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Rave Un2 The Year 2000

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Rave Un2 The Year 2000 is footage of a special concert by Prince (then under the name of The Artist Formally Known As PrincePrince love symbol) filmed at Paisley Park on 18 December 1999 and televised on Pay-Per-View on 31 December to mark the turning of the Millennium. Rave Un2 The Year 2000 features special guest performances from The Time, Larry Graham and Lenny Kravitz and is notable in that Prince performed what was intended to be his final ever rendition of 1999, deeming song would lose its relevance post New Years Day 2000 (in more recent years he performs the song in his concerts). The song The Christ is a renaming of the 1987 track The Cross. Originally released on VHS on 5 June 2000 the footage was reissued on DVD on 10 April 2006. It is certified Gold by the RIAA.

Performers

Vocals/Guitar
The Artist Formally Known As Prince
Drums
Kirk Johnson
Keyboards
Morris Hayes
Kip Blackshire
Bass Guitar
Larry Graham
Guitar
Mike Scott
Baritone Sax
Kathy Jensen
Trombone
Mike Nelson
Trumpet
Dave Jensen

Tracklist

  1. Let's Go Crazy (2:09)
  2. She's Always In My Hair (2:34)
  3. U've Got The Look (2:29)
  4. Kiss (3:34)
  5. Jungle Love [performed by The Time] (4:16)
  6. The Bird [performed by The Time] (4:21)
  7. American Woman [feat. Lenny Kravitz] (6:40) 1
  8. Fly Away [feat. Lenny Kravitz] (5:08) 2
  9. Gett Off (2:34)
  10. Medley (6:32)
  11. It's Alright (2:26) 3
  12. Everyday People [feat. Larry Graham] (8:15) 4
  13. Higher [feat. Larry Graham] (5:00) 5
  14. Purple Rain (11:45)
  15. The Christ (5:05)
  16. Blues Medley [feat. Maceo Parker] (11:28)
  17. Nothing Compares 2 U (4:14)
  18. Take Me With U / Raspberry Beret (4:50)
  19. Greatest Romance (3:32)
  20. Baby Knows (3:37)
  21. 1999 [Intro] (2:36)
  22. Baby I'm A Star (1:25)
  23. 1999 (7:32)
  24. End Credits (1:34)

1 Written by Jack Richardson.
2 Written by Lenny Kravitz.
3 Written by Larry Graham.
4 Written by Sly Stone.
5 Written by Sly Stone (as I Want To Take You Higher).

Data

Released
5 June 2000
Running Time
132 minutes
Format(s)
VHS & DVD

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