is an album by American musician Prince
, released in 2003. Its genre is jazz
, and the 5 tracks were taken from soundchecks during the One Nite Alone...
tour. The first 3 tracks are instrumentals named after the location they were recorded. The fourth track is an instrumental with Prince repeating "Tokyo" and was recorded in Tokyo. The fifth track is a live rendition of "Empty Room" (recorded October 25
), an outtake originally intended for the album The Gold Experience
, though the song was likely written ca. August 4
, when it was first recorded. The song is reported to have been written and recorded for Susannah Melvoin
after relationship difficulty. There was a clip made for the song but it remains unreleased. The album is highly experimental and reminiscent of the Madhouse
project. It is 33 minutes long and was available as an MP3
file from Prince's NPG Music Club
, but is now legally unavailable.
- "Copenhagen" – 10:07
- "Nagoya" – 8:53
- "Osaka" – 5:53
- "Tokyo" – 5:09
- "Empty Room" – 4:01