Parade (Music From The Motion Picture Under The Cherry Moon) Prince & The Revolution
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- 1Christopher Tracy's Parade02:11
- 2New Position02:20
- 3I Wonder U01:40
- 4Under The Cherry Moon02:57
- 5Girls & Boys05:30
- 6Life Can Be So Nice03:13
- 7Venus De Milo01:55
- 9Do U Lie?02:44
- 12Sometimes It Snows In April06:48
Info for Parade (Music From The Motion Picture Under The Cherry Moon)
Under The Cherry Moon is the fourth track on Prince's eighth album Parade, the third to be credited to Prince and the Revolution. Four months after the album's release, the track was also included as a b-side on the album's third single in the UK and Europe, Girls & Boys (not released in North America). In 1989, the track was included as the third and final track on a album re-release of Kiss, the album's first single. The track also serves as the title track of Prince's second feature film, Under The Cherry Moon, although Prince chose to give the soundtrack album the title Parade, with the subtitle 'Music from the motion picture Under The Cherry Moon'.
Although Under The Cherry Moon was played live as an instrumental on occasional dates during the Purple Rain Tour, initial tracking in the studio only took place after the tour ended, on 17 April, 1985 at Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA, USA, with Prince recording the drum track in sequence of Wendy's Parade, New Position, I Wonder U and Under The Cherry Moon, all in one take. He then layered other instruments over all four tracks. Clare Fischer arranged and recorded orchestration for the song at some point in mid-late 1985 at Monterey Sound Studios, Glendale, CA, USA, but Prince preferred the track without orchestration, and chose to use the track without orchestration for the final release. Prince's father, John L. Nelson, receives co-writing credit, although his input is uncertain.
Prince, all vocals and instruments
Violins: Isabelle Daskoff, Francine Walsh, Mari Botnik, Pam Gates, Janice Gower, Karen Jones, Betty Moor, Irma Neumann, Assa Drori, Bill Hymanson, Oscar Chasow, Ron Clark, Henry Ferber, Erne Granat, Ed Green, Bill Hybel, Reggie Hill, Pat Johnson, Don Palmer, Sheldon Sanov, Joe Schonbrun, Terry Schonbrun and Harold Wolf
Violas: Pam Goldsmith, Margot Maclaine, Carol Mukagawa, Myer Bello, Alan Deverich, Norman Forrest, Alan Harshman, Jorge Moraga and David Stock
Cellos: Jim Arkatoff, Ray Kelley, Ray Kramer and Fred Seykora
Basses: Chuck Dominico and Arni Egilsson
Woodwinds: Gene Cipriano, Don Ashworth, John Clarke, Dave Edwards, Gary Foster, Jim Kanter, John Lowe, Dick Mitchell, Jack Nimitz, Joe Soldo and Bob Tricarico
Trumpets: Ray Brown, Rich Cooper, Bob Findley, Larry Ford, Bob O'Donnell and Al Vizutti
Trombones: Garnett Brown, Charles Loper, Morris Repass and Bill Watrous
French Horns: Marni Johnson, David Duke, Joe Myer, Brian O'Connor, Calvin Smith and Jim Thatcher
Tuba: Tommy Johnson
Tympani and percussion: Brent Fischer
Produced, Composed, Arranged & Performed by Prince & the Revolution
Orchestra composed & arranged by Clare Fischer
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