Load image into Gallery viewer, Prince and the Revolution - Live In Syracuse.Ny.3/30/85 3LP (Japanese Pressing)
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Prince and the Revolution - Live In Syracuse.Ny.3/30/85 3LP (Japanese Pressing)

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On June 3, 2022, Legacy Recordings, a subsidiary of the Prince Foundation and Sony Music Entertainment, will release Prince & The Revolution's 1985 concert recording "Live 1985" (English title "LIVE"). announced the release of

"There's nothing I would change. It's one of the most powerful concerts I've ever been to," Prince said before his death. . This concert was recorded at the Career Dome in Syracuse, New York on March 30, 1985, at the end of the "Purple Rain Tour" that swirled around the United States from November 1984 to April 1985. Ta. Greeted by an enthusiastic cheer from an audience of about 40,000, Prince appeared on stage and performed non-stop hits such as "Let's Go Crazy," "1999," and "Little Red Corvette." playing. Along the way, the concert progressed with Prince-like erotic numbers such as "Do Me, Baby", and finally reached a grand finale with "Purple Rain", which lasts about 20 minutes. Combined with the perfect combination with the band that supports the backing, The Revolution, it has established a reputation as the most perfect concert of Prince's entire career. The Revolution bassist Brownmark said, "Looking back at our gig in Syracuse, it came out of nowhere and it was like a freight train going on and on. I have never seen it,” he says. Considering that the first performance in Japan was in 1986, it can be called a “legendary” concert for many Japanese music fans.

This powerful concert video was released on VHS/laserdisc at the time, and in recent years was included as a bonus DVD on the album "Purple Rain" [Deluxe Expanded Edition], but this time for the first time, the double CD + Blu-ray, And released as a 3-disc LP. These recordings come from original multi-track master tapes newly found in the warehouses of Paisley Park Studios, remixed by Prince's personal engineer Chris James and brought to life with powerful sound. In addition, the large-capacity, high-quality Blu-ray disc is recorded in stereo, 5.1 surround, and Dolby Atmos sound. In addition, the gorgeous paper jacket package and 24-page original booklet include many photos of the first public live performance.

Includes OBI, may have corner damage from shipment from Japan.