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As Dylan Dreyer, Willie Geist and Al Roker gather for TODAY’s Take, they joins fans all over the world in remembering music icon Prince, and each choose moments in his career that impacted them. For Willie it’s “When Doves Cry” from the film “Purple Rain” in 1984; for Dylan it’s his much more recent “Saturday Night Live” performance in November 2014. As for Al, his choice is offbeat: “Partyman” from the soundtrack of the 1989 film “Batman.”