Prince - Superbowl XLI Half Time Show

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5. Feb. 2007, 1:12

So here I am, 2:10 in the a.m. of a working Monday watching the Superbowl half-time show live in Belgium when I notice Prince, as sole guitarist, standing more or less still, hands in the air. And there was some definite shredding going on.

That, folks, was the most blatant subversion of pre-recording I have ever seen.

Bless you Prince, bless you.

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  • booksbydesign13

    what the hell I didnt see any of that dont slander the prince when he threw his guitar you heard feed back explain that

    5. Feb. 2007, 1:35
  • pingpong_fiasco

    that was not feedback, and if you read my post you will note i am not slandering him

    5. Feb. 2007, 1:50
  • pingpong_fiasco

    i watched it again today on youtube, and i think i was wrong.

    5. Feb. 2007, 12:54
  • TheChaosSociety

    Have you heard of a guitar technique called 'legato'? you only need to use your fretting hand for that and you can shred away...

    5. Feb. 2007, 12:58
  • pingpong_fiasco

    yeah i noticed that this morning - too much to drink by the time 1/2 time came around ...

    5. Feb. 2007, 14:02
  • schtef

    I actually bothered to try and find prince's halftime show (as there was no way I was finding my way to a TV at 7:30am on the Monday morning after Big Day Out!) and was quite impressed. I thought I saw some of the 'hands in the air shredding' and was quite confused (it's Prince!) but I guess 'legato' explains it. Funny thing was, I didn't even know who was playing in the Superbowl - just that Prince was doing the half-time show!

    8. Feb. 2007, 6:18
  • pingpong_fiasco

    thanks for all the comments on this thread - i kinda wish i has given the thread a sober second thought before beginning it - but anyway, the show did kick ass (well, the opening number anyway).

    8. Feb. 2007, 14:09
  • booksbydesign13

    hey we all see shit that didn't happen its all good prince 4 eva

    9. Feb. 2007, 5:04
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