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Graffiti Bridge is the twelfth studio album by American recording artist Prince and is the soundtrack album to the 1990 film of the same name
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Graffiti Bridge is the twelfth studio album by American recording artist Prince and is the soundtrack album to the 1990 film of the same name. It was released on August 21, 1990 by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros. The album was much better received in sales than the film. It reached number 6 in the United States and was his third consecutive chart-topper (following Lovesexy and Batman) on the UK Albums Chart
Graffiti Bridge is the twelfth studio album by American recording artist Prince and is the soundtrack album to the 1990 film of the same name. It reached number 6 in the United States and was his third consecutive chart-topper (following Lovesexy and Batman) on the UK Albums Chart. Nearly every song on the record was written by Prince despite the handful of artists performing, including Tevin Campbell, Mavis Staples and The Time.
Graffiti Bridge is the twelfth full-length studio album by Prince, and the companion album to his second dramatic motion picture, Graffiti Bridge. It was released worldwide in August 1990 (fourteen months after his previous album, Batman). For the first time, Prince included on the album tracks he had written and produced for other artists (also included in the movie), and singles were also released to support those artists. In late 1988, Prince used some of the same tracks for the planned album, Rave Unto The Joy Fantastic, but this appears to have been a separate project. Several other musicians are listed as contributors on the album, but most appear with only minor contributions, with the bulk of the work on the album done by Prince alone. Tracks were recorded throughout the 1980s.
Despite its poor showing, Graffiti Bridge is not a bad album; in fact, it's often very good. Prince wrote all of the songs, but only performed a little over half the tracks, leaving the rest for The Time, Mavis Staples, and Tevin Campbell. With the exception of The Time's slamming "Release It" and Campbell's "Round and Round," the best songs are the ones Prince performed himself
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17. New Power Generation (P. I). During her break, she had received a lot of media exposure, including appearing in the movie Krush Groove, in which she performed "A Love Bizarre" and "Holly Rock". She had also performed for a wide audience as an act on Prince and The Revolution's Purple Rain Tour. The video for the album's lead.
Album Graffiti Bridge. Graffiti Bridge Lyrics. Everybody wants to find Graffiti Bridge Something to believe in, a reason to believe that there's a heaven above Everybody wants to find Graffiti Bridge Everybody's looking for Everybody's looking for Eeverybody's looking for love. Everybody wants to find Graffiti Bridge (people throw away your arms of fire) A bridge that leads A bridge that leads them to a love they know is real (let democracy take you higher) Everybody wants to find Graffiti Bridge Everybody's looking for (if you believe) Everybody's looking for (wave your hands) Everybody's looking for love (on the power. Love is shining) (everybody wants to find Graffiti Bridge).
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|A1||–Prince||Can't Stop This Feeling I Got
Mixed By – Michael KoppelmanRecorded By – David Friedlander*, Michael Koppelman, Tom Garneau
|A2||–Prince||New Power Generation
Backing Vocals – Rosie Gaines, The New Power GenerationDrums – Morris DayMixed By – Michael Koppelman, Tom GarneauProgrammed By [Distortion Samples] – Levi Seacer, Jr.*Recorded By – Michael Koppelman, Tom Garneau
Arranged By – Levi Seacer, Jr.*, PrinceComposed By – Levi Seacer, Jr.*Mixed By – Femi Jiya, Tom GarneauProducer – Levi Seacer, Jr.*, PrinceRecorded By – Femi Jiya, Tom GarneauSaxophone – Candy Dulfer
|A4||–Prince||The Question Of U
Engineer – Eddie GarciaMixed By – Tom GarneauRecorded By – Tom Garneau
|A5||–Prince||Elephants & Flowers
Mixed By – Michael Koppelman, Tom GarneauRecorded By – Michael Koppelman, Tom Garneau
|A6||–Tevin Campbell||Round And Round
Backing Vocals – PrinceEngineer [Programmer] – Mark PlatiMixed By – Junior VasquezProducer [Post-production] – Junior VasquezRecorded By – Michael Koppelman, Tom GarneauVocals – Tevin Campbell
|A7||–Prince and George Clinton||We Can Funk
Backing Vocals – Joseph Fiddler*, Belita Woods, Garry Shider, Mike Harris , Pat Lewis, Sandra Dance*, Steve Boyd, Tracey Lewis, William PayneComposed By – George ClintonKeyboards [Additional] – Joseph "Amp" Fiddler*Mixed By – David Z.Recorded By – David Friedlander*, Michael KoppelmanRecorded By [Overdubs] – Larry FergusonSaxophone – Eric LeedsTrumpet – Atlanta Bliss
|A8||–Prince||Joy In Repetition
Engineer [Assistant] – Coke JohnsonMixed By – Susan RogersRecorded By – Susan Rogers
|B1||–The Time||Love Machine
Arranged By – Levi Seacer, Jr.*Backing Vocals – Jerome Benton, Morris DayComposed By – Levi Seacer, Jr.*, Morris DayMixed By – David Friedlander*, Elisa*, Tom GarneauProducer – Levi Seacer, Jr.*Recorded By – David Friedlander*, Levi Seacer, Jr.*, Tom GarneauSaxophone – Candy DulferVocals – Elisa Fiorillo
|B2||–Prince||Tick, Tick, Bang
Mixed By – David Friedlander*, Michael Koppelman, Tom GarneauRecorded By – David Friedlander*, Michael Koppelman, Tom Garneau
Backing Vocals – Jana AndersonMixed By – Femi JiyaRecorded By – Femi Jiya
|B4||–Prince||Thieves In The Temple
Mixed By – PrinceRecorded By – Michael Koppelman, Tom Garneau
|B5||–The Time with Prince||The Latest Fashion
Arranged By – The TimeBacking Vocals [Crowd Noise] – Jerome Benton, Michael Koppelman, Robin Power, Tom GarneauMixed By – Femi Jiya, Michael Koppelman, Tom GarneauProducer – The TimeRecorded By – Femi Jiya, Michael Koppelman, Tom GarneauSaxophone – Candy Dulfer
|B6||–Mavis Staples||Melody Cool
Backing Vocals – The SteelesMixed By – Keith CohenRecorded By – Michael Koppelman, Tom Garneau
|B7||–Prince||Still Would Stand All Time
Choir – The SteelesMixed By – Femi Jiya, PrinceMixed By [Choir] – Levi Seacer, Jr.*, Tom GarneauRecorded By – Femi Jiya, Tom Garneau
Arranged By [Orchestra] – Clare FischerBacking Vocals – Boni Boyer, Levi Seacer, Jr.*, Sheila E.Bass – Levi Seacer, Jr.*Drums – Sheila E.Featuring – Mavis Staples, Tevin CampbellOrgan – Boni BoyerRecorded By – Dave Friedlander, Michael Koppelman, Tom GarneauRecorded By [Orchestra] – Arne Frager
|B9||–Prince||New Power Generation (Pt. II)
Featuring – Mavis Staples, Robin Power, T.C. Ellis, Tevin Campbell
|9 27493-1, 1-27493||Prince||Graffiti Bridge (2xLP, Album, Spe)||Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records, Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records||9 27493-1, 1-27493||US||1990|
|MKL 37465||Prince||Graffiti Bridge (Cass, Album)||Gong||MKL 37465||Hungary||1990|
|MG0246||Prince||Music From Graffiti Bridge (Cass, Unofficial)||MG Records||MG0246||Poland||1990|
|27498-4||Prince||Graffiti Bridge (Cass, Album)||Warner Bros. Records, Paisley Park||27498-4||Singapore||1990|
|W4 27493||Prince||Graffiti Bridge (Cass, Club)||Warner Bros. Records||W4 27493||Canada||1990|