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Around the World in a Day is the seventh studio album by American recording artist Prince, and the third to feature his backing band The Revolution. It was released on April 22, 1985 by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros. Departing somewhat from the commercial sound of his previous release, the massively successful Purple Rain (1984), the album instead saw Prince experimenting with psychedelic styles and more opulent textures.
Late in 1985, Prince broke his self-imposed silence and spoke to the public for the first time in almost four years. First came an interview for Rolling Stone magazine. Later came an interview for MTV. Prince’s agreement to be interviewed took MTV so suddenly that the staff at the cable network were unable to arrange to conduct the interview in person. Consequently, the Music News staff resorted to simply providing a list of questions to be read to Prince by his manager and answered by Prince on videotape. MTV elected to broadcast only parts of the interview. They asked him what he thought of the new Prince album, Around The World In A Day. He said, It’s great, but wait ’til you hear the new album. Apparently, he meant you’re already working on a new LP, and that this one would be a strong return to your funk roots.
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In ann interview with Rolling Stone in 1985, Prince said, "George told me how much he liked Around the World In a Day. You know how much his words meant than those from some mamma-jamma wearing glasses and an alligator shirt behind a typewriter?" Clinton's The Cinderella Theory was released on Paisley Park Records in 1989. Grand Funk Railroad, "Some Kind of Wonderful". In a 1985 interview with MTV, Prince said, "James Brown played a big influence in my style. During the recording of his 1978 debut album For You, he would listen to records by Chaka and Rufus to get in the right mood for his vocal sessions. He absolutely loved that girl,' assistant engineer Steve Fontano recalled to biographer Per Nilsen.
com/detail/vidéo-PZlrFkmX4dM. Prince's FriendIl y a 5 mois. Absolutely another a great album, Everything prince puts out I think its Awesome, but America, she always in my hair, Raspberry Beret, nd pop life stands out the most, but that's just me, but this album was tasteful. dawnna AvelinoIl y a 3 jours. he'd put his mind on self marketing a little more.
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