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"Zeitgeist is also brought about in entertainment in mu-
sic, books, and movies. People's attitudes and thoughts are
affected by what they watch hear, and read."
In the field of music, stars like Prince, Lionel Richie,
Tina Turner, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, and Cyndi
Lauper were consistantly at the top of the music charts.
Prince and the Revolution made the headlines
throughout the year with their hit soundtrack and movie
Purple Rain, which grossed S25 million. The group went
on for a concert tour around the country. In Detroit they
broke the all-time attendance record at Ioe Louis Arena.
Lionel Richie was the top entertainer of the year with
his album Can't Slow Down.
Madonna, Tina Turner, and Cyndi Lauper were the
hottest women of the music world. It was a comeback
year for Tina Turner and her Grammy winning album
Private Dancer. Cyndi Lauper's She's So Unusual has be-
come the first debut album to have five top ten singles.
Born in the U.S.A. by Bruce Springsteen brought back his
diehard fans of the past.
"Lights! Camera! Action!" seemed to be the motto for
1984-85 as numerous movies drew the public and their
pocketbooks to theaters. Ghostbusters with Bill Murray
and Dan Ackroyd had people going hysterical laugh-
ing that is. The life and times of Mozart were depicted in
the popular movie Amadeus. A Killing Field, A Soldier's
Story, Places in the Heart, and Passage to India were oth-
er hopefuls for the academy award for Best Picture of the
With his Edwardian style dress and Iames Brown singing style, Prince
boasted top record sales with his album Purple Rain.
At age 46, a youthful Tina Turner skyrocketed to the top of the charts
with her single "What's Love Got to Do With It?" from the album