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Prince: Live At The Aladdin, Las Vegas [DVD] 
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- 1. Pop Life (1985, Around the World in a Day)
- 2. Money Dont Matter 2 Night (1992, Diamonds and Pearls)
- 3. The Work (2002, The Rainbow Children)
- 4. Push & Pull (with Nikki Costa)
- 5. 1+1+1=3 (2002, The Rainbow Children)
- 6. Rollercoaster
- 7. Housequake (1987, Sign o the Times)
- 8. Strollin (1992, Diamonds and Pearls)
- 9. U Want Me
- 10. Gotta Broken Heart Again (1980, Dirty Mind)
- 11. Strange Relationship (1987, Sign o the Times)
- 12. Pass the Peas (featuring Maceo Parker)
- 13. Whole Lotta Love
- 14. Family Name (2002, The Rainbow Children)
- 15. Take Me With U (1984, Purple Rain)
- 16. The Everlasting Now (2002, The Rainbow Children)
- 17. Latin instrumental
- 18. Sometimes it Snows in April (1986, Parade)
- 19. Bonus track: The Ryde (encore), 1994
Prince's galvanising performance Live at the Aladdin demonstrates that he really is one of the great talents of the last quarter-century, a fact easily obscured by the sheer volume and varying quality of his recorded output, not to mention his weird behaviour. The guy has always had a preternatural ability to channel R&B and rock legends such as Sly Stone, Jimi Hendrix and James Brown (compare this performance's amazing "Money Don't Matter 2 Night/The Work"); now he's added more sophisticated flavours to the mix as well, ranging from George Benson to Steely Dan and Weather Report, and all without sacrificing his own voice. Add to that covers of the Ohio Players' "Love Rollercoaster" and Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" (really), all played by Prince and his smokin', skin-tight band, and what you get is one of the best shows of 2002, or any other year. It's extraordinary. --Sam Graham
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Times change, and with Prince-Live at the Aladdin, we have a band well worn in from 2002's One Nite Alone tour, and a really strong live band to boot. There's no playing against computers here, instead a very loose jazzy feel throughout which really shows off the group's musicianship. Prince's guitar solos deliver and hit the spot (even threatening the original on Led Zep's "Whole Lotta Love"), and the material is varied and involving enough not to need the regurgitation of his staple hits (no Kiss or When Doves Cry here).
The bad points are unfortunately really clear - unlike the DVD ! Even on a small TV, the quality of the image is grainy and the camerawork often jerky and confusing. This does irritate considerably after a while, and occasionally you feel as if you're watching a bootleg !
Finally, the One Nite Alone concerts often approached 3 hours, while here we get 1 hr 20 mins - all quality material, and a good flowing setlist - but not quite enough of it. It's especially a shame, as this could well prove to be Prince at his musical best ever performing with a band who are for the first time all equally accomplished, and who all get a chance to shine.
Therefore, whinges about the images and length aside, it's well worth checking this out for the musicianship alone, and if it wasn't for those gripes this could easily get 5 stars. A missed opportunity to provide an excellent record of a great tour...
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"
• Rhonda Smith: Bass and vocals
• Renato Neto: Keys and more keys
• John Blackwell: Drums
• Maceo Parker: Alto saxophone
• Eric Leeds: Tenor saxophone
• Greg Boyer: Trombone
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I and my son are a fan of Prince. This Concert is great because captures the Power and Energy of Prince's Music. Perfect sound and image. Thank you. AbilioPublished 2 months ago by Abilio Santos
If you find yourself struggling to get into The Rainbow Children, by Prince, then I recommend buying this DVD. Read morePublished 8 months ago by FreakFlag
He's AWESOME! Can't say that I haven't seen Prince live!!Published 10 months ago by Quintessential Afro Chick