|Performer:||Prince And The Revolution|
|Style:||Rhythm & Blues, Pop Rock, Funk|
|Category:||Rock / Funk, Soul / Pop|
|Other format:||TTA MP2 ADX WMA AIFF MP3 DMF|
|1-1||Around The World In A Day||2:06|
|1-2||Christopher Tracy's Parade||2:59|
|1-4||I Wonder U||3:14|
|1-7||It's Gonna Be A Beautiful Night||0:47|
|1-9||A Love Bizarre
Featuring [With] – Sheila E*
|1-10||Do Me, Baby||5:56|
|1-11||How Much Is That Doggy In The Window?||0:38|
|1-14||When Doves Cry||5:12|
|1-15||Little Red Corvette||1:00|
|1-16||Do U Lie?||0:58|
|1-18||Condition Of The Heart||1:46|
|1-19||Under The Cherry Moon||3:11|
|2-1||Love Or Money||4:37|
|2-4||Girls & Boys||3:47|
|2-5||Life Can Be So Nice||3:36|
|2-9||Sometimes It Snows In April||4:13|
|PIY-6991, PIY-6992||Prince And The Revolution||Septembre (2xCD, Unofficial)||Paisley Park , Paisley Park||PIY-6991, PIY-6992||Germany||1991|
Parade is the eighth studio album by American recording artist Prince, and the fourth and final album to feature The Revolution as his backing band. It also was the soundtrack album to the 1986 film Under the Cherry Moon, directed by and starring Prince. It was released on March 31, 1986 by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros.
With The Revolution over, the collaborative Dream Factory was shelved and Prince went back to his roots-being the sole maestro. Prince promptly began work on a concept album called Camille, in which a vocally-manipulated Prince would perform as the character Camille.
The Revolution was originally the live backing band for Prince in the early years of his career. The band is noted for its diverse range of musicians, which wasn’t very common in the 1980s and inspired by what Sly Stone did with The Family Stone.
Listen to music from Prince & The Revolution like Purple Rain, Kiss & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Prince & The Revolution. Prince formed The Revolution in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1979 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.
Although Prince's songwriting is at a peak, the presence of the Revolution pulls the music into sharper focus, giving it a tougher, more aggressive edge. And, with the guidance of Wendy and Lisa, Prince pushed heavily into psychedelia, adding swirling strings to the dreamy "Take Me With U" and the hard rock of "Baby I'm a Star. Even with all of his new, but uncompromising, forays into pop, Prince hasn't abandoned funk, and the robotic jam of "Computer Blue" and the menacing grind of "Darling Nikki" are among his finest songs.
The Revolution is an American rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota and assembled in 1983 by Prince. Although widely associated with rock music, the band's sound incorporated rhythm and blues, pop, funk, and psychedelia elements. Before their official break-up, the Revolution had released two studio albums, two soundtracks, and two videos. The band is known for its many members, varied in race and gender.