'To get through this thing called life'. Prince has gone to that afterworld he spoke of. And again, I can't seem to wrap my mind around this news. Incredibly creative. Aside from his own body of work, there's all the music he made with and for others. He was a colorful male peacock. He fearlessly expressed his sensuality. And talented? Beyond words.
His song. Won a Grammy in 1985, Best R & B song.
Uploaded by fluxion23 on 2009-10-29.
Prince wrote and produced this. Brilliant percussionist Sheila E
"The Glamorous Life" was originally intended to be recorded by the short-lived replacement act for Vanity 6, girl group Apollonia 6. Prince allegedly had sev...
He co-wrote and plays on this.
Uploaded by lanhousemissao on 2010-04-23.
Another Prince song. He gave this one to The Bangles.
Music video by The Bangles performing Manic Monday. (C) 1985 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
His girl Vanity passed earlier this year. Prince wrote and produced this one too.
Vanity 6 Nasty Girl
From the 2004 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynn, Dhani Harrison, Prince (and others). Both he and George Harrison were inducted that year. Finesse and dignity with perfect tone, the artist known as Prince demonstrates why Alicia Keys said this at his induction: "There are many kings. King Henry VIII, King Solomon, King Tut, King James, King Kong, the three kings, but there is only one Prince. Only one man who has defied description, defied the obvious and all the rules of the game ... an experienced singer, who, in a river of words can only be identified by his music," (from Cleveland.com)
Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and others perform "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" at the 2004 Hall of Fame Inductions. http://rockhall.com/ Visi...