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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 84

2024-04-15 17:15

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 84

Final appointment dedicated to Prince.

Last instalment dedicated to Prince.



In 1990, Prince decided to create a sequel to his famous film and album "Purple Rain," titled "Graffiti Bridge." The work was heavily criticized and disappointed the audience, receiving five nominations at the Razzie Awards and being withdrawn from American theaters after only thirty days. In 1992, Prince signed a $100 million contract with Warner Bros, which was supposed to include the release of eight works. However, due to a desire for greater autonomy, Prince changed his stage name to an unpronounceable symbol, known as the "love symbol," becoming The Artist Formerly Known As Prince. With his 1992 album, known as the "Love Symbol Album," Prince began his career as an independent artist, freeing himself from contractual constraints and experimenting with new musical styles. His career continued with a series of releases and name changes, culminating in the release of the album "Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic" in 1999 and the beginning of a new phase of his artistic and personal life in the early 2000s.

Today's listening is "Call My Name," from Musicology (2004).

In 1980, another tragedy struck the band when drummer John Bonham died suddenly. Bonham's death marked the official end of Led Zeppelin, with the other members of the band announcing their dissolution in December of the same year. Led Zeppelin would sporadically reunite for special events over the years, keeping alive the memory and legacy of the legendary British band in the history of rock music.




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