David Toop, Face, The, July 1990
White Rock we know about, but why should the idea of Black Rock be so difficult to comprehend? When Prince says his current tour is rock'n'roll based, he is simply following a Black Rock tradition that stretches back to Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone and the psychedelia of the Sixties.
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