Prince Rogers Nelson: The Greatest Recording Artist of All Time – by Gee Malone

The different facets of his artistry may be debated. For instance, we can argue the guitar-playing, but only with Hendrix. We can argue the songwriting with maybe a few like a Joni Mitchell. We can argue the piano/keyboard/synthesizer with, say, like a Stevie Wonder. We can argue the showmanship with, say. like a James Brown. We can argue the falsetto with the likes of a Smokey Robinson or Phillip Bailey. We can argue the stage presence with, say, Marvin Gaye or Elvis. We can argue the dancing with a Michael Jackson. We can argue the song arrangements with, say, a Gamble & Huff. He was obviously influenced by several of the aforementioned.

HOWEVER, when it comes to one artist bringing everything together, then there is no comparison.

When it comes to genre-crossing, no comparison.

When it comes to being prolific, nobody compares.

Prince’s 38-year run in the music profession is the GOLD STANDARD!

#PurpleMusic4Ever

 

Β© 2017 Gee Malone

One thought on “Prince Rogers Nelson: The Greatest Recording Artist of All Time – by Gee Malone

  1. Prince is the greatest musician of all time and guitarist he is the best no one will ever compare 2 him I miss him so much he is also the greatest instrumentalist as well played over 27 instruments mane an artist who can do that? And he is a great actor too o love him for who he is inside and out such a beautiful angel may he rest in paradise πŸ™Œβ˜οΈπŸ™πŸ˜πŸ˜ŠπŸ’œ

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