When I was invited to write a tribute regarding my favorite Prince album, my first thought was” Now how in the heck can I do that?” My next thought was, “Well, all of them.” I mean, how on earth do you determine which is your favorite out of all of those great albums? I mean
Month: August 2017
My absolute favorite Prince album of all time is Sign O’ The Times. It was his ninth record and was released in the United States and France on March 31, 1987, and in the UK on March 30, 1987. It was also his third release on his Paisley Park record label, preceded by Parade and Around
It started many moons ago, the summer of eighth grade, 11 years old, going through life in the hood, I was going through the neighborhood DJ’s crate of music, I stumbled onto what is called Extended or 12” mixes. There was a man in a purple trench coat, red pants, boots, and hair covering one
Kim asked if I would be interested in posting about my favorite Prince album… Hmmm… This is so hard. I’ve been a fan since I watched him on American Bandstand…… “I Wanna Be Your Lover” in 1979. I was 17 and instantly fell in love. Loved everything since then, and in 1984, Purple Rain happened.
DISCLAIMER: This is my review of my experience at Paisley Park. I speak to the forward-facing piece of the organization only. I do not speak to the performance or qualifications of Graceland Holdings. I do not offer an opinion on behalf of anyone else. For thirty years I have dreamed of visiting Paisley Park.