Category: Blues Rock

Call My Name - Prince - Musicology (CD, Album)


  1. Sep 24,  · Official Music video for "Call My name" from our "Crazy" album. Footage shot in Tanzania in Colleen, her husband, and her extended family all .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cardsleeve CD release of Musicology on Discogs/5(31).
  3. The album that launched Prince into the mainstream on a catapult wire. He stripped down some of his trademark funk's heavier overtones, and dressed it back up with infectious pop hooks and heavy metal guitar licks. At once organic and ornate, this revolutionary album proved more successful than the film of the same name.
  4. Call My Name was available as a promotional single from the album Musicology (the third single overall), available in Fall, A few months before the promotional release, however, Silver Tongue (Demo) was released on the NPG Music Club Musicology Download Store as a "virtual b-side" to Call My Name, although Call My Name itself was not available as an individual download, and no promos.
  5. Prince's star faded not long after he won emancipation from Warner Brothers in , as he abandoned the mainstream so he could follow his whims however he rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfo meant that he effectively started making records for nobody but himself, whether that meant triple-disc collections of new material or an all-instrumental smooth jazz album, and in short order, his fans started dwindling away to 7/
  6. Prince ‎– Musicology Label: NPG Records ‎– , Legacy ‎– , The Prince Estate ‎– S1.
  7. I'm actually feelin' every song that's on this CD. Can't to pick up ASAP. Congrats Prince 4 a beauitful and knockout album that it's tight. I urge non-Prince fans to go pick it up as possible. same w/ Prince fans 2. Well gotta run. Enjoy "Musicology" by Prince. Fav. songs: Musicology, Call my Name /5().
  8. Call My Name is the fifth track on Prince's 28th studio album Musicology, and in July , Call My Name was released as a promo-only single in North America. On 13 February , the track won the Grammy Award for "Best Male R&B Vocal Performance", beating Charlene by Anthony Hamilton, Happy People by rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfo, What We Do Here by Brian McKnight, and Burn by Usher.