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a sad day indeed...he was an icon to music..and to blues....
I didn't hear about it when it happened. I was stunned and speechless. That's why there's no text to my post!
I remember him. I wonder if anyone will remember me. Probably not.Love,Janie
Aww, come on, you know they will.
Me. And you know why. Something to do with a special cake the specifics of which will not be mentioned here... ;)
Plenty -- plenty -- of other people besides Grumpy, too. You've done plenty of good things which I'm sure have yet to come back to you.
That's a nice thing of you to say.
He sure had a good run though
Yeah, he sure did.
May he R.I.P :(
This was sad:(
Yeah. A great guitarist.
Sad, but what a full life.
He got to jam with some greats, didn't he?
We make our plans... we live our lives, but in the end there's just no escaping the inevitable. It's brutal and depressing. Well, that's how I see it. It's the reason we fantasize about being superman...May he r.i.p. if you believe in that sort of thing :(
I do, anyway...
Nice shots. Looks like fun. Thanks for sharing.
It must have been fun jamming with all those greats. I envy him his experiences and his talent!
I'm not familiar with his work, but it sounds like I need to check him out. I probably would know his music if I heard it.
That depends on how often you listen to the blues, I suppose. He was primarily blues-oriented.
I love the photos, especially the one with Zappa. How many music legends can fit on one page, right?
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