Prince’s Proteges: Associated Artists Music Video Anthology Volume II (Sheena Easton, Tony LeMans, Kid Creole, The Time, Markita, Ingrid Chavez, Carmen Electra, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Vanity, Elisa Fiorillo, Nona Gaye, Taja Sevelle and Jill Jones)


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1. Sheena Easton: 101
2. Prince: Scandalous
3. Tony LeMans: Forever More
4. Kid Creole & The Coconuts: The Sex Of It
5. MTV Music News 1990: The Time Pandamonium LP profile and Behind The Scenes of Jerk Out (Music Video) at The Palimino Club in Los Angeles, California Interviews with The Time and Video Director Julian Temple
6. The Time: Jerk Out
7. Graffiti Bridge Official Trailer featuring The Time 1990
8. MTV Music News 1990: Interview with Morris Day and Jerome Benton about working with Prince on Graffiti Bridge
9. MTV Music News 1990: Interview with Jerome Benton and Morris Day at Paisley Park Studios discussing the plot of Graffiti Bridge. Spike Lee comments on production
10. Sinead O’Conner: Nothing Compares 2 U (Live)
11. Elisa Fiorillo: On The Way Up
12. Martika: Love…Thy Will Be Done
13. Ingrid Chavez: Elephant Boy
14. The 1992 Soul Train Awards 1992: Prince is presented “The Heritage Award”, Profile of Prince then THREE live performances in tribute to Prince. First is Stefanie Mills with How Come You Don’t Call Me Anymore, Rosie Gaine performs Nothing Compares 2 U and Patti LaBelle with Yo Mister all of which were produced by Prince, Finally included is Prince’s acceptance speech
15. Joan Rivers 1992: Interview with Robin Powers, Diamond & Pearl
16. Carmen Electra: Get On Up
17. Official Promotional Commercial for Diamonds And Pearls
18. VH1 Where Are They Now? 2000: Women Of Prince (Part 1) Apollonia, Wendy & Lisa and interview with Sheena Easton.
19. Mavis Staples: The Voice
20. Nona Gaye & Prince: Love Sign
20. Cat: Cat Scratch
21. Taja Sevelle: Love Is Contagious
22. Taja Sevelle: Popular
23. Lifestyles of The Rich and Famous Profile Jill Jones with Desiner Azzedine Alaia
24. Jill Jones: Mia Bocca
25. Ryuichi Sakamoto: You Do Me
26. VH1 Where Are They Now? 2000: Women Of Prince (Part 2) Vanity born again infamous segment on Vanity. It caused a stir at the time.
27. Soul Train Episode #375 Original Air Date November 28, 1981: The Time “Get It Up” (Performance), Interview with the band and “Cool” (Performance)
28. The Tonight Show 2001: Prince with Sheila E.: The Everlasting Now (Live)

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