I'm a 60 year old rock 'n roller turned blues player. I turned the radio off about 1979 and it really didn't get back on until White Stripes became well known. I never had or watched MTV during my busy career days and mega training for endurance athletic events during that era. That said, I don't know any Prince music and for that matter Michael Jackson either. I can't even tell you a Brad Paisley song for I don't listen to country, pop, or jazz. My wife knows every MJ and Prince song (I met her in the late 90s). In the 60's, she was a Beatles fan, I was a Stones fan. I hear and read about all of the influence that Prince made, but I am totally naive about his stuff. Purple Rain? Don't know it. Don't know if I ever heard it. As I have been listening to his music the last few days, I sense the "Minnesota sound", but that's it. I get it that he is "great" and Bruce Springsteen opened a concert the other night with a tribute to Prince (I only know "Born in the USA by Bruce). Call me sheltered or narrow minded, but don't flame me, just give me some bluesy non pop tunes of his that might teach me what he was all about. I think I have something to learn here. Thanks.