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Reply #30 posted 03/27/14 6:28am

Bambi82

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iZsaZsa said:

iZsaZsa said:
That was an effing awesome story!! OmG! faint
Thanks, Bambi! wave

lol I know and it cracks me up how excited he is when he tells it. There are a few different videos of him telling the same story and I always feel bad for the other guys in the band because you know they've heard it a million times. lol I think this is pretty good, too: http://www.mtv.com/news/a...ince.jhtml

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Reply #31 posted 03/28/14 4:09pm

Pellwormer

What about Tenacious D ?Or Weird Al Yancovic??Jean Pierre-Kusela???
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Reply #32 posted 03/28/14 4:18pm

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fbueller said:

thedance said:

Prince & Peter Gabriel?

2 burned out rock stars. wink

Perhaps the question could be who would have been a good collaboration?

You think Prince and Peter Gabriel couldn't come up with something interesting, even if they just dipped into their archive of recordings?


I'm glad to mentioned Peter Gabriel! He is one of my favorites! While they are very different artists, especially in the pace that they work, I think they come up an amazing collaboration since both are hugely creative and very unique.

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Reply #33 posted 03/28/14 4:20pm

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thedance said:

I have a huge respect for both Prince and Peter Gabriel,

What they have achieved in the past is amazing.

Maybe Kate Bush would be a good Prince collaboration?

Maybe not, since you can't hear her voice in the mix on My Computer.

Or maybe Madonna once again, to stir up some controversy, and excitement again.

Or Björk, could be interesting. Her voice is fantastic..

Not the young generation of artists - I prefer someone from the older / about the same age as Prince.

I also think someone from Prince's generation would be cool. Say...Bruce Springsteen? Tom Petty? Red Hot Chili Peppers?

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Reply #34 posted 03/29/14 3:22am

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Rocket Juice & the Moon
Erykah Badu
Flying Lotus
Moodymann
Corinne Bailey Rae
"So fierce U look 2night, the brightest star pales 2 Ur sex..."
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Reply #35 posted 03/29/14 4:40am

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Milty said:

I don't get Prince's tendency to only collaborate with female artists. I'd like to see him work with some men....and not Stevie Wonder or George Clinton.

AGREED!!

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Reply #36 posted 03/29/14 4:44am

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Sufjan Stevens

Dave Grohl

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Miguel

"Do you really know what love is?"
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Reply #37 posted 03/29/14 6:37am

wilsoqp

(Jamiroquai)

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Reply #38 posted 03/29/14 6:42am

wilsoqp

(Jamiroquai) Nuff Said, he should have been collab w/them instead of No Doubt!

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Reply #39 posted 03/30/14 9:51am

Bambi82

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wilsoqp said:

(Jamiroquai) Nuff Said, he should have been collab w/them instead of No Doubt!

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Waiting Room was a pretty good track (imo).. don't knock ND, he could have collabed with both. wink

The more I think about a Prince/Dave Grohl-FF collab the more I NEED IT IN MY LIFE. faint

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Reply #40 posted 03/31/14 4:05am

nursev

sade, mariah, maxwell n miguel.
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Reply #41 posted 03/31/14 4:08am

nursev

tevin campbell and bring stacy lattisaw out of retirement.
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Reply #42 posted 03/31/14 5:07am

nursev

would be beautiful if he did a gospel song with Aretha wink
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Reply #43 posted 03/31/14 6:11am

luvsexy4all

Trent ..but it'll never happen...different religious views

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Reply #44 posted 03/31/14 7:30am

lagantest

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Trent ..but it'll never happen...different religious views

David Bowie would be amazing as they are both so Versatile. However I do love that story of Prince and Michael Jackson on the recording of Bad. Where they both were in a room and just glared at each other and didnt speak. I love that. The music world is missing that now i think.

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Reply #45 posted 03/31/14 7:33am

luvsexy4all

lagantest said:

luvsexy4all said:

Trent ..but it'll never happen...different religious views

David Bowie would be amazing as they are both so Versatile. However I do love that story of Prince and Michael Jackson on the recording of Bad. Where they both were in a room and just glared at each other and didnt speak. I love that. The music world is missing that now i think.

i guess they both were waiting to see if who should make the first "move"

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Reply #46 posted 03/31/14 7:54am

lagantest

luvsexy4all said:

lagantest said:

David Bowie would be amazing as they are both so Versatile. However I do love that story of Prince and Michael Jackson on the recording of Bad. Where they both were in a room and just glared at each other and didnt speak. I love that. The music world is missing that now i think.

i guess they both were waiting to see if who should make the first "move"

i just love the stubboness from the pair of them. They both respected eachother but just moved in different circles. I loved that fact. Nowadays its all just nicey nice and no rivalry. I remember years ago when Oasis were hating Blur etc. That was exciting. Now its just dull again. I think a bit of good rivalry is good for music. Makes people work harder.

I am pleased that MJ and Prince did not collaborate i dont think it would have worked. They both want different things out of it.

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Reply #47 posted 03/31/14 8:57am

hw3004

I don't think Prince is much of a collaborator, however, off the top of my head the one person I'd love to hear him work with would be James Murphy .

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Reply #48 posted 03/31/14 9:26am

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hw3004 said:

I don't think Prince is much of a collaborator, however, off the top of my head the one person I'd love to hear him work with would be James Murphy .

where as you see David Bowie is the master of being a collaborator.

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Reply #49 posted 03/31/14 12:31pm

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Watched Bonnie Raitt and Mavis Staples on Austin City Limits last night. They did solo sets and then Bonnie joined Mavis at the end for several songs. It was so cool seeing these two together onstage. It would have been incredible to see Prince join them. I would like to hear he and Bonnie do something, the timing might be better now than it was in the 80s. And I'd like to hear more music with Mavis, they did some great stuff together that helped Prince mature in many ways.

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Reply #50 posted 03/31/14 12:53pm

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david byrne

john frusciante and flea

st. vincent

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Reply #51 posted 03/31/14 3:37pm

hw3004

....and John Grant.

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Reply #52 posted 03/31/14 5:35pm

thisisreece

John Grant, David Bowie, Jamiroquai, Dave Grohl... they'd all be great. I think collaborations with Beck or Goldfrapp would be interesting too.

Hundalasiliah!
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Reply #53 posted 03/31/14 11:18pm

Vannormal

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D'angelo

Madonna, again.

Kylie.

Robbie Williams.

David Bowie.

Beyoncé.

Paul McCartney.

Foo Fighters.

Coldplay.

Wendy & Lisa or The Revolution once more.

Bon Iver.

Ryuichi Sakamoto.

The B52's.

Finishing an unheard Michael Jackson song.

Same for a John Lennon/Yoko Ono collaboration.

SMe for a Freddy Mercury track, with Queen.

Some living legend jazz musicians, all together in one song.

Bork.

Sigur Ros.

The Rolling Stones.

Members of Abba even..

Blur.

Imagine a whole album with collaborations of all these artists w Prince.
It could boost everyone's career and would be a historic document in time.
A kind of point where pop music ends it's first 65/70 years of all styles are being summed up for future generations.

My list could be longer.
"...no matter what, all will be fine, always."
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Reply #54 posted 04/01/14 12:18am

raveon2tnek

TERENCE TRENT DARBY WOULD MAKE DIVINE COLLABORATION

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Reply #55 posted 04/01/14 12:19am

raveon2tnek

TERENCE TRENT DARBY WOULD MAKE DIVINE COLLABORATION

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Reply #56 posted 04/01/14 12:20am

raveon2tnek

TERENCE TRENT D'ARBY

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Reply #57 posted 04/01/14 3:59am

iZsaZsa

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Me.
What?
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Reply #58 posted 04/01/14 10:03am

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I always wanted him to do a duet with Sade, especially the cover she did with "Still In Love With You."

[Edited 4/1/14 17:45pm]

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Reply #59 posted 04/01/14 10:48am

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This is gonna sound batshit crazy but I've honestly always wanted to hear a Prince collaboration with Tom Waits. I think that would be sick! smile

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