I'm going to guess.... King Crimson.
posted by hippybear at 3:24 PM on August 4 [+] [!]
Of course there are shitty examples. It's TVTropes. About half of the examples given for every trope are either not instances of said trope (on account of the editor doesn't get it) or are from tv shows or movies that are so terrible, it's surprising anyone admitted to watching it.
“It's one of them things when you admire somebody so. Same as when I was playing second trumpet with Joe Oliver. And you think I'd, uh, blow for him? Like hell and I was [a] New Orleans little old young country sumbitch, strong as an ox, but I always respect Joe Oliver and that was that. He was the man and I wasn't the one to moo him, no no. When I blew that horn, I got away from Joe, believe that. Didn't blow it until I left him, you know? Yeah and every other page in my story is Joe Oliver, man... [Oliver] was a great man, you know, and I wouldn't let nobody play him cheap right today. When them ofay writers and all them cats, you know, want to make my situation, they say, 'Didn't Bunk Johnson teach you?' I say, 'Bunk didn't teach me shit!' Any similarity of tone or whatever it is, it's accidental. Joe Oliver was the man that would stop and show the kids in New Orleans anything they want to know about that music. Bunk didn't have time on the way to the Eagle Saloon. But Joe Oliver would stop.”
'Manic Monday' by The Bangles was written by Prince.
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