The administrators of the estate of Prince bring later this year a new album with never before released material from the late singer. The plate must be at the end of september come true, says Troy Carter, on behalf of the administrators at Variety.
In the past two years has figured out what Prince are all still on the shelf had been lying. “He kept everything,” says Carter. “There are decades of music and videos, and it took a lot of time to get it all gone through and the historical context to examine. Where does this come from, with whom he works together, where it was recorded, what year and what was the final version?”
Eventually there were songs found that are not retained should be for the fans, as were the administrators of the estate. “There we have the last hand is imposed and it comes this autumn.”
Nothing Compares 2 You
Friday it was the original version of the song Nothing Compares 2 U by Prince released. The song was, six years before Sinéad O’connor with the number one hit single, scored, recorded by Prince, Eric Leeds on saxophone and backing vocals from Susannah Melvoin and Paul Peterson. The images were found along with never-before-seen repetitiebeelden of Prince & The Revolution on which they in the summer of 1984, the choreography on the song to practice.
Saturday it was exactly two years ago that Prince was found dead in his residential complex Paisley Park. Research showed that he had died from an overdose of fentanyl, an opiate. Last week it was announced that justice in the US and nobody is going to prosecute for the death of the pop star.