Prince: Lovesexy Live Trailer

Prince: Lovesexy Live Trailer (1989)

"Love Is The Only Way" 19 April 1989 Music 122 mins

Lovesexy Live was the fifth Prince home video to be released and second live concert released on Home Video format. It was first released on 2 cassettes under the name of "Lovesexy Live 1" and "Lovesexy Live 2" in Europe. Confusingly Vol.1 contained the latter part of the concert, while Vol.2 contained the first part. The concert was later re-released as Lovesexy Live on one cassette (of 127 minutes) and on laserdisc.

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Cast

Prince

as Himself

Sheila E.

as Herself

Crew

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 19 April 1989

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