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Live at the Aladdin Las Vegas

Live at the Aladdin Las Vegas
Directed by Sanaa Hamri
Produced by NPG Music Club
Written by Prince
Starring

Prince
Rhonda Smith
John Blackwell
Renato Neto
Greg Boyer
Eric Leeds
Nikka Costa
Maceo Parker

Sheila E.
Music by Prince
Distributed by Hip-O Records
August 19, 2003
80 min.
Language English

Live at the Aladdin Las Vegas is a 2003 direct to video film of Prince in concert at the Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts. The concert was recorded December 12, 2002, and features several notable cover versions, an unreleased song and touches on some of his rarely performed back catalog of material. Special guests included former band associates, Eric Leeds and Sheila E., funk legends Maceo Parker and Greg Boyer, as well as Nikka Costa. The soundcheck contains an excerpt of "The Rainbow Children" from the album of the same name and "Nagoya" from C-Note.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Band 2
  • Special guests 3
  • External links 4

Track listing

  1. Intro / Soundcheck
  2. "Pop Life"
  3. "Money Don't Matter 2 Night" / "The Work"
  4. "Push and Pull" (with Nikka Costa)
  5. "1+1+1=3" (incl. "Love Rollercoaster" / "Housequake")
  6. "Strollin'" / "U Want Me" (previously unreleased)
  7. "Gotta Broken Heart Again"
  8. "Strange Relationship"
  9. "Pass the Peas"
  10. "Whole Lotta Love"
  11. "Family Name"
  12. "Take Me with U"
  13. "The Everlasting Now"
  14. "Sometimes It Snows In April"

bonus clip: "The Ride"

Band

Special guests

External links

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