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Prince

Tramps (New York, NY)

Sep 26, 1998

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  1. 1 Instrumental Jam (Incomplete) 10:27
  2. 2 Jam (Flashlight) 10:17
  3. 3 Days Of Wild / Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again) / You Can Make It If You Try 14:08
  4. 4 The Jam (with band intros) 08:35
  5. 5 Doug E Fresh Intro and Jam containing: Also Sprach Zarathustra / Heaven Must Be Like This / Eric B For President / The Show / La Di Da Di / Bustin' Loose / Asswhuppin In A Trunk 19:07
  6. 6 La Di Da Di (reprise) 02:27
  7. 7 Interlude / Higher Love 05:09
  8. 8 Sweet Thing 06:02
  9. 9 Stage Banter 02:44
  10. 10 Baby, I Love You 04:31
  11. 11 You Got the Love 05:46
  12. 12 Outro 00:50
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Liner Notes

Prince - guitar, vocals
Marva King: vocals
Mike Scott - guitar
Candy Dulfer- saxophone
Morris Hayes: keyboards
KIrk Johnson- drums

Guests:
Larry Graham - bass, vocals
Jerry Martini - saxophone
Doug E. Fresh - vocals
Chaka Kahn - vocals
Bobby Watson - bass
Michael Campbell - guitar

Following a triumphant performance at New York City's Madison Square Garden, Prince and his New Power Soul Festival band and friends party into the wee hours at Tramps before an intimate club audience. Iconic funk bassist Larry Graham and saxophonist Jerry Martini are also on board (both ex-Sly & The Family Stone), and Chaka Kahn and rapper Doug E Fresh, as well as several other musicians also join in on the fun. The set can loosely be divided into three sequences. The first half hour focuses on hot funky jamming, followed by Doug E Fresh and Marva King vocalizing during an extended spontaneous medley and concludes with a soulful retro vibe featuring Chaka Kahn.

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Prince - guitar, vocals
Marva King: vocals
Mike Scott - guitar
Candy Dulfer- saxophone
Morris Hayes: keyboards
KIrk Johnson- drums

Guests:
Larry Graham - bass, vocals
Jerry Martini - saxophone
Doug E. Fresh - vocals
Chaka Kahn - vocals
Bobby Watson - bass
Michael Campbell - guitar

Following a triumphant performance at New York City's Madison Square Garden, Prince and his New Power Soul Festival band and friends party into the wee hours at Tramps before an intimate club audience. Iconic funk bassist Larry Graham and saxophonist Jerry Martini are also on board (both ex-Sly & The Family Stone), and Chaka Kahn and rapper Doug E Fresh, as well as several other musicians also join in on the fun. The set can loosely be divided into three sequences. The first half hour focuses on hot funky jamming, followed by Doug E Fresh and Marva King vocalizing during an extended spontaneous medley and concludes with a soulful retro vibe featuring Chaka Kahn.