Day 1003 of the Trump administration and I sure hope it comes to an end soon. We’re still standing; unfortunately, some of our allies have seen better days, sad. Crimes against humanity? Right now, the transcript of Trump’s call with Erdogan would be nice to see, the real transcript.
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Also, it really does expedite matters when you follow the directions for submitting an article. I wish I had time to fix all of them ( I actually try when I have time) but sometimes, I can’t. Therefore, the article you submitted doesn’t get posted.
Fun Fact: Just this one that Sheltomlee gave me yesterday. Thanks, Shel!
In 1984, Chaka Khan enjoyed a career-revitalizing smash with “I Feel for You,” a spangly, funky, Grammy-winning R&B crossover that featured a harmonica solo from Stevie Wonder and a guest rap from Melle Mel. The track had already been covered on records by The Pointer Sisters and Rebbie Jackson, as well as Prince‘s self-titled second album, but Khan’s version is the one that became a classic. Before any of those versions, though, the song existed only as an unreleased acoustic demo by Prince, who was just 20 at the time.NPR:
And another featuring Chaka Khan just because:
Enjoy what’s left of the weekend!