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      Rest In Peace 2017

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      gopher
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #100: Sep 26, 2017 01:46:14 pm
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #101: Sep 28, 2017 04:41:04 am
      Hugh Hefner dead at 91
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #102: Sep 28, 2017 05:19:50 am
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      Reply #103: Sep 28, 2017 05:59:10 am
      RIP Hugh

      Imagine being at that after Funeral wake!
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      Reply #104: Sep 28, 2017 02:15:52 pm
      Gonna have my penis at half mast tonight in honour of Hugh.
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      Reply #105: Sep 28, 2017 02:44:19 pm
      Hugh Hefner what a guy, jeez that's what you call a wonderful life RIP stud.
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      Reply #106: Sep 28, 2017 02:49:56 pm
      Hugh Hefner what a guy, jeez that's what you call a wonderful life RIP stud.

      Man has had more pussy than some have had hot dinners...

      RIP 'The Heff'
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #107: Sep 29, 2017 09:40:48 am
      R.I.P hugh,you  seen more cu*ts than the turnstiles for the home supporters at woodison & O.T combined
      « Last Edit: Sep 29, 2017 09:46:19 am by Jimsouse67 »
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      Reply #108: Sep 29, 2017 10:10:58 am
      R.I.P hugh,you  seen more cu*ts than the turnstiles for the home supporters at woodison & O.T combined

      Going to be buried next to marilyn monroe, even in death he lands on his feet
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #109: Oct 02, 2017 10:45:37 pm
      Tom Petty.
      Brilliant musician and songwriter..
       :(
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      Reply #110: Oct 03, 2017 05:49:47 am
      Tom Petty.
      Brilliant musician and songwriter..
       :(

      Tom Petty

       :( :( :(
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      Reply #111: Oct 03, 2017 07:45:42 am
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-41475013

      Gutted to say the least,absolute legend & a amazing singer songwriter
      His stuff with the heartbreakers was fantastic as was his solo stuff & not forgetting the traveling wilburys
      R.I.P Tom petty.
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #112: Oct 25, 2017 05:52:30 pm
      RIP Fats Domino

      Fats Domino: Rock and roll legend dies aged 89

      Fats Domino, one of the most influential rock and roll performers of the 1950s and 60s, has died aged 89.

      The American rock and roll artist was best known for his songs Ain't That A Shame and Blueberry Hill.

      The New Orleans singer sold more than 65 million records, outselling every 1950s rock and roll act except Elvis Presley.

      His million-selling debut single, The Fat Man, is credited by some as the first ever rock and roll record.

      An official from New Orleans coroner's office confirmed the death, which was earlier announced by Domino's daughter to a local television station.

      Fats Domino - whose real name was Antoine Domino Jr - was one of the first rhythm and blues artists to gain popularity with a white audience and his music was most prolific in the 1950s.

      Domino had a string of number ones and more than 30 top 40 hits.

      His music is also credited as a key influence on artists during the 1960s and 70s.

      Elvis Presley referred to Fats Domino as "the real king of rock n roll" and Paul McCartney reportedly wrote the Beatles song Lady Madonna in emulation of his style.

      In 1986 he was among the first inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but by his later life Domino would no longer leave his Louisiana hometown - not even to accept the award.

      New Orleans-born musician and actor Harry Connick Jr is among those who have paid tribute to Domino on Twitter, saying he had "helped pave the way for New Orleans piano players".

      https://twitter.com/HarryConnickJR/status/923192884467257349

      KT Tunstall thanked the pioneering artist for being an inspiration:

      https://twitter.com/KTTunstall/status/923203785115295744

      And Samuel L Jackson paid tribute citing the lyrics of one of Domino's best loved songs:

      https://twitter.com/SamuelLJackson/status/923203256213532672

      Antoine "Fats" Domino Jr was born in New Orleans on 26 Feb 1928, the son of a violinist. His parents were of Creole origin, and French Creole was spoken in the family.

      He was musically inclined from an early age and learned piano from his brother in law, the jazz banjo player, Harrison Verrett.

      He was given his nickname by bandleader Bill Diamond for whom he was playing piano in honky-tonks as a teenager. He said the youngster's technique reminded him of two other great piano players, Fats Waller and Fats Pichon.

      Domino left school at the age of 14 to work in a bedspring factory by day, and play in bars by night. He was soon accompanying such New Orleans luminaries as Professor Longhair and Amos Milburn.

      In the mid-1940s, he joined trumpeter Dave Bartholomew's band, and the two co-wrote Domino's first hit The Fat Man. Suddenly, the New Orleans sound became popular nationwide.

      In an interview with the BBC in 1973, Domino spoke about his early life.

      He said: "I was 17 when I made my first record in 1949. I never thought about being professional. I used to work in a lumberyard and that's where I first heard a number on a jukebox and I liked it. It was a piano number. It was called 'Swanee River Boogie' by Albert Ammonds."

      Despite both musical heavyweights coming from New Orleans, Fats Domino said he only met Louis Armstrong twice in his life.

      He told the BBC: "I liked the way he was singing 'Blueberry Hill'. See, a lot of people think I wrote 'Blueberry Hill' but I didn't.

      "That number was wrote in 1927 and I recorded that song in 1957. We just put a different background and I just sing it the way it would fit me and it came out great for me."

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-41753839


      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6JZW7zMDfY


      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQQCPrwKzdo
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #113: Nov 19, 2017 02:31:06 am
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #114: Nov 19, 2017 08:50:14 pm

      yeah, the most clinical and precise rock n roll rhythm guitar player ever ! :action-smiley-035:
      « Last Edit: Nov 20, 2017 08:44:12 am by 6stringer »
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      Reply #115: Nov 23, 2017 07:48:11 pm

      yeah, the most clinical and precise rock n roll rhythm guitar player ever ! :action-smiley-035:

      Lucky enough to have caught AC/DC twice... real lucky. Legend 🤘
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #116: Nov 23, 2017 08:30:59 pm
      Malcolm Young

      David Cassidy

      Jana Novotna

      RIP
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #117: Nov 23, 2017 08:32:53 pm
      RIP Malcolm Young .

      I was headbanging over the kitchen sink this morning when R2 played a tribute to him.


      Volume UP .


      https://youtu.be/QMvE0yFnR0I

       
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      Reply #118: Nov 24, 2017 11:51:59 pm
      Nice tribute compilation I found.
      youtu.be/GtcfNcnk07o
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #120: Dec 11, 2017 02:40:41 pm
      Keith Chegwin dead at 60.

      RIP.

      Loved watching Swap Shop &  Cheggers plays Pop.. :(
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      Reply #121: Dec 11, 2017 03:10:11 pm
      RIP Cheggers.

      Sad that and far too young.
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      Reply #122: Dec 11, 2017 05:42:15 pm
      Wow, grew up with him on Swapshop, Cheggers Plays Pop, Saturday Superstore.
      60, far too young, RIP Cheggers
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      Re: Rest In Peace 2017
      Reply #123: Dec 11, 2017 10:08:53 pm
      RIP cheggers

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      Reply #124: Dec 11, 2017 10:16:47 pm
      Top fella was our Cheggers...RIP fella  :o

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