|1||Kiss = Beso|
Arranged By – David Z.
|2||Anotherloverholenyohead = Otrohuecomorosoentumente||3:58|
|3||Life Can Be So Nice = La Vida Puede Ser Tan Bonita||3:12|
|4||Venus De Milo = Venus De Nilo||1:54|
|5||Mountains = Montañas||3:58|
|6||Sometimes It Snows In April = A Veces Nieva En Abril||6:50|
|7||Girls & Boys = Muchachas Y Muchachos||5:30|
|8||Christopher Tracy's Parade = El Desfile De Christopher|
Composed By – John L. Nelson, Prince
|9||New Position = Posicion Nueva||2:21|
|10||Under The Cherry Moon = Bajo La Luna Cereza|
Composed By – John L. Nelson, Prince
|11||Do U Lie? = ¡Mientes?||2:43|
|12||I Wonder U = Me Maravillas||1:40|
|9 25395-1, 1-25395||Prince And The Revolution||Parade (LP, Album, SRC)||Paisley Park, Paisley Park||9 25395-1, 1-25395||US||1986|
|92 5395-1||Prince And The Revolution||Parade (LP, Album)||Paisley Park, Paisley Park||92 5395-1||Italy||1986|
|9 25395-2||Prince And The Revolution||Parade (Music From The Motion Picture Under The Cherry Moon) (CD, Album, RE)||Paisley Park||9 25395-2||US||Unknown|
|925 395-1, WX 39||Prince And The Revolution||Parade (LP, Album, RP, Gat)||Paisley Park, Paisley Park||925 395-1, WX 39||UK & Europe||1986|
|610.7069, 36.211||Prince And The Revolution||Parade (LP, Album, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||610.7069, 36.211||Brazil||1986|
- Producer, Written By, Arranged By, Performer – Prince
"Music from the motion picture 'Under The Cherry Moon'"
© ℗ 1986 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Made in Mexico
- Manufactured By – Producciones WEA, S.A. de C.V.
- Distributed By – Producciones WEA, S.A. de C.V.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
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. Parade eschews the guitar and rock elements of Prince's 1984 album Purple Rain in favor of the psychedelic pop style he explored on Around the World in a Day 1985. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Prince And The Revolution. Prince And The Revolution Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, Performer. Coke Johnson Recorded By. David Leonard Recorded By. Prince: Parade - Album Review 1986. Parade is the soundtrack for Prince's second movie, Under the Cherry Moon It has a lot of unforgettable tracks on : Music from the Motion Picture Under the Cherry Moon is a 1986 album by. Prince & The Revolution LIVE - Parade Tour Rehearsal - Soundboard Audio - The Warehouse, MN - 22nd July 1986 Stunning rehearsal, amazing soundboard quality. Parade - Prince and the Revolution. 1 July at 13:00 . Parade is Princes eighth studio album, the fourth and final to feature his backing band The Revolution in addition to being the soundtrack album to the 1986 film Under the Cherry Moon. It was released on March 31st, 1986 by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros. This album marked further diversification by Prince, with additional orchestrations and a more european feel. He moved away from the rock elements featured on his universally acclaimed 1984 album Purple Rain, continuing the neo-psychedelic path he started on his previous 1985 studio album Around the World in a Day, which in. Listen free to Prince & The Revolution Parade. Prince formed The Revolution in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1979 as his. The first album on which The Revolution performed was the 1982 Prince releasListen free to Prince & The Revolution Parade. 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 first album on which The Revolution performed was the 1982 Prince releas read more. The rest of the album featured fresh turns of minimalist funk. Prince isn't known for his subtlety, but Parade proves perhaps he should be. With Kiss as its lead single, Parade reeled in listeners. Sometime in April, 1985, as Prince was waiting for Around the World in a Day to show up in stores, he walked into a studio, sat down at the drum kit, and began the sessions for his next album by recording the drum parts for its first four songs, consecutively, in a single take. Prince & the Revolution shift musical moods and textures from song to song - witness how the fluttering psychedelia of Christopher Tracy's Parade gives way to the spare, jazzy funk of New Position, which morphs into the druggy I Wonder U - and they're determined not to play it safe, even on the hard funk of Girls and Boys and. Mountains, as well as the stunning Kiss, which hits hard with just a dry guitar, keyboard, drum machine, and layered vocals. All of the group's musical adventures, even the cabar. Prince , The Revolution. CD, Album Paisley Park W2-25395. Songs in album Parade 1986. Prince Revolution - Christopher Tracy's Parade. Prince Revolution - New Position. Prince Revolution - I Wonder U. Prince Revolution - Under The Cherry Moon. Prince Revolution - Girls & Boys. Prince Revolution - Life Can Be So Nice. Prince Revolution - Venus De Milo. Album: Parade. From Prince Vault. Jump to: navigation, search. 1985: Around The World In A Day . It was released worldwide in March 1986, and, as the subtitle suggests, is a companion piece to Prince's second movie, Under The Cherry Moon although the movie was released three months after the album. Sessions and compiling