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The story of Prince's rarest album ever.
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The legendary band says thanks, and remembers "What's Happening!!"
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The album landed with instant party classics "Dance, Dance, Dance," and "Everybody Dance."
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2020 introduction: Patti LaBelle, Nona Hendryx and Sarah Dash - as the group Labelle (2020 inductees into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame) - were very much trendsetters and pioneers in the early ‘70s, finally breaking through to mainstream audiences in 1974 with the now-classic “Lady Marmalade” global hit…
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'Nurse Heroes LIve!' takes place Nov. 26, 2020 on YouTube and Facebook.
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For a man typically of few words, Prince had something to say when he appeared on CNN's 'Larry King Live' on Dec. 10, 1999.
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The 'Charlie's Angels' soundtrack gave the group another No. 1.
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2020 introduction: New Orleans’ prolific music man Allen Toussaint had been experiencing a new level of success as the producer of the group Labelle’s 1974 album “Nighbirds” as well as the release of his own first LP as an artist in his own right. British music journalist (and future SoulMusic.com founder) David Nathan interviewed Allen (inducted posthumously into The SoulMusic Hall Of Fame in 2020) on his first visit to New Orleans in 1975…
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