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|introduction              = '''No Call U''' is a song recorded on [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/July 23|23 July 1982]] at [[Prince]]'s [[Kiowa Trail Home Studio]] in Chanhassen, Minnesota. The song is a fast rockabilly-style song in the vein of [[Jack U Off]] and [[Turn It Up]]. It is not known, if it was intended for [[Prince]]'s next album (which became [[Album: 1999|1999]]) or any other project. Vocals were also recorded by [[Vanity 6]] for the track in 1982, although it was not included on any known configuration of the [[Album: Vanity 6|Vanity 6]] album. In late July 1985 [[Jill Jones]] also recorded lead vocal overdubs, (probably at either [[Sunset Sound]] in Hollywood, California or [[Washington Avenue Warehouse]] in Eden Prairie, Minnesota), but the track was not included on any known configuration of the [[Album: Jill Jones|Jill Jones]] album.  
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|introduction              = '''No Call U''' is a song recorded on [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/July 23|23 July 1982]] at [[Prince]]'s [[Kiowa Trail Home Studio]] in Chanhassen, Minnesota. The song is a fast rockabilly-style song in the vein of [[Jack U Off]] and [[Turn It Up]]. It is not known, if it was intended for [[Prince]]'s next album (which became [[Album: 1999|1999]]) or any other project. Vocals were also recorded by [[Vanity 6]] for the track in 1982, although it was not included on any known configuration of the [[Album: Vanity 6|Vanity 6]] album. In late July 1985 [[Jill Jones]] also recorded lead vocal overdubs, (probably at either [[Sunset Sound]] in Hollywood, California or [[Washington Avenue Warehouse]] in Edina, Minnesota), but the track was not included on any known configuration of the [[Album: Jill Jones|Jill Jones]] album.  
  
 
The song with [[Prince]]'s vocals was released in 2019 as the sixth track on the ''Vault Tracks part 2'' disc of a ''Deluxe'' edition of the [[Album: 1999 Deluxe|1999]] album.
 
The song with [[Prince]]'s vocals was released in 2019 as the sixth track on the ''Vault Tracks part 2'' disc of a ''Deluxe'' edition of the [[Album: 1999 Deluxe|1999]] album.
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|studio                    = [[Kiowa Trail Home Studio]],<br>Chanhassen, MN, USA
 
|studio                    = [[Kiowa Trail Home Studio]],<br>Chanhassen, MN, USA
 
|additional info          = Basic tracking
 
|additional info          = Basic tracking
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|date                      = July 1982 (assumed)
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|studio                    = [[Kiowa Trail Home Studio]],<br>Chanhassen, MN, USA *(assumed)
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|additional info          = vocal overdubs
 
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|date                      = Late July 1985
 
|date                      = Late July 1985
|studio                    = [[Sunset Sound]],<br>Hollywood, CA, USA<br>or<br>[[Washington Avenue Warehouse]]<br>Eden Prairie, MN, USA (assumed)
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|studio                    = [[Sunset Sound]],<br>Hollywood, CA, USA (assumed)
 
|additional info          = [[Jill Jones]] lead vocal overdubs
 
|additional info          = [[Jill Jones]] lead vocal overdubs
 
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|recording personnel      =  
 
|recording personnel      =  
'''Prince version'''
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'''Prince version(s)'''
*[[Prince]] - all vocals and instruments (assumed)
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*[[Prince]] - all vocals and instruments
 
'''Vanity 6 version'''
 
'''Vanity 6 version'''
 
*[[Vanity]] - vocals (assumed)
 
*[[Vanity]] - vocals (assumed)
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|1= '''No Call U'''
 
|1= '''No Call U'''
 
|2= Studio
 
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|3= Initial version with less vocal overdubs, missing all ad lib speech
 
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|performed regularly on    = none
 
|performed regularly on    = none
 
|performed occasionally in = none
 
|performed occasionally in = none
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|trivia                    = The released mix of this track was done by Nick Bolas specifically for the [[Album: 1999 Deluxe|1999 ''Deluxe'']] release. It was made to replicate the original mix from the time the song was initially tracked, as much as possible. So even when a slightly different mix of this track might exist, the now released version is not considered a true alternate mix of the track.
 
|see also                  = [[Album: 1999 Deluxe|1999 ''Deluxe'']] album
 
|see also                  = [[Album: 1999 Deluxe|1999 ''Deluxe'']] album
 
|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:1982]][[Category:2019]][[Category:Released Songs (Prince)]][[Category:Songs (Prince)]] [[Category:Recorded 1982]]
 
|categories                = [[Category:1982]][[Category:2019]][[Category:Released Songs (Prince)]][[Category:Songs (Prince)]] [[Category:Recorded 1982]]
 
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Revision as of 10:24, 13 June 2020

Nine Lives   < < < Non-Prince Songs All Prince Songs Unreleased Songs > > >   No Changes
No Call U

1999 Deluxe.jpg
from the album 1999 Deluxe
Song details
Performer: Prince; Vanity 6; Jill Jones
First Released: 29 November 2019 - 1999 Deluxe album
Album(s): 1999 Deluxe
Writer(s): Prince
Producer(s): Prince
Live Appearances
First and last live appearance:
  • This track is not believed to have been performed live by Prince.
Performed regularly on tour:
  • none
Performed occasionally in shows:
  • none

No Call U is a song recorded on 23 July 1982 at Prince's Kiowa Trail Home Studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota. The song is a fast rockabilly-style song in the vein of Jack U Off and Turn It Up. It is not known, if it was intended for Prince's next album (which became 1999) or any other project. Vocals were also recorded by Vanity 6 for the track in 1982, although it was not included on any known configuration of the Vanity 6 album. In late July 1985 Jill Jones also recorded lead vocal overdubs, (probably at either Sunset Sound in Hollywood, California or Washington Avenue Warehouse in Edina, Minnesota), but the track was not included on any known configuration of the Jill Jones album.

The song with Prince's vocals was released in 2019 as the sixth track on the Vault Tracks part 2 disc of a Deluxe edition of the 1999 album.

The track is often incorrectly referred to as U Call Me.


Recording Information
Recording Sessions
Date Studio Additional info
23 July 1982 Kiowa Trail Home Studio,
Chanhassen, MN, USA
Basic tracking
July 1982 (assumed) Kiowa Trail Home Studio,
Chanhassen, MN, USA *(assumed)
vocal overdubs
1 May 1983 Kiowa Trail Home Studio,
Chanhassen, MN, USA
Vanity 6 lead vocal overdubs
Late July 1985 Sunset Sound,
Hollywood, CA, USA (assumed)
Jill Jones lead vocal overdubs
Recording Personnel

Prince version(s)

  • Prince - all vocals and instruments

Vanity 6 version

Jill Jones version



Versions
Released Versions
Title Length Released Version Additional info
No Call U 4:30 1999 Deluxe
Studio


Unreleased Versions
Title Version Additional Info
No Call U Studio Initial version with less vocal overdubs, missing all ad lib speech
No Call U Studio Vanity 6 version
No Call U Studio Jill Jones version
 
Additional Information

See also Trivia

  • The released mix of this track was done by Nick Bolas specifically for the 1999 Deluxe release. It was made to replicate the original mix from the time the song was initially tracked, as much as possible. So even when a slightly different mix of this track might exist, the now released version is not considered a true alternate mix of the track.

References
Nine Lives   < < < All Songs Unreleased Songs > > >   No Changes