Tag: Kenny Rogers
The latest in a series of excursions into the legendarily prolific Prince offers up a compelling theme: fifteen songs Prince gave to friends and his protégées. Even though the ubiquity of some of the hits casts a bit of a shadow on Prince’s versions, on the whole this is an interesting look into his talent.
“‘Remember when?’ is the lowest form of conversation.” – Tony Soprano In writing about older music here and in the print edition of The Recoup, I’ve purposefully set about trying to avoid being too nostalgic. It’s easy to get caught up in nostalgia for nostalgia’s sake, and it doesn’t always make for the most interesting… Read More ›