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I Feel For You - Prince - Prince (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. I Feel For You is the eighth track on Prince's second album Prince. Prince did not release it as a single at the time, but four years later it became a worldwide hit when performed by soul singer Chaka Khan (with whom Prince would work many years later).. In , the track was included as the fourth track on Prince's first compilation album The Hits 1 (also included as the first disc of The.
  2. May 03,  · The Purple wax continues to flow. Less than two weeks since his tragic death, it looks like a significant part of Prince’s album back catalogue will be reissued on vinyl by Warner Bros. As Modern Vinyl report, and as discussed at length on Prince forum placexratechcontlincietertenopafor.coinfo, several titles are now up for pre-order, many of [ ].
  3. The album credits on Prince’s debut album say it all: “Produced, arranged, composed, and performed by Prince.” When Prince entered the studio to lay down the tracks on For You, the stakes were placexratechcontlincietertenopafor.coinfo only was it a chance to prove himself to the world as a talented songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and singer — but at only 19 years old, he was about to become the youngest artist in.
  4. This single was released for purchased on Oct. 18, as a preorder through placexratechcontlincietertenopafor.coinfo and are to be shipped in January. The single was download/streaming and released on Oct. 18, The actual catalog number is yet to be determined. B-side is from the original version from the self titled "Prince" Album that was released on Oct. 19,
  5. Welcome to the Prince Official Store! Shop online for Prince merchandise, t-shirts, clothing, apparel, posters and accessories. We are doing our best to deliver your order on schedule; however, we are experiencing delays during this time.
  6. Prince – The Black Album – In , Prince intended to release an untitled album that had an all-black cover on which neither a title nor the name of the artist appeared. The so-called “Black Album” was withdrawn prior to release by Prince himself, for reasons that remain unclear to this day.
  7. Aug 06,  · While it was released by Warner Brothers on CD and cassette in , and on Tidal in , no vinyl copies were ever created again. A small amount of promo copies survived, which lead to it becoming one of the most bootlegged albums of all time.
  8. The most successful and best-known version was recorded by R&B singer Chaka Khan and appeared on her album I Feel for You. It became the recipient of two Grammy Awards for Best R&B Song (with Prince as its songwriter) and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for Khan.
  9. The Prince Estate passionately presents Prince’s life and work, and cultivates opportunities to further his legacy. We aim to immerse fans, old and new, in Prince's story, explore the role of Prince and his work in today's cultural landscape.

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