New Position - Prince And The Revolution - The Last Show Of The Parade World Tour 1986 (Vinyl, LP)



Label: Not On Label (Prince) - PR-6991/6992 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop •
New Position - Prince And The Revolution - The Last Show Of The Parade World Tour 1986 (Vinyl, LP)

Prince formed The Revolution in Minneapolis, Minnesota in as his backing band for his first concert tour. The original lineup consisted of Gayle Chapman on keyboards, André Cymone on bass, Dez Dickerson on guitar, Doctor Fink on keyboards and Bobby Z. on drums & percussion. The band went nameless for almost three years while supporting Prince live and appearing in his music videos.

 · Parade marks Prince’s first foray into artful music. With fame and confidence heightened by the success of Purple Rain and if a little rattled by Around The World In A Day, Prince spreads the Revolution’s wings for what was to be their third and final collaboration here is an admission for you, I don’t actually like Kiss and although it is the most well known track on the 4/5.

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Lado - Christopher Tracy's Parade 02 - New Position 03 - I Wonder U 04 - Under the Cherry Moon 05 - Girls & Boys - By Prince & the Revolution 06 - Life Can Be So Nice 07 - Venus de MiloLado - Mountains 09 - Do U Lie? 10 - Kiss - By Prince & the Revolution 11 - Anotherloverholenyohead 12 - Sometimes It Snows in April© NPG Records.


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