Singer Prince's estate announces new album
The album features versions of Purple Rain and 17 Days. While the record shares a title with Prince's final concert tour, the album pre-dates it by some 33 years
On late musician Prince's 60th birth anniversary yesterday, his estate announced that it will release the first full album, titled Piano & A Microphone 1983, since the deluxe edition of Purple Rain last year.'
It is a collection of solo songs recorded at home by the late singer. The estate released the first song from the album, a cover of the spiritual song Mary Don't You Weep, which will be featured during the end credits of Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman film, which releases in August. The album features versions of Purple Rain and 17 Days. While the record shares a title with Prince's final concert tour, the album pre-dates it by some 33 years.
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