RIP thread


#241

I downloaded those two and also “11”


#242

“well she held a bass guitar and she was playing in a band
And she stood just like Bill Wyman now i am her biggest fan”

Behind The Wall of Sleep is such a great song.


#243

I repurchased 11 and Blow Up about 6 months ago. Smithereens were pretty smooth.


#244

RIP Ralph Carney.

Longtime saxophone player for Tom Waits, among many others.


#245

So long Johnny Bower. Only Dougo will know who I mean.


#246

Oh yeah… didn’t know he was still living.

One of the old school goalies that wore scars rather than masks.


#247

Sue Grafton.

D is for Dead.


#248

I guess the alphabet ends with ‘Y’.


#249

RIP Rick Hall, Muscle Shoals and Fame studios.


#250

I haven’t paid attention to them in a long time but I liked them back in the day. It doesn’t say what she died from but she was apparently suffering with back problems. 46 is too young to die. RIP.


#251

RIP Keith Jackson.

The greatest college football announcer ever. Whoa Nellie!


#252

‘Fast’ Eddie Clarke was somehow overlooked here. RIP you ace of spades.


#253

Read “A Statement From The Petty Family”


#254

I saw this earlier today and was going to post it for you but since you’re a fan, I figured you’d read about it sooner or later.


#255

So sad. :broken_heart::broken_heart::broken_heart:


#256

Hugh Masekela. I’m not a jazz guy, but some of his stuff was OK by me. Obviously more important than I am giving him credit for.


#257

RIP Mark E. Smith (The Fall).


#258

I remember his performance in Monterey Pop that I liked, but didn’t really get into the popular stuff that much.


#259

Warren Miller
:disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved:


#260

John Mahoney. I loved watching Frasier, and the dad was great.