The song was being performed for the first time in public, with newly recruited guitarist Wendy Melvoin strumming the chorus-smeared intro chords, aged just 19. Outside the venue, sound engineer and producer David Z sat in a recording truck filled with the newest and highest quality equipment, at Prince’s management’s request. For Prince, recording live shows was nothing new: he was constantly critiquing his and his bands’ performances. This time though, neither the group nor the engineers had any idea they were about to lay down one of the most iconic songs in pop history, on one of the most influential albums of all time. The closing trilogy of Prince’s best-selling album, ‘I Would Die 4 U’, ‘Baby I’m A Star’, and ‘Purple Rain’, were all recorded live that night. - DJ Mag's 'SOLID GOLD: HOW PRINCE'S ICONIC ALBUM 'PURPLE RAIN' INFLUENCED ELECTRONIC MUSIC' 🙌⠀
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