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DevonDeathTrip

Posted Yesterday, 09:43 PM

I quite liked this interview with Art Garfunkel, who appears to be becoming increasingly eccentric as the years go by.     


Toast

Posted 23 May 2015 - 10:13 PM

Twinkle is dead:

 

http://hub.contactmu...le-dies_4744371

 

Twinkle!!!

 

Well, that has made me sad.

 

 

Jimmy Page played on 'Terry', and Twinkle's other hit, 'Golden Lights' was covered by The Smiths.


gcreptile

Posted 23 May 2015 - 01:42 PM

Twinkle is dead:

 

http://hub.contactmu...le-dies_4744371

 

Twinkle!!!


Toast

Posted 22 May 2015 - 08:39 PM

Louis Johnson, the bass playing half of the Brothers Johnson, dead at 60 :-(
Great music RIP
SC
http://theboombox.co...ackback=tsmclip

 

Shame.  I loved 'Stomp' 


Sir Creep

Posted 22 May 2015 - 07:53 PM

Louis Johnson, the bass playing half of the Brothers Johnson, dead at 60 :-(
Great music RIP
SC
http://theboombox.co...ackback=tsmclip

maryportfuncity

Posted 22 May 2015 - 03:09 PM

 

 

 

 

Chris Squire of Yes, diagnosed with leukemia.

Shit. He's my music idol, from my favorite band. Is no death sentence, but still. Stay well Chris.
SirC
[Edit: correct response -- NO!]
 
 
He's also the only ever-present member of the band and a major part of their stage presence to this day. He plays bass with more of a show than Steve Howe plays lead.
 
Aye, wouldn't take any pleasure in culling points from him.
read this death list community he us a slam dunk for 2016

 

It depends. There are several types of his type of cancer. I couldn't yet find out which type he has. There is a rare type with a very poor prognosis, but other types would have him likely survive beyond 2016.

 

 

Aye, and he's not short of a few quid if he needs the best treatment.


gcreptile

Posted 22 May 2015 - 10:46 AM

 

 

 

Chris Squire of Yes, diagnosed with leukemia.

Shit. He's my music idol, from my favorite band. Is no death sentence, but still. Stay well Chris.
SirC
[Edit: correct response -- NO!]
 
 
He's also the only ever-present member of the band and a major part of their stage presence to this day. He plays bass with more of a show than Steve Howe plays lead.
 
Aye, wouldn't take any pleasure in culling points from him.
read this death list community he us a slam dunk for 2016

 

It depends. There are several types of his type of cancer. I couldn't yet find out which type he has. There is a rare type with a very poor prognosis, but other types would have him likely survive beyond 2016.


gcreptile

Posted 22 May 2015 - 10:44 AM

Michael Kandel, a trip hop/ambient producer also known as Tranquility Base, is dead at 47:

 

http://pitchfork.com...-bass-has-died/


Posted 21 May 2015 - 06:49 PM

Chris Squire of Yes, diagnosed with leukemia.

Shit. He's my music idol, from my favorite band. Is no death sentence, but still. Stay well Chris.
SirC
[Edit: correct response -- NO!]
 
 
He's also the only ever-present member of the band and a major part of their stage presence to this day. He plays bass with more of a show than Steve Howe plays lead.
 
Aye, wouldn't take any pleasure in culling points from him.
read this death list community he us a slam dunk for 2016

maryportfuncity

Posted 21 May 2015 - 06:15 PM

 

Chris Squire of Yes, diagnosed with leukemia.

Shit. He's my music idol, from my favorite band. Is no death sentence, but still. Stay well Chris.
SirC

[Edit: correct response -- NO!]

 

 

 

He's also the only ever-present member of the band and a major part of their stage presence to this day. He plays bass with more of a show than Steve Howe plays lead.

 

Aye, wouldn't take any pleasure in culling points from him.


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