Glam Slam East 2CD
Raiders Of The Lost Art
Catalog # RCD001
Release Year 1994  
2CD Length 72:39 | 76:35
Date/Venue 8 and 9 June 1994 Glam Slam Miami
Source Audience
Quality EX-
G2P Rating 4/5.0

Track Listing
Miami 8/6/94 (disc 1 tracks 1 - 9)
Miami 9/6/94 (disc 1 tracks 10 & 11 & disc 2)
Officially released studio track (disc 1 track 12)
Disc #1
  1. Billy jack bitch
  2. The most beautiful girl in the world
  3. Loose
  4. Shoop / Sexy MF / Gett off / Acknowledge me
  5. It's alright
  6. I believe in you
  7. Maybe your baby
  8. Peach
  9. I'm in the mood
  10. Now II
  11. Gold
  12. I hate U [from PA]
              Disc #2
  1. Drum solo / Intro.
  2. Santana medley
  3. 319
  4. Hide the bone
  5. Ripopgodazippa
  6. Get wild
  7. Johnny
  8. Interactive
  9. Days of wild / Hair / If you want me to stay
  10. Now I

Deane's Comments (rates this release 4.5/5.0)
This release has two excellent shows taken from a satellite broadcast. The shows are very different and very enjoyable. The package is also above average. A number of great jams including a rework jam of Shoop.

Dale's Comments  (rates this release 4/5.0)
These are both excellent shows. The June 8th show has a little better sound quality, but (IMO) the show on the 9th has the better content of the two, including a couple of rare live performances of Hide The Bone and Ripopgodazippa. The 12+ minute "cover" of Salt N Peppa's Shoop! is also a very nice treat with Prince replacing the original lyrics with rap versions of his own songs (Sexy MF, Gett Off, and Acknowledge Me). These shows are part of a must see celebration of Prince's 1st birthday following his name change.

Mike's Comments  (rates this release 3.25/5.0)
Two nice shows, the second and third of the Miami series of shows. Much of this material was new to Prince at the time and he seems to have got a kick out of playing it though the audience reaction is less enthusiastic (only to be expected since they didn't know most of the songs). 'Loose' works well, as does 'Hide the bone' and 'Ripopgodazippa'. A soundboard recording of part of the first show (from 8 June) is also on The undertaker.

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