Wednesday, October 26, 2016

NEW: Prince "Testament volume 4: 1993-2000" - 1CD-ROM - almost 11 hours of outtakes

Volume 4: 1993 To 2000
1993 - 2000

Total time: 10 hours, 55 minutes, 40 seconds



1993
This period includes work for several projects, including Glam Slam Ulysses, the Come and The Gold Experience albums, The Undertaker, the second unreleased Madhouse 24 album, and Mayte's Child Of The Sun album.
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Total time: 3 hours, 48 minutes, 42 seconds
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7 (Final Vocal Version) (4:52) Unreleased remix. This is from an unreleased in-house cassette of remixes of "7," none of which were released. unreleased cassette
Come [#1] (4:38) This is the original studio version of the song, recorded from the audience before the April 16, 1993 concert in Los Angeles.
Dolphin [#1] (6:30) Alternate version. From the Glam Slam Ulysses project that was performed at Glam Slam Los Angeles. Features an instrumental intro.
Dark (6:25) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. Longer than the released version.
Loose! [#1] (3:23) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. More rock oriented than the released version.
Space [#1] (5:28) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. Sparser mix and longer than the released version.
Race [#1] (4:02) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. Very different instrumentation from the released version.
Come [#2] (4:30) Alternate version from Glam Slam Ulysses. Different lyrics and music from the first version. This song was split into three different pieces, this is the combination of all three.
Come [#3] (3:16) Alternate version. This is essentially an edit of version #2.
Poem (3:37) This was the original opening track on the Come album before Prince changed it. This song was cut up and used as segues between the tracks on the album, and the remainder became the track "Orgasm." This was actually released on a very rare German promotional CD single. Come album and singles prototype artwork
Endorphinmachine (3:45) Alternate version. This version was first used in Glam Slam Ulysses, then planned for inclusion on the Come album before Prince reworked the song and released it on The Gold Experience.
Pheromone (Video LP) [#1] (3:57) Alternate version. This is an instrumental version of the song that Prince gave to the BET show Video LP for use as their theme music.
Pheromone (Edit) [#2] (3:06) Alternate version. An edit of the above track.
Zannalee (2:50) Alternate version. Much rawer than the version later released on Chaos And Disorder.
The Ride (10:54) Alternate version. This and the next six tracks are all from the unreleased album The Undertaker. This live performance was recorded at Paisley Park on June 14, 1993, and was released on home video in 1995. A CD of the recording was made, but the release was cancelled. These are the original recordings from the CD, some of which differ from the video release. unreleased CD
Poorgoo (4:26) Alternate version. Different beginning.
Honky Tonk Women (2:59) Same as the version in The Undertaker film.
Bambi (4:03) Same as the version in The Undertaker film.
Zannalee (Prelude) (0:47) Same as the version in The Undertaker film.
The Undertaker (9:43) Same as the version in The Undertaker film.
Dolphin [#2] (3:41) Alternate version. This is the original recording from the live session, the version in The Undertaker film is the studio cut.
Calhoun Square (4:30) Alternate version. Has some different instrumentation.
17 (5:22) Same as the version released on the 1-800-NEW-FUNK album. Was originally titled "Carnac." This and the next nine tracks were recorded in the summer of 1993, intended for a new Madhouse 24 album which was never released. two unreleased album covers
Rootie Kazootie (7:05) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Space [#2] (4:47) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Guitar Segue (1:05) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Asswoop (7:09) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album. Was originally titled "Edward," and is also known as "Asswhuppin' In A Trunk."
Ethereal (0:32) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Parlor Games (4:02) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
Michael B. (0:40) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
(Got 2) Give It Up (7:18) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album. A cover of Marvin Gaye's "Got To Give It Up" featuring Nona Gaye on vocals.
Sonny T. (1:44) Unreleased. From the Madhouse 24 album.
7 Intro [#1] (3:23) Unreleased. This instrumental usually preceded "7" during concerts, and is sometimes called "Egyptian Instrumental." No studio recording is known to exist. This version is from the September 3, 1993 concert in Luneburg, Germany.
If I Could Get Your Attention (2:47) Mayte's unreleased cover version of a Prince song released by Taja Sevelle on her self-titled album in 1987.
Love's No Fun [#1] (3:41) Alternate version. Mayte's cover of a Prince song originally released by Elisa Fiorillo. More demo-like than the Child Of The Sun album version.
Latino Barbie Doll (4:49) Unreleased. This is Mayte's version of a song Prince originally intended for Sheila E.
Children Of The Sun (4:22) Alternate version. Has a rawer, less busy mix than the released one.
In Your Gracious Name (5:00) Alternate version. Slightly different mix.
The Rhythm Of Your Heart (5:37) Alternate version. Features a rap by Prince that isn't in the released version.
Ain't No Place Like U [#1] (4:33) Alternate version. Different beginning and some musical differences throughout.
House Of Brick (Brick House) (4:27) Alternate version. Has a different beginning, and is longer than the released version.
Love's No Fun [#2] (3:52) Alternate version. More elaborate than the stripped down released version.
Baby Don't Care (5:41) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
However Much U Want [#1] (4:43) Alternate version. Slightly longer and different intro.
Mo' Better (4:54) Alternate version. Slightly different mix.
However Much U Want [#2] (3:33) Alternate version. This comes from a Mayte CD single that was pressed up, but never released. unreleased CD single
If I Love U 2night [#4] (3:25) Alternate version. Mayte lip-synched to this version of the song during a European TV appearance promoting her album.
Ain't No Place Like U [#2] (4:00) This is Jevetta Steele's unreleased version of the song released my Mayte.
Billy Jack Bitch [#1] (7:08) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
A 1,000 Hugs And Kisses (4:23) Unreleased. Lead vocals by Nona Gaye. Originally recorded with Rosie Gaines lead vocals.
Snow Man (4:17) Unreleased. Lead vocals by Nona Gaye.
The Call (3:01) This song plays over the closing credits of the 3 Chains O' Gold home video.

1994
This period includes more work on the the Come and The Gold Experience albums, the NPG's Exodus, and other miscellaneous projects.
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Total time: 3 hours, 58 minutes, 49 seconds
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The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (10:25) Alternate version. An unreleased remix that combines the various mixes of the song into one version.
Days Of Wild [#1] (3:50) Alternate version. The edited unreleased studio version of the song.
Days Of Wild [#2] (6:07) Alternate version. The full length unreleased studio version of the song.
Come [#4] (3:17) Alternate version from The Beautiful Experience TV film. Very different mix.
Race [#2] (5:04) Alternate version from The Beautiful Experience TV film. Longer than the released version.
Loose! [#2] (3:27) Alternate version from The Beautiful Experience TV film. Features a vocal part (a scream) not in the released version.
Race (A Cappella) (3:33) This is from the remix portion of the The Artist Formerly Known As Prince Interactive CD-ROM.
Race (Instrumental) (3:31) This is from the remix portion of the The Artist Formerly Known As Prince Interactive CD-ROM.
Loose! (Instrumental) (0:47) This instrumental version is from the closing credits of the The Artist Formerly Known As Prince Interactive CD-ROM.
Come [#5] (5:29) Alternate version. This is a longer version of the mix from The Beautiful Experience TV film.
Glam Slam Boogie (9:48) Unreleased. This song was performed live at various shows throughout 1994-95, and is partly based on John Lee Hooker's "I'm In The Mood." No studio version is known to exist, this recording is from the May 4, 1994 show in Monte Carlo.
Love Sign (Ted's Get 'Em Up Mix) (6:30) Unreleased remix. This and the following five mixes were probably intended for an unreleased maxi-single.
Love Sign (Ted's Funky Chariot Mix) (6:57) Unreleased remix.
Love Sign (Mack Attack Message Mix) (4:35) Unreleased remix.
Love Sign (Ted's Double Trouble Mix) (6:57) Unreleased remix.
Love Sign (Ted's Love Sign Radio Mix) (6:21) Unreleased remix.
Love Sign (Shock's Silky Smooth Int's) (4:23) Unreleased remix.
P Control (6:34) Alternate version. Less elaborate mix than the released version. An audience recording of the studio version aired during the July 25, 1994 Glam Slam Minneapolis concert.
Get Wild [#1] (5:36) Alternate version. Raw version with Prince lead vocals. The sound quality is poor.
Get Wild [#2] (4:29) Alternate version. This and the next twelve tracks were intended for an early version of the NPG's Exodus album. Exodus album and singles prototype artwork
Slave 2 The System [#1] (0:59) Unreleased. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Acknowledge Me (5:15) Alternate version. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Super Hero (2:44) Alternate version. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Outa-Space (4:32) Unreleased cover version of a song by Billy Preston. This segues from the previous song.
Sonny (0:50) Unreleased segue.
New Power Soul [#1] (3:57) Alternate version. Has some differences near the end.
Mad (5:25) Alternate version. Originally intended for the Exodus album. Sonny T. on lead vocals.
Love...Thy Will Be Done [#3] (4:38) Alternate version. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Funky (4:13) Unreleased cover version of a song by the Chambers Brothers. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Proud Mary (4:08) Unreleased cover version of a song by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Sonny T. lead vocals.
The Exodus Has Begun (10:35) Alternate version. Doesn't have some of the sound effects of the released version.
Funky Design (4:24) Alternate version. Originally intended for the Exodus album. Sonny T. on lead vocals.
It Takes 3 (4:01) Unreleased. Recorded during the Exodus sessions. Sonny T. lead vocals.
Sonny Turns The TV Off (0:48) Alternate version. Longer than the track released as simply "Segue." This track was also known as "Count" at one point.
New Power Soul [#2] (5:38) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
DJ Seduces Sonny (0:45) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
Rain (0:16) Same as the released version. Released simply as "Segue."
Hallucination Rain (11:05) Alternate version. Much longer than the released version.
Spooky Soup (0:11) Unreleased. This segue was originally going to follow "Hallucination Rain."
NPG Outro (0:11) Unreleased. Possibly the original ending of the Exodus album.
Free The Music (3:24) Alternate version. Longer than the released version. This comes from a rare tape that was handed out at Paisley Park in 1995 titled The Good Life Exodus Sampler Experience. rare promo cassette
Get Wild [#3] (5:36) Alternate version. This recording is from the promo video of the song, which is slightly different from the other versions.
Somebody's Somebody [#1] (4:27) Alternate version. Derrick Hughes lead vocals on the song that would later be released on Emancipation.
Somebody's Somebody [#2] (4:31) Alternate version. Different beginning. This is from the unreleased full length Sampler Experience cassette.
(Lemme See That Body) Get Loose! (3:44) Alternate version. Several differences from the track released as "Get Loose" on Crystal Ball. Was also known as "Loose Dub" at one point. From the unreleased Sampler Experience cassette.
18 & Over (6:39) Alternate version. Longer than the released version.
Empty Room [#2] (3:18) Unreleased. Recorded from the unreleased video of the song. clips from unreleased video
On Your Own (5:05) Unreleased. Ashley Davis lead vocals with Prince backing and production.
Alphabet St. (Remix) (6:00) Unreleased remix by Kirk Johnson. Features some new Prince vocals in parts.
Pop Life (Remix) (4:49) Unreleased remix by Kirk Johnson. Part of this was used in "Kirk J's B-Sides Remix."
Head (Remix) (3:58) Unreleased remix by Kirk Johnson. Part of this was used in "Kirk J's B-Sides Remix."
When Doves Cry (Remix) (5:03) Unreleased remix by Kirk Johnson. Part of this was used in the "Purple Medley."

1995
Much of this period was spent working on material for the Emancipation album.
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Total time: 1 hour, 36 minutes, 27 seconds
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The Sampler Experience Segues (1:02) Unreleased. These are all the segues from the Sampler Experience cassette handed out at the March 1995 European concerts. rare promo cassette
Volkswagen Blues (3:52) Unreleased. The recording of this song is from the June 17, 1995 show at Paisley Park, and was probably improvised on the spot.
Right Back Here In My Arms (6:16) Alternate version. This longer version was played on Brother Jules' KMOJ radio show on November 16, 1995.
P Control (Club Mix Edit) (3:03) Alternate version. Edit of the slightly different version later released on Crystal Ball. This and the next five tracks are from a tape titled The Versace Experience (Prelude 2 Gold) that was only handed out at a Versace fashion show in Paris in July 1995. rare promo cassette
Eye Hate U (Remix) (3:32) Alternate version. Remix combining the "Quiet Night Mix" and the "Extended Remix."
Billy Jack Bitch [#2] (2:31) Alternate version. This is an edited remix.
Chatounette Controle (2:24) Unreleased remix of "P Control" with some French lyrics.
P Control (Control Tempo Edit) (1:23) Unreleased remix. Was later used in the unreleased "House Mix."
The Versace Experience Segue (0:49) Unreleased segue which precedes "Gold."
Slave 2 The System [#2] (3:05) Unreleased. From the Emancipation sessions. Originally recorded by the NPG during the Exodus sessions.
Slave (5:09) Alternate version. Slightly longer version without the pounding drum effects.
2020 (2:05) Unreleased. From the Emancipation sessions.
Feel Good (4:06) Unreleased. From the Emancipation sessions.
Journey 2 The Center Of Your Heart (4:15) Prince's unreleased version of the song released on Chaka Khan's 1998 album, Come 2 My House.
Eye Am The DJ (4:47) Unreleased. From the Emancipation sessions.
Emancipation (4:30) Alternate version. Much rawer than the released version.
Livin' 2 Die (3:35) Unreleased. From Prince's collaboration with Sandra St. Victor. This has been confused with a different unreleased song simply titled "Die."
Eye'll Never B Another Fool (3:11) Prince's version of the song he gave Chaka Khan for her Come 2 My House album. From his collaboration with Sandra St. Victor.
Soul Sanctuary (4:33) Alternate version. Rawer than the version on Emancipation. From his collaboration with Sandra St. Victor.
Van Gogh (5:00) Alternate version. Prince's version of the song he originally gave to the band Van Gogh for their 1998 album. Prince's version was released through the NPG Music Club in 2001, but this is very different musically. From his collaboration with Sandra St. Victor.
Stone (3:02) Unreleased. From his collaboration with Sandra St. Victor.
Starfish And Coffee (3:19) Alternate version. A new version recorded with the NPG in the fall of 1995.
Rock N' Roll Is Alive (And It Lives In Minneapolis) [#1] (4:29) Alternate version. Missing some of the crowd backing vocals.
Rock N' Roll Is Alive (And It Lives In Minneapolis) [#2] (4:40) Alternate version. This is known as the "Tony Fly Mix" and is a remix Prince made including a local DJ's comments when the track was first played on the air.
P Control (House Mix) (5:47) Alternate version. This and the next track are from a sample cassette handed out at the VH1's Fashion And Music Awards on December 3, 1995. Prince lip-synched to this version during the show. rare promo cassette
P Control (Club Mix) (6:02) Alternate version. This was slightly revised and released on Crystal Ball as simply "P Control."

1996
More work was done on Emancipation during this time. Unfortunately little unreleased material circulates from this period.
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Total time: 11 minutes, 34 seconds
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7 Intro [#2] (3:44) Unreleased. Prince revamped this song from the original 1993 version for some live shows in 1995 and 1996. This version is from the January 9, 1996 concert in Tokyo, Japan.
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (Mustang Mix '96) (4:25) Alternate version. A CD single of this was planned, but never released. unreleased CD single
Sarah (2:52) Alternate version. Much rawer than the released one.
Bear Tracks (0:18) Unreleased. From Prince's appearance on Muppets Tonight.
Raspberry Sorbet (0:15) Unreleased. From Prince's appearance on Muppets Tonight.

1997
This period was mostly spent working on the NPG's Newpower Soul album, and NPG Records releases by Larry Graham and Chaka Khan.
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Total time: 36 minutes, 10 seconds
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Bryant Gumbel Tribute (0:50) Unreleased. Prince performed this tribute to Bryant Gumbel on his last day on the Today Show, January 3, 1997.
(Eye Like) Funky Music (5:36) Alternate version. Longer than the released one. An audience recording of the studio version of the song.
Jam Of The Year (Remix) [#1] (5:41) Unreleased. This song evolved into "Push It Up." An audience recording of the studio version of the song.
Jam Of The Year (Remix) [#2] (0:46) Unreleased. This sample was posted on Love4OneAnother.com.
Sadomasochistic Groove (0:36) Alternate version. This sample posted on Love4OneAnother.com is different from the version released through the NPG Music Club in 2001.
Funk Radio (0:24) Unreleased. This sample was posted on Love4OneAnother.com.
Jam Of The Year Tour Intro (2:45) Unreleased. This recording was played before concerts on the Jam of the Year tour.
Come On (7:17) Alternate version. Longer than the released one. An audience recording of the studio version of the song.
Jump And Shout (6:22) Unreleased. This song was written by Larry Graham and intended for the GCS2000 album. An audience recording of the studio version of the song.
Playtime (5:53) Unreleased. This song was written by Prince, but no studio version is circulating. This recording features Marva King on lead vocals, and is from the December 31, 1997 aftershow in Houston, Texas.

1998
More work was done on Newpower Soul during this time. Unfortunately little unreleased material circulates from this period.
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Total time: 17 minutes, 25 seconds
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U're Still The One (3:12) Unreleased. This is Prince and Marva King's cover of Shania Twain's "You're Still The One." This was posted on Love4OneAnother.com.
Beautiful Strange (4:55) Alternate version. This version is from the Beautiful Strange home video, and is rawer than the one later released on Rave In2 The Joy Fantastic.
The One Intro (1:48) Unreleased. This instrumental often preceded "The One" during concerts. This version is from the August 21, 1998 show in Paris.
The Go-Go's (7:30) Unreleased. This was played on the 1998 European tour, and the title is tentative. It includes part of "Also Sprach Zarathustra." This version is from the August 26, 1998 aftershow in London.

1999-2000
This period mostly involved work on Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic and the unreleased High album. Unfortunately little unreleased material circulates from this period.
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Total time: 26 minutes, 33 seconds
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One Song (8:54) Unreleased. This was posted on Love4OneAnother.com.
New Funk Sampling Series (3:17) Unreleased. This "commercial" was posted on NPGOnlineLtd.com.
Cybersingle (2:43) Unreleased. An sample of this song was posted at NPGOnlineLtd.com in May 2000, and this full version was posted in July 2000.
Good Life (2:43) Unreleased. This is not the same as the NPG's "The Good Life." This portion of the song is from the July 15, 2000 show at Paisley Park, and was posted on NPGOnlineLtd.com.
Paradigm (6:48) Unreleased. This collaboration between George Clinton and Prince was recorded in 1999 and sold on CD-R at a few European Clinton shows in 2001.
Thank U Just The Same (0:42) Unreleased. This is the audio portion of a videotaped "thank you" message Prince recorded for the 2000 Yahoo! Internet Life Awards.
Hit N Run Tour Intro (1:42) Unreleased. This recording preceeded Prince's concerts during the 2000 Hit N Run tour.

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