Difference between revisions of "Mutiny"

From Prince Vault
Jump to: navigation, search
m
m
Line 11: Line 11:
 
|introduction              = '''Mutiny''' is the second track on [[The Family]]'s first and only album [[Album: The Family|The Family]]. The song was written by [[Prince]], but credited to [[Jerome Benton]]. In 2001, a live performance medley by [[Prince]] of [[Controversy]] and [[Mutiny]] was released as part of [[NPG_Music_Club_Year_One_Releases#NPGMC_Edition_.23_2|NPG Music Club Edition # 2]].
 
|introduction              = '''Mutiny''' is the second track on [[The Family]]'s first and only album [[Album: The Family|The Family]]. The song was written by [[Prince]], but credited to [[Jerome Benton]]. In 2001, a live performance medley by [[Prince]] of [[Controversy]] and [[Mutiny]] was released as part of [[NPG_Music_Club_Year_One_Releases#NPGMC_Edition_.23_2|NPG Music Club Edition # 2]].
  
While specific recording dates are not known, basic tracking took place in late June 1984 at the [[Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse]], Eden Prairie, Minnesota (during the same set of sessions that produced [[High Fashion]], [[River Run Dry]], [[Susannah's Pajamas|Mazarati]] (later renamed [[Susannah's Pajamas]]), and [[Desire]]). [[Paul Peterson|St. Paul Peterson]] overdubbed vocals onto the track in late 1984 - early 1985.
+
Basic tracking took place on [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/June_27|27 June 1984]] at the [[Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse]] in Eden Prairie, MN, USA (five after recording  [[Susannah's Pajamas|Mazarati]] later renamed [[Susannah's Pajamas]], on the same day [[High Fashion]] and [[Desire]]).  
 +
[[Paul Peterson|St. Paul Peterson]] overdubbed vocals onto the track in late 1984 - early 1985.
  
On [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/April 23|23 April 2012]], a 9:54 rehearsal version of [[Mutiny]] containing an interpolation of [[Ice Cream Castles]] by [[Prince and the New Power Generation]] and likely recorded around mid-April 2012 was streamed on [http://www.drfunkenberry.com/2012/04/22/mutiny-ice-cream-castlesnew-prince-rehearsal-jam-listen-now/ drfunkenberry.com] to promote the forthcoming [[Welcome 2 Australia Tour]]. The track was sent to [[Paul Peterson]] prior to its online stream, and [[The Family|fDeluxe]] (as [[The Family]] became known) responded the following week by streaming ''Hot Summer At Menard's'' (a spoof commercial for [http://www.menards.com/main/home.html Menards], a mid-west homegoods store, using [[Prince]]'s [[Hot Summer]] as background music) on [http://www.drfunkenberry.com/2012/04/27/fdeluxe-formerly-the-family-respond-to-princes-mutiny/ drfunkenberry.com].
+
On [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/April 23|23 April 2012]], a 9:54 rehearsal version of [[Mutiny]] containing an interpolation of [[Ice Cream Castles]] by [[Prince and the New Power Generation]] and likely recorded around mid-April 2012 was streamed on [http://www.drfunkenberry.com/2012/04/22/mutiny-ice-cream-castlesnew-prince-rehearsal-jam-listen-now/ drfunkenberry.com] to promote the forthcoming [[Welcome 2 Australia Tour]]. The track was sent to [[Paul Peterson]] prior to its online stream, and [[The Family|fDeluxe]] (as [[The Family]] became known) responded the following week by streaming ''Hot Summer At Menard's'' (a spoof commercial for [http://www.menards.com/main/home.html Menards], a mid-west home goods store, using [[Prince]]'s [[Hot Summer]] as background music) on [http://www.drfunkenberry.com/2012/04/27/fdeluxe-formerly-the-family-respond-to-princes-mutiny/ drfunkenberry.com].
 
|-
 
|-
 
|recording info            =
 
|recording info            =
 
{{RecordingLine|
 
{{RecordingLine|
|date                      = Late June 1984
+
|date                      = [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/June_27|27 June 1984]]
 
|studio                    = [[Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse]], Eden Prairie, MN, USA
 
|studio                    = [[Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse]], Eden Prairie, MN, USA
 
|additional info          = Basic tracking
 
|additional info          = Basic tracking
 
}}
 
}}
 
{{RecordingLine|
 
{{RecordingLine|
|date                      = Late 1984 - early 1985
+
|date                      = [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/July_2|2 July 1984]]
 
|studio                    = [[Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse]], Eden Prairie, MN, USA
 
|studio                    = [[Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse]], Eden Prairie, MN, USA
|additional info          = Vocal overdubs
+
|additional info          = Saxophone overdubs
 +
}}
 +
{{RecordingLine|
 +
|date                      = Late Summer 1984 (estimate)
 +
|studio                    = [[Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse]], Eden Prairie, MN, USA
 +
|additional info          = Vocal overdubs by [[Paul Peterson|St. Paul Peterson]]
 +
}}
 +
{{RecordingLine|
 +
|date                      = October 1984 (estimate)
 +
|studio                    = Monterey Studios, Glendale, CA, USA
 +
|additional info          = [[Clare Fischer]] Orchestral overdubs
 
}}
 
}}
 
|recording personnel      =  
 
|recording personnel      =  

Revision as of 16:56, 2 December 2017

Musicology   < < < Non-Prince Songs All Prince Songs Unreleased Songs > > >   My Baby Knows
Mutiny

Thefamily album.jpg
from the album The Family
Song details
Performer: The Family
First Released: 19 August 1985 - The Family album
Album(s): The Family
Writer(s): Prince (credited to Jerome Benton)
Producer(s): Prince (credited to David Z. Rivkin and The Family)
Live Appearances
First and last live appearance:
Performed regularly on tour:
Performed occasionally in shows:

Mutiny is the second track on The Family's first and only album The Family. The song was written by Prince, but credited to Jerome Benton. In 2001, a live performance medley by Prince of Controversy and Mutiny was released as part of NPG Music Club Edition # 2.

Basic tracking took place on 27 June 1984 at the Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse in Eden Prairie, MN, USA (five after recording Mazarati – later renamed Susannah's Pajamas, on the same day High Fashion and Desire). St. Paul Peterson overdubbed vocals onto the track in late 1984 - early 1985.

On 23 April 2012, a 9:54 rehearsal version of Mutiny containing an interpolation of Ice Cream Castles by Prince and the New Power Generation and likely recorded around mid-April 2012 was streamed on drfunkenberry.com to promote the forthcoming Welcome 2 Australia Tour. The track was sent to Paul Peterson prior to its online stream, and fDeluxe (as The Family became known) responded the following week by streaming Hot Summer At Menard's (a spoof commercial for Menards, a mid-west home goods store, using Prince's Hot Summer as background music) on drfunkenberry.com.


Recording Information
Recording Sessions
Date Studio Additional info
27 June 1984 Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse, Eden Prairie, MN, USA Basic tracking
2 July 1984 Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse, Eden Prairie, MN, USA Saxophone overdubs
Late Summer 1984 (estimate) Flying Cloud Drive Warehouse, Eden Prairie, MN, USA Vocal overdubs by St. Paul Peterson
October 1984 (estimate) Monterey Studios, Glendale, CA, USA Clare Fischer Orchestral overdubs
Recording Personnel

The Family version


Prince version


Versions
Released Versions
Title Length Released Version Additional info
Mutiny 3:57 The Family Studio
Video Versions
Title Length Released Version Additional info
Controversy / Mutiny 4:05 NPG Music Club Edition # 2 .mov download Live 8 December 2000, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, USA
Broadcasts/streaming (only)
Title Length Released Version Additional info
Mutiny T.B.C. Live concert TV broadcast Live 7 June 1986, Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI, USA
Mutiny (originally titled Days of Wild & Loose) 9:54 Delayed performance online stream Rehearsal Recorded mid-April 2012, Paisley Park, Chanhassen, Minnesota (assumed); contains an interpolation of Ice Cream Castles
Mutiny 5:09 Delayed performance TV broadcast Studio 4 March 2014, The Arsenio Hall Show, Sunset Bronson Studios - Stage 19, Los Angeles, California; contains an interpolation of Ice Cream Castles; also posted online as performance video
Unreleased Versions
Title Version Additional Info
Mutiny Studio Prince's original studio version, using an alternate mix from the final release
 
Additional Information

See also Trivia

  • Promotional image posted with 2012 rehearsal stream:
2012-04-23 MutinyRehearsalCoverFull.jpg

References
Musicology   < < < All Songs Unreleased Songs > > >   My Baby Knows