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Lenny Kravitz Looks Back - Rolling Stone Podcast

Lenny talks about Prince and David Bowie in this podcast with Rolling Stone.

The discussion starts at approximately 35.4 minutes into the interview.

Not a long discussion about Prince but he talks about how their relationship began, and

how both Prince and Bowie influenced him as a young artist.

Both Lenny and the journalist (who interviewed Prince in 2014) talk about how they never saw signs of

D*** A*******.

I believe this is the first time Lenny talked about Prince since his passing.

http://www.rollingstone.c...ck-w469579

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Reply #1 posted 03/08/17 3:48pm

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Thanks for sharing!

"This is the kind of thread I show people when they say I' m a Prince nut. I just say nope, look here." - TheEnglishGent.
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Reply #2 posted 03/08/17 8:33pm

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cool thanks

"holding grudges and anger is a waste of energy, We are all going to die. We are all evolving, trying to become better people, so let it go.”
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Reply #3 posted 03/08/17 8:45pm

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really good.

MD431Madcat said:

cool thanks

"holding grudges and anger is a waste of energy, We are all going to die. We are all evolving, trying to become better people, so let it go.”
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Reply #4 posted 03/14/17 4:47am

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Curious. Lenny says that he contributed guitar to a track on Bowie's Earthling album. I'm only aware of their collaboration on Buddha of Suburbia. I'd say he's got the two confused but as a huge Bowie fan I doubt he'd make such a mistake. Does anyone know what the track is he's referring to? I'm assuming it was uncredited a la his contribution to Billy Jack Bitch...

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