PRINCE – ” Nothing Compares 2 U “ — The Unheard Version!

 

In 1984, Prince recorded a song called “Nothing Compares 2 U,” which, rather than release it himself, he sent to Paul “St. Paul” Peterson of The Family. The band, which Prince had assembled, recorded the track for Prince’s label, Paisley Park Records, and it appeared on their debut album. But the song remained a largely […]

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Early draft of Prince’s memoir to be released later this year — Consequence of Sound

Prior to his tragic passing, Prince was working on his memoir. It was to be called The Beautiful One and promised to take readers on an “unconventional and poetic journey through his life and creative work” beginning with his earliest childhood memories through his iconic Super Bowl Halftime performance in 2007. At the time of his…

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John Oates offers update on new Hall & Oates music, says they’re interested in “a series of singles” — Consequence of Sound

Last month Daryl Hall and John Oates surprised fans old and new by releasing their first new song in over 15 years. Called “Philly Forget Me Not”, the cut followed the announcement of an expansive 40-date North American tour. Now, in a new interview on Kyle Meredith With…, Oates addresses the possibility of more new music. “Perhaps. I…

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Top Of The Pile Reviews Jan-March 2018

The first quarter of 2018 has continued where 2017 left off, delivering more great music! These are the reviews I gave 8/10 and above to.

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This Year’s Model Is Still Elvis Costello at His Angry Best (with great videos!) — Consequence of Sound

“I’m sorry ladies and gentlemen. There’s no reason to do this song here.” The words are arguably as famous as any performer has ever uttered on Saturday Night Live. Elvis Costello didn’t get so much as two verses off of “Less Than Zero” before he abruptly waved the song off, instead directing his backing band,…

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