Warner Bros publish Prince’s fifteenth album : ‘Come’ (1994)

Prince’s ‘Come’ is his fifteenth studio album released on August 16, 1994.

Track Listing : 1.Come (Prince) – 11:13 . 2.Space (Prince) – 04:28 . 3.Pheromone (Prince) – 05:08 . 4.Loose! (Prince) – 03:26 . 5.Papa (Prince) – 02:48 . 6.Race (Prince) – 04:28 . 7.Dark (Prince) – 06:10 . 8.Solo (David Henry Hwang, Prince) – 03:48 . 9.Letitgo (Prince) – 05:32 . 10.Orgasm (Prince) – 01:39

Musicians : Prince – Vocals, Instruments . Tommy Barbarella – Keyboards On (2 – 7) . Mr. Hayes – Keyboards On (2 – 7) . Sonny T. – Bass On (2 – 5 – 7) . Michael B. – Drums On (2 – 5 – 7) . Brian Gallagher – Tenor Saxophone On (1 – 6 – 7 – 9) . Kathy J. – Baritone Saxophone On (1 – 6 – 7 – 9) . Joseph Robinson – Trumpet On (1 – 6 – 7 – 9) . Steve Strand – Trumpet On (1 – 6 – 7 – 9) . Dave Jensen – Trumpet On (1 – 6 – 7 – 9) . Michael B. Nelson – Trombone On (1 – 6 – 7 – 9) . Ricky Peterson – Keyboards On (9) . Eric Leeds – Flute On (9) . Mayte – Backing Vocals On (6) . Kathleen Bradford – Backing Vocals On (9) . Jearlyn Steele Battle – Face The Music Looped Sample On (6) . Vanity – Partner On (10)

Production : Produced By Prince . Chronic Freeze – Engineer, Mastering, Mixing . Ray Hahnfeldt – Engineer, Mixing . Prince – Engineer, Mixing . Tom Tucker – Engineer, Mixing

Recorded 1991–1994 At Paisley Park Records, Chanhassen, Mn; The Record Plant, Los Angeles; Larrabee Sound Studios, Los Angeles.

Released On August 16, 1994 By Warner Bros.

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Rolling Stone
Maybe someone who has contributed so much, whose ideas have broadened the very canvas on which everyone else works, deserves to trash everything while waiting for the next inspiration to arrive. That doesn’t mean we have to suffer patiently beside him. […]

Wilson & Alroy’s Record Reviews
. There’s a fair amount of top-quality material (the single “Letitgo” which soars and thumps at the same time; the soulful “Dark”; the chilling child abuse tale “Papa”), just not as much as we’d come to expect. […]

adriandenning.co.uk
The sound of lapping waves interweaves between the various tunes. It becomes apparent by the final track, the very literally titled orgasm, what the point was. A track even Frank Zappa wouldn’t have placed on an album because you know, it’s not funny. We don’t want to picture Prince in our minds, ‘making love’. […]

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