tentative placing, horn overdubs added by The Hornheadz 25/7-‘94

Pre September 1994
Mad #1 (5:33) – offered to From Dusk ’til Dawn Soundtrack in ’95 along with The Funk Of A 1000 Years (not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0) & Alone In The Dark (possibly a Dark remix)
Funky Design #1 (3:47) – tentative placing

Space single, pre 19 September 1994
Universal Love Remix (6:10)*
Funky Stuff Remix (5:41)*
Funky Stuff Dub (4:48)* - originally entitled Funky Stuff Remix Dub
Acoustic Remix (4:41)* - originally entitled Acoustic Radio Remix
Universal Love Remix Edit (4:00)

The Gold Experience, September – October 1994
P. Control #2 (5:59)*
Endorphinmachine #4 (4:07)*
We March #1
Dolphin #4 (4:59)*

The Wild Experience single, pre 14 October 1994
Get Wild (Money Maker) (6:01)*
Get Wild (Kirky J’s Get Wild) (6:38)*
Get Wild (Club Mix) (5:04)*
Get Wild (Get Wild In The House) #1 (6:14)*
Get Wild (Money Maker Funky Jazz Mix) (6:20)*

Ashley Davis, autumn – winter 1994
Ashley Davis: On Your Own (5:04)

Jevetta Steele, 1994
Jevetta Steele: Ain’t No Place Like U #1 (4:02)

Derek Hughes, autumn – winter 1994
Derek Hughes: Somebody’s Somebody #1 (4.26)
Derek Hughes: Somebody’s Somebody #2 (4:31)

NPG: Exodus, second half of 1994 – 2nd album configuration 2 December 1994
Get Wild #4 (5:36)
Get Wild #5 (4:34)* - edit of #4
Slave #1 (1:01) – later retitled Slave 2 The System
Acknowledge Me #3 (5:14)
Super Hero (7:20) - previously released, incorporates Outa-Space (Billy Preston/Greene) – cover of Billy Preston
Sonny Segue (0:50)
New Power Soul #2 (3:57) – edit of #1
Mad #2 (5:26)
Love, Thy Will Be Done (4:41) - previously released
Funky (4:14) (Chambers) – cover of The Chamber Brothers
Proud Mary (4:19) (John Fogerty) – cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival, lead vocal: Derek Hughes
Funky Design #2 (4:18)

Come single, pre 14 October 1994
Come (18 & Over) #1 (6:41)
18 & Over #2 (5:40)* - edit of #1
18 & Over #3 (Video Version) (4:16) (around 8/11) – edit of #2
Come (Techno Mix) (4:49)
Come (Remix) (11:20) – with the same beat as 18 & Over

Chaos And Disorder, November - December 1994
The Same December (3:24)* - pre 8/11
Empty Room #3 (3:22) – possibly identical with #1
I Like It There #1 (3:15)*
Calhoun Square #2 (4:28) – edit of #1
[Edited 11/3/09 8:52am]
rainbow woot! FREE THE 29 MAY 1993 COME CONFIGURATION! woot! rainbow
rainbow woot! FREE THE 1994 CHAOS AND DISORDER CONFIGURATION woot! rainbow
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Pre 5 January 1995
Loose Dub #1 (3:47) – later retitled (Lemme See That Body) Get Loose!
Loose Dub #2 (3:31)* - released as Get Loose
Dark (Remix) (8:50) – tentative placing, possibly identical with Alone In The Dark
So Dark #2 (5:14)* - edit of Dark (Remix)
Alone In The Dark – tentative placing, offered to From Dusk ‘til Dawn Soundtrack in 1995
The Funk Of A Thousand Years – tentative placing, offered to From Dusk ‘til Dawn Soundtrack in 1995, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0

NPG: Exodus, December 1994 – February 1995 – album completed in early 1995
Segue (0:38)*
New Power Soul #3 (4:10)* - new ending added
DJ Seduces Sonny #2 (0:38)* – edit of #1
Segue #2 (0:42)* - previously Sonny Turns The TV Off, edit of #1
Cherry Cherry (4:44)*
Segue (0:18)*
Return Of The Bump Squad (7:20)* – horn overdubs added by Eric Leeds 16/1-‘95
Mashed Potato Girl Intro (0:21)*
Segue (3:00)*
Big Fun (7:26)* – horn overdubs added by Eric Leeds 16/1-‘95
New Power Day (3:49)*
Hallucination Rain #2 (5:49)* - edit of #1
NPG Bum Rush The Ship (Segue) #2 (1:40)* - new beginning added
The Exodus Has Begun #2 (10:06)* - edit of #1
Outro (0:35)*

Kirk J. Remixes, winter 1994
Head (3:58)
When Doves Cry (5:08)
Pop Life (4:49) – pre 19 September 1994
Alphabet St. (6:00)
Purple Medley (11:00)* - tentative placing
Kirk J’s B Sides Remix (7:00)* - tentative placing

NPG Artist Sampler, 5 January 1995
NPG Operator (0:16) – included in NPG Operator Segues from NPG Artist Sampler
Madhouse: Asswhuppin’ In A Trunk #2 (previously “Edward” and “Asswoop”) (3:26) – edit of #1
Madhouse: Ethereal Segue #2 (previously “Ethereal”) (0:28) – edit of #1
Madhouse: Parlor Games #2 (3:23) – edit of #1
NPG Operator segues from NPG Artist Sampler (1:03)*

Pre 3 March 1995
Egyptian Intro #2 (Instrumental)

Stevie Wonder, pre 21 March 1995
Cold Chill (6:52)* (Stevie Wonder) – guitar: prince

Emancipation, January - summer 1995 – 1st configuration July 1995
Feelgood (4:06) (early ’95)
Good Pussy – horn overdubs by Eric Leeds added 16/1-‘95
Eye Am The DJ (4:47) – horn overdubs by Eric Leeds added 16/1-‘95
Slave 2 The System #2 (3:05) (Previously “Slave”)
Slave #1 (5:09) – without drum effects on chorus
2020 (2:05)
Good Dick And A Job – aired at Paisley Park 19/5-‘95
Right Back Here In My Arms #1 (6:16)
Right Back Here In My Arms #2 (4:33) - edit of #1
Journey 2 The Center Of Your Heart #1 (4:15)
Emancipation #1 (4:30)
PoomPoom (4:32)*
(Excuse Me Is This) Goodbye #2 (4:34)* - tentative placing, included on 2nd configuration
Die – tentative placing, Library of Congress registration 25/8-’95 along with Right Back..., Journey 2... & Poom Poom

Mayte: Child Of The Sun, pre 5 May 1995 – 1st album configuration 5 May 1995
Children Of The Sun #1 (4:22)
In Your Gracious Name #1 (5:00)
The Rhythm Of Your Heart #3 (previously “Listen 2 The Rhythm) (5:37) – includes a rap by prince
Ain’t No Place Like U #2 (4:33)
House Of Brick (Brick House) #1 (4:27) (William King/Thomas McCleary/Walter Orange/Lionel Richie/Milan Williams/Ronald LaPread) – cover of The Commodores, originally titled Brick House
Love’s No Fun #2 (3:52) - previously released
Baby Don’t Care #2 (previously “Holly Don’t Care”) (5:41)
However Much U Want #2 (4:43)
Mo’ Better #1 (4:54)

The Gold Experience, May 1995 – album completed
We March #2 (4:49)*

Remixes, Pre 13 June 1995
Beautiful Girl (4:32)*
The NPG: The Good Life (Platinum People Edit) (4:12)*
The NPG: The Good Life (Platinum People Mix) (6:40)*
The NPG: The Good Life (Dancing Divaz Mix) (6:40)*
The NPG: The Good Life (Bullets Go Bang Remix) (5:14)*
The Good Life (Big City Remix) (5:05)*
The NPG: Free The Music #1 (3:23)
The NPG: Count The Days (Clean Version) (3:24)* - tentative placing
Eye Hate U (7” Edit w/o Guitar) (3:50)*
Eye Hate U (Album Edit) (4:26)*
Eye Hate U (Quiet Night Mix by Eric Leeds) (3:55)*
Eye Hate U (Extended Remix) (6:17)*
Eye Hate U (Album Version) (5:58)* - without NPG Operator
P. Control (House Mix) (5:47)
P. Control (Club Mix) #1 (6:02)
P. Control (Club Mix) #2 (5:59)*
Mayte: If Eye Love U 2Night (3:25) - previously released

Stacy Francis, Paisley Park, June 1995
Journey 2 The Center Of Your Heart #2
Over The Rainbow (Harold Arlen/Yip Harburg) – cover of Judy Garland

Live at Paisley Park, 18 June 1995
The Volkswagen Blues (3:51) – tentative title, ad-libbed lyrics to music based on Mary, Don’t You Weep

Sandra St. Victor, summer 1995
Soul Sanctuary #1 (4:29) (Prince/Sandra St. Victor/Johnny Kemp)
Livin’ 2 Die (3:34) (Prince/Sandra St. Victor) – bootlegged as Living 2 Die (Our Lives)
Eye’ll Never B Another Fool #1 (3:11) (Prince/Sandra St. Victor)
Stone (3:00) (Prince/Sandra St. Victor) – possibly titled Heart Of Stone or Nothing Left But A Stone
Van Gogh #1 (4:58)

The Versace Experience, pre 8 July 1995
P. Control (Club Mix) #3 (3:04) – edit of #2
Shhh #2 (3:54) – edit of #1, previously released
The NPG: Get Wild (In The House Mix) #2 (2:14) – edit of #1
Eye Hate U (Remix) (3:28) – Quiet Night Mix + Extended Remix
319 #2 (1:28) – edit of #1
Shy #4 (2:22) – edit of #3
Billy Jack Bitch #3 (2:31) – remixed edit of #2
Madhouse: Sonny T. Segue #2 (previously “Sonny T.”) (0:28) – edit of #1
Madhouse: Rootie Kazootie #2 (2:37) – edit of #1
Chatounette Controle (2:24)
P. Control (Control Tempo Edit) (1:23) – outro of P. Control (House Mix)
The NPG Orchestra: Kamasutra Overture #5 (0:43) – identical with Serotonin
The NPG: Free The Music #2 (1:44)* - edit of #1
Segue (0:49) – remix of NPG Operator preceding TMBGITW on The Gold Experience
Gold #4 (3:39) – edit of #3

Madhouse, 1995 – tentative placing
18 And Over
Kamasutra Instrumental
Kamasutra/Overture #8 (2:39)

Mayte: Child Of The Sun, 1995 – tentative placing
Children Of The Sun #2 (4:29)*
In Your Gracious Name #2 (5:05)*
The Rhythm Of Your Heart #3 (3:16)*
Ain’t No Place Like U #3 (4:44)*
House Of Brick (Brick House) #2 (3:19)* (William King/Thomas McCleary/Walter Orange/Lionel Richie/Milan Williams/Ronald LaPread)
Love’s No Fun #3 (3:57)* - previously released
Baby Don’t Care #3 (5:25)*
However Much U Want #3 (4:32)*
Mo’ Better #2 (4:55)*

Emancipation, 9 September 1995
The Emancipation Proclamation - lyric sheet handed out at Paisley Park
Slave #2 (4:51)* – tentative placing, handed out on cassette in December ‘95

Paisley Park, 12-14 September 1995
Rock’n’Roll Is Alive! (And It Lives In Minneapolis) #1 (4:30) (12/9)
Rock’n’Roll Is Alive! (And It Lives In Minneapolis) #2 (The Tony Fly Mix) (4:40) (14/9)
Rock’n’Roll Is Alive! (And It Lives In Minneapolis) #3 – longer version, debuted 18/9
Rock’n’Roll Is Alive! (And It Lives In Minneapolis) #4 (4:34)*
Rock’n’Roll Is Alive! (And It Lives In Minneapolis) #5 (Alternative Version) (4:24)

October 1995
5 Women #2 (5:13)* - with The NPG Hornz, previously released
Starfish And Coffee (3:18) - previously released

prince & The NPG Live, Paisley Park, 22 October 1995
Letitgo (3:44)*
Vicki Waiting (3:50)*
We March (3:28)*

prince & The NPG Live, Paisley Park, 28 October 1995
Days Of Wild (4:33)
The Ride (5:13)*
The Jam (3:12) (Larry Graham)

November 1995
Betcha By Golly Wow! (3:31)* (Thom Bell/Linda Creed) – cover of The Stylistics
2Morrow (4:13)*
One Of Us #1 (Eric Brazilian)– cover of Joan Osborne
Mustang Mix ’96 (4:25) – tentative placing

prince & The NPG Live, Paisley Park, 9 December 1995
Days Of Wild (Edit) (9:19)*

The NPG: Girl 6, December 1995
Girl 6 (4:04)* (Tommy Barbarella/prince) – co-lead vocal: Nona Gaye
Girl 6 (Extended Version) (4:41)

Early 1996
Egyptian Intro #3 (Instrumental)
Friend, Lover, Sister, Mother/Wife (7:37)*
Let’s Have A Baby (4:07)*
One Kiss At A Time (4:41)*

prince & The NPG, Paisley Park, late February – The NPG is disbanded 8 March 1996
Sarah #1 (2:50) – with The NPG Hornz
Into The Light (2:46)* - with The NPG Hornz, background vocals: Rosie Gaines
I Will (3:36)* - with The NPG Hornz, background vocals: Rosie Gaines
Saviour (5:48)* - with Michael Bland, Sonny Thompson, Tommy Barbarella, Ricky Peterson & The NPG Hornz
Damned If Eye Do (5:21)*
One Of Us #2 (5:19)* - tentative placing

Chaos And Disorder & The Vault, March 1996 – delivered to W.B. 26/4-‘96
Sarah #2 (2:52)*
Chaos And Disorder #2 (4:20)* – background vocals: Rosie Gaines
Right The Wrong #2 (4:39)* – with Sonny Thompson & Michael Bland
Zannalee #2 (2:43)* - tentative placing
I Rock, Therefore I Am (6:15)* – with the NPG Hornz, lead vocal: Rosie Gaines, rap: Scrap D & Steppa Ranks
Dig U Better Dead (4:00)* - background vocals: Rosie Gaines
Had U (1:26)*

The Paisley Park Power Trio: Chaos And Disorder, South Beach Studios, Miami, late March – early April 1996
Chaos And Disorder #3 – with Sonny Thompson & Michael Bland
I Like It There #2 - with Sonny Thompson & Michael Bland
Dinner With Delores (2:46)*
Right The Wrong #3

prince & Mayte: Children’s Stories, April 1996 – 8 songs announced in the works
She Gave Her Angels (3:52)*

Emancipation, May 1996
Van Gogh #2 (5:59) – saxophone: Eric Leeds, available from NPGMC since 7/7-2001, re-recorded & released by Van Gogh 6/11-‘98
Soul Sanctuary #2 (4:41)* (Prince/Sandra St. Victor/Johnny Kemp) – tentative placing
Conception #1 – tentative placing
My Computer (4:37)* - tentative placing

Los Angeles, 20-27 May 1996
Da Bang (3:19)* - tentative placing

Emancipation, June 1996 - Rhonda Smith joins NPG and plays on:
Get Yo Groove On (6:31)*
We Gets Up (4:18)*
Eye Can’t Make U Love Me (6:37)* (Mike Read/James Shamblin) – cover of Bonnie Raitt
Sex In The Summer #2 (5:57)* (previously “Conception”)
Dreamin’ About U (3:52)*

Me’Shell Ndegeocello, Battery Studios, New York, July 1996
Untitled
Emale #1

Emancipation, July 1996 – following Jonathan Melvoin’s death 12/7-‘96
The Love We Make (4:39)*
In This Bed Eye Scream (5:40)*
Curious Child (2:57)*

Emancipation, pre 24 August 1996
Emale #2 (3:38)*
Moneyappolis – horn overdubs by Eric Leeds 6/8-‘96
Muhammad Ali – horn overdubs by Eric Leeds 6/8-‘96
The Divine #1 – horn overdubs by Eric Leeds 14/8-‘96
Mr. Happy (4:46)*
La, La, La Means Eye Love U (3:59)* (Thom Bell/Bill Hart) – cover of The Delfonics, originally titled La La Means I Love You
Somebody’s Somebody #3 (4:43)*
The Human Body (5:42)*

Emancipation, pre album completed early October 1996
Jam Of The Year (6:10)*
Right Back Here In My Arms #3 (4:43)*
Courtin’ Time (2:46)* - with The NPG Hornz
White Mansion (4:47)*
Joint 2 Joint (7:52)*
The Holy River (6:55)*
Face Down (3:17)*
Style (6:40)* - shouts by Scrap D., Smooth G. & Michael Mac
Sleep Around (7:42)* - with The NPG Hornz
Da, Da, Da (5:15)* - rap by Scrap D.
Emancipation #2 (4:12)*

Pre 7 December 1996
17 Days (“live”) – previously released
Dreamin’ About U (“live”) – previously released
Emancipation (“live”) – previously released
Joy In Repetition - previously released
Somebody’s Somebody (Livestudio Mix) (3:47)* – tentative placing
Somebody’s Somebody (Ultrafantasy Edit) (3:45)* – tentative placing
On Sale Now! (0:50)* - tentative placing
Brick House (Instrumental)
Mad (Instrumental)

The Truth, autumn – winter 1996
The Truth (3:34)*
Don’t Play Me (2:48)*
Circle Of Amour (4:43)*
3rd Eye (4:53)*
Dionne (3:13)*
Man In A Uniform (3:07)* (prince/Rhonda Smith)
Animal Kingdom (4:01)* (prince/Rhonda Smith)
The Other Side Of The Pillow (3:21)*
Fascination (4:55)*
One Of Your Tears (3:27)*
Comeback (1:59)*
Welcome 2 The Dawn (Acoustic Version) (3:17)*

prince & The NPG Live, 11 January 1997
Jam Of The Year*
Face Down*

Face Down EP, pre April 1997
Clean Album Version (3:17)
X-Tended Rap Money Mix (4:51)
1-800 Newfunkhouse Mix
Instrumental Money Mix (4:02)
Acapella Face (2:21)
Eye Can’t Make U Love Me (Edit)*
The Holy River Remix*
The Holy River Dirtyhousemix*
Emancipation Medley*
Face Down (Money Mix) (Clean Edit) (3:26) – tentative placing

Crystal Ball, 1996-1997
Movie Star #3 (4:25)* - with intro from Jam Of The Year, party girl: Susannah Melvoin, omits the “right there, honey” part

New Power Generation: Newpower Soul, May – August 1997
Jam Of The Year (Remix featuring Doug E. Fresh) (5:41) – tentative placing, got developed into Push It Up
(Eye Like) Funky Music #1 (5:36) (May) – different from released version
Shoo-Bed-Ooh (3:24)* (May)
Funk Radio (excerpt 0:23) (May/June) – sample posted on Love4oneanother.com
Sadomasochistic Groove #1 (5:26) (May/June) Jam Of The Year Tour Intro (2:45) (July)
Push It Up (5:28)* (12/8)
When U Love Somebody (5:56)* (late August)
Newpower Soul #1 (5:38) – longer than released version
Freaks On This Side (5:42)*
We Want The Funk – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0, possibly identical with Funk Radio
Back In Your Arms 2Nite – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0

Larry Graham: GCS 2000, Paisley Park, November – early December 1997
GCS 2000 (3:54)* (previously “We’ve Been Waiting ’98”) (Larry Grham)
Free (with Chaka Khan and o)+>) (7:02)* (Larry Graham)
U Move Me (4:42)* (Larry Graham)
Just B My Lady (5:28)* (Larry Graham) - previously released
Don’t Let ‘Em Change U (5:47)* (Larry Graham)
Utopia (3:48)* (prince/Larry Graham)
Groove On (7:24)* (Larry Graham)
Eye Just Found Somebody 2 Love (5:16)* (Larry Graham)
Eye’magettin’ (5:35)* (Larry Graham)
Jump And Shout (6:22) – overdubs by The Hornheadz 3/12-‘97
Thy Kingdom Come #1 (Larry Graham)
Water – tentative placing, not mentioned in Turn It Up 2.0

Chaka Khan: Come 2 My House, November – early December 1997
Come 2 My House (4:46)* (Chaka Khan/Prince/Robert Palmer/Howard McCrary)
This Crazy Life Of Mine (3:05)* (Chaka Khan/Prince)
Spoon (3:50)* (Chaka Khan/Robert Palmer/Howard McCrary)
Journey 2 The Center Of Your Heart #2 (4:16)*
Eye’ll Never B Another Fool #2 (4:13)* (Prince/Sandra St. Victor/Chaka Khan)
Democrazy (6:08)* (Chaka Khan/Prince)
Eye Remember U (4:16)* (Chaka Khan/Prince/Larry Graham)
Reconsider (U Betta) (4:23)* (Chaka Khan/Prince)
Hair (5:45)* (Larry Graham) – cover of Graham Central Station
The Drama (6:36)* (Chaka Khan/Kirk A. Johnson)
Don’t Talk 2 Strangers (3:16)* - previously released

Newpower Soul, Paisley Park, November – early December 1997
Mad Sex (5:13)*
Come On #1 (7:17)
Wasted Kisses (3:00)*

Pre 3 January 1998
16 min. Megamix

Newpower Soul & GCS 2000, late January – early February 1998 – completed February 1998
Larry Graham: Love 4 1 Another #2 (8:14)* (previously “Thy Kingdom Come”) (Larry Graham)
The One (7:05)*
Until U’re In My Arms Again (4:47)*
U’re Still The One #1 (Mutt Lange/Shania Twain) – cover of Shania Twain
Newpower Soul #2 (5:01)* - edit of #1, tentative placing
(Eye Like) Funky Music #2 (4:32)* - edit of #1, tentative placing
Come On #2 (5:59)* - edit of #1, tentative placing

Chaka Khan: Come 2 My House, spring 1998 – album completed in June 1998
Betcha Eye (4:30)* (Chaka Khan/Prince/Mark Stevens)
Pop My Clutch (4:47)* (Chaka Khan/Prince/Kirk A. Johnson)

prince & The NPG Live, Paisley Park, 20 June 1998
The War #1 (ca.46:00)
The War #2 (26:00)* – edit of #1

Summer 1998
The One Intro (Instrumental) – lasts 2 to 3 minutes, played on the summer 1998 European tour
The Go-Go’s (Instrumental) - incorporates “Also Sprach Zarathustra” (Richard Strauss), tentative title, performed live on the summer 1998 European tour
Hypnoparadise (6:02)* – tentative placing, performed as an instrumental on the December 1998 tour of Europe

Come On remixes, pre 18 September 1998
Come On (Doug E. Fresh Mix) (5:02)*
Come On (Remix) (8:16)*
Come On (Album Edit) (4:30)*
Come On (Hypermix) (7:56)*
Come On (Latenitemix) (4:09)*
Come On (Acapella) (3:26)*

The One remixes, pre 2 October 1998
The One (Remix) (7:09)*
The One (Edit) (3:25)

Marva King, pre 16 October 1998
U’re Still The One #2 (3:08) (Mutt Lange/Shania Twain) – posted on Love4oneanother.com
Playtime – tentative placing, performed live on the 1997-98 Jam Of The Year tour, possibly no studio recording

Roadhouse Garden, October 1998
Roadhouse Garden #3

Pre 24 October 1998
Beautiful Strange #1 (4:55) – played in the Beautiful Strange TV special, November 1998
Beautiful Strange #2 (4:55)* - tentative placing
Twisted (Annie Ross/Wardell Grey) – tentative placing, played at soundcheck in 2002, lyric in Prince’s Beautiful Strange lyric book, cover of Annie Ross, Joni Mitchell, Bette Midler and others

1999 The New Master, November 1998
1999 (The New Master) (7:09)*
Rosario: 1999 (1:19)*
1999 (The Inevitable Mix) (5:46)*
1999 (Keepsteppin’) (4:33)*
1999 (Rosie Doug E. In A Deep House) (6:23)*
1999 (The New Master) (Single Edit) (4:30)*
1999 (Acapella) (5:11)*

Pre 14 November 1998
Habibi (Machine Gun) #1 (4:58) (Jimi Hendrix) – included in Ahdio Show No.3, 20/4-2001
Purple House (3:38)* (Jimi Hendrix) – tentative placing

No Doubt collaboration, 1998/1999
Waiting Room #1 – re-recording by prince based on No Doubt’s own recording sent to him on a tape

Pre 26 January 1999
Madrid 2 Chicago (3:14)* – available as single A-Side on NPGMC since 17/1-2002
Soft And Wet - previously released

Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic, pre 19 April 1999 – 10 tracks
Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic #2 (4:19)* (edit of #1)
R U Ready? #1 – for Larry Graham
Undisputed #1
Prettyman #1
Everyday Is A Winding Road (6:12)* (Sheryl Crow/Brian McLeod/Jeff Trott) – cover of Sheryl Crow
This Is Your Life (’98 or ’99) – included on early versions of Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic
Silly Game (3:30)* – tentative placing
Strange But True (4:12)* – tentative placing
The Sun, The Moon And Stars (5:15)* – tentative placing
Tangerine (1:31)* – tentative placing
Wherever U Go, Whatever U Do (3:17)* – tentative placing
Silicon #1 (4:46) – tentative placing, bootlegged as Slaughterhouse

Busta Rhymes, New York, 23 April 1999
A track for an album against police brutality

Hornheadz overdubs on Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic, Paisley Park, 17 May 1999 – 1st configuration 20 May 1999
Hot Wit U #1
Man ‘O’ War (5:14)*
I Ain’t Gonna Run
R U Ready? #2
Y Should Eye Do That When Eye Can Do This? #1 (4:30)

Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic, Paisley Park, mid June – mid July 1999
The Greatest Romance Ever Sold (5:29)*
Don’t Say No (1/7) – drums: Michael Bland
Baby Knows #1 (1/7) – drums: Michael Bland
What Should B Souled (1/7)
Prettyman #2 (4:24)* (3/7) – with Maceo Parker
Eye Love U, But Eye Don’t Trust U Anymore (3:35)* – featuring Ani DiFranco
Ani DiFranco: Providence (7:18)* (Ani DiFranco) - backing vocals: prince
So Far, So Pleased #1

Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic, Electric Ladyland Studio, New York, late July 1999
So Far, So Pleased #2 (3:24)* – featuring Gwen Stefani
Baby Knows #2 (3:18)* – featuring Sheryl Crow

Pre 7 August 1999
Fight The Power (Ridenhour/Sadler/Shocklee) – cover of Public Enemy

Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic, mid August 1999
Undisputed #2 (4:20)* – featuring Chuck D.

Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic, Electric Ladyland Studio, New York, 10-15 September 1999 – album completed 15/9
Hot Wit U #2 (5:11)* – featuring Eve
The Greatest Romance Ever Sold (Adam & Eve Remix featuring Eve) (4:28)*

The Greatest Romance Ever Sold Remixes, autumn 1999
The Greatest Romance Ever Sold (Radio Edit) (4:30)*
The Greatest Romance Ever Sold (Radio Edit featuring Eve) (4:30)*

George Clinton, Paisley Park and Darp Studios, 1999
Paradigm (6:46) (Prince/George Clinton) – released on George Clinton: How Late Do U Have 2BB4UR Absent? in August 2005

Pre 31 December 1999
One Song (8:54) – posted on Love4oneanother.com on New Year’s Eve 1999/2000
One Song (Edit) (3:28)

The NPG, pre March 2000
New Funk Sampling Series (NPG Online Commercial) (3:17) – tentative placing
Peace (5:32)*

Rosie Gaines, pre March 2000
Hit U In The Socket #3 (4:06)* – previously In The Socket, released as cyber single in March 2000, included in Ahdio Show No.4, 16/5-2001

Man ‘O’ War single, pre 15 May 2000
Man ‘O’ War (Remix) (5:12)*
CyberSingle (2:43)* - available from NPG Online since 14/7-2000

Rave In2 The Joy Fantastic, pre 17 May 2000
Rave In2 The Joy Fantastic (Remix) (5:14)*
2045 Radical Man (6:37)*
Undisputed (The Moneyapolis Mix) (5:45)*
Chuck D.’s Rhyme
Hot Wit U (Nasty Girl Remix) (4:23)*
The Greatest Romance Ever Sold (Extended Version featuring Eve) (8:06)*
Tangerine (Extended Version) (2:13)*
Baby Knows (Extended Version) (3:53)*
Prettyman (Extended Version) (5:35)*

Prince & The NPG Live, Paisley Park, 15 July 2000
Good Life (2:27) – posted on NPG Online

The Hot Experience, pre 19 July 2000
Hot Wit U – hip hop-like remix
So Far, So Pleased – club/dance remix with portions of Rave In2 The Joy Fantastic Remix
Hot Wit U – club/dance remix

High, summer 2000 – completed 8 August 2000
Vavoom #1 (The Tony Fly Mix) (4:04) (pre 8/7) - not included on first version of High assembled in August 2000, available at NPGMC since 15/11-2001
U Make My Sun Shine #1 (7:04)* – with Angie Stone, backing vocals: Millenia
U Make My Sun Shine #2 (5:55)* - edit of #1
My Medallion #1 (5:07) – included in Ahdio Show No.8, Sept.’01
My Medallion #2 (3:30) – edit of #1, included in Ahdio Show No.1, Feb.’01
When Will We B Paid? (4:07)* (Randall Stewart) – cover of The Staple Singers: When Will We Get Paid
Supercute #1 (4:16)* - released on single
Underneath The Cream (4:02)*
Golden Parachute (5:35)*
The Daisy Chain (6:11)*
Gamillah (Instrumental) (3:10)*
High (5:04)* - included in Ahdio Show No.7, 28/8-2001, available from NPGMC since 15/12-2001
When Eye Lay My Hands On U (3:40)*

Yahoo! Internet Life Awards, 24 July 2000
Thank U Just The Same (0:42) – award acceptance song based on My Medallion

2000
Hit N Run Tour Intro (2:00) – from NPGMC video download, February 2001
1, 2 (The Future) (1:09) – included in Ahdio Show No.2, 21/3-2001
Derek Hughes: Can U Say Love (2:43) – included in Ahdio Show No.2, 21/3-2001, unknown if it’s a Prince track
The Fonky Baldheads: Rowdy Mac (5:57)* (Kirk Johnson/Prince) – tentative placing
The Fonky Baldheads: Rowdy Mac (Edit) (1:30) – included in Ahdio Show No.2, 21/3-2001
Sex Me? Sex Me Not #1 (4:24) – included in Ahdio Show No.3, 20/4-2001, available from NPGMC since 14/6-2001
Northside (6:31)* – available on NPGMC since 20/4-2001
NPGMC Commercial
Larry Graham: Bada Boom (previously “PoomPoom”) – previously released
I Like To Play – tentative placing

Beyonce (of Destiny’s Child), 2000-2001
2 unnamed tracks

The Rainbow Children, winter 2000 – spring 2001
Rainbow Children (10:03)*
Muse 2 The Pharaoh (4:21)*
Digital Garden (4:06)*
The Work Pt. 1 (4:27)* - guitar & fender rhodes piano: Prince, drums: John Blackwell, bass: Larry Graham, The Hornheadz, backing vocals: Kip Blackshire & Milenia, recorded live at Paisley Park by Femi Jiya. Available at Napster since 6/4-2001.
Everywhere (2:54)*
The Sensual Everafter (2:57)*
Mellow (4:23)*
1+1+1 Is 3 (5:16)*
Deconstruction (1:59)*
Wedding Feast (0:53)*
She Loves Me 4 Me (2:49)*
Family Name (8:16)*
The Everlasting Now (8:17)*
Last December (7:57)*
All The King's Horses - sent to Clare Fisher for contribution

2001
Props‘N’Pounds (4:35)* – included in Ahdio Show No.4, 16/5-2001
Race (NPGMC Mix) (3:25) – included in Ahdio Show, June 2001
You Can Touch Me (2:12) – included in Ahdio Show, July 2001
The NPG: Contest Song (3:34) – available from NPGMC since 7/7-2001, supposedly a o(+> composition
Kip Blackshire: (Get) Her Way (3:52) – intended for Kip’s debut album due 2002, included in Ahdio Show No.6, 7/7-2001
Western Song (0:44) – included in Ahdio Show No.6, 7/7-2001
S&M Groove #2 (5:07)* (Previously “Sadomasochistic Groove”) – edit of #1, available from NPGMC since 7/7-2001
The New Power Generation: Get Wild (Miami Mix) (5:42) – available from NPGMC in August 2001, tentative placing
Instrumental (The Holy River) (3:05) – available for premium NPGMC members since 29/8-2001
Judas Smile #1 (6:40) – originally entitled “Judas Kiss” and available from NPGMC since 28/8-2001, retitled “Judas Smile” in Oct.’01
Jukebox (4:34) – included in Ahdio Show No.9, 15/11-2001
Breathe (2:01)* – available at NPGMC since 17/1-2002 (as B-Side to Madrid 2 Chicago single)

No Doubt collaboration, 2001
Waiting Room #2 (4:27)* (Gwen Stefani/Tony Kanal/Tom Dumont/o(+>) - “vocal, keyboards and stuff” were added by No Doubt to o(+>’s version

One Nite Alone, autum-winter 2001
One Nite Alone (3:37)*- available on NPGMC since 18/1-2002
U’re Gonna C Me (5:16)* - available on NPGMC since 18/1-2002
Here On Earth (3:23)* - available on NPGMC since 18/1-2002
A Case Of U (3:30)* (Joni Mitchell) - available on NPGMC since 17/1-2002
Have A Heart (2:04)*
Objects In The Mirror (3:27)*
Avalanche (4:24)*
Pearls B4 The Swine (3:01)* - included in Ahdio Show No.8, 19/9-2001
Young And Beautiful (2:44)*
Arboretum (Instr.) (3:26)*

Xenophobia, winter 2001/2002
Xenophobia (Prince/Eric Leeds/Levi Seacer, Jr./Sheila E.) – Madhouse leftover, sounds similar to Overnight, Every Night from Eric Leeds’ 1991 Times Squared album
Xhalation (2:03)*
Xcogitate (3:33)*
Xemplify (5:53)*
Xpectation (4:01)*
Xotica (3:05)*
Xogenous (4:11)*
Xpand (6:11)*
Xosphere (3:34)*
Xpedition (8:23)*

Prince & The New Power Generation: One Nite Alone… Live! Indianapolis, Indiana, 11 March 2002
Muse 2 The Pharaoh (4:49)*
Mellow (4:30)*
The Other Side of The Pillow (4:46)*
Strange Relationship (4:12)*

Prince & The New Power Generation: One Nite Alone… Live! Washington D.C., 31 March 2002
Rainbow Children (11:46)*

Prince & The New Power Generation: One Nite Alone… Live! Lakeland, Florida, 4 April 2002
1+1+1 is 3 (6:05)*

Prince & The NPG: One Nite Alone… The Aftershow: It Ain’t Over! New York, New York, 9 April 2002
Joy In Repetition (10:56)*
We Do This (featuring George Clinton) (4:41)* (George Clinton)
Medley: Just Friends (Sunny) (T. Johnson/C. Haggins/I. Barias/V. Davis/B. Hebb)/If You Want Me To Stay (Sylvester Stewart) (Featuring Musiq) (4:26)*

Prince & The New Power Generation: One Nite Alone… Live! Houston, Texas, 14 April 2002
Adore (5:32)*
Do Me, Baby (1:56)*
Condition Of The Heart (Interlude) (0:39)*

Prince & The New Power Generation: One Nite Alone… Live! Los Angeles, California, 19 April 2002
Anna Stesia (13:12)*

Prince & The New Power Generation: One Nite Alone… Live! Los Angeles, California, 20 April 2002
When U Were Mine (3:47)*

Prince & The NPG: One Nite Alone… The Aftershow: It Ain’t Over! Los Angeles, California, 20 April 2002
2 Nigs United 4 West Compton (6:14)*
Alphabet Street (2:54)*
Dorothy Parker (6:16)*
Girls & Boys (6:59)*
The Everlasting Now (vamp) (1:49)*

Prince & The New Power Generation: One Nite Alone… Live! Oakland, California, 24 April 2002
Take Me With U (2:54)*

Prince & The New Power Generation: One Nite Alone… Live! Seattle, WA, 29 April 2002
One Nite Alone… (1:12)*
Free (1:06)*
Starfish & Coffee (1:07)*
Sometimes it Snows in April (2:41)*

Prince & The New Power Generation: One Nite Alone… Live! Portland, Oregon, 30 April 2002
Xenophobia (12:39)*
Extraordinary (5:01)*
Avalanche (6:04)*
Family Name (7:17)*
Raspberry Beret (3:26)*
Everlasting Now (7:41)*
Eye Wanna B Ur Lover (1:21)*
Diamonds & Pearls (0:41)*
The Beautiful Ones (2:10)*
Nothing Compares 2 U (3:48)*
How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore (5:07)*

Prince & The NPG: One Night Alone… The Aftershow: It Ain’t Over! Portland, Oregon, 30 April 2002
Peach (xtended jam) (11:19)*

Prince & The NPG: Live In Montreal, 2002
Days Of Wild (11:04) – handed out at the 2002 Celebration
Days Of Wild (Concert Mix) (10:45)*
Days Of Wild (Single Edit) (4:08)*

Prince & The NPG, live, Bataclan, Paris, 29 October 2002
NPG In This Funky House/All The Critics Love U In Paris (11:02)*

Prince & The NPG live, October-November 2002
U Want Me – lyrics have been displayed at NPGMC, indicating a studio version exists
I Love U Baby (Like U Have Never Known) – tentative title
Telemarketers Blues – debuted at Xenophobia Celebration

C-Note, October-November 2002
Copenhagen (10:06)*
Nagoya (8:45)*
Osaka (5:40)*
Tokyo (5:05)*
Empty Room #4 (4:01)*

N.E.W.S, Paisley Park, 6 February 2003
North (14:00)*
East (14:00)*
West (14:00)*
South (14:02)*

Musicology, autumn-winter 2003
Musicology (4:24)*
Illusion, Coma, Pimp & Circumstance (4:45)* - played live in Oct.’03
A Million Days (3:50)*
Life ‘O’ The Party (4:29)* - played live in Oct.’03
Call My Name (5:15)*
Cinnamon Girl (3:56)*
What Do U Want Me 2 Do? (4:15)*
The Marrying Kind (2:49)*
If Eye Was The Man In Ur Life (3:09)*
On The Couch (3:33)* - played live in Oct.’03
Dear Mr. Man (4:14)*
Reflection (3:04)* - available at NPGMC since 18/4-2003
Magnificent (4:40)* - tentative placing

The Chocolate Invasion and The Slaughterhouse, late 2003
Judas Smile #2 (6:33)* - has an additionnal synth hit just b4 the words "pinnochio mentality"
Supercute #2 (4:11)* - 5 seconds edit of #1
Sex Me? Sex Me Not #2 (5:41)*
Vavoom #2 (4:35)*
The Dance #1 (4:41)*
Silicon #2 (4:14)* - edit of #1
Y Should Eye Do That When Eye Can Do This? #2 (4:30)* - has an additionnal synth hit at 1:10 mn just after the sentence "u'll never know"

Prince & The NPG, live, Hawaii, December 2003
Controversy (6:06)*

Prince & Wendy Melvoin live, The Tavis Smiley Show, 12 February 2004
Reflection (2:41)

1st half of 2004
Dear Mr. Man (Live At Webster Hall) (4:16)*
The United States Of Division (6:17)*
Silver Tongue (Demo) (4:56)* - lyrics: Nikka Costa
Black Sweat (3:11)* – performed live 25/6-2004

2nd half of 2004
Glass Cutter (Demo) (4:39)*
New Power Generation: San Jose Jam (Soundcheck) (7:44)

11-12 tracks Michael B and Sonny T session, November 2004
3121 (4:31)*
From The Lotus… (2:46)*
…Back 2 The Lotus (5:34)*
Colonized Mind (4:48)*
Love Like Jazz (3:49)*
Wall Of Berlin (4:16)*
Támar: Closer 2 My Heart (4:45)
Támar: First Love (5:06)

2005
Stevie Wonder: So What The Fuss – guitar: Prince

August 2005
SST (3:39)*
Brand New Orleans (6:37)*

2005-2006
Lolita (4:06)*
Te Amo Corazon (3:35)*
Incense And Candles (4:04)*
Love (5:45)*
Satisfied (2:50)*
Fury (4:02)*
The Word (4:11)*
Beautiful, Loved And Blessed (5:43)* (Prince/Támar)
The Dance #2 (5:20)*
Get On The Boat (6:20)*
Streets Of Panama
Feel Better, Feel Good, Feel Wonderful (Excerpt) (1:27)*
The Song Of The Heart (4:35)*

Támar: Milk & Honey, 2005-2006 - scheduled for release 29 August 2006
Milk & Honey (4:30)
Can’t Keep Living Alone (5:17)
Holla & Shout (4:01)
Kept Woman #1 (4:36)
Holy Ground (5:30)
Beautiful, Loved & Blessed (5:17)
Redhead Stepchild (4:41)
All Eye Want Is U (3:18)
Sunday In The Park (4:28)
Beautiful, Loved & Blessed (Reprise) (1:27)

The Versace Experience II, aired 29 September 2006
Around The World In A Day (1:45)
Lolita (1:36)
Love (1:40)
Black Sweat (2:41)
Kiss (2:28)
Shhh (2:10)
Kiss (Reprise) (1:25)

2006-2007
All Along The Watchtower/Best Of You (excerpt) (1:42) – aired 29 January 2007
Guitar #1 (3:18)*
Planet Earth (5:51)*
Guitar #2 (3:45)*
Somewhere Here On Earth (5:45)*
The One You Wanna C (4:29)*
Future Baby Mama (4:47)*
Mr. Goodnight (4:26)*
All The Midnights In The World (2:21)*
Chelsea Rodgers (5:40)*
Lion Of Judah (4:10)*
Resolution (3:40)*

2007
Love (Accoustic) (3:34) – “jam of the week” at 3121.com 23 October 2007
PFUnk (7:39)* (7/11)

Bria Valente: Elixer, 2007-2008
Here I Come (4:28)* – “jam of the week” at 3121.com 12 October 2007
All This Love (4:39)*
Home (4:26)*
Something U Already Know (5:44)*
Everytime (3:50)*
2nite (5:02)*
Another Boy (3:56)*
Kept Woman #2 (4:15)*
Immersion (4:02)*
Elixer (4:00)*

2008
Turn Me Loose (3:12)*
Boom (3:19)*
The Morning After (2:06)*
4ever (3:47)*
Feel Better, Feel Good, Feel Wonderful (3:52)*
77 Beverly Park (3:04)*
$ (3:57)*
Dreamer (5:30)*
Crimson And Clover (3:51) (Tommy Janes & The Shondells) – incorporates Foxy Lady by Jimi Hendrix
The Divine #2 (mentioned in USA Today interview)
(There’ll Never Be) Another Like Me (6:01)*
Chocolate Box (6:14)*
Dance 4 Me (4:58)*
U’re Gonna C Me (4:36)*
Here (5:15)*
Valentina (3:59)*
Better With Time (4:54)*
Ol’ Skool Company (7:30)*
No More Candy 4 U (4:14)*

2009
In A Large Room With No Light (5:34)
Dance 4 Me (Radio Edit) (3:18)
Dance 4 Me (Dominatrix Remix) (4:49)
Dance 4 Me (Tribal Drum Remix) (5:15)
Dance 4 Me (Icon Remix) (7:01)*

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During my work on the Ultimate series of articles, I completely revised and updated the 1993-1996 section of this list since it was last posted.

It is not too late for you to read and comment on my Ultimate articles:

Part 1:
The Come(back) album that never happened: http://prince.org/msg/7/317254

Part 2:
No records allowed, only videos: http://prince.org/msg/7/317534

Part 3:
All that glitters ain’t Gold: http://prince.org/msg/7/318315" target="_blank"> http://prince.org/msg/7/318315

Part 4:
Slave to the system: http://prince.org/msg/5/319042

Part 5:
Chaos and disorder: http://prince.org/msg/7/319752

Part 6:
Free at last!: http://prince.org/msg/7/342786

Appendix 1:
List of unreleased Prince album configurations: http://prince.org/msg/7/319757

Appendix 2:
List of unreleased Associated Artists album configurations: http://prince.org/msg/5/319895

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Reply #7 posted 10/04/09 2:45pm

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What, no one has any corrections? eek

I'm surprised. biggrin
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Reply #10 posted 10/06/09 9:34am

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Unbelieveable research wow! Thanks.
So from what I understand from it. Prince records tracks all the time but they can somtimes only go onto cds years later? No wonder everyone is so interested in that vault! But who finds out about when and where all of it is recorded?
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Nosferatu said:

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This is great, are the mods gonna sticky this ....great work ! wink cool
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scififilmnerd said:

What, no one has any corrections? eek

I'm surprised. biggrin
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Hey Hannigan is missing.
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You are the man! By far the most knowledgeable Prince researcher here! cool
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You are the man! By far the most knowledgeable Prince researcher here! cool


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(Rosie Gaines: I Almost Lost U) – tentative placing
(Rosie Gaines: Slow Man) – tentative placing
(Rosie Gaines: Concrete Jungle) – tentative placing
(Rosie Gaines: Do What U Wanna Do) (5:41) – tentative placing
Try Me (4:46) – tentative placing
Lost In The Wilderness (3:12)
Swing Hard (2:48) – tentative placing
Crazy Mutha Funky (3:43) – tentative placing
Greatest Touch (3:12) – tentative placing
Play The Beat (3:27) – tentative placing
Jah Love (3:49) – tentative placing
We The People (1:31) – tentative placing
Poor Little Girl (6:25) – tentative placing


First let me tell u how great ur work is and thank u 4 doing it.

Now what is your source when it comes to these songs. I've been wondering ever since Rosie released them if Prince was involved in any of them but since
- 1) ASCAP doesn't credit him 4 writing none of them.
- 2) They actually don't sound like Prince played on them at all, i couldn't even identify any keyboards, programming, bass or guitar that sounded like him, let alone background voice.

Therefore i concluded he wasn't involved in any of these Rosie songs, not even as a musician or an arranger. I asked people here many times and nobody ever was able to tell me anything about it.

I'd like to know what your sources are and what u know exactly about these sessions and Prince's involvement wink

Thanks a lot.
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Reply #18 posted 10/06/09 11:12pm

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Which version of 'Lust U Always' is the 15sec snippet come from, #1 or #3?
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The Chocolate Invasion and The Slaughterhouse, late 2003
Supercute #2 (4:11)* - 5 seconds edit of #1
Sex Me? Sex Me Not #2 (5:41)*
Vavoom #2 (4:35)*
The Dance #1 (4:41)*
Silicon #2 (4:14)* - edit of #1
S&M Groove #2 (5:07)* (Previously “Sadomasochistic Groove”) – edit of #1


The list should also include "Jesus Kiss" & "Y Should I Do That...", they're different from the 2001 versions.

Another question: Do u know 4 a FACT that these tracks were reworked (recorded when it comes 2 "The Dance") in 2003 and are not just unreleased versions/material from 1998/2001? On the NPGMusicClub.com discography in 2004, Prince clearly placed these albums in 2001, BEFORE "The Rainbow Children" & "The Dance" clearly sounds much more "High Sessions" than "Musicology sessions".

As 4 the Rosie Gaines songs, i could never find anyone who actually KNEW about this, so i'd like 2 know where u got ur info from & if u don't KNOW 4 a fact that they were reworked, maybe it should b indicated "tentative placing".

Thanks 4 ur time wink
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databank said:

(Rosie Gaines: I Almost Lost U) – tentative placing
(Rosie Gaines: Slow Man) – tentative placing
(Rosie Gaines: Concrete Jungle) – tentative placing
(Rosie Gaines: Do What U Wanna Do) (5:41) – tentative placing
Try Me (4:46) – tentative placing
Lost In The Wilderness (3:12)
Swing Hard (2:48) – tentative placing
Crazy Mutha Funky (3:43) – tentative placing
Greatest Touch (3:12) – tentative placing
Play The Beat (3:27) – tentative placing
Jah Love (3:49) – tentative placing
We The People (1:31) – tentative placing
Poor Little Girl (6:25) – tentative placing


I'd like to know what your sources are and what u know exactly about these sessions and Prince's involvement wink


I only included those songs in the list because they were from a Paisley Park records project. The songs in paranthesis have no Prince input. As for the rest, I don't know, but I doubt it. I'm sorry, but that's really all I know. biggrin
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databank said:

The list should also include "Judas Kiss" & "Y Should I Do That...", they're different from the 2001 versions.


I didn't know that. I guess I haven't heard the 2001 versions, then. biggrin
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databank said:


The Chocolate Invasion and The Slaughterhouse, late 2003
Supercute #2 (4:11)* - 5 seconds edit of #1
Sex Me? Sex Me Not #2 (5:41)*
Vavoom #2 (4:35)*
The Dance #1 (4:41)*
Silicon #2 (4:14)* - edit of #1
S&M Groove #2 (5:07)* (Previously “Sadomasochistic Groove”) – edit of #1


Another question: Do u know 4 a FACT that these tracks were reworked (recorded when it comes 2 "The Dance") in 2003 and are not just unreleased versions/material from 1998/2001? On the NPGMusicClub.com discography in 2004, Prince clearly placed these albums in 2001, BEFORE "The Rainbow Children" & "The Dance" clearly sounds much more "High Sessions" than "Musicology sessions".

I could never find anyone who actually KNEW about this, so i'd like 2 know where u got ur info from & if u don't KNOW 4 a fact that they were reworked, maybe it should b indicated "tentative placing".


Well, let's just say they are tentative placings, then. I remember comparing the bootleg versions to the album versions and those are the songs I found that had differences. I placed the album versions at the year of release, as I figured they were probably made while sequencing the albums. But I don't "know". biggrin
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LondonStyle said:

This is great, are the mods gonna sticky this ....great work ! wink cool


I've never had a sticky. neutral
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Bohemian67 said:

who finds out about when and where all of it is recorded?


I think the Uptown people asked the sound engineers. biggrin
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496 views? I would have thought thousands of Prince fans were interested in this. neutral
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THE VAULT 2 HAS A NAME AND IT IS SCIFIFILMNERD...

Thanks you for your tremendious effort. Your research exactly appeals to my Prince nerdiness . VEEL DANK.
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scififilmnerd said:

496 views? I would have thought thousands of Prince fans were interested in this. neutral
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They should be. It's a sad state of affairs when what Prince is wearing to a fashion show gets more views than an educational thread like this. But sometimes I like to just chill and watch TMZ instead of CNN, too.

Don't worry though, this thread will be referred to quite often in the future.
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Reply #28 posted 10/09/09 12:35pm

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Hey, is it OK 2 mention the re-recordings of Prince back catalog (Warner Bros.) back in 1999/2000 4 future release. I know the re-recording of 'Soft and Wet' was said 2 b the last song done. I know the re-recording of material like 'Dirty Mind' was mentioned as well. Mayb a re-recorded version of 'The Cross' as 'The Christ' is sitting in the vault as well.
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sms130 said:

Hey, is it OK 2 mention the re-recordings of Prince back catalog (Warner Bros.) back in 1999/2000 4 future release. I know the re-recording of 'Soft and Wet' was said 2 b the last song done. I know the re-recording of material like 'Dirty Mind' was mentioned as well. Mayb a re-recorded version of 'The Cross' as 'The Christ' is sitting in the vault as well.


Good point. Most of the info on those (to some, so-called)re-recordings remains shrouded in mystery.
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