Prince: Live at the Aladdin Las VegasDirector: Prince, Nikka Costa, Maceo Parker, Sheila E.
Regardless of the quality of his albums, Prince has always put on superb live shows. This film captures him performing in Las Vegas, NV. The disc offers a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions on this release. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence, but fans of the artist will enjoy the show that features over a dozen numbers.
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- Original Release:
- Hip-O Records
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- [Dolby Digital]
Cast & Crew
1. Intro/Soundcheck [1:47]
2. Pop Life [3:50]
3. Money Don't Matter 2 Night/The Work [6:43]
4. Push & Pull (With Nikka Costa) [5:49]
5. 1+1+1=3 (Incl. Love Rollercoaster/Housequake) [12:17]
6. Strollin'/U Want Me [5:28]
7. Gotta Broken (Heart) Again [5:25]
8. Strange Relationship [4:03]
9. Pass the Peas [3:32]
10. Whole Lotta Love [4:58]
11. Family Name [6:12]
12. Take Me With U [2:49]
13. The Everlasting Now [5:59]
14. Sometimes It Snows in April [3:24]
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This is surprisingly wonderful. Lots of funk, jazz and Prince at his best!
When I firstheard about this new DVD I was very excited, and when I got it, Live at Las Vegas lived up to my expectations. It was phenomenal!!! The show was great and his musicians are by far the best around. With people like Eric Leeds, and guest spots from Nikka Costa and Sheila E., you would think that it couldn't get much better, but then add Prince's legendary showmanship in the mix. It is by far one of the best music DVDs that I have ever seen. I would highly recommend this DVD to any true Prince fan, as well as to anyone who likes a great live show.
This DVD has its ups and downs. As a long time Prince fan from the 'Soft and Wet' days, this performance could have been better. This was basically a highlight film with a couple of guest artists. I have seen Prince at his best and this does live up to his standards. The video and sound quality of this DVD was not up to par either. For you Prince fans out there, try 'Rave Unto The Year 2000'. It is a much better DVD than this performance. Saw Prince three times during the summer of 2004 while on his Musicology Tour. That tour was Prince at his best. Let's hope that puts together several of his performances from that tour and releases it on DVD sometime in 2005! A CD would also be very nice!
From beginning to end good better best Prince performance since last dvd. The artist just gets better and better w/age. The band just takes your breath away.