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|introduction              = '''Tictactoe''' is the tenth track on [[Prince]]'s 36th album [[Album: Plectrumelectrum|Plectrumelectrum]] (the first by [[Prince]] and [[3rdEyeGirl]]).
 
|introduction              = '''Tictactoe''' is the tenth track on [[Prince]]'s 36th album [[Album: Plectrumelectrum|Plectrumelectrum]] (the first by [[Prince]] and [[3rdEyeGirl]]).
  
It is likely the track was recorded in February 2014. The magazine quotes [[Prince]] describing the recording of the track: “We recorded it in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bryan_Ferry Bryan Ferry’s] studio [[Studio One]] in London, after a night of partying for which the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cocteau_Twins Cocteau Twins] was the soundtrack. You can’t understand the words of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cocteau_Twins Cocteau Twins] songs but their harmonies put you in a dreamlike state.” It was first mentioned in an interview with [http://www.mojo4music.com/12095/prince-mojo-exclusive-interview/ Mojo Magazine] released in February 2014, describing the track as an "ethereal new ballad".
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It is likely the track was recorded in February 2014. The undermentioned magazine quotes [[Prince]] describing the recording of the track: “We recorded it in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bryan_Ferry Bryan Ferry’s] studio [[Studio One]] in London, after a night of partying for which the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cocteau_Twins Cocteau Twins] was the soundtrack. You can’t understand the words of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cocteau_Twins Cocteau Twins] songs but their harmonies put you in a dreamlike state.” It was first mentioned in an interview with [http://www.mojo4music.com/12095/prince-mojo-exclusive-interview/ Mojo Magazine] released in February 2014, describing the track as an "ethereal new ballad".
  
 
The title refers to the traditional two-player paper and pencil game [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tic-tac-toe Tic-tac-toe].
 
The title refers to the traditional two-player paper and pencil game [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tic-tac-toe Tic-tac-toe].

Latest revision as of 16:36, 14 January 2020

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Tictactoe

Plectrumelectrum album.jpg
from the album Plectrumelectrum
Song details
Performer: Prince and 3rdEyeGirl
First Released: 30 September 2014 - Plectrumelectrum
Album(s): Plectrumelectrum
Writer(s): Prince (credited to Prince and 3rdEyeGirl)
Producer(s): Prince (assumed)
Live Appearances
First and last live appearance:
  • This track is not known to have been performed by Prince
Performed regularly on tour:
  • none
Performed occasionally in shows:
  • none

Tictactoe is the tenth track on Prince's 36th album Plectrumelectrum (the first by Prince and 3rdEyeGirl).

It is likely the track was recorded in February 2014. The undermentioned magazine quotes Prince describing the recording of the track: “We recorded it in Bryan Ferry’s studio Studio One in London, after a night of partying for which the Cocteau Twins was the soundtrack. You can’t understand the words of Cocteau Twins songs but their harmonies put you in a dreamlike state.” It was first mentioned in an interview with Mojo Magazine released in February 2014, describing the track as an "ethereal new ballad".

The title refers to the traditional two-player paper and pencil game Tic-tac-toe.


Recording Information
Recording Sessions
Date Studio Additional info
February 2014 (assumed) Studio One,
London, UK
Basic tracking
Recording Personnel

Versions
Released Versions
Title Length Released Version Additional info
Tictactoe 3:37 Plectrumelectrum Studio



 
Additional Information

See also Trivia


References
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