martes, 28 de junio de 2016

2013-2010 O(+> PRINCE released Virtual Singles



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01.) "THAT GIRL THANG" acoustic 18 February 2013 - 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
02.) "AIN'T GONNA MISS U WHEN U'RE GONE" ft Ledisi. 12 June 2013 released on 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
03.) "LET'S GO CRAZY RELOADED" 31 March 2013 Rehearsal streamed on Madison Dubé Vimeo and 3rdEyeGirl Twitter.
04.) "EXTRALOVEABLE RELOADED" 19 June 2013 released on 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
05.) "LIVE OUT LOUD" 22 February 2013 - 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
06.) "DAKOTA" January, 2013. Jazz Club & Restaurant. 1010 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55403.
07.) "BOYFRIEND" 15 February 2013 - 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
08.) "SCREWDRIDER REMIX" 5 February 2013 Re-recording released for download on 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
09.) "ROCKNROLL LOVEAFFAIR REMIX7" DUBBED 5 February 2013 available to download on the 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
10.) "STRATUS" cover Billy Cobham 2 February 2013 streamed on 3rd Eye Girl YouTube channel.
11.) "CHAPTER & VERSE" 20 January 2013 - 3rd Eye Girl stream.
12.) "SAME PAGE DIFFERENT BOOK" 6 January 2013 - 3rd Eye Girl stream.
13.) "MUTINY" ft Ice Cream Castles 2012 Rehearsal streamed on drfunkenberry.com website.
14.) "HOT SUMMER" 7 June 2010 - Unreleased song premiered on Minnesota public radio station on Prince's 52nd birthday.


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01.) "THAT GIRL THANG" 18 February 2013 - 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
That Girl Thang, an acoustic track, was first available for download from Prince's 3rdEyeGirl.com website on 18 February 2013, within hours of the track's recording.

It is unknown if this song is also planned for inclusion on an album or any other project.

Blogger Dr. Funkenberry, reported in an online video chat that the song was written and recorded about six hours before its release; since the song was available in the early morning of 18 February 2013, this places the recording on the evening of 17 February 2013, most likely at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA.

The track appears to have been recorded in a single take with no overdubs, however, and Prince can be heard to turn off the recording machine at the end of the track, so the track could have been recorded on a mobile device from another location.



02.) "AIN'T GONNA MISS U WHEN U'RE GONE" ft Ledisi. 12 June 2013 released on 3rdEyeGirl.com.
Ain't Gonna Miss U When U're Gone is the eighth track to have been released on 3rdEyeGirl.com, on 12 June 2013, and is credited to "Prince featuring Ledisi," though Ledisi appears only on background vocals.

The song was recorded in late 2012 or early 2013, most likely at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA. The studio version of the track was played by DJ Rashida prior to Prince's show on 17 January 2013 (show 1), Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

It is unknown if this song is intended for any particular project. The horn arrangement is by Prince and Michael B. Nelson.



03.) "LET'S GO CRAZY RELOADED" 31 March 2013 Rehearsal streamed on Madison Dubé Vimeo account and promoted by 3rdEyeGirl Twitter account.
Let's Go Crazy is the first track on Prince's sixth album Purple Rain, the first album to be credited to Prince and the Revolution. One month after the album's release, Let's Go Crazy was released as the album's second single, becoming his second US number one single (following When Doves Cry). The track is also featured in the movie Purple Rain.

In 1993, the track was included as the eighth track on Prince's first compilation album The Hits 1 (also included as the first disc of The Hits / The B-Sides).

In 2001, the track was included as the fifth track on the compilation album The Very Best Of Prince.

In 2006, the Special Dance Mix version of the track was included as the first track on the second disc of the compilation album Ultimate.

On 31 March 2013 a slowed down, 6:37 studio rehearsal of Let's Go Crazy was streamed on Madison Dubé Vimeo account and promoted by 3rdEyeGirl Twitter account.

Before a studio recording was made, Prince and the Revolution recorded the song live on 3 August 1983 at First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN, USA (at the same concert where I Would Die 4 U, Baby I'm A Star and Purple Rain were also recorded).

In October 1983, a studio version was recorded at the St. Louis Park Warehouse in St. Louis Park, MN, USA, which would be edited down for the album (the full version was released on the 12" version of the single), during the same sessions that produced an unreleased studio version of Computer Blue.

The full-length version (later retitled Special Dance Mix) was included as the first track on the 7 November 1983 and 23 March 1984 configurations of the album, but this was edited down for the final 14 April 1984 configuration to make room for the inclusion of Take Me With U. The Special Dance Mix was included as the seventh track on the first disc of an early configuration of the compilation album Ultimate before the album was reworked for release.



04.) "EXTRALOVEABLE RELOADED" 19 June 2013 released on 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
Extraloveable was first released on the stand-alone digital single Extraloveable in 2011, to promote the Welcome 2 Canada Tour beginning two days later. While the recording was new, the track itself was 29 years old.

The original track was recorded on 3 April 1982 at Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA, USA (two days after re-recording Wouldn't You Love To Love Me? and two days before 3 x 2 = 6). The song was considered for inclusion on Vanity 6, but it is not known if a version with vocals by Vanity 6 was recorded. It is possible that the track was worked on further in 1983, as some of the lyrics could be interpreted as referring to Dez Dickerson's departure from the band and Wendy Melvoin's arrival.

In 1988, engineer Chuck Zwicky pulled the track out from the vault and remixed it, telling Prince it should be released. During Prince: A Celebration in June 2000, computer screens at Paisley Park Studios offered names of a selection of tracks which users could vote on for inclusion on Crystal Ball Volume II, and while the track (now known as Xtralovable) was chosen by fans, the project was ultimately abandoned. It is not known whether this version was the same as an earlier version, or an alternate recording.

On 4 March 2011, the website drfunkenberry.com reported that Prince was "about to unleash" a "25 minute live version" of Extraloveable (written as Extra Loveable), but nothing is currently known about this version (Extraloveable had at that point never been played live, so this may be a live in-studio recording), or how it was planned for release. The version eventually released was a studio version, likely recorded later in 2011, featuring a rap by Andy Allo (who first started performing with Prince in May 2011); the track was likely recorded at Paisley Park Studios, although this is unconfirmed.

Prince stated in a radio interview with Toronto radio station 104.5 CHUM FM (also released as a podcast) that he had three versions of Extraloveable, and that they would all eventually be released; he also stated in the interview, however, that the released version was the 1982 recording with some minor tweaks, while it in fact appears to be an entirely new recording.

On 19 June 2013, a new version, titled Extraloveable Reloaded, with the rap omitted and horns added, was released on 3rdEyeGirl.com.

In December 2015 this version appeared as sixth track on the album Hitnrun Phase Two as Xtraloveable.



05.) "LIVE OUT LOUD" 22 February 2013 - 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
Live Out Loud was first available for download from Prince's 3rdEyeGirl.com website on 22 February 2013.

Earlier in the day it was streamed on 3rd Eye Girl YouTube channel and as an audio-only track on Minnesota public radio station The Current's website, after the track was sent to two fans (Jester Jenkins and JAK3vision) the previous evening for them to premiere on their respective YouTube channels.

Jester Jenkins, who published a download link of the track in the comments to his video, instead of simply streaming it, was asked to remove it, and publicized instead that the track would be available shortly on 3rdEyeGirl.com.

The track's lead vocals are performed by Hannah Ford, Donna Grantis and Ida Nielsen. The song's lyrics were written by Liv Warfield and the music was written by Prince, who also appears on background vocals. It is assumed that Prince also produced the track, but this has not been confirmed.

While specific recording dates are not known, the track is believed to have been recorded in late 2012 or early 2013 at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA.

The 3rd Eye Girl social media channels showed a still image of a promotional video for the track on 30 January 2013, and it is likely a video was recorded for the track the same day or shortly before.

On 17 January 2013 a 0:52 commercial for the song was posted on 3rd Eye Girl Twitter account, billing the track and its video as "COMING IN FEBRUARY...".

It is unknown if this song is intended for any particular project, and nothing else is known about the track.



06.) Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant. 1010 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55403.
7 Prince performances. 16-19 January, 2013



07.) "BOYFRIEND" 15 February 2013 - 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
Boyfriend was first available for download from Prince's 3rdEyeGirl.com website on 15 February 2013; the track was initially only available briefly, before being taken down. it returned an hour later, now as Boyfriend Demo.

Blogger Dr. Funkenberry, tweeted that a longer version would be available in the future, but this has not been confirmed and could simply be speculation, although the "demo" addendum to the title suggests the existence of another version. He later reported in an online video chat that three versions of the song exist, of which the release version was the second.

It is unknown if this song is also planned for inclusion on an album or any other project.

While specific recording dates are not known, initial tracking is believed to have taken place in late 2012 at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA.



08.) "SCREWDRIDER REMIX" 5 February 2013 Re-recording released for download on 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
Screwdriver is the ninth track on Prince's 39th studio album Hitnrun Phase Two. The track was first released almost three years earlier, however, on the stand-alone single Screwdriver. It was premiered two weeks earlier as an audio stream on Minnesota public radio station 89.3 The Current's website, and as a lyric video stream on Prince's official website 20pr1nc3.com. At the time of initial release it was unclear if this song was intended to be included on an album. It was later assumed to be part of Prince and 3rdEyeGirl's Plectrumelectrum project, as the song was used as the introduction to the 3rdEyeGirl band, but it was later revealed that the studio version of the track was recorded prior to Hannah Ford and Donna Grantis joining Prince's band.

The first public mention of the song was on 17 December 2012, when a 0:30 video rehearsal clip of the song was streamed on drummer Hannah Ford's Facebook page with the message: A Taste of Rehearsal. Interestingly the drummer on the studio version of the song is John Blackwell, rather than Ford.
The video included new guitarist Donna Grantis, and ended with a text screen stating: "2 C the rest of Donna's audition holla at ya girl! We've got bootlegs 4 daazzzzzze every good thing in the vault... Coming 2013".

As with Hannah Ford, however, Donna Grantis did not appear on the original studio version of the song. A 29-second clip of the studio version of the song followed the same day on YouTube, with an image showing lyrics from the song, again with the text "Coming 2013", but this was removed within a few hours of its posting.

On 16 January 2013, a 1:11 audio video rehearsal clip of the song was streamed on 3rd Eye Girl YouTube channel with the message: Prince just played for the new/screw at Fox 9.

On 5 February 2013, a 6:44 remix of the song was made available for download on 3rdEyeGirl.com website.

On 8 February 2013, a 1:08 commercial for a live version of the song to be released on February 10, 2013 was streamed on 3rd Eye Girl YouTube channel. The same video was also streamed on Prince's new website prince2013.com.

On 10 February 2013, just after presenting Record Of The Year to Gotye at 55th Grammy Awards, a 9:08 live video of the song was released simultaneously on prince2013.com and 3rdeyegirl.com.

The track is assumed to have been recorded in late 2012 at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA. The track was re-recorded in later 2012 or early 2013 with the newly-formed 3rdEyeGirl band; this version was released in early February 2013 as Screwdriver (Remix), although it is in fact a complete re-recording.



09.) "ROCKNROLL LOVEAFFAIR REMIX7" DUBBED 5 February 2013 available to download on the 3rdEyeGirl.com website.
Rocknroll Loveaffair is the second track on Prince's 39th studio album Hitnrun Phase Two. Over three years earlier, however, the track (as Rock And Roll Love Affair) was released on the stand-alone single Rock And Roll Love Affair. It was premiered on several Clear Channel Communications radio stations and iHeartRadio.com two months earlier, on 17 September 2012, initially as RNR Affair.

On 6 January 2013 a 5:42 remix of the song was streamed on 3rd Eye Girl YouTube channel. The same remix dubbed "Remix7" was made available to download on the 3rdEyeGirl.com website on 5 February 2013.

The song includes repeated synth motifs combining parts of the main hook from The Jimi Hendrix Experience's 3rd Stone From The Sun (a.k.a. Third Stone From The Sun, written by Jimi Hendrix, from the 1967 album Are You Experienced), and Prince's own Take Me With U. These does not seem to be a direct reference to those songs, however.

The lyrics make mention of When Stars Collide, the title of a track by Andy Allo from her album Superconductor, and it can be interpreted that the song's lyrics refer to a relationship between Prince and Andy Allo.

While specific recording dates are not known, it is assumed to have been recorded in December 2011, or January 2012, at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA. Horn overdubs took place in late January 2012.



10.) "STRATUS" 2 February 2013 streamed on 3rd Eye Girl YouTube channel.
Stratus is a live cover version of the track by Billy Cobham, which first appeared on his 1973 album Spectrum (written by Billy Cobham).

A live version from 22 October 2010, MCH MultiArena / Jyske Bank Boxen, Herning, Denmark was streamed on Drfunkenberry.com beginning 2 November 2010 to promote the upcoming Welcome 2 America Tour.

Prince has performed the song regularly since 2007, usually in smaller venues, and often uses it to highlight solos by each band member. No studio version by Prince is believed to exist.

On 16 July 2011 a 2:33 live performance of the song from 15 Jul. 2011, Arena Santa Giuliana (Main Stage), Perugia, Italy was streamed on Andy Allo Facebook page.

On 2 February 2013 a 4:58 live performance of the song from 16 January 2013 (show 1) Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant, Minneapolis (MN), USA was streamed on 3rd Eye Girl YouTube channel.

On 3 April 2013 a 4:37 audio video instrumental rehearsal medley of Boom followed by Stratus (titled as BOOMSTRATUS) was streamed on Madison Dubé's Vimeo account, with revolving photographs of the 3rdEyeGirl band as background images behind the track.



11.) "CHAPTER & VERSE" 20 January 2013 - 3rd Eye Girl stream.
Chapter & Verse was streamed as a live performance on 3rd Eye Girl YouTube channel on 20 January 2013 (taken from the show on 17 January 2013 (show 2), Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant, Minneapolis, MN, USA). It is not certain if the track is meant to be a stand-alone stream or if a version of the track will be part of a future project.

Blogger Dr. Funkenberry, who often reports official information about Prince-related items, has stated that Chapter & Verse "was a one off, created on the spot... never before rehearsed". It is assumed, therefore, that no studio recording was made prior to its performance.



12.) "SAME PAGE DIFFERENT BOOK" 6 January 2013 - 3rd Eye Girl stream.
Same Page Different Book was streamed as audio only over a static video on 3rd Eye Girl YouTube channel on 6 January 2013, but the track dates from at least two years earlier.

While specific recording dates are not known, it is assumed to have been recorded in either 2010 or 2011 at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA. The track was planned for inclusion on the Welcome 2 America album which was tentatively planned for release in 2011. The album remains unreleased.



13.) "MUTINY" 2012 Rehearsal streamed on drfunkenberry.com website.
Mutiny is the second track on The Family's first and only album The Family. The song was written by Prince, but credited to Jerome Benton. In 2001, a live performance medley by Prince of Controversy and Mutiny was released as part of NPG Music Club Edition # 2.

While specific recording dates are not known, initial tracking took place in late June 1984 at the Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse, Eden Prairie, MN, USA (during the same set of sessions that produced High Fashion, River Run Dry, Mazarati (later renamed Susannah's Pajamas), and Desire). St. Paul Peterson overdubbed vocals onto the track in late 1984 - early 1985.

On 23 April 2012, a 9:54 rehearsal version of Mutiny containing an interpolation of Ice Cream Castles by Prince and the New Power Generation and likely recorded around mid-April 2012 was streamed on drfunkenberry.com to promote the forthcoming Welcome 2 Australia Tour. The track was sent to Paul Peterson prior to its online stream, and fDeluxe (as The Family became known) responded the following week by streaming Hot Summer At Menard's (a spoof commercial for Menards, a mid-west homegoods store, using Prince's Hot Summer as background music) on drfunkenberry.com.



14.) "HOT SUMMER" 7 June 2010 - 89.3 The Current online stream.
Hot Summer is an unreleased song, which was premiered on Minnesota public radio station 89.3 The Current's website on 7 June 2010, Prince's 52nd birthday.

While specific recording dates are not known, it is assumed to have been recorded in Spring 2010 at Paisley Park Studios, Chanhassen, MN, USA. At some point this song was slated for release on a Welcome 2 America album that remains unreleased.



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