Prince | Official Podcast

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Stuart Bradshaw
 Jun 12, 2020
This is a must for any Prince fan. Very well produced with a fantastic host. You will not be disappointed. I am so glad I found this podcast.

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The official podcast dedicated to Prince, the singular artist and visionary. Featuring explorations of Prince's massive discography, interviews with his trusted collaborators, and stories about his groundbreaking, prolific career. Brought to you by The Prince Estate, which passionately presents Prince's life and work and aims to immerse fans, old and new, in Prince's story.


Episode Date
The Story of Sign O' The Times, Episode 5: It Be's Like That Sometimes
00:34:00

With news of The Revolution's breakup still fresh, Prince returned to Sunset Sound to finish his magnum opus: a sprawling three-disc set called Crystal Ball. Rather than release it, Warner Bros. Records offered a rare critique of his work, requesting that he edit it down. Hear from Warner executive Lenny Waronker, engineers Coke Johnson and Susan Rogers, and professor Daphne A. Brooks.

Sep 24, 2020
The Story of Sign O' The Times, Episode 4: Strict and Wild and Pretty
00:31:23

At the conclusion of their dazzling, grueling Parade Tour, The Revolution play their final show with Prince. Hear from Lisa Coleman, Wendy Melvoin, Dr. Fink, BrownMark, Eric Leeds, Atlanta Bliss, and Levi Seacer, Jr.

Sep 17, 2020
The Story of Sign O’ The Times, Episode 3: The Quake
00:30:33

An earthquake hits the California coastline while Prince is in L.A. recording at Sunset Sound, and has an unexpected influence on his classic song “Sign O’ The Times.” With insights from Warner Bros. Records president Lenny Waronker, engineer Susan Rogers, collaborators Susannah Melvoin, Wendy Melvoin, and Lisa Coleman, and scholars Duane Tudahl and Daphne A. Brooks.

Sep 10, 2020
The Story of Sign O' The Times Episode 2: The Dream Factory
00:41:54

In the winter of 1985-1986, Prince and his new fiancee Susannah Melvoin moved into a new property on Galpin Blvd. in Chanhassen, Minnesota, jumpstarting a spring and summer of nonstop creativity in Prince’s new home studio. Learn more about this space from Susannah, engineer Susan Rogers, Eric Leeds, and Atlanta Bliss.

Sep 03, 2020
The Story of Sign O' The Times Episode 1: It's Gonna Be a Beautiful Night
00:35:28

The story of Sign O’ The Times involves many twists, turns, and abandoned projects. We begin with key collaborators Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman as they reflect on Prince's prolific Dream Factory period, with additional insights from engineer Susan Rogers and musicians Eric Leeds, Atlanta Bliss, Matt Fink and BrownMark.

Aug 27, 2020
Episode Eight: Do You Realize??
00:50:10

Sorcerer’s Orphan: A Song By Song History Of The Flaming Lips. Episode Eight: Do You Realize??



Jun 30, 2020
Up All Nite with Prince, Episode 2: It Ain’t Over!
00:26:22

In 2002 Prince and his band embarked on the global One Nite Alone… Tour, capturing the shows and aftershows for Prince’s first official live albums. Host Andrea Swensson talks to touring musicians Renato Neto and Najee, live engineer Scottie Baldwin, and Sam Jennings about these unforgettable live experiences.

Jun 12, 2020
Up All Nite with Prince, Episode 1: The Atrium
00:34:20

In 2001, Prince was in the midst of a spiritual and musical evolution — and he was sharing that journey with his fans through his pioneering NPG Music Club and Paisley Park Celebration events. Host Andrea Swensson talks to musicians Common and Najee, Paisley Park staffer Sam Jennings, and fans Darling Nisi and Erica Thompson about this intriguing and reflective era.

May 29, 2020
Prince: The Story of 1999, Episode 4: Let's Work
00:34:16

The 1999 Tour was no routine trek: referred to as the “Triple Threat Tour,” the Time and Vanity 6 toured as openers for the band starting to be known as Prince and the Revolution. By the summer of 1983, “Little Red Corvette” had become a top 10 hit and Prince was one of the first black artists to be placed into rotation on MTV. Host Andrea Swensson is joined by Brenda Bennett, Bobby Z, Tom Marzullo, Michael Howe, Matt Fink, Roy Bennett, Lisa Coleman, Jellybean Johnson, Dez Dickerson, Brittany Howard, Fred Armisen, and Nile Rodgers.

Dec 10, 2019
Prince: The Story of 1999, Episode 3: The Idolmaker
00:30:35

With reams of material created over the winter of 1981-1982, Prince turned his attention toward refining his emerging double album and shaping the look and sound of protégés The Time and Vanity 6. Inspired by a 1980 movie called The Idolmaker, Prince aspired to create not just an album but a musical movement. Host Andrea Swensson interviews Dez Dickerson, Duane Tudahl, Jellybean Johnson, Brenda Bennett, Bobby Z, and Lisa Coleman.

Dec 03, 2019
Prince: The Story of 1999, Episode 2: Rearrange
00:32:37

As Prince pulled away from the spotlight in the winter of 1981-1982, his creative drive began whirring faster than ever. Hear some of the never-before-released material recorded by Prince during this prolific era, alongside stories about his two early '80s workspaces: his home studio on Lake Riley in Chanhassen, Minnesota; and Sunset Sound in Los Angeles. Host Andrea Swensson interviews Bobby Z., Lisa Coleman, Duane Tudahl, and Peggy McCreary.

Nov 26, 2019
Prince: The Story of 1999, Episode 1: My Mind Says Prepare to Fight
00:29:00
The story of 1999 begins with one of the most legendary concert debacles in rock history. When an October 1981 crowd of Rolling Stones fans greeted opener Prince with scorn, it solidified his resolve to forge a new path. Hear the first tracks Prince recorded in that pivotal moment, which are included in the Super Deluxe Edition reissue of 1999, alongside stories from bandmates Dez Dickerson, Lisa Coleman, Dr. Fink and Bobby Z.; engineer Peggy McCreary; journalist Robert Hilburn; and vault archivist Michael Howe.
Nov 19, 2019