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One Nite Alone... Live!

One Nite Alone... Live!
Live album by Prince and The New Power Generation
Released December 17, 2002
Recorded 2002 (various dates)
Genre Pop, rock, funk, jazz
Length 181:21
Label NPG
Producer Prince
Prince chronology
One Nite Alone...
(2002)
One Nite Alone... Live!
(2002)
Xpectation
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
The Rolling Stone Album Guide [1]

One Nite Alone... Live! is a live album box set by Prince and The New Power Generation, containing live recordings from the intimate One Nite Alone... Tour performances. The album was released in 2002 but many of the tracks were new arrangements of songs dating from more than 20 years earlier. It was the first album since the Love Symbol Album in 1992 to be credited to Prince and The New Power Generation. Among the album's highlights are "Sometimes It Snows in April" and "Adore" at the piano, an extended "Joy in Repetition", and an energetic "When U Were Mine". Prince's backing musicians include Maceo Parker, Candy Dulfer, Greg Boyer, Renato Neto, John Blackwell, and Rhonda Smith.

Although One Nite Alone... Live! is put together in such a way as to suggest one continuous performance on each disc, and the sequence resembles live shows of this period, the songs were actually recorded singly at different times. The first two CDs contain the main act, the third CD the aftershow.[2]

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • Disc 1: Main act, part 1 1.1
    • Disc 2: Main act, part 2 1.2
    • Disc 3: One Nite Alone... The Aftershow: It Ain't Over! 1.3
  • References 2

Track listing

Disc 1: Main act, part 1

  1. "Rainbow Children" – 11:46
  2. "Muse 2 the Pharaoh" – 4:49
  3. "Xenophobia" – 12:40
  4. "Extraordinary" – 5:02
  5. "Mellow" – 4:30
  6. "1+1+1 Is 3" – 6:05
  7. "Other Side of the Pillow" – 4:46
  8. "Strange Relationship" – 4:13
  9. "When U Were Mine" – 3:47
  10. "Avalanche" – 6:04

Disc 2: Main act, part 2

  1. "Family Name" – 7:17
  2. "Take Me with U" – 2:54
  3. "Raspberry Beret" – 3:26
  4. "Everlasting Now" – 7:41
  5. "One Nite Alone..." – 1:12
  6. "Adore" – 5:33
  7. "I Wanna B Ur Lover" – 1:22
  8. "Do Me, Baby" – 1:56
  9. "Condition of the Heart (Interlude)" – 0:39
  10. "Diamonds and Pearls" – 0:41
  11. "The Beautiful Ones" – 2:10
  12. "Nothing Compares 2 U" – 3:48
  13. "Free" – 1:06
  14. "Starfish and Coffee" – 1:07
  15. "Sometimes It Snows in April" – 2:41
  16. "How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?" – 5:07
  17. "Anna Stesia" – 13:12

Disc 3: One Nite Alone... The Aftershow: It Ain't Over!

  1. "Joy in Repetition" – 10:56
  2. "We Do This" – 4:42
  3. Medley: "Just Friends (Sunny)"/"If You Want Me to Stay" – 4:26
  4. "2 Nigs United 4 West Compton" – 6:15
  5. "Alphabet Street" – 2:55
  6. "Peach [Xtended Jam]" – 11:19
  7. "Dorothy Parker" – 6:17
  8. "Girls & Boys" – 6:59
  9. "Everlasting Now (Vamp)" – 1:49

References

  1. ^ "Prince: Album Guide".  
  2. ^ "One Nite Alone... The Aftershow: It Ain't Over". Prince Vault. 24 April. Retrieved 16 September 2011. 
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