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In this history of rock n roll, who do you most wish wouldn't have died?

 
Wharf Rat  (OP)

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02/14/2019 08:51 AM

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Re: In this history of rock n roll, who do you most wish wouldn't have died?
I can't believe I forgot:

** Sam Cooke [^his death would have been one of the top GLP threads back in the 60's]
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and, of course
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** Gram Parsons

I feel like Sam Cooke was definitely a much more significant loss, both talent-wise and culturally, but not including Gram Parsons would be tantamount to alcohol-free whiskey

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02/14/2019 09:26 AM

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Layne Staley & Dimebag
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Re: In this history of rock n roll, who do you most wish wouldn't have died?
One more OP, Chris Cornell.
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YES!! One of the best voices ever.
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02/14/2019 09:29 AM
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Re: In this history of rock n roll, who do you most wish wouldn't have died?
Ronnie Van Zant

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Ronnie Van Zant

Duane Allman
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Absolutely. I feel like if that band hadn't been destroyed by fire, classic Southern Rock would not have faded like it did, by the early- to mid-80s.

It definitely hurts, knowing there are so many lost Skynard songs--- let alone albums--- that will never have seen the light of day

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Still, we can dream.

Thanks, Ronnie. For telling it like it is--- always.
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02/17/2019 06:28 PM
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Re: In this history of rock n roll, who do you most wish wouldn't have died?
Stacy Sutherland was the amazing, unique, psychedelic guitarist from the legendary 13th Floor Elevators. Vicki Welch Ayo has put together an intimate look into Stacy's life through various correspondences from people related to Stacy or involved in his life including; his mother Sybil Sutherland, various acquaintances, and "Bunni," Stacy's wife at the time who fatally shot and killed him at their home back in August of 1978. Some people had complained that this wasn't a "book" on Stacy's life and just correspondences through letters, but I really like it. It's a unique, sort of candid, intimate way to tell the story of Stacy. And the story IS told; Stacy's mother tells of his early life, friends and others tell of his musical legacy, and letters from Bunni give a close look into their life - the good and the bad. I was fascinated about their journeys, foraging to find psychedelic mushrooms - a theory was even put forth how a bad bout of drought made Stacy hit alcohol and harder drugs due to the absence of the shrooms. Dig it!

the elevators brought the house down at the avalon and the fillmore

example of stacy guitar work and then some

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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Stacy Sutherland was the amazing, unique, psychedelic guitarist from the legendary 13th Floor Elevators. Vicki Welch Ayo has put together an intimate look into Stacy's life through various correspondences from people related to Stacy or involved in his life including; his mother Sybil Sutherland, various acquaintances, and "Bunni," Stacy's wife at the time who fatally shot and killed him at their home back in August of 1978. Some people had complained that this wasn't a "book" on Stacy's life and just correspondences through letters, but I really like it. It's a unique, sort of candid, intimate way to tell the story of Stacy. And the story IS told; Stacy's mother tells of his early life, friends and others tell of his musical legacy, and letters from Bunni give a close look into their life - the good and the bad. I was fascinated about their journeys, foraging to find psychedelic mushrooms - a theory was even put forth how a bad bout of drought made Stacy hit alcohol and harder drugs due to the absence of the shrooms. Dig it!

the elevators brought the house down at the avalon and the fillmore

example of stacy guitar work and then some

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

can somebody imbed this music video prty pls

you will luv the visual not to mention the song
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Re: In this history of rock n roll, who do you most wish wouldn't have died?
I can't believe I haven't mentioned,

freaking George Harrison!



Shame on me :/