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Into the Madhouse

fter Prince’s tour ended in September 1986, Eric Leeds was sitting at home on a Sunday afternoon when he got a call from his boss: “I’m here with my dad playing some jazz. Want to come over and play with us?” An hour later, Leeds showed up at Prince’s house, where Prince led him to an upstairs room with a grand piano.

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