Although several Dream Factory tracks were incorporated, this set was to be marketed as a solo album by Prince. Warner Bros. Prince worked on a third Madhouse recorded during July—December , with a planned release in early , featuring the cover model Maneca Lightner. The album has never materialized. Some of the tracks were on the rare "The Versace Experience" cassette. Both versions of the album circulate on the internet.
An album was recorded by Sheila E. The album was abandoned when Sheila E. The only track from the album to have been released is "Scarlet Pussy" credited to Camille , which was included as the b-side of " I Wish U Heaven ".
The album included a cover of Donny Hathaway 's " The Ghetto ". Two other tracks were resurrected for later projects, however. In mid-September, , "Latino Barbie Doll" was tried out for Mayte during initial sessions for her solo debut album, and was included on an initial configuration of the album, titled Latino Barbie Doll , before being removed from later configurations as the album developed into Child of the Sun.
During the A Celebration week in June, , computer screens at Paisley Park Studios offered names of a selection of tracks which users could vote on for inclusion on Crystal Ball Volume II; "3 Nigs Watchin' a Kung Fu Movie" was included on the list and was chosen by fans, the project was ultimately abandoned.
An unreleased studio album by The Time, recorded in Summer and planned for release in November, Like previous albums by The Time, all tracks featured Prince heavily as unique writer and musician, with Morris Day adding vocals as the only member of the band to appear on the album. The album was submitted to Warner Bros. Only "Nine Lives" and "Corporate World" have not been released in any form.
The original Rave unto the Joy Fantastic album was shelved when Prince started working on the Batman soundtrack in late The album shared some tracks with Graffiti Bridge and was to be a house music album; the title track was finally released in slightly remixed on a new album of the same name. No details are known about the sequence, other than that "The Voice Inside" is known to have segued into "Melody Cool". In July, Cox recorded 25 songs written by Prince for a planned album.
Flash album or singles were ever released. At the height of his troubles with Warner Bros. Happy with this pseudonym, a full album was recorded, but it remains unreleased. This recording was made in a continuous single live-in-the-studio pass in collaboration with NPG drummer Michael Bland and bassist Sonny T.
Prince originally intended to give this live CD away free with 1, copies of Guitar Player magazine in uploading an original The Undertaker CD to iTunes, shows the year as the year the CD was "released" , but he was reportedly barred by Warner Bros.
Copies were leaked and bootlegged. The songs were guitar-heavy versions of rock and blues numbers, including a cover of The Rolling Stones ' " Honky Tonk Women " and new recording of "Bambi" originally from 's Prince. The title track was a cover of a song previously given to Mavis Staples , while "The Ride", "Zannalee", and "Dolphin" would all be re-recorded future releases.
A video recording of the performance was released in Europe on VHS and Laserdisc with small edits throughout the performance and "Dolphin" replaced by the audio track from the official video of the song from The Gold Experience. Was worked on in Nothing is known about the album, although it is believed to contain acoustic tracks it is not known if there is any overlap between this project and The Truth , recorded two years later and released in It was supposed to contain four discs, but it is unknown if the material was arranged chronologically or in another way.
The album is unrelated to the "Live" single planned for release the previous year, and The Live Experience album planned for release later in , both of which were planned to be credited to and contained live tracks recorded in and consecutively. Unreleased live album, worked on in Specific tracks are not known, and it is not known how many discs were planned, or whether the contents were arranged chronologically or sequenced another way.
The album is unrelated to the "Live" single planned for release the previous year which contained tracks recorded in , and the "Live" album planned for release earlier in which was planned to be credited to Prince and contained live tracks recorded between and New World is thought to be an unreleased album worked on in It was mentioned by Mayte in an interview with Uptown magazine in July, , and it is possible that she was mistaken in naming the album, and it was in fact Emancipation or that Emancipation was briefly known as New World , even though the name Emancipation had already been used.
Very little is known about the album, although Mayte described it as a "techno" album, and is believed to have included both "New World" and "Mr. Happy", both of which were later released on Emancipation.
The albums, to be credited to Prince, were to serve as the fulfillment of his contract, which intended to follow by releasing Emancipation. They are believed to be three separate single-disc albums, but as they were only mentioned once on a press release, with no distinction between the three volumes, they are listed here together. As both Chaos and Disorder and The Vault Old Friends 4 Sale were submitted to Warner Bros. Old Friends 4 Sale. It is likely that several more tracks were included, but no details are known.
It is possible, however, that the project was announced in the press release without any corresponding albums completed indicated by the generic title "The Vault — Volumes I, II and III" , and that the project was never completed before work on Chaos and Disorder and The Vault Old Friends 4 Sale took over.
With the pregnancy of Prince's then-wife Mayte Garcia , Prince was inspired to make and announce a children's music album called Happy Tears , credited to Prince and Mayte. Palmer Auditorium. Met Center. First Avenue. Hampton Coliseum. Tower Theater. Riverfront Coliseum.
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