Parade (Live on PULS) 48​.​000 kHz​/​24bit

by Jordan Prince

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On June 28, 2016 Jordan Prince was named the Bavarian Radio Artist of the Week. He and his band from Munich performed two songs live on PULS. "Parade," from his 2015 EP, The Parade, and a new song "Woman (One of These Days)."


I think I'll start a routine where I will drink until the meat behind my eye throbs. Pour another remedy into my cup and I'll get drunk while you're away doll. Wet my lips, another quip on politics until I stumble on my way home. Change of clothes, the stench of old routine and smokes, guess I'll be late, can I use your phone?
Gravel down here on the floor, but still need more when all the ceilings turn back to one. Find my way, listening to no one who will say, "You've had too much." I'm still having fun. Last call, lights out, "Can someone please lend a hand? For this young man is having trouble, with getting to his feet, let's get him out there on the street. Last thing he said was, 'Another double.'" Drag my bones through the city like a parade.
I want this world to see what it has made.


released June 28, 2016
Words and Music by: Jordan Prince
Live Version recorded by: Norbert Hofmann at Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich
Keys/Vocals: Henny Gröblehner
Percussion: Marc Boysen
Bass: Johannes Oberauer



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Recently named Süddeutsche Zeitung's Band der Woche, Jordan Prince is an American Singer-Songwriter from New Orleans, LA climbing up the folk music charts in Germany.


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