Tonight on Chill we’re playing this special mix remembering and celebrating Prince with some of his most chilled songs. Some are well known and some are rare, with a selection of covers and tributes by other artists an hour into the non-stop mix. The show concludes with Prince’s songs taking us on a journey through death and into a life he talked about and believed in.

First hour:

Prince For You
Prince Love
Prince 7 (acoustic version)
Prince Tangerine
Prince Curious Child
Prince Young And Beautiful
Prince Reflection
Prince Eye Love U But Eye Don’t Trust U Anymore
Prince U’re Gonna C Me
Prince So Blue
Prince Te Amo Corazen
Prince Do U Lie
Prince Walk In Sand
Prince The Other Side Of The Pillow
Prince Crazy U
Prince Sea Of Everything
Prince Here On Earth
Prince Objects In The Mirror
Prince A Case Of U (Joni Mitchell cover)

Special mix of covers:

Hitboutique Diamonds And Pearls
Soulounge feat. Roger Cicero How Come You Don’t Call Me Anymore
Mike Zito and The Wheel Little Red Corvette
Anders Johansson Most Beautiful Girl In The World
Damien Rice When Doves Cry
Susanna and The Magical Orchestra Condition Of The Heart
Jimmy Scott Nothing Compares 2 U

End of show:

The New Power Generation Orchestra & Prince 3rd Eye
Prince One Nite Alone
Prince Solo
Prince There Is Lonely
Prince Sometimes It Snows In April
The New Power Generation Orchestra & Prince Welcome 2 The Dawn (acoustic version)
The New Power Generation Orchestra & Prince Comeback

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  1. Still haven’t listened 2 all the show, But I was just sitting in my room thinking; If only Chill would play ‘sweet baby’ or ‘when god created woman’ even ‘Sometimes it snows… …then suddenly! Thank god! But a special thanks 2 MUSIC n Chill ofcourse for playing some beautiful obscure Prince tracks.
    I’ve got a bag full of Prince music hidden! I only left a few out cause i was embarrassed that I had so many. But he left us with sooo much really truly good music. A modern day composer. Thanks for sharing Chill! you’ve made me realise i’m not alone in my admiration for the composer Prince Rogers Nelson.

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