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Prince and the Purple Rain Era Studio Sessions: 1983 and 1984 Hardcover

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Amazing work.
Valuable research and a terrific perspective--Alan Leeds, tour manager, production manager for Prince.
Duane Tudahl has uncovered the hard work and real time hours behind the genius that was Prince. An awesome lifetime task that will hopefully lead to future volumes.--Steve Parke, Paisley Park artist and author of 'Picturing Prince'.
Duane Tudahl's meticulously researched work is truly remarkable. It shows how closely Prince's work was intertwined with his life. Providing unique insights into Prince's creative process and personality, this book is a must for anyone wanting to understand this exceptionally talented and driven artist."--Per Nilsen, author of 'DanceMusicSexRomance' and 'The Vault'
Archivist, interviewer, and discerning fan Duane Tudahl has delivered a fly-on-the-wall account of some of Prince's most important and productive years in the studio. This book bristles with energy, passion, and knowledge, and stands as an essential documentation of Prince's work and artistic process.--Alex Hahn, author of 'Possessed: The Rise and Fall of Prince and The Rise of Prince'
The level of detail in the book is phenomenal. PrinceVault will be forever in debt to the research that Tudahl
Prince insiders eagerly anticipate Duane Tudahl's book for the thoroughness and diligence he has brought to his investigation. His work has the rare qualities of a good reporter's objectivity coupled with an insider's instinct for the true story.--Susan Rogers, Prince's recording engineer (1983-1988)
About the Author
Duane Tudahl has worked in entertainment for over 25 years and has produced and/or directed documentary programming for the History Channel, CBS, GTV, Fox, Discovery, Pax, the Gospel Music Channel, the Food Channel, Tru-TV, and HGTV among others. He has also been an editor on multiple Emmy-nominated programs including Intervention, Unsolved Mysteries, and Cops. He is a former stand-up comic and has been writing about Prince and the Minneapolis music scene for two decades.

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