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The NPG Orchestra - Kamasutra Album
The NPG Orchestra - Kamasutra Album
Performer: The NPG Orchestra
Title: Kamasutra
Label: NPG Records
Country: US
Released: 14 Feb 1997
Style: Contemporary
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1085 mb | MP3 size: 2832 mb | WMA size: 1197 mb
Genre: Classical / Screen
Tracklist

1At Last... "The Lost Is Found"3:37
2The Plan2:03
3Promise / Broken3:46
4Serotonin0:47
5Kamasutra11:49
6Coincidence Or Fate?3:24
7Cutz3:03
8Kamasutra / Overture #83:11
9Kamasutra / Eternal Embrace4:02
10Kamasutra / Eternal Embrace4:02
11The Ever Changing Light2:59
12Barcelona2:16

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NPG K1The NPG Orchestra Kamasutra ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial)NPG Records NPG K1Europe2018
HACD01The NPG Orchestra Kamasutra ‎(CD, Unofficial, Red)Not On Label (Prince)HACD01Luxembourg1995
HCD01The NPG Orchestra Kamasutra ‎(CD, Unofficial)Not On Label (Prince)HCD01Luxembourg1995
MOONRAKER 176 The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) Brave New Wold ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial)MoonrakerMOONRAKER 176 Europe1996

Credits

  • Arranged By, ConductorClare Fisher
  • Art DirectionMichael Van Huffel, Steven Parke
  • Composed By, Orchestrated By [Primary Orchestrator]The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince)
  • EngineerArne Frager, Larry Mah, Ray Hahnfeldt, Shane Keller, Steve Durkee, The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince)
  • Horns [Additional Horns, Strings, Harp, Percussion, Etc.]Brian Gallagher, Dave Jensen, Eric Leeds, Kathy Jensen, Michael Nelson, Steve Strand
  • Management [Orchestra Manager]Morris Repass
  • Mastered ByBrian Gardner, Kirk Johnson
  • Musician [Additional Horns, Strings, Harp, Percussion, Etc.]Alexander P. Iles, Andrew M. Martin, Anita A. Thompson, Anne Karam, Arni Egilsson, Assa Drori, Benjamin Simon, Betty Byers, Richard Mitchell, Robert Tricarico, Brent Fischer, Calabria McChesney, Carole Mukogawa, Cecilia Tsan, Charles Boito, Charles A Coker, Daniel L. Higgins, Dave Duke, David Randall Stone, Dennis Budimir, Don Shelton , Don Palmer, Douglas Davis, Edward P. Greene, Francine Walsh, Frederick Seykora, G. Levant, Gerald Vinci, Gladys Secunda, Harry Scorzo, Harry Shirinian, Herschel Wise, Isabelle Daskoff, Israel Baker, Jack Mimitz, Jenice Rosen, James D. Hughart, James R. Walker, James V. Ross, Joseph Meyer, John F. Reilly, John J. Mitchell, Jon C. Clark, Jorge Moraga, Judith Johnson, Judith Johnson, Larry Bunker, Leslie K. Benedict, Lisa Edelstein, Margot MacLaine, Mari Tsumura, Marie Fera, Marilyn Baker, Marilyn L. Johnson, Marshall Daniel Thomason, Morris Repass, Morton Klanfer, Murry Adler, Nancy Roth, Norma Leonard, Pamela Gates, Pamela Tomkins, Peter Hatch, Raymond Kelley, Richard Hamilton , Robert D. Carr, Robert Lezin, Robert Sushel, Ross Shub, Russel Cantor, Suzanna Giordano, C. Terry Harrington, Thomas John Ranier, Yoko Matsuda, Yvette Devereaux, Yvonne Moriarty
  • Photography By [Photograph Of Mayte]Nicole
  • Transcription By [Musical Transcriptions]Brent Fischer

Notes

Side A sequence repeats on side B.

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – NPG Records
  • Copyright (c) – NPG Records
  • Recorded At – Paisley Park Studios
  • Recorded At – Mad Hatter Studios
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering

Comments (2)
Zololmaran
Interesting addition to Prince's discography. He started work on this in 1994 and it eventually saw a release in 1997, albeit only on cassette, sold through 1-800-NEW-FUNK. Very different from his other music, but it has it's place and shows he was willing to experiment with other styles of music.
Zepavitta
I am very much enjoying this album. Another gem from Prince that is not getting any recognition. I am sure the "Let's Go Crazy" 1980's Prince fans may not like this album since the music is more of a classical style, and as usual, critics cannot figure out how to relate to the ever changing Prince, but I listen to this album whenever I want to really relax. It shows his range as an artist once again.