Prince - The Work - Volume 4 mp3 album
For You is the debut studio album by American recording artist Prince. It was released by Warner Bros. Records on April 7, 1978. Prince started recording in September 1977 at Sound 80 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he had previously made a demo. Friend and producer David Rivkin (later known as David Z) provided advice and engineering assistance.
Prince's albums discography consists of thirty-nine studio albums (including four soundtrack albums), four live albums, nine compilation albums (including one soundtrack album), seventeen video albums and two posthumous albums. See Prince singles discography for his singles and extended plays, and Prince videography for his music videos and video albums
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You can get here The Work, Volume 3 (disc 3) Album Lyrics, Tracklist, Videos, Cover Picture and More. Prince The Very Best of Prince. Prince The Hits/The B-Sides (disc 1). Prince The 2nd nite alone in Chicago.
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The Work Part 1. From Prince Vault. The Word < < <. The album version also includes a segue prior to the beginning of the following track, Everywhere. The Part 1 in the title is likely an homage to songs by artists like James Brown, whose tracks were often split into segments for single releases, rather than an indication of other parts to the song. There was a report in early 2001, however, before any public mention of The Work Part 1, of Prince introducing a new song at Paisley Park Studios and calling it The Work Part 2 (this report may have been in error, however). Recording Information.
Playing tracks by. Prince. This show was 33rd in the global rock chart, 59th in the global r&b chart, 71st in the global pop chart, 83rd in the global jazz chart and 88th in the global funk chart. playlist please! beautiful work again Steve. John Hartmann 2y ago. Keep them coming.
A 15-track album featuring 14 previously unreleased recordings that illuminate the vital role Prince played in other artists’ careers, Originals includes Prince's foundational recordings of hit songs like "Manic Monday," "The Glamorous Life," "Jungle Love," and more. Prince led the way, for artistic freedom, for ownership.
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|1-1||–Prince And The New Power Generation||The Flow|
|1-2||–Prince And The New Power Generation||Something Funky (This House Comes)|
|1-3||–Prince And The New Power Generation||Daddy Pop|
|1-4||–Prince And The New Power Generation||Horny Pony|
|1-5||–Prince And The New Power Generation||School Yard|
|1-6||–Prince And The New Power Generation||Willing And Able|
|1-7||–Prince And The New Power Generation||Walk Don't Walk|
|1-8||–Prince And The New Power Generation||Live 4 Love|
|1-12||–Prince||Love...Thy Will Be Done|
|1-13||–Prince||Don't Say U Love Me|
|2-2||–Prince||Glam Slam '91|
|2-3||–Prince||Letter 4 Miles|
|2-9||–The New Power Generation||2Gether|
|2-11||–Carmen Electra||Power From Above|
|2-12||–Carmen Electra||Carmen On Top|
|2-13||–Carmen Electra||Go Carmen Go|
|2-15||–Carmen Electra||All That|
|2-16||–Carmen Electra||The Juice|
|2-17||–Carmen Electra||Mo' Funky|
|2-18||–Carmen Electra||Fantasia Erotica|
|3-1||–Prince||The Rest Of My Life|
|3-3||–Prince||I'll Do Anything|
|3-5||–Prince||Be My Mirror|
|3-6||–Prince||Don't Talk 2 Strangers|
|3-8||–Prince||I Can't Love U Anymore|
|3-9||–Prince||Poor Little Bastard|
|3-11||–Prince||Hey Louie Louie|
|3-12||–Prince And The New Power Generation||The Lost 'Love Symbol' Segues|
|3-13||–Prince And The New Power Generation||The Continental (Remix)|
|3-14||–Prince And The New Power Generation||Sexy MF (Remix)|
|3-15||–Prince And The New Power Generation||The Max (Remix)|
|3-18||–Prince||Hit U In The Socket
Featuring, Vocals – Rosie Gaines
|3-20||–Prince||I Hear Your Voice|
|3-21||–Prince||Ain't No Place Like U
Featuring, Vocals – Jevetta Steele
|4-1||–Prince||Work That Fat|
|4-3||–Minneapolis||MPLS (12" Remix)|
|4-5||–The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince)||Endorphinmachine|
|4-7||–Minneapolis||The Ryde Dyvine|
|4-9||–Prince||18 & Over|
|4-16||–Madhouse||(Got 2) Give It Up|
|4-17||–Madhouse||Sonny & Miles Segue|
NotesCompilation of "Demos and Outtakes 1991-1994"
4-4 is listed as 'Poem' ('Poem' is not a title as such, it's a description)