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Indigo Nights

Indigo Nights
Released September 30, 2008 (21 Nights supplement)
Recorded Summer, 2007
indigO2 arena, London
Genre Pop, rock, funk
Length 76:51
Label NPG
Producer Prince
Prince chronology

Planet Earth
Indigo Nights

Indigo Nights is a live album by Prince, mainly comprising songs played live during some of the aftershows at the indigO2 night club in London in 2007. It contains eight live versions of previously released Prince songs, four cover songs, two new songs, and a monologue.[1] The CD is only sold coupled with the 21 Nights coffee table book which was released on September 30, 2008.[2] The book reached number 9 on The New York Times best selling Hardcover Nonfiction tiles.[3]

Track listing

  1. "3121" – 7:44 (contains interpolation of The Entertainer, Scott Joplin's 1902 composition, and "D.M.S.R." from 1999)
  2. "Girls & Boys" – 4:05
  3. "The Song of the Heart" – 1:39
  4. "Delirious" – 2:01
  5. "Just Like U" (Monologue) – 2:49
  6. "Satisfied" – 6:19
  7. "Beggin' Woman Blues" (previously unreleased song) – 6:43
  8. "Rock Steady" featuring Beverley Knight (Aretha Franklin cover) – 6:37
  9. "Whole Lotta Love" (Led Zeppelin cover) – 4:42
  10. "Alphabet St." – 6:09
  11. "Indigo Nights" (previously unreleased song) – 3:41
  12. "Misty Blue" featuring Shelby J. (Dorothy Moore cover) – 4:25
  13. "Baby Love" featuring Shelby J. (Mother's Finest cover) – 3:54
  14. "The One" (with guitar solo from the Graffiti Bridge track, "The Question of U") – 9:08
  15. "All the Critics Love U in London" (variation of "All the Critics Love U in New York" from 1999) – 7:05


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