Discussion in 'General Audio Discussion' started by Condorsat, Aug 9, 2017.
John Lennon. He was a major part of my early life development. I was 24 when he was killed, and I always felt that MDC stole not only Lennon's life, but also an important piece of my future. I still cry when I hear Happy Xmas (Was is Over).
He presented a combination of musical styles and the ability to play them, IMO , unmatched by any modern musician. His quoting , composing and writing opened the doors musically for classical music for those not quite ready for it .
Christine Joy "Chrissy" Amphlett
Bernard "Doc" Neeson
Rory,Ronnie Lane and Pete Hamm.
I think for me, until now, it was David Bowie. I always loved his music.
I remember when Elvis died. I was in jr.high at the time. He wasn't cool at the time to me but he had such an impact on so many peoples lives that I understood the enormity of it.
David Bowie's passing affected me the most though.
Michael Jacksons death surprised me the most.
Probably Jerry Garcia, tho, most of them are a loss.
The film "Don't Think I've Forgotten" may be interesting to you. Very well done, but of course, quite emotional.
I smoked with Lemmy at L'Amours in Brooklyn back in the 80's. He was extremely cool with people.
A blow from which Rock & Roll/Texas Blues has still not recovered.
The summer of 1977 was very memorable. I was six days away from seeing him again.
20th row Floor.
My grandfather: http://www.nytimes.com/1998/07/27/a...1-violinist-who-created-bowing-technique.html
Bobbi Kristina Brown. Just so many things wrong about that.
Well, I was pretty shocked by Chris Cornell's death.... God help me when Billy Joel or Eddie Vedder pass.
Heads up...Walter Becker just passed away today.
Oh that's sad. Thank you for the music Walter.
Mildly upset by Dick Emerys passing.....
Honestly...... none of them. Ditto with movie stars and other celebrities. If I don't know them personally, then it doesn't affect me.
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