Prince's 'Baby I'm a Star' appeared on 1984's 'Purple Rain,' but actually dates back to a period when he was still trying to break through.
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Prince summoned the rhythm section from his New Power Generation band in the early hours of June 14, 1993 for what became an impromptu power-trio record.
"Condition of the Heart" spoke with emotion and specificity to Prince's need to be seen as he was, not as we'd like to see him.
Prince refused to be limited to any one musical style. What did confine him, however, was the length of the music distribution model of the time.
A year after Joan Osbourne had a hit with "One of Us," Prince recorded his own version, but made a slight, but important, change to the lyric.
“Dinner With Delores,” the lead single from Prince's 'Chaos and Disorder,' arrived at a career nexus.
Take a look back at the magazines that honored Prince on their covers after his death.
As he did on 1998's "The Ride," Prince often used the blues as an excuse to show off on guitar.
Back in 1994, Prince showed he was an early adopter of technology and its possibilities when he released the CD-ROM 'Prince Interactive.'
"Soft and Wet," Prince's debut single, arrived on his 20th birthday, June 7, 1978.