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It is complicated to speak out my opinion when it comes to Prince. I love some of his songs, yet I consider some of his other songs not good at all. I would say that the best years for Prince are between mid-1980’s and early 1990’s.

After the two big wet kisses of the first two tracks, “The Dress” comes in as the emotionally alienating wicked comedown. As if in a distant dream Makino sings I love you less…now that I know you The stark reality of heartbreak continues with the clashing lies and clashing thighs in Spring and soundtrack lyrics By Summer Fall which sees guitarist Amadeo Pace take lead with vocals and a brilliant and economical riff that rips through the atmospherics.

Last.fm and Rhapsody: These sites provide free streaming music and also suggest new music you might like based on your preferences. You can also link your friends to specific songs and share the music you love.

Changing your phones ring tone is easy. Perhaps set it for that one specific friend who reminds you of Axel Foley or the 1980’s. There are lots of ways to enjoy Axel on your cel phone. Make your phone individually unique, show your personality and brighten your day all with this simple synthesized song.

Another hauntingly beautiful composition from Katharine Blake. The lyric is a 12th-century English poem, just one stanza in length, portraying Christ suffering on the cross.

Eaton and West helped Furtado produce her debut album “Whoa Nelly!” The album was released in October of 2000 to rave reviews. The hit single “I’m Like a Bird” eventually won Furtado her first Grammy award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Additional hits from the album were “Turn Off the Light” and “On the Radio (Remember the Days). The Nelly Furtado video for the former showcased her multicultural background.

My many conversations with older black men about music in the 60s and 70s confirm one thing: the love song was alive and well back in the day. It was an integral part of the courtship strategy that black men used to “woo” women. Smokey Robinson, Barry White, and Teddy Pendergrass supplied the soundtrack and the lyrics which influenced the romantic aspirations and psyches of young black men.

With that said, “Saturday Morning: Cartoons Greatest Hits” is a great pick up for any animation fan. It is a great set of classic cartoon heme songs performed by some of the best voices in music. Even if you are no longer into cartoons, you should pick it up just for the music. Fifteen years after its original release, the music and the compilation are still enjoyable and fun, and I expect it ill remain that way well into the future.