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|album image              = [[File:Krushgroove_album.jpg|100px|Krush Groove|link=Album: Krush Groove]] <br><small> from the movie soundtrack [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]] </small><br> [[File:Originals.jpg|100px|border|Originals album artwork]]<br><small> from the album [[Album: Originals|Originals]]</small><br>
 
|album image              = [[File:Krushgroove_album.jpg|100px|Krush Groove|link=Album: Krush Groove]] <br><small> from the movie soundtrack [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]] </small><br> [[File:Originals.jpg|100px|border|Originals album artwork]]<br><small> from the album [[Album: Originals|Originals]]</small><br>
 
|single image              = [[File:Hollyrock_single.jpg|100px|Holly Rock|link=Single: Holly Rock]] <br><small> single art for [[Single: Holly Rock|Holly Rock]]</small>
 
|single image              = [[File:Hollyrock_single.jpg|100px|Holly Rock|link=Single: Holly Rock]] <br><small> single art for [[Single: Holly Rock|Holly Rock]]</small>
|performer                = [[Sheila E.]]
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|performer                = [[Sheila E.]]; [[Prince]]
|first released            = [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/September 30|30 September 1985]] - [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]] album
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|first released            = [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/September 30|30 September 1985]] - [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]] album<br> [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/June 7|7 June 2019]] - [[Album: Originals|Originals]] album ([[Prince]] version)
|album(s)                  = [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]]
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|album(s)                  = [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]]<br> [[Album: Originals|Originals]]
 
|writer(s)                = [[Prince]] (credited to [[Sheila E.]])
 
|writer(s)                = [[Prince]] (credited to [[Sheila E.]])
 
|producer(s)              = [[Prince]] (credited to [[Sheila E.]])
 
|producer(s)              = [[Prince]] (credited to [[Sheila E.]])
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|introduction              = '''Holly Rock''' by [[Sheila E.]] is the sixth track (and only [[Prince]]-related track) on the movie soundtrack [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]], the soundtrack album to the movie [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krush_Groove Krush Groove], and, nine months after the album's release, [[Single: Holly Rock|Holly Rock]] was released as the album's fifth single.
 
|introduction              = '''Holly Rock''' by [[Sheila E.]] is the sixth track (and only [[Prince]]-related track) on the movie soundtrack [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]], the soundtrack album to the movie [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krush_Groove Krush Groove], and, nine months after the album's release, [[Single: Holly Rock|Holly Rock]] was released as the album's fifth single.
  
Basic tracking took place on [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/April_24|24 April 1985]] at [[Sunset Sound]] in Hollywood, California (the day after [[Evolsidog]] and four days before [[All My Dreams]] and [[Kiss]]). Parts of the lyrics were revamped from the unreleased [[The Family]] song [[Feline]].
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Basic tracking took place on [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/April_24|24 April 1985]] at [[Sunset Sound]] in Hollywood, California (the day after [[Evolsidog]] and four days before [[All My Dreams]] and [[Kiss]]). Parts of the lyrics were revamped from the unreleased [[The Family]] song [[Feline]].  
  
[[Prince]] also uses the term "Holly Rock" in [[Dream Factory]], which was recorded later in 1985. '''Hollyrock''' is the name used for Hollywood in the TV cartoon series ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flintstones The Flintstones]'', which may have inspired the track.
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In 2019, [[Prince]]'s own version was released as the eighth track on the posthumous album [[Album:_Originals|Originals]]. An animated [[Video:_Holly_Rock-2019|video cartoon]] was streamed although the song was not released as a single.
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[[Prince]] also uses the term "Holly Rock" in [[Dream Factory]], which was recorded later in 1985. '''Hollyrock''' is the name used for Hollywood in the TV cartoon series ''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flintstones The Flintstones]'', which may have inspired the track. Furthermore the lyrics mention [[Toy Box]] a song recorded for [[Sheila E.]] in January 1985, still unreleased at the time of recording.
 
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'''Sheila E. version'''
*[[Sheila E.]] - vocals, percussion (only on [[Sheila E.]] version)
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*[[Sheila E.]] - vocals, percussion
 
*[[Prince]] - background vocals and all instruments, except where noted (uncredited)
 
*[[Prince]] - background vocals and all instruments, except where noted (uncredited)
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*[[Eddie M.|Eddie Mininfield]] - saxophone (uncredited)
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'''Prince version''' (on [[Album: Originals|Originals]])
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*[[Prince]] - vocals and all instruments, except where noted
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*[[Sheila E.]] - percussion and background vocals
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*[[Eddie M.|Eddie Mininfield]] - saxophone
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*[[Peggy McCreary]] - engineer
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*[[Susan Rogers]] - engineer
 
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{{Songline|
 
{{Songline|
|1= '''You're My Love'''
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|1= '''Holly Rock'''
 
|2= 6:39
 
|2= 6:39
 
|3= [[Album:_Originals|Originals]]  
 
|3= [[Album:_Originals|Originals]]  
|4= Original [[Prince]] version  
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|4= [[Prince]] vocal version, 2019 remix
 
|5= released in 2019
 
|5= released in 2019
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{{Songline|
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|1= '''Holly Rock'''
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|2= 3:56
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|3= streaming & video
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|4= [[Prince]] vocal version
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|5= edit of the above
 
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|4= Live
 
|4= Live
 
|5= Edit of the above
 
|5= Edit of the above
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|1= ''' Holly Rock'''
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|2= 3:47
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|see also                  = [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]] album
 
|see also                  = [[Album: Krush Groove|Krush Groove]] album
 
* [[Single: Holly Rock|Holly Rock]] single
 
* [[Single: Holly Rock|Holly Rock]] single
* [[Video: Holly Rock|Holly Rock]] video
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* [[Video: Holly Rock-2019|Holly Rock]] video ([[Prince]] version)
 
* [[Sheila E.]]
 
* [[Sheila E.]]
 
|references                = ''[[Book:_The_Vault|The Vault: The Definitive Guide to the Musical World of Prince (2004)]]''
 
|references                = ''[[Book:_The_Vault|The Vault: The Definitive Guide to the Musical World of Prince (2004)]]''
 
|categories                = [[Category:1985]][[Category:Released Songs (Associated Artists)]][[Category:Songs (Prince)]][[Category:Songs (Associated Artists)]][[Category:Recorded 1985]]
 
|categories                = [[Category:1985]][[Category:Released Songs (Associated Artists)]][[Category:Songs (Prince)]][[Category:Songs (Associated Artists)]][[Category:Recorded 1985]]
 
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Latest revision as of 12:51, 27 October 2019

Holla & Shout   < < < Non-Prince Songs All Prince Songs Unreleased Songs > > >   Holy Ground
Holly Rock

Krush Groove
from the movie soundtrack Krush Groove
Originals album artwork
from the album Originals
Holly Rock
single art for Holly Rock
Song details
Performer: Sheila E.; Prince
First Released: 30 September 1985 - Krush Groove album
7 June 2019 - Originals album (Prince version)
Album(s): Krush Groove
Originals
Writer(s): Prince (credited to Sheila E.)
Producer(s): Prince (credited to Sheila E.)
Live Appearances
First and last live appearance:
Performed regularly on tour:
  • none
Performed occasionally in shows:

Holly Rock by Sheila E. is the sixth track (and only Prince-related track) on the movie soundtrack Krush Groove, the soundtrack album to the movie Krush Groove, and, nine months after the album's release, Holly Rock was released as the album's fifth single.

Basic tracking took place on 24 April 1985 at Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California (the day after Evolsidog and four days before All My Dreams and Kiss). Parts of the lyrics were revamped from the unreleased The Family song Feline.

In 2019, Prince's own version was released as the eighth track on the posthumous album Originals. An animated video cartoon was streamed although the song was not released as a single.

Prince also uses the term "Holly Rock" in Dream Factory, which was recorded later in 1985. Hollyrock is the name used for Hollywood in the TV cartoon series The Flintstones, which may have inspired the track. Furthermore the lyrics mention Toy Box a song recorded for Sheila E. in January 1985, still unreleased at the time of recording.


Recording Information
Recording Sessions
Date Studio Additional info
24 April 1985 Sunset Sound,
Hollywood, CA, USA
Basic tracking
Recording Personnel

Sheila E. version


Prince version (on Originals)



Versions
Released Versions
Title Length Released Version Additional info
Holly Rock 4:56 Krush Groove Studio
Holly Rock (Edit) 3:58 Holly Rock single Edit
Holly Rock (Extended Version) 6:35 Holly Rock single Extended version Original full-length version
Holly Rock 6:39 Originals Prince vocal version, 2019 remix released in 2019
Holly Rock 3:56 streaming & video Prince vocal version edit of the above
Video Versions
Title Length Released Version Additional info
Holly Rock 4:19 Promotional release only Promo video Live promo video taken from Krush Groove movie; see Holly Rock video for details
Holly Rock 5:26 Sheila E.: Live Romance 1600 VHS/laserdisc Live Live promo video taken from the full-length video Live Romance 1600
Holly Rock 3:23 Sheila E.: Live Romance 1600 VHS/laserdisc Live Edit of the above
Holly Rock 3:47 streaming Prince version
Broadcasts/streaming
Title Length Released Version Additional info
Holly Rock T.B.C. Live concert TV broadcast Live 7 June 1986, Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI, USA
Sampled, Referred to, Quoted in...
Title Length Released Version Additional info
Dead On It 4:37 "The Black Album" album Studio Samples a line from Holly Rock; see Dead On It for details
Dream Factory 3:06 Crystal Ball album Studio Refers to "Holly Rock"; see Dream Factory for details
 
Additional Information

See also Trivia


References
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