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Thread started 05/19/17 8:44am

luvsexy4all

the graphics on DELIVERANCE cover

not mentioned yet...any significance??

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Reply #1 posted 05/19/17 10:37am

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luvsexy4all said:

not mentioned yet...any significance??

None whatsoever. I had an e-mail exchange with these folks they were not even fans of the man's music.

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Reply #2 posted 05/19/17 10:44am

thedance

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no matter what to say... you just can't deny:

"Deliverance".. glad it was released/ leaked.. because that's an amazing, brilliant song. heart

Reminds me a bit of the song "Wow" from Prince & 3rd Eye Girl,

The 1st track on the album... right, both are really great songs imho. music

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Reply #3 posted 05/19/17 10:48am

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thedance said:

no matter what to say... you just can't deny:

"Deliverance".. glad it was released/ leaked.. because that's an amazing, brilliant song. heart

Reminds me a bit of the song "Wow" from Prince & 3rd Eye Girl,

The 1st track on the album... right, both are really great songs imho. music

Then let the estate have it and not these two asshats who are just looking to put money in their pockets. It is the worst of the old music industry tricks.

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Strangers who had nothing to do with the creation of the music get to reap the profits.

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Reply #4 posted 05/19/17 10:50am

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blah blah blah... I just dont' care much about that aspect...

I am just thankful to get to hear whats left in the vault.

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Reply #5 posted 05/19/17 10:51am

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thedance said:

blah blah blah... I just dont' care much about that aspect...

I am just thankful to get to hear whats left in the vault.

Well that is obvious. It is okay for these nobodies to steal as long as you get to hear it.

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Reply #6 posted 05/19/17 12:38pm

PurpleYoda3121

laurarichardson said:

thedance said:

blah blah blah... I just dont' care much about that aspect...

I am just thankful to get to hear whats left in the vault.

Well that is obvious. It is okay for these nobodies to steal as long as you get to hear it.

But George Ian Boxill did work on it. The people who would benefit if his estate was the one selling it certainly didn't contribute.

U fall in love 2 fast and hate 2 soon
And take 4 granted the feeling’s mutual
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Reply #7 posted 05/19/17 1:02pm

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PurpleYoda3121 said:

laurarichardson said:

Well that is obvious. It is okay for these nobodies to steal as long as you get to hear it.

But George Ian Boxill did work on it. The people who would benefit if his estate was the one selling it certainly didn't contribute.

But legally the money should be going to his estate. If you created something would you be happy seeing the proceeds go to complete strangers rather than your family. People can think whatever they want to think about Prince's family he took care of them so he must have cared and he did not write a will that wrote them out therefore he knew they would inheirit. His own father did not have a will and he was the executor of his father's estate. He knew what was going to happen.

Ian is an engineer and admits to adding some chorus to the songs. Do you really think he actively worked with Prince to create this project? If he did why would Prince have him sign an agreement saying he would have no ownership of the material the same agreement he made all engineers sign.

The estate is saying the material is copyrighted do you think that Prince let this guy get any of the copyright on this material while it was being created?

Next you will be okay with the material being used in a butt creme commercial with all of the proceeds going to Boxhill and these two idiots who are running this bullshit record company.

Susan Rogers worked on Prince's music engineer I do not see her name on any songs as a writer and I am sure scores of other people worked with him over the years but turning knob does not make you a copyright holder or songwriter.

[Edited 5/19/17 13:04pm]

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Reply #8 posted 05/19/17 4:14pm

coldasice

Ok I don't understand why people say they don't want P's songs touched, but yet are going crazy over these songs that were finished by others. It's almost obvious what P did and didn't do on the songs. The song Deliverance seems especially "Unlike" Prince production wise.
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Reply #9 posted 05/20/17 4:21am

MiceElfAgin

luvsexy4all said:

not mentioned yet...any significance??

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What do you mean?

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Reply #10 posted 05/20/17 5:38am

Doozer

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I believe the OP was wanting a discussion on the artwork for this collection, not whether or not any of us condone its release.

Personally, I think the cover art was just made to be purple and geometric with no real underlying meaning. It was also likely created without Prince's involvement or approval, so whatever it may represent (if anything) is someone else's statement about the songs on the EP, not Prince's.
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