Remembering Prince

Two years ago today, we lost Prince.

The New Yorker’s piece from two years ago is still one of the best “memorials”:

Miles Davis, in his autobiography, compared Prince to Duke Ellington; one might be tempted to add Miles himself to that comparison. When we discuss artists so transcendently brilliant and impossibly prolific, their rarities and deep cuts offer profundities that dwarf the entire catalogues of lesser musicians.

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