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maryportfuncity

Posted Yesterday, 01:54 PM

Increasing number of sources suggesting the inevitable Oasis reunion is well advanced in the planning stakes. Raising the marginal possibility that one of the brothers will kill the other one, both highly obitable.


Magere Hein

Posted Yesterday, 01:47 PM

Founding member of Konono No.1 Minigiedi Mawangu has died:
 
http://music.mxdwn.c...wangu-has-died/
 
As a huge Björk fan, I recognize this group from their collaboration on her single "Earth Intruders". They became favorites of the World Music scene and also worked with Herbie Hancock and Seal. 

 
Does Seal go clubbing?

But he'll never gonna survive unless he gets a litte crazy.


Barking mad, you mean.

gcreptile

Posted Yesterday, 01:36 PM

 

Founding member of Konono No.1 Minigiedi Mawangu has died:

 

http://music.mxdwn.c...wangu-has-died/

 

As a huge Björk fan, I recognize this group from their collaboration on her single "Earth Intruders". They became favorites of the World Music scene and also worked with Herbie Hancock and Seal. 

 

Does Seal go clubbing?

 

But he'll never gonna survive unless he gets a litte crazy.


Bibliogryphon

Posted Yesterday, 12:45 PM

Founding member of Konono No.1 Minigiedi Mawangu has died:

 

http://music.mxdwn.c...wangu-has-died/

 

As a huge Björk fan, I recognize this group from their collaboration on her single "Earth Intruders". They became favorites of the World Music scene and also worked with Herbie Hancock and Seal. 

 

Does Seal go clubbing?


gcreptile

Posted Yesterday, 12:41 PM

Founding member of Konono No.1 Minigiedi Mawangu has died:

 

http://music.mxdwn.c...wangu-has-died/

 

As a huge Björk fan, I recognize this group from their collaboration on her single "Earth Intruders". They became favorites of the World Music scene and also worked with Herbie Hancock and Seal. 


gcreptile

Posted Yesterday, 11:51 AM

Israeli guitarist Yossi Piamenta is in a medically-induced coma:

 

http://jpupdates.com...y-induced-coma/

 

He's suffering from an undisclosed illness that must have struck him in 2014 or before, which is slowly destroying his health.


charon

Posted 09 April 2015 - 06:27 PM


Agree willz, sometimes it is where the back stories lead that make it very enlightening.

YoungWillz

Posted 09 April 2015 - 06:20 PM

Just like to add that I find this forum more enlightening every time I visit. It's good to not only learn about the famous and infamous, I also like to read about their sphere of influence and learn new things outside of my own interests (Joel Spira and the dimmer switch I found interesting enough to stop and look deeper into, for example).

 

Near the end of the article on Sab, there were quite a few very famous people he performed with, and again that points out it's not just the famous who make it, but those who help or are part of that success, perhaps not as well known but deserving of our notice here for their lives.

 

Not disliking anything anyone has said, they are entitled to their opinion.


gcreptile

Posted 09 April 2015 - 06:06 PM

 

 

"Legendary North Bay rocker" Peter "Sab" Sabourin, dies of cancer at 51:
 
http://www.thepeterb...ght-with-cancer

 
Truly, it's the day the music died.

Since I can't 'like' a guest's comments I hereby applaud he tremendous post. I guess any twat who picked up an instrument has earned a mention here.
Legendary North Bay Rocker mourned by bandmates Santa Claus, Easter Bunny, and Tooth Fairy.
SC

 

I know that guy wasn't quite as famous as the penis necklace woman whose death mention you liked, but his death wasn't on wikipedia, so it's a bit of added public knowledge. Sab's death was mourned by Kris Kristofferson though, not quite an unknown local musician. Also, unless you get your habit of complaining about every single post on this forum under control, I will complain about every little mistake you make so that I can hurt you where it hurts you most: I will always have more posts than you.


Posted 09 April 2015 - 05:53 PM

"Legendary North Bay rocker" Peter "Sab" Sabourin, dies of cancer at 51:
 
http://www.thepeterb...ght-with-cancer

 
Truly, it's the day the music died.
wait there's another awesome guest. Dude come up with your own guest name I am the only awesome guest here

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