Originally conceived as a double album with a significant amount of creative input from the band (at least compared to previous Prince releases), the album was scrapped after Prince broke up The Revolution in 1986. Prince then turned his attention to a solo concept album Camille, which was also scrapped and combined with the Dream Factory material to create the unreleased triple album Crystal Ball. Warner Bros Records then asked Prince to whittle the 3LP down, and the result was the double album Sign o' The Times, which many consider to be Prince’s masterpiece. At this point in time, Dream Factory was a single-disc album that included: Visions, Dream Factory, It’s a Wonderful Day, The Ballad of Dorothy Parker, Big Tall Wall, And That Says What? Strange Relationship, Teacher, Teacher, Starfish and Coffee, A Place in Heaven and Sexual Suicide.
What follows includes each and every studio and live albums by Prince, including video albums, albums released under monikers or as another artist's album, and collaborative albums. What should and shouldn't be included in such a list is the subject of endless debates among fans, so I've followed my own set of rules as explained below. The only thing we can say for sure is that Prince has released 39 studio albums in audio format under his own name (+ another one in video format with The Undertaker). Prince And The Revolution - Double Live (1985) . (rec. March 1985).
Originally conceived as a double album, Parade has the sprawling feel of a double record, even if it clocks in around 45 minutes
Prince Live The Best. Morris Day and The Time Backstage. Here is a short story on as a bandleader, by Lisa. 630. 292. Happy Valentines Day to all of you ❤️. 254.
34 years ago today, Prince released his first single with the Revolution as his backing band and provided a generation with an instant retort to any traumatizing moment in their lives: So this is what it sounds like when doves cr. Written and produced by Prince himself, When Doves Cry was effectively penned at the behest of Albert Magnoli, director of Purple Rain, who was looking for a song to serve as the soundtrack for a particular scene. Lyrically, however, Prince biographer Per Nilsen has said that the song was inspired by Susan Moonsie, a member of Vanity 6, and Prince’s relationship with her. Whatever its origins, one thing’s for certain: it was the last tune to be written and composed for the Purple Rain soundtrack. Also confirmed: the video for the song is awesome.
Prince simultaneously held the spots film, single, and album in the US. He won the Academy Award for Best Original Song Score for Purple Rain", and the album ranks at 72 in the top 100 of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list; the album is also listed in The All-TIME 100 Albums of TIME Magazine. Revolution -recorded Power Fantastic and a live recording of Nothing Compares 2 U with Rosie Gaines. Two new songs, Pink Cashmere and Peach, were chosen as promotional singles to accompany the compilation album. 1993 also marked the year in which Prince changed his stage name, which is a combination of the symbols for male (♂) and female (♀). Because the symbol was and is unpronounceable, he was often referred to as "Symbol", "The Artist Formerly Known as Prince", or simply "The Artist".
Prince and The Revolution - 17 Days live - YouTube. Prince and the Revolution LIVE! (1985) - Backdrops - The. 1920 x 1080 jpeg 308kB. Prince and the Revolution LIVE! (1985) - Watch Viooz. 1920 x 1080 jpeg 78kB. Prince and the Revolution LIVE! (1985) Vidimovie. Prince and the Revolution - Pop Life (Live) (HD) - YouTube. 1280 x 720 jpeg 127kB.
|VHS1-1||Let's Go Crazy|
|VHS1-4||Little Red Corvette|
|VHS1-5||Take Me With U|
|VHS1-6||Do Me, Baby|
|VHS1-9||How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore|
|VHS1-10||Let's Pretend We're Married|
|VHS2-3||The Beautiful Ones|
|VHS2-4||When Doves Cry|
|VHS2-5||I Would Die 4 U|
|VHS2-6||Baby I'm A Star|
|VHS2-7||Purple Rain (18 Min. Extended Version)|
|5-38102, 38102-5||Prince And The Revolution||Live! (Beta)||Paisley Park, Warner Music Video||5-38102, 38102-5||US||1985|
|none||Prince And The Revolution||1984-85 World Tour - Live Carrier Dome, Syracuse, 30 March 1985 (CD, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Prince And The Revolution)||none||Europe||Unknown|
|GDR 9124||Prince And The Revolution||Flesh For Fantasy (2xCD, Unofficial)||Great Dane Records||GDR 9124||Italy||1991|
|082732-3||Prince And The Revolution||Live (VHS, PAL)||Polygram Video||082732-3||Spain||1985|
|082732-3||Prince And The Revolution||Live! (VHS, Album, RE, PAL)||Polygram Video, Salvat||082732-3||Spain||Unknown|