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Prince 14h
Saxophonist , who appeared on Prince's 2001 album The Rainbow Children and performed on the One Nite Alone... Tour, shared his memories on the official podcast "Up All Nite with Prince." Listen to both episodes here:
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Prince Jun 29
Join us today for a special "Sound-Off" livestream tour of Paisley Park at 12pm PST/2pm CST. Guided by Prince’s legacy preservationist Mitch Maguire, the Sound-Off offers an inside look at Prince’s lifestyle and creative process.
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Prince Jun 26
Replying to @PaisleyPark
On Monday, June 29, at 12 p.m. PT, tune into a special "Sound-Off" livestream tour of .
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Prince Jun 26
Prince's full catalog is now available on . Follow the official Prince TikTok account for archival footage of Prince performances, interviews, video excerpts, and a curated playlist of Prince's essential hits.
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Prince Jun 25
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By the end of that period of transformation, Prince emerged with one of his most urgent and wide-ranging releases to date—an epochal double album that would be hailed as a creative, critical, and commercial triumph.
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Prince Jun 25
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Primarily recorded between the end of 1985 and beginning of 1987, the era saw the dissolution of his band The Revolution, the end of his engagement to Susannah Melvoin, and the creation (and ultimate abandonment) of the albums Dream Factory, Camille, and Crystal Ball.
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Prince Jun 25
More than any other release in his four-decade-long recording career, Prince's iconic double album Sign O' The Times captured the artist in a period of complete reinvention.
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Prince Jun 25
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Each set is accompanied by one of six special collectors picture cards, and is housed in a 7” box that is hand-numbered (of a total run of 1,987 units). Only 1,987 units Order the SOTT 7" collector singles box now via the official Prince Store.
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Prince Jun 25
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All seven 7” singles are presented on peach vinyl in picture sleeves, of which three are newly designed using exclusive photography from @jeffkatzphotography.
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Prince Jun 25
Replying to @warnerrecords
Containing remastered audio for all four official 7” singles released in 1987, as well as the two official promo singles, the set contains a brand-new 7” comprising two versions of the previously unreleased track “Witness 4 The Prosecution.”
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Prince Jun 25
As a companion collector piece to , fans have the opportunity to order a numbered 7” singles boxed set, strictly limited to 1,987 units, and manufactured by in Detroit.
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Prince Jun 25
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Pre-order the remastered, Deluxe and Super Deluxe reissues of here:
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Prince Jun 25
The Super Deluxe features a 120-page hardcover book containing handwritten lyrics, unseen images by , and liner notes by (in conversation w/ ), , Susan Rogers, Daphne A. Brooks, & .
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Prince Jun 25
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In addition to the newly remastered album, the Super Deluxe Edition of features over 60 previously unreleased audio tracks and two complete concert recordings, including Prince’s only on-stage collaboration with Miles Davis.
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Prince Jun 25
This September 25, The Prince Estate, in partnership with , will reissue Prince’s epochal double album Sign O’ The Times via all physical, digital and streaming partners.
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Prince Jun 23
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Hear more from Scottie on the official podcast "Up All Nite with Prince."
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Prince Jun 23
Prince's longtime live engineer was such a key part of the One Nite Alone... Tour that Prince asked him to write the liner notes for his One Nite Alone... Live! box set.
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Prince Jun 19
"Now's the time 2 find a rhyme That's got a reason and frees the mind From angry thoughts, the racist kind If we all want a change then come on get in line" -Prince, "We March"
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Prince Jun 16
In the new podcast "Up All Nite with Prince," the GRAMMY and Oscar-winning rapper talks about visiting for Celebration in 2001 and meeting with Prince. Listen to the first episode, "The Atrium," for more of Common's memories:
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Prince Jun 15
“His whole career was about getting rid of the middle men.” On the new podcast “Up All Nite with Prince,” Prince’s longtime web designer Sam Jennings talks about helping to create the pioneering NPG Music Club. Listen to the podcast here:
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