Album: One Nite Alone... The Aftershow: It Ain't Over

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One Nite Alone... The Aftershow: It Ain't Over

One Nite Alone... The Aftershow: It Ain't Over album artwork

Album details


Released: 24 November 2002 - first shipments sent to NPG Music Club members
17 December 2002 - retail release
Length: 55:39
Label(s): NPG Records
Studio(s): The World, New York, NY, USA; House Of Blues, West Hollywood, CA, USA; Roseland Theater, Portland, OR, USA

Charts, Certifications & Awards


Charts
This album has not charted in the USA
Certifications
This album has not received any certifications in the USA
Awards
This album has not received any awards in the USA

Singles released


  • None

See also


One Nite Alone... Tour   
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One Nite Alone... The Aftershow: It Ain't Over is the second live album by Prince, although it is available for purchase only as part of a 3CD box-set also including his first live album One Nite Alone... Live! (both credited to Prince and the New Power Generation; the first albums to receive that credit since 1992's SymbolSmallerBlue.png).

The CD is the first official audio document of Prince's legendary aftershow concerts (video of an aftershow had been released previously on The Sacrifice Of Victor VHS) and includes tracks from three different aftershows following shows on the One Nite Alone... Tour.

Six of the nine tracks are live versions of tracks originally included on Prince's studio albums released between 1986 and 1994. The Everlasting Now (Vamp) is a short reprise of the track from 2001's The Rainbow Children (a full version of which is included on the companion album One Nite Alone... Live!). We Do This and the medley of Just Friends (Sunny) / If You Want Me To Stay are previously-unreleased in any form by Prince, and both feature guest vocalists (George Clinton on We Do This, and Musiq Soulchild on Just Friends (Sunny) / If You Want Me To Stay).



Track listing
CD Digital

The compact disc version is the original issue.

  1. Joy In Repetition (10:55)
  2. We Do This (4:41)1
  3. Medley: Just Friends (Sunny) / If You Want Me To Stay (4:26)2
  4. 2 Nigs United 4 West Compton (6:14)
  5. Alphabet Street (2:54)
  6. Peach (Xtended Jam) (11:18)
  7. Dorothy Parker (6:16)
  8. Girls & Boys (6:59)
  9. The Everlasting Now (Vamp) (1:49)

The digital format is a reissue of the CD version, made available on 26 March 2005 on NPG Music Club "Musicology Download Store".

  1. Joy In Repetition (10:55)
  2. We Do This (4:41)1
  3. Medley: Just Friends (Sunny) / If You Want Me To Stay (4:26)2
  4. 2 Nigs United 4 West Compton (6:14)
  5. Alphabet Street (2:54)
  6. Peach (Xtended Jam) (11:18)
  7. Dorothy Parker (6:16)
  8. Girls & Boys (6:59)
  9. The Everlasting Now (Vamp) (1:49)

All songs written by Prince except where indicated.

1 Written by George Clinton.
2 Just Friends (Sunny) written by Ivan "Orthodox" Barias, Davis, Carvin "Ransum" Haggins, Hebb and T. Johnson, If You Want Me To Stay written by Sylvester Stewart.



Personnel
Musicians


Production
  • Prince - Producer, arranger and engineer
  • Scottie P. - direct 2 DAT recording engineer
  • Joseph Lipinski - overdub recording engineer
  • Femi Jiya - overdub recording engineer
  • Sam Jennings - design
  • Afshin Shahidi - photographs
  • Inam - photographs


Audio


Thanks
  • none.



Releases
LP, CD, Cassettes and Other versions
Country Format Cat. Number Comments Front Back Label 1 Label 2

USA CD 2193-CD-0213 Boxset
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Variants, Special Editions and Reissues
Country Format Cat. Number Comments Front Back Label 1 Label 2

USA Digital download n/a WMA protected format
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Additional Information

Promotion (at time of release) Trivia

  • Prince appeared on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on 13 December 2002 to promote this release, playing The Everlasting Now.
  • This album was heavily reviewed online and in news outlets as Prince's first live release.
  • A poster was issued advertising the box set as the first live record released from Prince, as well as to inform that members of the NPG Music Club would receive the set prior to its release in shops.

References
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One Nite Alone... Live!
All Albums All Related Artists Albums 2003
Xpectation
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