How Did Prince Celebrate His Last Record Store Day? | Music News
On Saturday, April 16, five days prior to his death, Prince celebrated Record Store Day. The Purple Rain performer visited Minneapolis record store, Electric Fetus, and purchased six albums, his selections varied across genres and generations. The late icon was known for genre spanning pieces, and his taste in music clearly reflected that.
Prince’s Record Store Day haul included classics like Stevie Wonder’s Talking Book, Santana’s Santana IV, and Joni Mitchell’s Hejira, as well as R&B/soul group The Chambers Brothers’ The Time Has Come, Swan Silvertones’ Inspirational Gospel Classics, and ’80s new wave group Missing Persons’ The Best Of Missing Persons.
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