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Prince: The Glory Years (2007)

Not Rated | | Documentary | Video April 2008
New documentary featuring rare and classic performances, live and studio footage, brand new interviews and seldom seen photographs.

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Tom O'Dell
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Pepé Willie Pepé Willie ... Himself
Marcy Ingvoldstad Marcy Ingvoldstad ... Herself
Kristie Lazenberry Kristie Lazenberry ... Herself
David Rivkin David Rivkin ... Himself
Dez Dickerson Dez Dickerson ... Himself
Peggy Blum Peggy Blum ... Herself (as Peggy McCreary-Blum)
Alan Leeds Alan Leeds ... Himself
Clare Fischer Clare Fischer ... Himself
Brent Fischer Brent Fischer ... Himself
Gayle Chapman Gayle Chapman ... Herself
Roy Bennett Roy Bennett ... Himself
Anthony DeCurtis Anthony DeCurtis ... Himself
Paul Gambaccini Paul Gambaccini ... Himself (as Paul Gampaccinni)
Terrence Jackson Terrence Jackson ... Himself
Randy Barber Randy Barber
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New documentary featuring rare and classic performances, live and studio footage, brand new interviews and seldom seen photographs.

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Official Site

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UK

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English

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April 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

In Memory of Prince See more »

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Prism Films See more »
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Color
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Great Look at Prince in the 80's
22 April 2016 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Prince: The Glory Years (2007)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Ex-managers, ex-band mates, ex-sound engineers and various other "ex" people connected to Prince are on hand for this UK documentary that discusses the legends most popular period, which was in the 1984 when songs like 1999 and albums like Purple Rain took over the airwaves and made Prince able to do whatever he wanted.

If you're a fan of Prince then you already know that he was pretty tight on what could and couldn't be done with his music so it's rather refreshing that we do get a documentary that uses his actual music. With that said, I found this documentary to be highly entertaining because it's a great reminder of the various albums and movies that he was making throughout the decade but it also gives you an insight to how Prince liked to work and how he was constantly mixing things up.

The interviews are extremely good and it's nice getting to hear from people who actually worked with the legend and the albums. Another major selling point is that we get clips from countless videos and as I said, the use of the music is a major plus.


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