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Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...)

Messagepar sim theury » 24 Avril 2016, 09:58

Merci de poster ici les hommages rendus à Prince. (photos, textes, videos etc...)

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Messagepar poilu1418 » 24 Avril 2016, 10:18

Bel hommage de CLAPTON

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/eri ... 042da97b11

Legendary English rock and blues musician Eric Clapton is remembering Prince as an inspiration, a “true genius“ and a man who lifted him up in the darkest of times.

In an emotional Facebook post on Saturday, Clapton reminisced about being out on the road in the 1980s in a “massive downward spiral with drink and drugs.” Unaware of who Prince was, Clapton entered a movie theater in Canada and watched the 1984 film “Purple Rain.”

The experience, Clapton said, “was like a bolt of lightning.”

“In the middle of my depression, and the dreadful state of the music culture at that time it gave me hope, he was like a light in the darkness,” Clapton wrote.

After watching the film, Clapton says he returned to his hotel room and, “surrounded by empty beer cans,” wrote the song “Holy Mother.”

“Holy mother, where are you?” begins the song, released in 1986. “Tonight I feel broken in two. I’ve seen the stars fall from the sky. Holy mother, can’t keep from crying.”

Prince died Thursday at his home in Paisley Park, Minnesota. He was 57.
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Messagepar poilu1418 » 24 Avril 2016, 10:20

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Messagepar foreverinmylife » 24 Avril 2016, 10:21

Bono wrote:

I never met Mozart, I never met Duke Ellington or Charlie Parker
I never met Elvis
But I met Prince - Bono
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Messagepar stoff2.0 » 24 Avril 2016, 10:43

Sananda Maitreya / Terence Trent d'Arby:
I called him "Chief"

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Hommage complet ici:
http://www.sanandamaitreya.com/news/691 ... -him-chief
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Messagepar batfunk » 24 Avril 2016, 11:04

A noter que dans ce même reportage,I télé présente Judith hill comme une simple fan....
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Messagepar sim theury » 24 Avril 2016, 11:49

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Messagepar Nevermind2b » 24 Avril 2016, 12:30

Très bel et émouvant hommage de Mavis Staples au Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival:

http://www.jambase.com/article/mavis-st ... -coachella

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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar jazzon3121 » 24 Avril 2016, 13:28

Bel hommage de Bruce Springsteen hier soir à Brooklyn.



Dernière édition par jazzon3121 le 24 Avril 2016, 14:03, édité 2 fois au total.
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Messagepar ronnie talks to francia » 24 Avril 2016, 13:43

Alicia keys lui a carrément consacré une page sur son site , messages,sons et images

http://www.aliciakeys.com/prince/

le rappeur Talib Kweli a raconté plein d'anecdotes, soulignant le sens de l'humour de Prince

http://www.961kiss.com/onair/freak-show ... -14632151/

DAM FUNK , sobrement avec une photo
" he was my hero, the reason I funk u" et dans la foulée en concert a joué des titres de 1999, et comme on sait, cet album a beaucoup compté dans sa carrière, il avait d'ailleurs détourné la pochette pour en faire un T shirt officiel de son merchandising

Questlove
l'a surtout remercié de lui avoir fait rencontrer son "frère " d'angelo, et a re posté cette video où les 2 racontent leur rencontre en 96, à un show des fugees, de mémoire the roots faisait la première partie, et au milieu d'un jam questlove a repris à la batterie un sample de Madhouse. D'angelo a bondit de son siège, ils étaient probablement les 2 gars de la salle à piger ce passage


j'en ai vu plein d'autres que je posterai sur la longueur
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Jamie Starr » 24 Avril 2016, 14:30

https://twitter.com/jenniematthew/statu ... 0123465728

> à authentifier..je dis. De plus la maison a dû bien changer depuis l'adolescence de Prince.
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Purple Girl » 24 Avril 2016, 14:33

batfunk a écrit:A noter que dans ce même reportage,I télé présente Judith hill comme une simple fan....

Le pire c'est le journaliste qui demande à Larry Graham qui il est. On a aperçu également Andy Allo derrière de grosses lunettes.
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Messagepar sim theury » 24 Avril 2016, 15:10

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Messagepar paquistyle » 24 Avril 2016, 15:40

Hommage de Bruce SPRINGSTEEN en reprenant "Purple Rain" en ouverture de son show à Brooklyn

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqIsxyyQuTA

Source : Superdeluxeedition.com
http://www.superdeluxeedition.com/video ... 22ea602cdd

Oups... :cote: désolé. Je n'avais vu que le lien avait déjà été donné trois postes avant... (pas mal comme premier message...)
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Messagepar PrinceFrance » 24 Avril 2016, 15:50

From President Obama to Broadway stars, Prince tributes are raining down

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCVFn0CLELw

Rihanna

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY-xqy-nw7c

Springsteen

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SV2U-hEbyQ

Mavis Staples

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HshK1md5I4

Prince Tributes from Mariah Carey, Jennifer Hudson, Rihanna, Prince Remembered #PrinceRIP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTC_unc-1Oo

Prince | Chappelle Show, SNL Pay Tribute Through Impersonations

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJZf_yQ5RAQ

Noel Gallagher - Live Forever (Prince Tribute) - Glasgow

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOc1NVjoXZM

Pearl Jam - Purple Rain Columbia SC 4/21/16 prince

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y22jyze8IPs

Anastacia - Purple Rain (tribute to Prince) @ Luxembourg, 21.04.2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxYj_q_Km6Y
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar lovesymbol23 » 24 Avril 2016, 15:56

L'Art De Susciter La Controverse... Jon Ewing
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar slimongi » 24 Avril 2016, 16:30




"Andre Cymone a close friend to my brother wrote this. I took a small part of his statement to post because I share his sentiments…I LOVE U Andre and your Whole family…THANK U for taking such GOOD care of my brother!!!~Tyka

Prince is not dead, not at all.
He can never die, his music is his immortality... He will continue to do what he has been doing for generations and inspire.
That is the power of music...
Yes it is a sad day and the winds of change have blown out a very bright light
but Prince Rogers Nelson put a stamp on this world that will never ever fade..."
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar jazzon3121 » 24 Avril 2016, 16:48

Témoignage de Van Jones sur les activités humanitaires de Prince.

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Messagepar sim theury » 24 Avril 2016, 16:55

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Messagepar Purple Girl » 24 Avril 2016, 17:38

Message de Morrissey:

Prince has influenced the world more than is suspected, and somehow the life of his music is just beginning, and he would be thanked not only by humans but also animals for living his lyrical life as he did. Humans, you see, are not the world.

... Prince, who made something of his life as opposed to having fortune handed to him, is far more 'royal' than Elizabeth 2, and he will be mourned far more than she, for she could never make herself loveable, no matter how many paid and promoted non-stories flood the newspapers of the world. The laughing gulls of Buckingham Palace will never allow you to forget who wields the stick. And, of course, we know very well what gulls tend to do on the people below.


http://pitchfork.com/news/65027-morrissey-remembers-prince-the-royal-that-people-love/?mbid=social_twitter
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Messagepar sim theury » 24 Avril 2016, 17:53

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Messagepar lovesymbol23 » 24 Avril 2016, 18:07

Van Jones, defenseur de l'environnement, militant des droits civiques, consultant chez CNN, avocat et trés proche de :symbol: puisque sur son compte Twitter :"Small, intimate memorial at Paisley. Just the 20 of us. When he was alive, we felt like une army. Now, we feel so small" (désolée, impossible de mettre le screenshot).

"Le public ne connaissait pas Prince. Déchiré tout en partageant des remarques sur son ami proche et la fin d'une légende de la musique qui était aussi un humanitaire".

http://edition.cnn.com/videos/us/2016/0 ... to-prince/
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Messagepar bastien » 24 Avril 2016, 18:12

jazzon3121 a écrit:Témoignage de Van Jones sur les activités humanitaires de Prince.



Très émouvant
pourquoi? Parce que lui même donne la définition "creating a new music is like meeting a new friend, with that in mind I try 2 create another thing that u've never heard before"
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Messagepar Jamie Starr » 24 Avril 2016, 18:16

La mémoire vive de Prince dans son quartier d'enfance

http://information.tv5monde.com/en-cont ... nce-103887
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Messagepar slimongi » 24 Avril 2016, 18:31

Pearl Jam paid tribute to Prince during their concert in Columbia, South Carolina on Thursday night.

During their main set, the band performed “Even Flow”, which Prince had previously covered live during a 2013 club gig in Minneapolis. Afterward, Eddie Vedder spoke of the musician’s immense talents and the impact he had on the band.

“The shocking news of the day was losing an incredible musician,” Vedder told the audience. “All of us on this stage can tell you: That guy loved music so damn much. He never stopped playing, never stopped writing, never stopped recording, never stopped creating.”

“He was dripping with songs. They’d go into the shower after he took a shower and there’d be three songs laying there. And of course, I’m talking about Prince. All of us up here were incredibly fortunate to see him a number of times over the years. Some of us got to meet him a bit. He was an intense cat. If there was anyone I thought would be playing when he was 80 or 85, it was gonna be Prince. So today was a real shock.”


“People know him from the ways he looked, and the different ways he looked, and different things he said – a lot of incredible things to remember him by,” Vedder added. “But I gotta tell you, and you just saw some great guitar playing. Prince was probably the greatest guitar player we’ve ever seen.”

Then, prior to the concert’s first encore, the stage lights turned purple and guitarist Mike McCready briefly covered Prince’s “Purple Rain”.


http://consequenceofsound.net/2016/04/pearl-jam-cover-purple-rain-in-tribute-to-prince-the-greatest-guitar-player-weve-ever-seen-watch/
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Messagepar missjay23 » 24 Avril 2016, 18:45

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[...]
Prince: "First time we met you, you had such humility and gratitude. Even after all this time you haven't change a bit. Even now whenever We think of you what comes to mind is "grace" which let us know that you are a true queen... Proud to say tho- from the beginning... We new it all along." For the first time in my life, Im trying to have that feeling of gratitude and strength "Music helps" Prince used to say and I need so much that to be true right now. I have a concert tonight and I really don't know what I have to give. If he was here he would say: "Your going to do that show!" All I can say is that I will try. This is all very difficult to me to accept. He was always capable to do whatever he really wanted to. Everything was possible for him. And wish so much that he could have it just one more time...
And the smile on this foto would be back again because that would mean that he would be on the other side of the camera...




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Messagepar Jamie Starr » 24 Avril 2016, 19:27

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Interview sonore dans le lien

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Messagepar ronnie talks to francia » 24 Avril 2016, 20:07

Touré - qui avait écrit le livre "Why prince became an Icon"

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/24/opini ... .html?_r=0

LET me tell you why “Adore” is the central song in the Prince canon. Because in “Adore” you get the commingling of two keys to understanding the man and his music: his sexuality and his spirituality.

In the second verse he paints the picture: “When we be making love / I only hear the sounds / Heavenly angels crying up above / Tears of joy pouring down on us / They know we need each other.” They’re having sex under a sprinkling of angel tears, which are flowing because of the angels’ admiration of their love.

This is the erotic intertwined with the divine. The Judeo-Christian ethic seems to demand that sexuality and spirituality be walled off from each other, but in Prince’s personal cosmology, they were one. Sex to him was part of a spiritual life. The God he worshiped wants us to have passionate and meaningful sex.

His former tour manager Alan Leeds told me: “For him the love of God and the sexual urges we feel are one and the same somehow. For him it all comes from the same root inside a human being. God planted these urges and it’s never wrong to feel that way. The urge itself is a holy urge.”

People may consider the work of Prince, who died Thursday, to be electrifyingly erotic, and it surely was, but people don’t realize how much time Prince spent all but evangelizing for his vision of Christianity.

Many of the songs that helped lift Prince’s career have deeply spiritual messages. The title track from his 1981 album “Controversy” includes the Lord’s Prayer. His song “1999” describes Judgment Day.

The beginning of his biggest album, “Purple Rain,” finds Prince in the pulpit, preaching the coolest sermon ever heard on Top 40 radio. It’s part of the song “Let’s Go Crazy,” which lays out some of his religious philosophy. He believed there was an afterworld, “a world of never ending happiness,” but that “in this life, you’re on your own.” The song has an ecstatic, Pentecostalist feel to it (officially, he was a Jehovah’s Witness), and it tells us plainly that Prince was looking forward to the afterlife. “We’re all excited / But we don’t know why / Maybe it’s ’cause / We’re all gonna die.” But while he was still on earth the commandment was to enjoy thyself. “Ya better live now / Before the Grim Reaper comes knocking on your door!”

“Purple Rain” includes a pair of songs that go further into Christian messaging by positing Prince himself as Jesus. In “I Would Die 4 U,” he pledges to do the seminal thing that Christ did for us, and he says, “I’m your messiah.”

The album’s eponymous track, “Purple Rain,” is a beautifully cryptic song: To me, Prince is talking about finding forgiveness as a relationship painfully ends. The rain is a symbol for cleansing, forgiving baptismal waters. The rain is purple because it comes from Prince. He is the one baptizing and absolving, which sure makes it sound as if he wants you to think of him as Jesus. (Indeed, several of his friends and co-workers have told me he had a sort of Jesus complex, and it filtered into those around him. Once, before a gig in Tokyo, it was raining horribly, and people were saying the show may not be able to go on. Then someone on the crew said, “Prince will stop the rain.” By the way, I’m told the rain did stop.)

Even in many of Prince’s raunchiest songs, religious messages creep in. At the end of “Darling Nikki,” the following is played in reverse: “Hello, how are you? I’m fine ’cause I know that the Lord is coming soon.” His song “Let’s Pretend We’re Married” begins with a hot come-on — “Excuse me but I need a mouth like yours, to help me forget the girl that just walked out my door” — but it ends with heaven: “I’m in love with God, He’s the only way, cuz you and I know we gotta die some day.” It’s as if his focus on the faith is so tenacious that even when he’s writing about sex, he’s still thinking about the next life.

You can remember Prince as one of the most sexual artists of all time, and you would be right, but he was also one of the most important religious artists of all time. He put the thought of an inescapable Judgment Day and a vision of a glorious afterlife into the ears of millions of people. And Prince’s musical ministry was not about preaching to the choir like most gospel artists. He was outside the church, in the proverbial street, preaching to people who didn’t realize he was putting spiritual messages in their heads.

It’s as if Prince introduced himself to us by talking about his dirty mind and how he was all about controversy, and once we got intrigued by him, because he’d told us how much hot sex he was having, then he said, well, now that I’ve got your attention, let me tell you about my lord and savior, Jesus Christ.

This wasn’t posing, or marketing. Prince knew early on that he had an extraordinary musical gift. Music flowed through him at all hours, in an outpouring he could barely control. He created constantly, completing a song a day at his peak. The way he explained his musical gifts to himself, friends say, is to believe that he himself was blessed. That contributed to his Jesus complex, but it also made him certain that his music must have a purpose. That purpose became spreading the word of God. Sure, he deviated from that path when he wanted to, but for him there was no need to separate the things we do on Saturday night from the things we do on Sunday morning.


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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Sam06 » 24 Avril 2016, 22:45

Bruce Springsteen a repris Purple Rain hier soir.
https://www.google.fr/amp/s/www.rtl2.fr ... nt=safari#
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Messagepar fabienne » 24 Avril 2016, 23:04

Andy Allo a réagi sur sa page facebook. Très beau texte :

https://www.facebook.com/andyallo


Hi Prince,

I believe we all come into people's lives for a reason. You came into mine 5 years ago and each day we spent together talking, traveling and playing music, the more I learned about myself. You taught me how to love so deeply with no inhibitions, but you also taught me about heartbreak. You taught me how to push myself beyond my own limits, how to be strong, how to fight but also how to be vulnerable and be present. You are a mentor, a friend and much much more. We shared a great love, a great many laughs and tears. I wish I had told you more, what you meant to me.

I am so grateful I had the honor of knowing you, the man and the artist.

I am the woman and the artist I am today because of you. I love you and miss you.

Andy

Ps. I'd give anything to beat you at ping-pong one more time. Just kidding - I'd let you win.
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Messagepar slimongi » 24 Avril 2016, 23:09

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Messagepar Purple Girl » 24 Avril 2016, 23:14

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Messagepar Purple Girl » 24 Avril 2016, 23:15

fabienne a écrit:Andy Allo a réagi sur sa page facebook. Très beau texte :

https://www.facebook.com/andyallo


Hi Prince,

I believe we all come into people's lives for a reason. You came into mine 5 years ago and each day we spent together talking, traveling and playing music, the more I learned about myself. You taught me how to love so deeply with no inhibitions, but you also taught me about heartbreak. You taught me how to push myself beyond my own limits, how to be strong, how to fight but also how to be vulnerable and be present. You are a mentor, a friend and much much more. We shared a great love, a great many laughs and tears. I wish I had told you more, what you meant to me.

I am so grateful I had the honor of knowing you, the man and the artist.

I am the woman and the artist I am today because of you. I love you and miss you.

Andy

Ps. I'd give anything to beat you at ping-pong one more time. Just kidding - I'd let you win.


Merci. Superbe message en effet. Elle semble ne s'être jamais remis de la rupture.
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar GrandChemin » 25 Avril 2016, 05:53

David Gilmour a repris Purple Rain. Très très court extrait vidéo sur le FB de Polly Samson. https://www.facebook.com/pollysamson/vi ... 562372015/.
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Messagepar Jamie Starr » 25 Avril 2016, 09:23

VIDÉO. Les cloches de la mairie de Minneapolis rendent hommage à Prince

http://www.huffingtonpost.fr/2016/04/25 ... 69628.html
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar slimongi » 25 Avril 2016, 09:42

Vous pouvez le voir?

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:yes:
La connerie c'est la décontraction de l'intelligence
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar foreverinmylife » 25 Avril 2016, 09:43

non
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Messagepar foreverinmylife » 25 Avril 2016, 09:46

maintenant oui
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Messagepar pololofo » 25 Avril 2016, 09:46

YES :) the cloud in the Sky is PRINCE!!!!!
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar fabienne » 25 Avril 2016, 10:07

Yes, ça m'a sauté tout de suite aux yeux.
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Messagepar Minder One » 25 Avril 2016, 10:33

Y a-t-il des anciens musiciens ou collaborateurs sur les photos? Je n'ai reconnu que Larry Graham et Sheila E.
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Messagepar verbatim » 25 Avril 2016, 10:47

waouw Slimongi magnifique trouvaille :super:...Judith Hill qui assiste aux funerailles de MJ ensuite P....de qui sera-t-elle le/la prochain(e) choriste...?
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Messagepar philouze » 25 Avril 2016, 11:14

verbatim a écrit:waouw Slimongi magnifique trouvaille :super:...Judith Hill qui assiste aux funerailles de MJ ensuite P....de qui sera-t-elle le/la prochain(e) choriste...?


Elle a été choriste de Polnareff.. Je dis ça, je dis rien... ::d
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Electricman » 25 Avril 2016, 11:55

slimongi a écrit:Vous pouvez le voir?

Image

:yes:

C'est où?
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Messagepar pololofo » 25 Avril 2016, 12:32

Skratch Bastid - Purple One "Kiss" Tribute

https://youtu.be/-fsSZgHfcuU

:super:
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Messagepar jojo 94 » 25 Avril 2016, 12:51

:super: :super: :super: Avec la bénédiction de PRINCE himself = un des albums tombe à la fin !!!!!!et non voulu. :amen: :amen: :amen:
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar berny » 25 Avril 2016, 13:12

Et y a-t-il eu des réactions de :

- Jill Jones ?
- Apollonia ?
- Cat ?
- Manuella testolini ?
- Bria Valente ?
- Kim Basinger ?
- et les 3 filles du 3rdeyegirl ?
- et Joshua ?
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Messagepar fabienne » 25 Avril 2016, 13:25

Electricman a écrit:
slimongi a écrit:Vous pouvez le voir?

Image

:yes:

C'est où?


Moi je vois sa tête, presque de dos, années Purple Rain.
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Jamie Starr » 25 Avril 2016, 13:36

Un peu ça oui :

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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Nevermind2b » 25 Avril 2016, 13:42

Ou ça…

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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar FunkyDancer » 25 Avril 2016, 13:42

berny a écrit:Et y a-t-il eu des réactions de :

- Jill Jones ?
- Apollonia ?
- Cat ?
- Manuella testolini ?
- Bria Valente ?
- Kim Basinger ?
- et les 3 filles du 3rdeyegirl ?
- et Joshua ?



Jill Jones (via FB):

Love is love.

And when you have held it in your heart and it's lived in your soul, there is no explanation that can make it understandable or make it feel right when you lose someone who moved through you and you through them.

We are living in a time where the gurus and great leaders who have fulfilled their mission on this planet are transitioning and leaving us. We must remember that we are all connected and the greater glory and purpose of it all is completing its cycle.
As sad as it seems, it's a glorious time to be alive, to witness this, because God is letting us know that he is near. One would be a fool not to examine what is going on spiritually in the world when people (leaders in their field and craft and talent) who have completed their mission; their departure changes us as much as their presence did.

We are all a part of this.

I will always love him deeply. And I will see him in the next life.
JJ


Cat (au hasard parmi la bonne cinquantaine de nouveaux posts sur sa page FB):

Today is one of the worst days of my life. I've lost my great friend and I will never be the same. There's no words I can say right now. I need time to grieve with my family and take this all in.

Please direct all messages and notices to my business manager Hayley Drinkall
I can't even begin to deal with the amount of messages that are been sent to me.

I can't even believe all this is real right now.
Love you always Prince.


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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar FunkyDancer » 25 Avril 2016, 13:57

CARLOS SANTANA:

Dear Prince,
We thank you for sharing your luminous,
Brilliant spirit with us all, uplifting and healing.
I will always cherish and honor our oneness
And we will both always cherish our moments with you.
We keep playing over and over, our favorite song
'The Last December '
And we feel your presence deeply.
We know that you are now in the ever so vast and magnificent hands of the Almighty.
Our deepest gratitude, respect, honor and love,

Carlos and Cindy


Avec une douce reprise de Last September:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7TlFgj9jZ8
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar berny » 25 Avril 2016, 14:12

:amen: :amen: Merci beaucoup "FunkyDancer"…

Je suis un peu perdu dans les différents hommages rendus, surtout par des proches ou ceux qui l'ont approchés.... tu me donnes déjà une réponse, merci

et merci aussi pour le témoignage de Santana… Je me disais aussi que dans tous les reportages consacrés à Prince, on parlait d'Hendrix mais pas de Santana, car pour moi son jeu de guitare est très proche de celui de Carlos - du moins son influence…
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Messagepar Nevermind2b » 25 Avril 2016, 14:17

Cet hommage là m'a bien mis les poils !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOJPUfZ4R2w
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar niko67 » 25 Avril 2016, 14:18

Fabuleuse version de Carlos Santana

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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar niko67 » 25 Avril 2016, 14:20

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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar philouze » 25 Avril 2016, 14:22

niko67 a écrit:Fabuleuse version de Carlos Santana



Corey Taylor.. Pas Carlos Santana.. Tu es pardonné, Niko..
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Messagepar niko67 » 25 Avril 2016, 14:32

Lol, j'ai juste oublié de mettre le texte annonçant la video, après avoir commenté celle sur Carlos Santana. Je suis un peu à côté d emes pompes en ce moment.

Merci Philouze !
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Messagepar jojo 94 » 25 Avril 2016, 14:35

Merci +++à tous pour ces hommages .
:super: :super: :super: :pleur4: :pleur4: :pleur4:
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Messagepar philouze » 25 Avril 2016, 14:38

niko67 a écrit:Je suis un peu à côté de mes pompes en ce moment.


On l'est tous, mon frère.. :yes:
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Messagepar Nevermind2b » 25 Avril 2016, 14:44

Sympa mais comment dire… 8| !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1JCj5EWvP4

Si même les rednecks s'y mettent !
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Messagepar philouze » 25 Avril 2016, 14:47

Nevermind2b a écrit:Si même les rednecks s'y mettent !


J'avoue que ça m'a fait marrer.. Ca m'a rappelé la vidéo de ce mec pour le Ice Bucket Challenge.. (Woo-hoo!!! 'Murica!!!)
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Messagepar berny » 25 Avril 2016, 14:54

Nevermind2b a écrit:Sympa mais comment dire… 8| !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1JCj5EWvP4

Si même les rednecks s'y mettent !



Voilà c'est le cross over que Prince voulait :amen: :amen:

Oui bon d'accord………… comment dire……… voilà, on va pas se moquer…… ::d ::d
mais si Prince à réussi à toucher les gens et les musiciens jusque là, c'est énorme…
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Nevermind2b » 25 Avril 2016, 15:00

Et là, ma favorite pour l'instant… :yes: :ghee:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7n0heApJrg
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar philouze » 25 Avril 2016, 15:02

berny a écrit:voilà, on va pas se moquer…… ::d ::d


Et si on s'moque, c'est On The Water, uniquement.. :]
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Messagepar berny » 25 Avril 2016, 15:03

Nevermind2b a écrit:Et là, ma favorite pour l'instant… :yes: :ghee:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7n0heApJrg



Wow c'est beau ça :amen: :amen:
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Messagepar Nevermind2b » 25 Avril 2016, 15:06

À égalité avec celle-ci :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAk1ncD5RmY

Bordel, ce Prince m'a ouvert tellement de portes musicales durant sa vie… et voilà que même mort (enfoiré) il me permet d'encore découvrir des trésors… :ghee: et :pleur4:
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Messagepar berny » 25 Avril 2016, 15:22

La version du Boss Springsteen est très impressionnante et émouvante également.
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar walleum » 25 Avril 2016, 18:20

Steve Vai (video dans l'article)
http://www.guitarplayer.com/artist-vide ... ongs/57746

Et Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree) qui reprend Sign "☮" The Times
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oaD-kqoF5YI
Nobody broke your heart, you broke your own because you can't finish what you start
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Messagepar philouze » 25 Avril 2016, 18:37

Steve VAI étant dans mon TOP 3 Génies de tous les temps (avec Prince et Zappa), je viens de chialer comme un môme.. Merci Walleum
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Messagepar BretelleKid » 25 Avril 2016, 18:41

niko67 a écrit:Fabuleuse version de Carlos Santana




Comme quoi Prince a marqué tout le monde meme dans le monde du metal!
*** Tout vient à point à qui sait attendre...Moi je ne sais pas :'( .***
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Shhh67 » 25 Avril 2016, 18:53

Nevermind2b a écrit:Et là, ma favorite pour l'instant… :yes: :ghee:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7n0heApJrg


Enorme ! Le mec a un timbre de voix très émouvant...
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar GrandChemin » 25 Avril 2016, 19:05

http://youtu.be/UcDHXoQmxu0

David Gilmour intègre un instant purple dans Confortably Numb.
Sometimes it snows in April
Sometimes I feel so bad, so bad
Sometimes I wish life was never ending, and all good things, they say, never last
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Messagepar Colinakaspooky » 25 Avril 2016, 19:35

En direct sur Youtube, chaîne Paradiso Studios, soirée hommage concerts "Nothing compares 2 U, j'aime les hollandais !!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8ca1zUlZlo
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Messagepar odelay » 25 Avril 2016, 19:41

Je viens de voir une vidéo assez dérangeante de Wendy et Lisa à l'aéroport pour MPLS. Elles sont suivies par la caméra, elles n'osent pas rembarer le mec et on voit qu'elles sont très affectées, surtout Lisa. C'est du TMZ. Who else...
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar philouze » 25 Avril 2016, 19:44

TMZ, Morandini, Hanouna, same shit...

Leave 'em alone...

Putain, décidément... (No comment, sinon, je me fais bannir)
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Messagepar xpectation2000 » 25 Avril 2016, 20:29

M juste sublime

https://soundcloud.com/m-matthieu-chedi ... e-en-avril


Ecoutez ci-dessous 'Soudain il neige en Avril'
Paroles (adaptation de 'Sometimes It Snows In April'):
En fixant sa photo, son regard m’hypnotise
Alors qu’il est parti, soudain je réalise
Personne n’improvise
comme le Prince....Personne !
Je pleure toujours d'amour jamais de douleur
Soudain, il neige en avril
Soudain je me sens si mal, si mal
même si je sais que ce Prince est immortel
les plus belles choses sur terre sont éphémères
Le printemps est pourtant ma saison préférée,
Celle des amours solaires..sous la pluie
Inconsolable, il reste la mélodie de Purple Rain
Tu chantes toujours d'amour pour sauver nos vies
Soudain, il neige en avril
Soudain je me sens si mal, si mal
Même si je sais que ce Prince est
Immortel
Les plus belles choses sur terre
Sont éphémères
Sur ta guitare cosmique branchée dans l’univers
Je t’entends jouer dans ce paradis d’enfer
A faire fondre en moi cette neige éternelle
En moi,ce rêve toujours fragile jouer avec toi….
C’est surement ça
partir comme un Prince
Sur une chanson d’amour qui n'finirait jamais
Pour une chanson d’amour qui n'finira jamais....
‪#‎princelivesforever‬
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Jimipaisley » 25 Avril 2016, 20:52

Sheila E.

When death comes too early, chaos reigns in its wake. During times like these we must rise above the dusk and sorrow and seek a higher plane where peace, love, joy and celebration overcomes the emptiness, and shines a light upon the darkness.

With the passing of Prince, my friend, my knight, and my everlasting ally, I, along with millions of you, search for words and ways to make sense of the senselessness that this reality presents to us. How do we mourn? How do we express? How do we accept such a deep loss to our musical past, present, and future? As we will someday begin the process of acceptance and overcome the fear of letting go, what can we take with us to remind us of the light that shine so bright among us?

Gratefully, this path has already been blazed for us, in Platinum and Gold
no less. It is a path that is broad and welcoming. It is a path that transcends race, politics, age, orientation, gender, genre and other limitations that we place on our thinking and ourselves. It is a path of joy, and sorrow, Diamonds and Pearls. It touches upon every emotion we are blessed to Experience. It is a path of melody and mirth. Of angst and anger. Of conflict and resolution, sometimes through a call of Revolution.

It’s not my effort to be clever, or even creative, in the above paragraph. It is only meant to share my sorrow, and my solace, in the music which we all love, and loved Prince for creating. Through his music, we were able to express what seemed impossible to say. Through his creativity, we were able to imagine and dream the incredible, to create a new reality. Through his hard work and determination, we were able to believe in the ability to overcome those obstacle set before us.

Prince was a Visionary. A Dreamer and a Believer. But most of all, he believed in those whom his music touched. To watch him perform was, as he encouraged, “To see the dawn.” There was a new-ness, a freshness, a coolness that seemed to exude from his every pore. I’ve been asked, “What was it like to create and perform music with Prince? ” My rebuttal was usually a tongue in cheek, “Ask him what it was like to create and perform with me.” It’s an answer that he would understand because it comes from the boldness that he played a part of instilling in me. I will share with you now, that the truth is, I never knew what it was like, creating with Prince.

In truth, each time was different, constantly evolving. To describe one experience as an example of them all, would only serve to reduce the significance of the others. And as Prince would say, “That ain’t cool.” And that is the essence of Prince and the legacy of the music he leaves for us to enjoy. His music is different, each time, in the most magical of ways. I close wishing each of you Peace, Love, and Joy in your celebration of Prince’s life. Through his music he achieved the eternal. Through your love and support of him; past, present and future, he will remain our Prince. May your heart shine shades of Purple, 4ever.
I know mine will.
Love,
Sheila E.
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar nikki » 25 Avril 2016, 21:08

xpectation2000 a écrit:M juste sublime

https://soundcloud.com/m-matthieu-chedi ... e-en-avril


Merveilleux... Merci M :pleur4:
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar lovesigne » 25 Avril 2016, 21:11

en direct de hollande
hommage à prince

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8ca1zUlZlo
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar doublenico » 25 Avril 2016, 21:26

C'est beau "M", merci pour ce doux moment
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar ronnie talks to francia » 25 Avril 2016, 21:27

Emmanuel de Buretel , patron de Because . intéressant



Bootsy Collins

http://www.wcpo.com/entertainment/princ ... ns-recalls
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar foreverinmylife » 25 Avril 2016, 21:31

Sympa le concert hommage en direct sur YouTube
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar foreverinmylife » 25 Avril 2016, 21:33

En direct du Paradiso...
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Messagepar Electricman » 25 Avril 2016, 21:41

lovesigne a écrit:en direct de hollande
hommage à prince

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8ca1zUlZlo

C'est bon ça! :super:
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Messagepar Victor761993 » 25 Avril 2016, 21:55

Electricman a écrit:
lovesigne a écrit:en direct de hollande
hommage à prince

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8ca1zUlZlo

C'est bon ça! :super:


Oui, ça fait du bien!
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar alain fournier » 25 Avril 2016, 22:00

xpectation2000 a écrit:M juste sublime

https://soundcloud.com/m-matthieu-chedi ... e-en-avril


Ecoutez ci-dessous 'Soudain il neige en Avril'
Paroles (adaptation de 'Sometimes It Snows In April'):
En fixant sa photo, son regard m’hypnotise
Alors qu’il est parti, soudain je réalise
Personne n’improvise
comme le Prince....Personne !
Je pleure toujours d'amour jamais de douleur
Soudain, il neige en avril
Soudain je me sens si mal, si mal
même si je sais que ce Prince est immortel
les plus belles choses sur terre sont éphémères
Le printemps est pourtant ma saison préférée,
Celle des amours solaires..sous la pluie
Inconsolable, il reste la mélodie de Purple Rain
Tu chantes toujours d'amour pour sauver nos vies
Soudain, il neige en avril
Soudain je me sens si mal, si mal
Même si je sais que ce Prince est
Immortel
Les plus belles choses sur terre
Sont éphémères
Sur ta guitare cosmique branchée dans l’univers
Je t’entends jouer dans ce paradis d’enfer
A faire fondre en moi cette neige éternelle
En moi,ce rêve toujours fragile jouer avec toi….
C’est surement ça
partir comme un Prince
Sur une chanson d’amour qui n'finirait jamais
Pour une chanson d’amour qui n'finira jamais....
‪#‎princelivesforever‬


En effet , magnifique
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar patschub » 25 Avril 2016, 22:12

Un très beau (et long) texte de Matt Thorne, auteur d'une bio sur Prince. L'hommage d'un écrivain qui était aussi un fan.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/what-to-listen-to/hiding-in-plain-sight--why-i-spent-a-lifetime-chasing-prince/

Hiding in plain sight - Why i spent a lifetime chasing Prince
"I first became aware of Prince in 1984 at the age of 10, when his album Purple Rain hit the charts, and followed his career from then on. But it wasn't really until the release of his magnum opus, Sign O'The Times, in 1987 that my life-long obsession began. I rushed out to my local record shop to buy a bootleg three album box set of the discarded tracks that hadn’t made it onto that masterpiece. Listening to these, I became intrigued with the secrets behind his music, a fascination that led me to going to hundreds of his gigs, starting with the Lovesexy tour in 1988 at Wembley. In 2006, after I had become a novelist, I decided I wanted to write about Prince and devoted seven years of my life to unpicking the secrets behind his music, and in the process, the man.

Being a Prince fan was utterly compelling. He liked to keep his fans in a state of high alert. If you didn’t check his Twitter feed or the various websites he’d been using since the early Nineties devoted to his voluminous output on a daily (sometimes hourly) basis, there was always the chance that you might miss out on a spontaneously announced show, new album or download. He lived entirely in the moment, with major announcements coming at any hour of the day, or any day of the week. He was the most fun musician to be a fan of, because there was always something to discuss – he’s changed his name; Prince has denounced the Internet; he’s coming to London at a moment’s notice and you’d better run to the venue now if you stand any chance of seeing him.

It seems impossible to believe that all this has come to an end.

Prince rarely cancelled shows, but when he postponed two in Atlanta a fortnight ago, there seemed no obvious reason for alarm. The shows were quickly rescheduled, he sent out a tweet saying the world was still a beautiful place even when you were ill, and business continued as usual.

But after he played at the rescheduled shows, his plane was forced to make an emergency landing in Illinois, and there was the suggestion that it might be slightly more serious. But Prince didn’t want us to worry. Last Saturday he threw a party at his Paisley Park complex, the recording studio he had worked at in Minneapolis since 1986. It was like all the parties and shows he put on there sometimes on a weekly basis, open to anyone but attended mainly by fans in Minneapolis, and told everyone to wait a few days before they wasted their prayers. He was fine.

Which makes this all the harder to deal with. At 57, Prince seemed as healthy as ever. There had been no substantial scares, bar rumours of a hip replacement, no medical mysteries. He rode a bike and worked out (even buying one of his former band members his own gym).

Unlike almost all of his peers, he’d never been a rock and roll animal, and sex aside, had lived a relatively abstemious life. There were rumours of drug-taking in the late Eighties – band member Matt Fink (of the Revolution) was told by bodyguard Gilbert Davidson that Prince took ecstasy in 1988 – and occasional lyrical references to ecstasy and dope. But he took a firm attitude to anyone in his circle taking more serious drugs, early on in his career he berated his friend Chris Moon for smoking a joint in the studio, and was especially against cocaine, seeing what it was doing to contemporaries in the Minneapolis music scene. In the mid Eighties he wrote a song called Old Friends 4 Sale that had the lyrics: In Uptown when winter's alarmin', oh/ Cocaine becomes charmin'/But U talk about things U don't know 'bout.”

As a non-smoking vegan who rarely drank, and whose parents lived long, healthy lives, there was every expectation that he would go on recording for another 30 years. His last two albums Hit n Run Phase One and Hit n Run Phase Two are as fresh and outlandish as anything he’s ever recorded. The last time I saw him play at Koko last year at a secret charity show with his band 3rdEyeGirl, his performance was as powerful and energetic as any show I’d see him do in the last two decades.

It’s true that he’d been getting more reflective recently. Up until this year, he was bullish when any interviewer tried to get him to talk about the past, claiming “the rear-view mirror broke off years ago” and focusing instead on his latest line-up, new album, or business deal. But in the last few months there had been a couple of surprising new developments – the announcement of an autobiography, in which he said he would write the true stories behind some of his best-known songs. And a new solo show, Prince alone at the piano, initially scheduled to come to England late last year, but called off after the Bataclan attacks and rescheduled for Australia and America instead.

Occasionally, during this handful of rescheduled piano shows that were garnering five star reviews, he would talk about other musicians who had recently died. He covered David Bowie’s Heroes once and said that Bowie had been nice to him the one time they’d met in the mid Eighties. He spoke about his past with ex-girlfriend Denise Matthews, who he renamed Vanity and made the frontwoman of the band Vanity 6 in the early Eighties, saying only she allowed him to be the artist he wanted to be. He also talked about his childhood, playing the original Batman theme and saying it was the first tune he’d learned to play at the piano his father had abandoned in his house after his parents divorced. This famously intensely private man seemed to be letting his guard down, so moved by the lyrics of some of his old songs that he was reduced to tears.

Fans relished this new openness, but there was no reason to believe it would last long – when he wasn’t playing his solo piano shows, he was breaking in a new band at Paisley Park 87 – and playing with a strange experimental bassist named Mono Neon. The songs he released via Tidal over the last few years have been endlessly eclectic, each one seeming like yet another new beginning for a man who’s had more than most.

But they weren’t new beginnings. Astonishingly, these were the final developments in a life devoted to music. Prince was more prolific than anyone. He recorded at least a song a day, sometimes two, and claimed he would do this for the rest of his life. He spent the majority of his time in the studio, (though he didn’t, as was sometimes rumoured, live there) and when he wasn’t at the studio he was usually onstage, or in his private plane travelling to another show. Every Sunday he’d go to the Kingdom Hall and his Jehovah’s Witness faith was important to him. He created a fantasy world, first for himself, then for his bandmates, then the fans, then, with the success of records like 1999 or Purple Rain, the whole world. He kept his engineers and musicians on call almost 24 hours a day moving them from Los Angeles or wherever they were to his home town, constructing his whole life so that he wouldn’t waste a second of creative inspiration. He made some of these musicians sign non-disclosure agreements; others were free to talk about their collaborations.

Because Prince seemed so open, it allowed him to in hide in plain sight. With his open studios and continual concerts, everyone knew where he was, defusing the interest people have in more reclusive stars. He would go out and talk to any fans that came to Paisley Park. The eccentric persona he was perceived to have also allowed him to get on with his business in a clear eyed way. Underneath the seeming madness, he was very shrewd. Everything he did, from changing his name to giving his album away free with newspapers to eventually signing with Jay Z’s streaming service, Tidal, last year, was about money and looking for the best deal. He was always looking for ways to get paid.

He had the single-minded obsession of a truly great artist, but it was balanced by an incredible generosity. This generosity influenced every aspect of his career, from the extraordinary shows he performed for fans, to the support he gave not just to other musicians, but also to photographers, writers and graphic artists. It sometimes seemed as if he’d give anyone in the vicinity of Paisley Park a camera or a computer and put them to work. It was a bit like Andy Warhol’s Factory: everyone got a new name and a persona. He was also loyal to his hometown, saying the cold helped keep the bad people away.

I experienced that generosity first-hand, in a minor way. When I wrote to Prince care of his management to tell them I wanted to write a book about him in 2006, I expected to get a cease-and-desist; instead I got an invitation to his house to watch him play a private show in a house full of Hollywood celebrities like Bruce Willis, Sharon Stone, David Duchovny, Jude Law and Jessica Alba. It was a lifelong highlight for me, but the sort of thing he did for others all the time. And although I never got that dream face-to-face, at another private show in New York in 2009, he strolled over playing the guitar and said, “how about that interview?” and when I answered in the affirmative, laughed and ran away. I never knew whether he read my book but when I wrote a newspaper article about an obscure Eighties track called Electric Intercourse, he performed it the next night for the first time in decades on stage in Leeds.

But he changed the lives of his fans too – he had arguably the most passionate followers of any musician, because he gave the most. He isn’t the only musician whose fans follow him round the world, but he was the one who gave people the greatest reason to. Once you’d had that Prince live experience once, you wanted it again and again. His fans became an army, tattooed the symbol he used as a name for half a decade onto their arms, traded thousands of bootlegs – a practice that sometimes infuriated him and other times he’d accept as cool – analysed every utterance for secret meaning. He gave us everything, but we always wanted more.

There was talk of a live album from this tour, which may be as good a way to remember him as any, although there are thousands of unreleased songs in the temperature-controlled bank vault in Paisley Park which could also see the light of day. There was a time when all I wanted was to hear those tracks, but right now, that seems less important than the man we’ve lost. Always a deeply spiritual person, one of the beliefs Prince once espoused was that you shouldn’t acknowledge death, because if you do that it diminishes those who’ve passed. There are others still with us, he sang, and there was a possibility they might return. As childish and futile as it might sound, what I really want more than anything else is for Prince to come back."
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Victor761993 » 25 Avril 2016, 22:53

Electricman a écrit:
lovesigne a écrit:en direct de hollande
hommage à prince

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8ca1zUlZlo

C'est bon ça! :super:


Merci au Paradiso, c'était top :super: , et quel final, bravo, superbe tribute à notre Prince.
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar bastien » 26 Avril 2016, 01:05

[quote="xpectation2000"]M juste sublime

https://soundcloud.com/m-matthieu-chedi ... e-en-avril


Merci pour la trouvaille!!! Un hommage musical par un musicien pour un musicien. Juste parfait!
pourquoi? Parce que lui même donne la définition "creating a new music is like meeting a new friend, with that in mind I try 2 create another thing that u've never heard before"
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar Excalibur » 26 Avril 2016, 01:11

xpectation2000 a écrit:M juste sublime

https://soundcloud.com/m-matthieu-chedi ... e-en-avril


Ecoutez ci-dessous 'Soudain il neige en Avril'
Paroles (adaptation de 'Sometimes It Snows In April'):
En fixant sa photo, son regard m’hypnotise
Alors qu’il est parti, soudain je réalise
Personne n’improvise
comme le Prince....Personne !
Je pleure toujours d'amour jamais de douleur
Soudain, il neige en avril
Soudain je me sens si mal, si mal
même si je sais que ce Prince est immortel
les plus belles choses sur terre sont éphémères
Le printemps est pourtant ma saison préférée,
Celle des amours solaires..sous la pluie
Inconsolable, il reste la mélodie de Purple Rain
Tu chantes toujours d'amour pour sauver nos vies
Soudain, il neige en avril
Soudain je me sens si mal, si mal
Même si je sais que ce Prince est
Immortel
Les plus belles choses sur terre
Sont éphémères
Sur ta guitare cosmique branchée dans l’univers
Je t’entends jouer dans ce paradis d’enfer
A faire fondre en moi cette neige éternelle
En moi,ce rêve toujours fragile jouer avec toi….
C’est surement ça
partir comme un Prince
Sur une chanson d’amour qui n'finirait jamais
Pour une chanson d’amour qui n'finira jamais....
‪#‎princelivesforever‬


J'adore ce mec et ça se vérifie une fois de plus !
“Money won’t buy happiness, but it’ll pay for the search.” (Prince)
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Re: Hommages à Prince (musiciens, proches, personnalités ...

Messagepar bastien » 26 Avril 2016, 01:32

Un bel hommage de James Corden qui comme nous a eu la chance de vivre quelques concerts..

http://youtu.be/NT7k_1HGKQU
pourquoi? Parce que lui même donne la définition "creating a new music is like meeting a new friend, with that in mind I try 2 create another thing that u've never heard before"
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Messagepar bastien » 26 Avril 2016, 01:35

Et le monde de la danse avec David Guetta...
http://youtu.be/gmYOrYXHpoc

Ou encore Hans Zimmer (interstellar, batman, inception, gladiator,.....)
http://youtu.be/7RnA20FzuSU
pourquoi? Parce que lui même donne la définition "creating a new music is like meeting a new friend, with that in mind I try 2 create another thing that u've never heard before"
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Messagepar topaz » 26 Avril 2016, 06:05

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Messagepar robbielive » 26 Avril 2016, 06:25

Madonna a posté un nouveau message cette nuit, accompagné d'une photo des 3 : Madonna, Prince, MJ.

Le texte est signé Joe Henry, le beau-frère de Madonna (connu pour avoir écrit quelques chansons)

https://www.facebook.com/madonna/photos ... 02/?type=3
"I have ceased distinguishing between the religious and the secular, for everything is holy: our courage and humility, our senses both lost and found; our love and our lust…all that shall swoon and couple, leaving in their wake the real hope that, late as is the hour –with as much as we have been given and squandered; as little as we might deserve it, though we stomp and plead— there may yet be more on offer: God willing, just one more song sung into high rafters before we are finally called to quit and disperse" Joe Henry ❤ ‪#‎rebelheart‬


Bon je n'ai rien compris à ce texte 8|
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Messagepar topaz » 26 Avril 2016, 08:01

Vous avez vu ce texte d'un ancien ingénieur du son à Paisley Park, chronicfreeze:
http://prince.org/msg/7/423415

"Condolences from a former Paisley Park Engineer
Hi there fam,
Like all of you I am just floored and saddened beyond belief. My name is Chronic Freeze and I was an engineer at Paisley from 1988-1996. I just HAD to come on the board and offer each and every one of you my condolences on the passing of Prince. You, the fans, were so important to Prince. I can't even imagine how you all are coping with the news. Ive been in tears and the only thing that has helped soothe the pain has been reading all my old co-workers memories and seeing their pictures on our facebook group. This is surely a day I thought would never come.
Prince was my mentor. He was an incredible person to work for. He was very demanding of us. He demanded perfection and attention to detail. He worked tirelessly and we needed to keep up with him. I would not be the person I am today if I had not learned these important life lessons from him.
Although it was extremely hard work there were many moments of outright fun. When he learned that I hadnt heard the Black album, he had me rush down to the vault to get the master tapes so he could play it for myself and Femi (another engineer). We spent the next few hours listening to it on those amazing Westlake speakers at Paisley and got a running commentary from the creator of it himself.
Sometimes he just felt like playing guitar so he would have us grab his favorite James Brown video and patch the audio up to the console so he could play along. What a treat it was to just sit and watch him play! One of my favorite moments was being in the studio for one of the most amazing auditions I have ever witnessed, the audition of Rosie Gaines! Levi had brought her out as they were old friends and the second she opened her mouth we were all floored. Im getting shivers just thinking about that day. My other favorite moment was jamming on bass with Prince on drums and his dad playing piano. All right, the only reason I got to play the bass was because Kim Bassinger (she played Vicky Vale in the Batman movie and hung out at the studio for a while) didnt want to, but little did Prince know that I had studied bass at Berklee and I was able to hold my own (barely, lol!!!)
There were some crazy times as well. We were at Record Plant LA in 1994 when the big earthquake hit. I remember how humbled he was when we witnessed all of LA and Hollywood coming together to help each other out. I was also in the studio when he decided to change his name to an unpronouncable symbol. That made for some "interesting" converstion. Then, of course, there was the time he accidentally found and listened to a cassette tape of me doing a karaoke version of "Kiss" His reaction was priceless and the story is best left for another time.
Anyways, thank you for letting me share with you. Its the only way I can cope right now. I was just going to post something on facebook but it felt far better to share with all of you, his biggest fans. I am so sorry for your loss, our loss. Its up to all of us now to keep him alive. Prince, if you are listening.. Thank you. You have touched so many souls. We are all stronger and our faith is unbroken because of everything you have taught us. Rest easy gentle soul.
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Messagepar odelay » 26 Avril 2016, 08:04

Pas mal d'anciens musiciens se sont retrouvés hier à MPLS. Voici une belle photo des principaux claviers de Paisley Park :



Morris Hayes, Paul Peterson, Monte Moir, Lisa Coleman, Dr Fink, Tommy Barbarella.


Edit : mince l'image est trop grosse, je ne sais pas comment la redimensionner.
Calhoun: corrigé
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Messagepar jojo 94 » 26 Avril 2016, 08:27

clic droite sur la photo et afficher l'image = top
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Messagepar Luis » 26 Avril 2016, 08:30

un lien vers la photo des claviers ?
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