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  1. "I Wanna Be Your Lover" is a song by American recording artist Prince.It was released on August 24, 1979, as the lead single from his second album, Prince.The song was Prince's first major hit single in the United States, reaching number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 on January 26, 1980, holding the number 11 position for two weeks, and peaking at number one on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles ...

  2. James Brown had the Apollo. Jimi Hendrix had Monterey Pop. And Prince had Syracuse, New York’s Carrier Dome—the March 30, 1985 Purple Rain Tour stop that was beamed to millions live via satellite and captured for posterity in the Grammy Award-nominated concert film Prince and The Revolution: Live , and which has since gone down in history as one of the most iconic live recordings in pop ...

  3. "Lover" is a song written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift for her seventh studio album Lover (2019). Produced by Jack Antonoff and Swift, the song was released as the album's third single on August 16, 2019, via Republic Records.

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    Prince, Soundtrack: Under the Cherry Moon. Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Mattie Shaw, a jazz singer and social worker, and John L. Nelson, a lyricist and pianist. His father's stage name was "Prince Rogers". His parents were both from African-American families from Louisiana. They separated during his youth, which lead him to move back and forth. Prince had a ...

  5. Barry Gibb discusses Carson, Bee Gees, brother Andy, Streisand, McCartney, Dolly, Letterman, Leno, Hope, Burns, and being knighted by Prince Charles. Marion: GSI 06/09/22 : NEWS, June 2 The Bee Gees in the 1970s: Decades Releases 30 sep. 2022 Pre order now

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  7. Prince made his debut on the record label with his 1978 album, For You. It wasn't a strong successful album, however it was fair for a beginning artist and ranked 163 on the U.S. Pop Charts. Prince's next releases would tend to do much better on the charts with his singles, "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?" and I Wanna Be Your Lover in 1979.