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  Prince Rogers Nelson
Prince (born June 7, 1958), real name Prince Rogers Nelson, a performer in the funk tradition and guitarist in the rock and roll tradition, is a composer, record producer, film director and actor.
Prince is allied with the tradition of Marvin Gaye in mixing spirituality and sensuality, "I Would Die 4U", for instance, which can be compared to Gaye's "Sexual Healing", with its not so subtle reference to Jesus Christ.
Prince is regarded as one of top live acts in the music business, often performing not only in large arenas, but also late at night in small clubs for a selected audience.
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 Prince (Prince Nelson): Beautiful, charming and eccentric - one of the biggest entertainment stars at MondoStars.com
Prince, born Prince Rogers Nelson, is a multi-instumentalist who has spanned a myriad of musical styles.
Nelson's career began in the late 70's with the jazz band "The Prince Rogers Trio." In 1976, he worked with Chris Moon, a demo producer in Minneapolis.
Prince's album 1999 was released in 1982, which became his breakthrough.
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 PRINCE ROGERS NELSON BIOGRAPHIE IN ENGLISH ET FRANCAIS PAGE 4
'Prince Rogers Nelson' was born June 7, 1958 in Mineapolis.
Prince, on the other hand, has said that he canceled the project because it was too dark, to negative.
Un influent tient le premier rôle des années 80, le prince a écrit et a produit les chansons géniales de bruit qui ont eu l'appel de croix-genre, y compris les dessus-vendeurs 1999, quand les colombes pleurent et embrassent.
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Nelson's story-book charm with lush parks overflowing with bright flower gardens gives the visitor a sense of relaxation that pervades even the bustling city center.
In 1867, gold and silver were found in the area and Nelson grew quickly as a result of the frantic mining activity.
On March 4th, 1897, the City of Nelson was incorporated with a population of 3,000.
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 Prince Rogers Nelson
Prince Rogers Nelson was born on June 7, 1958 in Minneapolis.
Prince's first hit song was "I Wanna Be Your Lover", which came out in 1979.
Prince was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.
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  Prince - Minnewiki
Prince (born Prince Rogers Nelson on June 7, 1958) is one of the most famous musicians to emerge from the Minnesota music scene.
Prince Roger(s) Nelson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota at Mount Sinai Hospital on June 7, 1958, to John L. Nelson and Mattie Shaw.
Later, Prince moved in with a neighborhood family, the Andersons, and became friends with their son, Andre Anderson (later called Andre Cymone).
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 Prince divorce - Boston.com
Prince and wife Manuela Testolini Nelson are to divorce.
Prince, full name Prince Rogers Nelson, and Testolini, a former employee at the star's Paisley Park charitable foundation, were married for five years.
Prince and Garcia's union was eventually annulled in 1998.
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 Prince Guitar Tabs and Chords
Prince (born Prince Rogers Nelson on June 7, 1958), known as from 1993 to 2000, is a popular and influential American musician.
Prince Rogers Nelson was born June 7, 1958 in Minneapolis, Minnesota at Mount Sinai Hospital to John L. Nelson and Mattie Shaw.
Prince's parents are, in fact, African-American and like most African-Americans are an amalgam of various ethnicities.
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 The Lyrics of Prince Rogers Nelson by C. Liegh McInnis / Art Changes / In Motion Magazine
Prince represented those like myself who had no real knowledge of African American history and accepted life in a vacuum with no historical road map of how we got to the eighties and no understanding of where we needed to be going.
Prince's use of sex and sexuality was not merely to glorify the personal gratification of sex and sexuality but to show that sex and sexuality are merely personifications or manifestations of our spiritual selves.
Prince's concentration in sex has been 380 rooted in his belief of the duality of man, meaning that man exists as a dual being, flesh and soul, physical and metaphysical, psychological and emotional.
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 Prince Biography
Prince is generally considered an excellent guitarist, songwriter and composer, though he is also a capable pianist, record producer, film director and actor.
Prince is allied with the tradition of Marvin Gaye in mixing spirituality and sensuality, "I Would Die 4 U", for instance, which can be compared to Gaye's "Sexual Healing", with its not so subtle reference to Jesus Christ.
MTV, which had aired his videos and contributed to Prince's fame, did not embrace the glyph, however; in a humorous fashion, they took to playing a sound effect resembling a puff of hot air whenever his name was mentioned on the music video channel.
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Prince - Minneapolis Muscian Prince  Prince Rogers Nelson was born on June 7, 1958, in Minneapolis, to Mattie Shaw and a pianist named John Nelson who was a member of the Prince Roger Trio, after which Prince was named.
Prince News On Launch One of the most talented popular musicians of his generation, Prince--real name Prince Rogers Nelson--celebrates his 43rd...
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 Prince (artist)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Prince is generally considered a brilliant guitarist songwriter and composer but is also a capable pianist record producer film director and actor.
Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis Minnesota at Mount Sinai Hospital on June 1958 to John Nelson and Mattie Shaw jazz musicians.
Prince supported Rick James in a 1980 tour with the "punk funk" being applied to both artists it didn't sit comfortably with Prince who not consider that there was a significant influence in his music.
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 PRINCE IN PRINT
Prince's rock and roll is as authentic and compelling as his soul and his extremism is endearing in a era of play-it-safe record production and formulaic hit mongering.
Prince Rogers Nelson throws everything into the fray on "Purple Rain," his follow-up to "1999" and the soundtrack of his biographical film, blistering through his rock 'n' roll and soul roots with enough heat to melt the purple-colored vinyl that's inside the jacket.
Prince may be the closest this decade will come to a figure as musically complete and ambitious as Jimi Hendrix; certainly, if Purple Rain resembles anything, it is the expansive, psychedelic, turbulently cosmic world of Electric Ladyland.
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Prince (born Prince Rogers Nelson in 1958) recorded his first demos in 1976 and signed with Warner Brothers Records.
Prince was set to release The Black Album in 1987, but he recalled before it was released (it was eventually released years later).
Prince's 1995 album, The Gold Experience, was his last to have a hit single, "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World".
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 Prince Biography
Prince, born Prince Rogers Nelson on June 7, 1958 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a popular and influential singer, songwriter, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist.
Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota at Mount Sinai Hospital on June 7, 1958, to John L. Nelson and Mattie Shaw, both jazz musicians.
Prince is often mentioned in the tradition of Marvin Gaye and Sam Cooke in mixing spirituality and sensuality.
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 Prince, Pictures, Clips, News, Lyrics, Fan Sites
As a boy, Prince was given his first guitar by his father, a jazz musician with the Prince Rogers Trio - and for which his father named his firstborn son.
Meanwhile, Prince's reputation as a musical genius continued to rise throughout the decade keeping him in constant demand as a songwriter, collaborator and mentor for such pop sensations as Carmen Electra, Vanity, Apollonia, Sheila E., Sheena Easton, and The Bangles ("Manic Monday" was written under the pseudonym Christopher).
Prince released his most recent critically acclaimed album "Musicology" in 2004, the same year he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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 Prince, Singer, Rogers Nelson, Dancer, Song Writer, biography, images, discography - Rhythm n Raga.org
Prince's recording career began with funk and soul marketed to a fl audience; his early music also reflected the contemporary musical impact of disco.
Prince's lyrics often address sexuality with frankness and imagination, and his music constructs correspondingly intense experiences of desire.
The whole thrust of Prince's art can be understood in terms of a desire to escape the social identities thrust upon him by simple virtue of his being small, fl, and male.
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 Prince - Encyclopedia.com
Prince Signs with Universal Records; New Album, 3121, Scheduled for Release in 2006.
THE HIDDEN PRINCE The Handsome, single and holed up in Blakes Hotel, Prince Nikolaos of Greece is one of London's best-kept secrets.
Prince Phetsarath (1890-1959): nationalism and royalty in the making of modern Laos.
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 Prince St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: )
While Prince attained the peak of his critical and commercial success in the early 1980s,; by the end of the 1990s he had emerged as a musical entrepreneur, continuing to tour regularly while maintaining a legion of fans in the United States and abroad.
Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis on June 7, 1958 to Mattie Shaw and John Nelson, a local musician.
Prince rose to superstar status with the release of his next two groundbreaking albums: 1999 (1982), a double-album set featuring several hit singles, including "Little Red Corvette" and the infectious, prophetic title track; and Purple Rain (1984),; which became the defining moment of Prince's career.
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 Prince (musician) - Article about Prince (musician)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Prince (born Prince Rogers Nelson on June 7, 1958), known from 1993 to 2000 as (or informally, The Artist Formerly Known as Prince or "Tafkap"), is a popular and influential American musician.
Prince's parents are, in fact African-American, his mother of African-American, Indian and Caucasian lineage, specifically (noted in a 1985 Rolling Stone interview with Prince).
Prince often uses pseudonyms and monikers to separate himself from the music (either his own or that of others) he has had input in; he has said that he was tired of seeing his name everywhere, and that only egotistical people take credit for everything they do.
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 Prince (artist) - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Prince (born Prince Rogers Nelson on June 7, 1958), known as Image:Princesymbol.png (or, The Artist Formerly Known As Prince) from 1993 to 2000, is a popular and influential American musician.
Image:Prince 1977.jpg Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota at Mount Sinai Hospital to John L. Nelson and Mattie Shaw.
Prince's ban on videos ended as the album stalled in the charts with a video for "Raspberry Beret" which reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100.
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 Prince Rogers Nelson
Prince Rogers Nelson Was born on June 7th 1958 @ 6:17pm @ Mt. Saini Hospital in Minneapolis,Minnasota.
Prince is 5'4with out heels and with heels he is 5'7 in height.
John named Prince after his band.His mother was part of the band for a couple of years and then she married John.
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 Fort Nelson, British Columbia. Hotels & Motels. Book accommodations and reservations
Fort Nelson, named after Admiral Nelson, was established as a fur trading post in 1805.
While no longer a fur trading centre, Fort Nelson is still the service centre of the northeastern region of the province with an increasing emphasis on tourism.
Ribboned with thousands of kikometres of rivers, dotted by hundreds of lakes and crowned by the majestic Rocky Mountains, the area surrounding Fort Nelson is an outdoor enthusiasts delight.
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 Willie Nelson Tickets - Willie Nelson Concert Tour Schedule - Willie Nelson Ticket Broker
Willie Hugh Nelson was born in the town of Abott, Texas on April 30th, 1933.
With an artist like Willie Nelson, it doesn't matter where you're from or where you're at, his voice and his name are familiar.
Willie Nelson has recorded over 100 albums and won over 30 different awards ranging from Grammy's to Academy of Country Music Awards for favorite male artist to album and singles of the year.
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 PRINCE - THE BEATLES OF FUNK
Oh, yes, the former symbol guy named Prince can be a HUGE cheese head with his pretentious religious stuff, such as the silly electronically altered spoken word crap on The Rainbow Children album.
Nelson is pushing up daisies one day, what will be remembered mostly is that he was one of the greatest half dozen artists in the history of modern popular music.
The Sign O the Times album, among others, will way outlive any of his personal foolishness.
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 MilkandCookies - Prince Rogers Nelson
The Artist Formerly Known as Prince guest hosts on the show formerly known as The Muppet Show.
Kevin Smith talks about his times doing a documentary on Prince.
Kevin Smith talks about his times spent doing a documentary on Prince.
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 The Review Section:In the spotlight É 06/02/00   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He swapped his given name of Prince Rogers Nelson for an unpronounceable symbol during a protracted contract battle with his former record label.
Prince says he will continue his fight against what he perceives as major label domination of the nation's music scene.
Prince, who was born on June 7, 1958, has promised not to ''give up the store to Forrest Gump accounting firms who think a royalty check is like a box of chocolates.''
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 Prince @ Filmbug UK
Prince (born June 7, 1958), real name Prince Rogers Nelson, a performer in the funk tradition and guitarist in the rock and roll tradition, is a composer, record producer, film director and actor.
Prince is allied with the tradition of Marvin Gaye in mixing spirituality and sensuality, I Would Die 4U, for instance, which can be compared to Gaye's Sexual Healing, with its not so subtle reference to Jesus Christ.
Prince is regarded as one of top live acts in the music business, often performing not only in large arenas, but also late at night in small clubs for a selected audience.
www.filmbug.co.uk /db/25996   (967 words)

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