The R.I.P. Thread (AKA The Great Gig In The Sky)

Discussion in 'Music' started by taffy2207, Dec 4, 2015.
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  1. monsterzero
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  2. monsterzero
    Thirty one years ago today...never forget one of the greatest Rockers ever!

    RIP Phil Lynott


     
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  3. PleasantSounds
    RIP John Wetton and thanks for the music!

     
  4. DLeeWebb Contributor
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    RIP Al Jarreau  - I loved "We're In This Love Together" back in the day. I can't say that I was a great fan otherwise. However, Al Jarreau was clearly a gentleman and an accomplished vocalist. If the Grammy Awards mean anything, he is without question one of the greatest. He certainly deserves to be honored here. Rest in peace Mr. Jarreau, we're all in this love together man...
     
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  5. oldmate
    Very sad news. Was a huge fan since discovering him in 1983. Vale.
     

     
    Always surrounded himself with the best session muso's. In this video none other than Joe Sample (RIP) and Steve Gadd.
     
  6. DLeeWebb Contributor
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    Chuck Berry, the rock 'n' roll icon dead at 90...Rest in peace, Mr. Berry. Roll way over Beethoven!
     
  7. DLeeWebb Contributor
    oops!
     
  8. DLeeWebb Contributor
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    RIP - John Warren Geils Jr. founder of the J. Geils Band....first concert I ever saw Gary Wright, The Edgar Winter Band, The J. Geils Band > Hershey Park Arena> 1972
     
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  9. Arty McGhee
    just saw t on the news
    geils band were hometown heroes in boston
    saw them in the boston garden in like 1980 love stinks tour
    great band, now where's that copy of bloodshot on red vinyl
    i have it somewhere
     
  10. DLeeWebb Contributor

    I have that album!
     
  11. DLeeWebb Contributor
    "Stop Making Sense" and "Heart Of Gold" are two of the best concert films of all time. The man that directed them died today. Rest in Peace Jonathan Demme. You have left quite a legacy in film. You always "kept the eye (...and the ear) interested!"

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  13. DLeeWebb Contributor
    R.I.P. Chris Cornell

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    Wikipedia - "Chris Cornell (born Christopher John Boyle; July 20, 1964 – May 17, 2017[1]) was an American musician, singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist, primary songwriter and rhythm guitarist for Seattle rock band Soundgarden and as lead vocalist and songwriter for the group Audioslave. He was also known for his numerous solo works and soundtrack contributions since 1991, and as founder and frontman for Temple of the Dog, the one-off tribute band dedicated to his late friend Andrew Wood.

    Cornell was known for his role as one of the architects of the 1990s grunge movement, for his extensive catalog as a songwriter and for his near four octave vocal range[4] as well as his powerful vocal belting technique. He released four solo studio albums, Euphoria Morning (1999), Carry On(2007), Scream (2009), Higher Truth (2015) and the live album Songbook (2011). Cornell received a Golden Globe Award nomination for his song "The Keeper" which appeared in the film Machine Gun Preacher and co-wrote and performed the theme song to the James Bond film Casino Royale (2006), "You Know My Name". He was voted "Rock's Greatest Singer" by readers of Guitar World,[5] ranked 4th in the list of "Heavy Metal's All-Time Top 100 Vocalists" by Hit Parader,[6] 9th in the list of "Best Lead Singers of All Time" by Rolling Stone,[7] and 12th in MTV's "22 Greatest Voices in Music".[8]"
     
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  14. iJay
    I'm with ya! What a talent we have lost!
     
  15. DLeeWebb Contributor
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    RIP Gregg Allman -

    From Wikipedia:

    For his work in music, Allman was referred to as a Southern rock pioneer[1] and received numerous awards, including several Grammys; he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. His distinctive voice placed him in 70th place in the Rolling Stone list of the "100 Greatest Singers of All Time".[2] Allman released an autobiography, My Cross to Bear, in 2012.

    Allman died in his home in Savannah, Georgia on May 27, 2017. He was 69.[178][179][180] He died of a fatal heart attack and was found by his wife that evening.
     
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