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The Rest in Peace Thread

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Deliverance scared me so bad when I was a kid I was afraid to go camping and when I did I was afraid to be alone.

Like Easyrider, the movie didn't put the south in a very good light. Loved The Longest Yard. RIP Gator.

"Lewis, you scared the shit out of me"

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RIP Burt, you were iconic.

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The fight scene in "Hooper"...filmed at the actual Palomino Club and yes, that is Pittsburgh Steeler Terry Bradshaw in the brawl.

 

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Oh man Rest in Peace Marty Balin, it actually truly make me sad, he was one of my favourite singer, "Today" has been my wake alarm for a few year now, and it's one of the song I love the most ... it hurts to hear this news .. :(

it's just like hearing about Robert Plant, Jimmy Page or JPJ death

Goodbye Martin. :(

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On 9/29/2018 at 12:40 PM, Bong-Man said:

RIP Marty Balin.  Always liked his voice.

 

 

 

I didn't hear it mentioned anywhere locally. Saw him a lot back in the day. Here's a cool book I checked out from the library. Some great songs on the 4 cd's.

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Love-Is-The-Song-We-Sing-San-Francisco-Nuggets-1965-1970/release/1970902

 

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3 hours ago, Strider said:

Another one from The Beatles circle has passed on. Recording engineer Geoff Emerick, who was a key ingredient to "the sound" of the Beatles. R.I.P.

https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/obituary/8478062/geoff-emerick-beatles-chief-recording-engineer-dies-at-72

Watched the George Martin documentary. He was still pissed off with a chip on his shoulder about not getting paid well for producing the Beatles.

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R.I P. to French legend Charles Aznavour. 🇫🇷 I regret passing up my last chance to see him recently.

https://m.france24.com/en/20181003-france-pay-national-hommage-singer-aznavour-paris-ceremony

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6 hours ago, Strider said:

Another one from The Beatles circle has passed on. Recording engineer Geoff Emerick, who was a key ingredient to "the sound" of the Beatles. R.I.P.

https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/obituary/8478062/geoff-emerick-beatles-chief-recording-engineer-dies-at-72

Bummer!  He was Robin Trower's engineer on Bridge of Sighs too...

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Peggy Sue has died

 

Peggy Sue Gerron

 

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On ‎10‎/‎3‎/‎2018 at 10:37 PM, kipper said:

Peggy Sue has died

 

Peggy Sue Gerron

 

She was still in Lubbock, TX when she passed away too. Rest in Peace, Peggy Sue.

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5 hours ago, chef free said:

RIP Paul Allen, co founder of Microsoft. 21 Jan., 1950- 15 Oct., 2018.

Paul was a HUGE Hendrix fan and collected anything and everything Jimi related.  So much so that he started the (Jimi Hendrix) Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_of_Pop_Culture

 

 

We went there last time we were in Seattle.  I didn't realize it was his idea.  It was a fun place. 

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5 hours ago, chef free said:

RIP Paul Allen, co founder of Microsoft. 21 Jan., 1950- 15 Oct., 2018.

Paul was a HUGE Hendrix fan and collected anything and everything Jimi related.  So much so that he started the (Jimi Hendrix) Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_of_Pop_Culture

 

 

Walter Jr is in mourning over this. I had no idea all that he had accomplished, outside of Microsoft of course.

RIP

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