On episode 143 of the Press Rewind – Prince Lyrics Podcast, I'm talking about five songs pulled from Prince's vault recorded in late 1978 or early 1979 at his France Avenue home in Edina, MN. "Donna" and "Nadara" (or Nadera or Nadeara) are sensitive ballads written about mysterious (to us at least) women. "Baby, Baby, Baby" and … Continue reading Episode 143: Donna / Nadara / Baby, Baby, Baby / Down a Long Lonely Road / Miss You
The convoluted recording history of "Wouldn't You Love to Love Me?" takes front and center on episode 142 of the Press Rewind – Prince Lyrics Podcast. Besides who Prince offered this song to and how many times he recorded it over the span of 10 years, there are some lyrics worth discussing as well. https://press-rewind.blubrry.net/2022/09/18/wouldnt-you-love-to-love-me-press-rewind-prince-lyrics-podcast/ "Wouldn't … Continue reading Episode 142: Wouldn’t You Love to Love Me?
Prince lets his freak flag fly on "Neurotic Lover's Bedroom," the song he recorded after receiving a drum machine as a gift from his new manager. On episode 141 of the Press Rewind – Prince Lyrics Podcast, I'll be diving into the depravity alone, no spotter on standby, to help me navigate the kinky side of Prince's … Continue reading Episode 141: Neurotic Lover’s Bedroom
After the New York City setback in 1976, Prince hired a manager and returned to the studio. Two songs recorded in 1977 that were never officially released by him, "Make It Through the Storm" and "We Can Work It Out," are the focus of episode 140 of the Press Rewind – Prince Lyrics Podcast. With lyrics … Continue reading Episode 140: Make It Through the Storm/We Can Work It Out