1984 was an Oscars kinda year in R&B! The latest JCC podcast contains Prince, Stevie, Ray and more!
Can you stand the suspense? Well, worry no more-the top ten is here.
Dearly beloved…here’s Part 2 of our Prince podcast!
It’s a Purple Top 10, as the Kid from Minneapolis finishes near the top of our list…but he’s not #1. Find out who was in the final installment of the ’80s best albums!
We’re hopping in the wayback machine to take a look at the one and only album released by Apollonia 6!
Is the water warm enough for you to enjoy this interview with the Revolution, which was filmed just prior to their historic reunion show last week?
“I never had as much fun as I had with the original seven… and it ain’t over yet,” Morris Day says wistfully on the spoken intro to his old band’s comeback record, Condensate. Morris Day and The Time – here renamed The Original 7ven because, well, mentor Prince’s copyright-related peccadilloes have gotten the better of him in recent years – may not have released an album together in 21 years, but you wouldn’t know that from listening to Condensate. Not only […]
Originally published 11/1/10 When dealing with someone whose released approximately 600 albums during his lifetime, it’s best to go piece by piece. When it comes to Prince, we’re gonna go five at a time. When we last left the Purple Yoda, he was on the verge of megastardom. “1999” was his biggest pop success, and set the stage for… “Purple Rain” (1984)– By the time “1999” hit, Prince was feeling himself so much, he convinced his label (and film studio […]