RIP thread


#221

I have a CD of his in my car player right now. So smooth.


#222

Damn.

Roy Halladay

great pitcher


#223

1 of 2 players to ever throw a no-hitter in the playoffs, and it was his first postseason start ever. Heck of a pitcher.


#224

He was my favorite pitcher - one of the best ever. What a damn shame.


#225

Paul Buckmaster-Arranger and Conductor who did string arrangments on Bowie’'s Space Oddity, Elton John’s Levon, Rolling Stones Moonlight Mile and Miles Davis On The Corner amongst many other- some stunning work there by anyone’s estimation. R I P .


#226

#227

Signed a 1 day contract so he could retire a Blue Jay. The news kinda broke our collective hearts.


#228

Chuck Mosley of Faith No More, RIP


#229

RIP Fred Cole (Dead Moon)


#230

NOOOOOOOOOO! Not Fred.

And so begins the way-too-late deification of this brilliant, committed, and far too obscure garage band.


#231

Poor Toody.


#232

Burn the fires. He’s coming home.


#233

Malcolm Young. Rock on.


#234

Mel Tillis.


#235

Azzedine Alaia


#236

Pat DiNizio, singer of The Smithereens.


#237

aww, that’s sad to hear. My brother loved The Smithereens and we played them a lot back in the day. That guy had a cool voice.


#238

Haven’s listened to them in ages, going to play my favorite record of theirs later this evening: Especially For You. Yep, he really did have a great melancholic voice.


#239

I haven’t listened to them in ages either. Doubt I even have any of their albums in my hard drive. I’m going to download some now…


#240

I only know Especially For You and Green Thoughts, need to check some of their other albums too.