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Thread started 08/18/17 4:33pm

williamb610

August 3, 1983 Prince & the Revolution

Man...

I'm hooked. I love this so far. I'd rather have it on my own computer or on CD. So, I'm going to stop watching it and hope that the Estate releases it sooner, rather than later.

Let's Go Crazy sounds good, as it sounds, it was the basic foundation for the album version but it doesn't have the electrifying guitar as the 1984 studio version; his solo is more muddy and in the lower notes. When You Were Mine sounds cool in his deep range voice; it just sort of ends, too, no fadeout, which is cool.

Computer Blue is interesting. I would like to have this in my personal collection. I'm cutting off the video now.

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Reply #1 posted 08/18/17 6:20pm

dave1dmarx

williamb610 said:

Man...

I'm hooked. I love this so far. I'd rather have it on my own computer or on CD. So, I'm going to stop watching it and hope that the Estate releases it sooner, rather than later.

Let's Go Crazy sounds good, as it sounds, it was the basic foundation for the album version but it doesn't have the electrifying guitar as the 1984 studio version; his solo is more muddy and in the lower notes. When You Were Mine sounds cool in his deep range voice; it just sort of ends, too, no fadeout, which is cool.

Computer Blue is interesting. I would like to have this in my personal collection. I'm cutting off the video now.

So why not then use one of the myriad of free online conversion sites that are out there and convert that video to whatever format your heart desires? biggrin

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Reply #2 posted 08/18/17 7:26pm

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Prince & the Revolution @ 8.3.1983 Dance Benefit Concert

1. Let's Go Crazy
2. When You Were Mine
3. A Case Of You(Joni Mitchell cover)
4. Computer Blue
5. Delirious
6. Electric Intercourse
7. Automatic
8. I Would Die 4 U
9. Baby I'm A Star
10. Little Red Corvette
11. Purple Rain
12. D.M.S.R

Taken at First Avenue & 7th St Entry

Image may contain: 1 person, playing a musical instrument and night

What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
Tell me, what's the matter with your world
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Reply #3 posted 08/18/17 7:27pm

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williamb610 said:

Man...

I'm hooked. I love this so far. I'd rather have it on my own computer or on CD. So, I'm going to stop watching it and hope that the Estate releases it sooner, rather than later.

Let's Go Crazy sounds good, as it sounds, it was the basic foundation for the album version but it doesn't have the electrifying guitar as the 1984 studio version; his solo is more muddy and in the lower notes. When You Were Mine sounds cool in his deep range voice; it just sort of ends, too, no fadeout, which is cool.

Computer Blue is interesting. I would like to have this in my personal collection. I'm cutting off the video now.

I'm with U 100% the ESTATE should have released this on on August3rd this year on a dual DVD/CD

What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
Did he put your million dollar check
In someone else's box?
Tell me, what's the matter with your world
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Reply #4 posted 08/18/17 9:00pm

williamb610

dave1dmarx said:

williamb610 said:

Man...

I'm hooked. I love this so far. I'd rather have it on my own computer or on CD. So, I'm going to stop watching it and hope that the Estate releases it sooner, rather than later.

Let's Go Crazy sounds good, as it sounds, it was the basic foundation for the album version but it doesn't have the electrifying guitar as the 1984 studio version; his solo is more muddy and in the lower notes. When You Were Mine sounds cool in his deep range voice; it just sort of ends, too, no fadeout, which is cool.

Computer Blue is interesting. I would like to have this in my personal collection. I'm cutting off the video now.

So why not then use one of the myriad of free online conversion sites that are out there and convert that video to whatever format your heart desires? biggrin

I'm trying to be a "good guy" and get it the legal way, although I may have to cop to more OPPORTUNISTIC/CRIMINAL means...like...SATAN! Cue the Church Lady!

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Reply #5 posted 08/19/17 10:28am

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The version of When You Were Mine during this show is my all time favorite version of that song. I love how raw it sounds, and I like the lyric change "I´ll kick his ass baby, you know I ain´t too yella."

Love the guitar work and the passion.

And of course that version of Electric Intercourse and A Case of You.

Great concert.

" I´d rather be a stank ass hoe because I´m not stupid. Oh my goodness! I got more drugs! I´m always funny dude...I´m hilarious! Are we gonna smoke?"




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