A Good Neighbor: Remembering Prince

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  1. alexandra says:

    This is not going to wash over me anytime soon. Thanks for entering my life, thanks for walking in and keeping me company. I love you.

  2. Green Girl in Wisconsin says:

    You’re right, he IS OUR ELVIS.
    I adore how he was so magnificently himself while still being humble and gracious, well-mannered and daring. So classy. Not many artists have all of those qualities.
    I’ve been humming his hits all week.

  3. jenny_o says:

    I missed this one … busy raising a young family and never that much into rock past the 70’s … but I can tell you I’ve learned a lot about him in the past week, and it’s almost entirely good. That, in itself, says a great deal about him. I’m sorry, too. You have a great daughter there, by the way. Hope that shoulder starts behaving soon.

  4. Monica says:

    oh yes, I was / am / will be 4ever a true Prince fan
    He came to Oslo in 1988, and I was there at the concert. I went crazy as he entered the stage in a white limo! He was indeed a fabulous genius!
    So sad he is no longer there… but is music will live on and on!!

  5. kmkat says:

    In 1984 I was 35 and pregnant with Elder Son, but I went to see Purple Rain. His was not the soundtrack of my life, but I mourn, too.

  6. Jono says:

    He was just getting going when I left the Twin Cities and moved to the North Woods where the only music I heard for the next ten years came out of me. He was a talented and prolific artist and everyone wanted to know him. Like so many before him, too soon gone.

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