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MPLS – Michael Dean and Brotha Sayid

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Tired of waiting for Jesse Johnson, Prince or Morris Day to bless us with that good shit, Michael Dean and Brotha Sayid made they own. We are just students of the game. Fans of 80's Minnesota funk will appreciate this one. 

The Prince Podcast – 1982 The 1st Dynasty

pp1010In 1982 Prince released 3 albums that would signal the start of his rise to super stardom, Vanity 6, The Time's What Time Is It, and the double album 1999. Discussion about Nasty Girl, 7779311 and 1999 heating up the charts, and a tour where the opening act was starting to upstage the headliner. Also we talk about our favorite  non-Prince concert experiences, Prince coming to Arsenio Hall and Prince "sacking" his bass player.

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Michael Dean: @Mdean
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The Prince Podcast – What If You Never Heard Unreleased Music?


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In light of  the recent lawsuit and bootleg drama, we ask the question; What If You Never Heard Any Unreleased Prince Music? Would you still be a hardcore fan?

After the recording of this episode Prince said the following regarding unreleased music; "Nobody sues their fans", before adding: "I have some bootlegs of Lianne [La Havas] but I wouldn't sell them. But fans sharing music with each other, that's cool."

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The Prince Podcast – Lawsuit

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This week the guys get together to discuss Princes recent $20 million dollar lawsuit Dabang319 and 21 other facebook users.

Spin.com has the details:

According to the 21-page complaint filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco (viaAntiquiet), the defendants "engage in massive infringement and bootlegging of Prince's material." The lawsuit targets Dan Chodera, Karina Jindrova, and 20 anonymous defendants. Chodera and Jindrova allegedly operated a no-longer-online Facebook account that posted a bunch of bootleg Prince videos. The other defendants — "Does" 1 through 20 — are accused of similar infractions, such as pointing to a 1983 Chicago set from WorldofBootleg.blogspot.com.

 

 

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The Prince Podcast – First Avenue, Minneapolis March 21st 1987 – Commentary

On this episode of the Prince Podcast we do a fan commentary of the classic Sign O The Time Preview concert  "4 Those Of U On Valium".  This landmark show was the 1st public performance of the Sign O The Times band.  Recorded at First Avenue, Minneapolis March 21st 1987. Prince had the show professional shot. The video was never released to the public and may never see a official release. Over the years fans have acquired this concert and it remains one of the best video testaments of  the Sign O The Times show.  So if you have a copy of this, sit back and listen to the fellas discuss this classic performance.

Bonus talk:1:17:05

Most of times after the podcast recording we get into lengthy discussions about Prince that normally ends up on the cutting room floor.  Michael Dean after a few to many glasses on wine, gives his opinion on Prince and his influences.

 

We do not condone the selling of bootlegs, nor do we offer unreleased copy-written materials.  Your on your own!

The Prince Podcast – Sign “☮” the Times Review Part 3

Here it is, part 3 of our look at Prince's epic album, Sign "☮" the Times album. We are joined by Big Ken, Sean Hill, Big SexyNSac, Deydropping, Antpooh and Arthur Turnball. We discuss what could have been; The Dream Factory, Camile and Crystal Ball albums. The Sign O The Times Movie and was the US market not ready for a Sign O The Times tour?

We apologize about the audio. There was about 20mins of  'goodtalk' that was lost. We hope the added funk can ease the pain. 🙂

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The Prince Podcast – Sign “☮” the Times Review Part 2

Join us for a 3 part look at Prince's landmark album Sign "☮" the Times.  Part two we examine side 3 and side 4 (vinyl style).

Special guest: Arthur Turnbull from The Music Snobs Podcast.

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The Prince Podcast – Sign “☮” the Times Review Part 1

sign1Join us for a 3 part look at Prince's landmark album Sign "☮" the Times.  Part one we examine side 1 and side 2 (vinyl style). This is one podcast not to miss!

Originally Published Dec. 2013
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The Prince Podcast – Choices

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Impromptu show where we take a look at some of Princes career choices over the years. Should Prince have participated in the We Are The World recording, duet with Michael Jackson, and bring the Sign O' The Times tour to America?

Prince Podcast – Who was Ratchet 1st?

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With all this talk about Mylie Cyrus and how she is so over the top. We look back at Prince when he had the nickname 'Rude Boy'.  During the 80's Prince was the poster boy for explicit lyrics. Prince created Vanity 6 and in the 90's introduced some could say, the 1st stripper rapper to the world; Carmen Electra.

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Also we talk about Who Stole the Soul, or did Black producers give it away. (Yes we go there)

Janelle Monae - Super talented, but is she over the heads of the masses.

What album today is a cross genre hit?

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The Prince Podcast – Prince in the 90’s

In this weeks episode of  The Prince Podcast we are joined by Arthur and Jehan of The Music Snobs Podcast. We tackle the huge topic of Prince in the 90's. With over 15 albums, a name change, Hip-Hop and the infamous battle with Warner Bros, the 90's for Prince was a roller-coaster.  This is one of our longest shows ever. Over 3 hours of hardcore Prince discussion!

Prince Podcast – The Purpleprint

In this episode we review Breakfast Can Wait and more new songs by Prince.  Are  the albums Dirty Mind, Controversy, 1999 and Purple Rain the quintessential albums of Prince's career? Michael Dean argues that everything always falls back to the legacy of those albums. We also ask the question, (and try to answer) who is Prince's core audience?  Fans of his concerts or fans of his albums?

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