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Champster wrote:

R.I.P. Gregg Allman

RIP. sad

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Jane H. wrote:
Champster wrote:

R.I.P. Gregg Allman

RIP. sad

Rest In Peace ...
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I saw him a year or so ago. I knew then it would be the last time. Hepatitis is slow but deadly. It was obvious he was fading and couldn't stand for long.
A legend in his own time. Rest in peace.
Rick.

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R.I.P. actor Peter Sallis O.B.E.  at the age of 96.
Long time veteran of stage and TV, but more famously known as Norman "Cleggy" Clegg in the long running sit-com Last of The Summer Wine in which he appeared in all 295 episodes, as well as playing his father in a prequel series.

However, he'll be more famously remembered as the voice of animated inventor Wallace in the Oscar wining Wallace & Gromit adventures, A Grand Day Out; The Wrong Trousers; A Close Shave; Curse of the Were-Rabbit and Matter of Loaf & Death.

In Wallace's own words - "The bounce has gone from his bungie."

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Gregg Allman was huge.......I miss him already

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R.I.P Batman

And so castles made of sand melts into the sea, eventually.........

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airportdon wrote:

R.I.P Batman

Even Super Heroes are mortal!

What is success? Is it do yo' own thang, or is it to join the rest?   -Allen Toussaint

638 (edited by RoadcaseBoy 2017-06-11 10:19:12)

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airportdon wrote:

R.I.P Batman

I don't have many Simpson references in the TV memory section of my noodle ... but this one pops into my mind whenever I would hear his name ... I was going to post it up yesterday but thought maybe not ... but when I saw Joe posted up a picture of the Simpson episode in his iGram memorial ... I wanted to link it ...

time mark : 0:27 to 0:37 ... "Pure ... West" ... classic!

RIP Mr. West ... the true Batman to a generation
Meet Adam West (The Simpsons) - from Season 4 Episode 9: Mr. Plow
https://youtu.be/JJdXMrFRDGk (ThingsICantFindOtherwise)
(Didn't realize it was the Mr. Plow episode.)


Joe's IGram Adam West memorial post:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BVL89AeHcvM … ebonamassa

"Bill Schechner has found one young man to busy for fantasy ... he's living it!"
"Why don't you just make 10 louder and make 10 be the top number and make that a little louder?" Marty DiBergi
Lamarr (bellhop): "We have movie stars in my hotel!" Faye: "They're musicians, actually." Lamarr: "Even better!" (That Thing You Do!)
JBLP#251 (unaged) ... thank you Ron.

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Stephen Furst at age 63

I've watched Animal House more than any other movie smile ...

RIP "Flounder"

https://youtu.be/pUQ89iWoFjE (Jake Portenier)

https://youtu.be/KYl7sxQIHGE (Carlo Federici)

https://youtu.be/QZxv47TNUlI (Edward Martinez)

https://youtu.be/arZdeg_fL-I (midwestgimp76)

"Bill Schechner has found one young man to busy for fantasy ... he's living it!"
"Why don't you just make 10 louder and make 10 be the top number and make that a little louder?" Marty DiBergi
Lamarr (bellhop): "We have movie stars in my hotel!" Faye: "They're musicians, actually." Lamarr: "Even better!" (That Thing You Do!)
JBLP#251 (unaged) ... thank you Ron.

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RoadcaseBoy wrote:

Stephen Furst at age 63

I've watched Animal House more than any other movie smile ...

RIP "Flounder"

https://youtu.be/pUQ89iWoFjE (Jake Portenier)

https://youtu.be/KYl7sxQIHGE (Carlo Federici)

https://youtu.be/QZxv47TNUlI (Edward Martinez)

https://youtu.be/arZdeg_fL-I (midwestgimp76)

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What is success? Is it do yo' own thang, or is it to join the rest?   -Allen Toussaint

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Flags flying at half mast over Trumpton, Chigley & Camberwick Green (not to mention Play School) as veteran Children's TV presenter Brian Cant died a couple of days ago.

Sorry USA, you probably haven't a clue who I mean, but us Brits of a certain age have lost a cornerstone of our 1960s childhood.

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Through the arched window for the last time.

On the journey of life, I chose the psycho path.
Like a bird on the wire, Like a drunk in a midnight choir I have tried in my way to be free.
Come on the Blades (sorry Idolbone just had to borrow your line)

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The marmalade sandwich has lost a bit of its zest since learning of the passing the other day of author Michael Bond; creator of Paddington Bear.  R.I.P.

Don't believe everything you read on the Internet; reads the same backwards.

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R.I.P. Glen Campbell.  Pretty darn good guitar player in his day.

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Champster wrote:

R.I.P. Glen Campbell.  Pretty darn good guitar player in his day.

For instance, I was just wandering through youtube as I often do when a music legend passes away.  Came across Glen Campbell - Best Guitar Solos 1960s to 2000s at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fqN4zgqf78.  Looks like he kept his shredding skills well into his later years.

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That last clip was his final tour with his daughter when suffering badly with Alzheimer's  in the last twelve months. Some pretty good skills on show. Thanks for that. big_smile

On the journey of life, I chose the psycho path.
Like a bird on the wire, Like a drunk in a midnight choir I have tried in my way to be free.
Come on the Blades (sorry Idolbone just had to borrow your line)

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Such a cool interview with Alice Cooper about his good friend Glen Campbell.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6q2hsd … e=youtu.be

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Champster wrote:
Champster wrote:

R.I.P. Glen Campbell.  Pretty darn good guitar player in his day.

For instance, I was just wandering through youtube as I often do when a music legend passes away.  Came across Glen Campbell - Best Guitar Solos 1960s to 2000s at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fqN4zgqf78.  Looks like he kept his shredding skills well into his later years.

As it goes with many musicians, many people never knew the extent of their talents till they've passed. Just the fact that he was a member of The Wrecking Crew speaks volumes about him.

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