Prince And The Revolution - Salvador Dali E.P. FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Soul and Funk music
Title: Salvador Dali E.P.
Style: Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1112 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1231 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1993 mb
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Parade is the eighth studio album by American recording artist Prince, and the fourth and final album to feature The Revolution as his backing band. It also was the soundtrack album to the 1986 film Under the Cherry Moon, directed by and starring Prince. It was released on March 31, 1986 by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros.
The Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation proudly presents at the Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol the exhibition Dalí and Gaudí. The Revolution of the Originality Sentiment, which will be among the exhibitions featured in the Gaudí International Year 2002. Dalí was one of the first advocates of the figure and work of Antoni Gaudí, when the latter had been proscribed by modernists and "noucentistes".
The Revolution was originally the live backing band for Prince in the early years of his career. The band is noted for its diverse range of musicians, which wasn’t very common in the 1980s and inspired by what Sly Stone did with The Family Stone.
Although Prince's songwriting is at a peak, the presence of the Revolution pulls the music into sharper focus, giving it a tougher, more aggressive edge. And, with the guidance of Wendy and Lisa, Prince pushed heavily into psychedelia, adding swirling strings to the dreamy "Take Me With U" and the hard rock of "Baby I'm a Star. Even with all of his new, but uncompromising, forays into pop, Prince hasn't abandoned funk, and the robotic jam of "Computer Blue" and the menacing grind of "Darling Nikki" are among his finest songs.
Salvador Dalí (1904 – 1989) was a Spanish artist who is most famous for his works in Surrealism, an influential 20th century movement, primarily in art and literature. Surrealist artists rejected the rational in art; and instead aimed to channel the unconscious to unlock the power of imagination. Dali used extensive symbolism in his work. Recurring images in his paintings include elephants with brittle legs which evoke weightlessness; ants, thought to be his symbol for decay and death; and melting watches, perhaps symbolic of non-linear human perception of time. Here are the 10 most famous paintings of Salvador Dali including The Persistence of Memory, Galatea of the Spheres and The Great Masturbator. Spanish Title: Jirafa en llamas. The Burning Giraffe (1937).
Now hearing this remastered by Prince himself seems to honor his music and reflect on his genius. 25 people found this helpful.
Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989). Dalí, born in Spain, was a skilled draftsman, best known for the striking and bizarre images in his surrealist work. Salvador Dali - The Persistence Of Memory Canvas Art Cheap Print Wall Art. £1. 4. Abstract Canvas Prints. Animal Canvas Prints. Salvador Dali - Christ of Saint John of the Cross 1951'. Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989) Metamorphosis of Narcissus Salvador Dali - Poster Canvas Art print A4 A3 A2 A1. £. 9.
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Featuring, Bass – StingFeaturing, Guitar – Ron Wood
|B2||The Roof Is On Fire|
- Recorded At – Wembley Arena
NotesFold out poster sleeve
Audience recording of the 'Parade' tour held in London, Wembley Arena 14. August 1986
Also issued on white label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): X42016 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): X-42016 B
|X 42016, X-42016||Prince And The Revolution||Salvador Dali E.P. (7", EP, Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Not On Label (Prince And The Revolution), Not On Label (Prince And The Revolution)||X 42016, X-42016||UK||Unknown|