RIP thread


#490

I think I need to see this film.


#491

It’s probably one of the best documentaries I’ve seen, it’s a hard look at how mental illness can throw someone’s whole life out of whack.


#492

Yes you do. It’s fantastic. Be prepared to cry.


#493

Eddie Money from cancer


#494

Just one ticket to paradise?


#495

dude


#496

#497

Too soon?


#498

Not soon enough in my opinion


#499

I saw Eddie Money live. With Motley Crue and Def Leppard. The 80’s were weird.


#500

They still are


#501

Still ssssssad regardless.


#502

The one piece of trivia I never forgot was when I learned that Eddie Money was a New York City police officer for 2 years before he moved over to the music business.


#503

Bad week for 80’s music:

https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Ric-Ocasek-Cars-Singer-Dead-in-NY-at-75-560430391.html?amp=y


#504

He and and his Adam’s apple will be buried in adjoining plots.


#505

Bad decade for music the 80s


#506

The 80’s were my whole childhood. It’s all my first favorite music, first albums, MTV.

It’s just going to keep happening. :confused:


#507

Bye, bye, love


#508

Mine too, I just didn’t like pretty much anything from that decade, all earlier stuff for me.


#509

Saw Daniel Johnston at a festival here in KC probably 7 or 8 years ago. It was after he quit touring but he had some friend here that lured him out of Texas for a rare show. A local band called Capybara backed him up. He was wearing baggy sweat pants and a t shirt with a big stain on it. My buddy said he wandered into the venue and looked like he was lost. He asked them where the stage was and they just pointed him in the right direction. That film about him is great for sure.