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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 83

2024-04-15 17:10

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 83

Welcome back to the second appointment of the week dedicated to Prince.

Welcome back to the second appointment of the week dedicated to Prince.


Let's start again from what is probably Prince's most famous work, the multimedia project "Purple Rain," which established him as one of the most influential figures of the 1980s. The film, accompanied by the soundtrack of the same name, achieves extraordinary success, propelling Prince to the top of the world charts both as an artist and as an actor. "Purple Rain" wins the Oscar for Best Original Score, and the song "When Doves Cry" receives the Golden Globe for Best Original Song. Musically, the album "Purple Rain" marks a turning point for Prince, who actively involves his band, The Revolution, in the recordings, resulting in a more accessible but equally innovative sound. The film becomes an 80s cult classic and cements the artist's fame as a versatile and visionary genius. After the triumph of "Purple Rain," Prince engages in new musical and cinematic projects, exploring diverse sounds and themes. In 1985, he releases the album "Around the World in a Day," influenced by the Beatles and characterized by a variety of musical styles. The single "Raspberry Beret" becomes one of his most popular hits, confirming Prince's artistic versatility. The following year, Prince directs the film "Under the Cherry Moon," accompanied by the soundtrack "Parade." Although the musical part receives positive reviews, the film proves to be a critical and commercial flop, earning several Razzie awards. During this period, Prince collaborates with other prominent artists such as Madonna, contributing to the album "Like a Prayer" with the duet "Love Song." Also in the world of cinema, Prince participates in the creation of the soundtrack for the film "Batman," starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson.


Today, we propose listening to "Housequake," from the album "Sign o' The Times"!

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