- The Beautiful Ones – review
The Beautiful Ones, the completed pages of Prince’s memoir, is such an vital and unique release. Of all the releases which followed in the three-and-a-half years since his death, this is the only one Prince himself would have released.3 months ago | Newsroom
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Having struck a deal with Sony’s Legacy Recordings in 2018, Prince’s post-Warner era catalogue albums are to be remastered and re-released over the coming years. This programme is envisaged to also include the unreleased songs recorded since he left the Warner label in 1993. Read more about this here. Prince’s Paisley Park vault is believed to contain 100 albums worth of unreleased material.
It is known that the final shows of the Piano & A Microphone tour were recorded and that it was Prince’s wish to release them as a live album. Being that these were his final ever shows a commercial release of these is anticipated at some future point.
Read about these and other new Prince releases on our dedicated page.
Who was Prince? Read about his music, contractual strife’s and career in Goldie’s very own three part Prince biography, including that infamous spat with Warner Brothers, his surprise 2004 commercial comeback, and subsequent success.
Ever wondered what songs were played on which tour? See every Prince tour, complete with venues and dates in the Databank.
Step back in time through the complete Prince discography with trivia and full track listings and every commercially released album, single and audio download.
The discography includes an official websites section detailing every audio download ever released by Prince, most notably from his pioneering NPG Music Club, we list every official download from all his websites.
Ever wondered what songs were played on which tour and where Prince performed? See every Prince tour with our complete tour timeline with all the venues and dates played for every Prince tour. From his first to his very last, every date is included.
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