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Old 04-03-2017, 09:55 PM   #6321
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Raging slab guitarist Elyse Steinman finally loses her battle with cancer.

http://sleazeroxx.com/r-i-p-raging-s...lyse-steinman/

Many thanks for the music.

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Old 04-04-2017, 01:02 AM   #6322
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Lonnie Brooks
December 18, 1933 - April 1, 2017



Lonnie Brooks - Sweet Home Chicago (1975):
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Lonnie “Guitar Jr.” Brooks - Family Rules (Angel Child) (1957):
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“… regional hit ”Family Rules“, ... remains a favorite of the swamp pop/blues idiom in southern Louisiana and southeast Texas.”
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Lonnie “Guitar Jr.” Brooks - The Crawl (1958):
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Old 04-04-2017, 04:03 AM   #6323
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Lonnie Brooks
December 18, 1933 - April 1, 2017



Lonnie Brooks - Sweet Home Chicago (1975):
https://tmblr.co/ZoHQpk2KFLVEC


Lonnie “Guitar Jr.” Brooks - Family Rules (Angel Child) (1957):
https://tmblr.co/ZoHQpk2KFJqJT

“… regional hit ”Family Rules“, ... remains a favorite of the swamp pop/blues idiom in southern Louisiana and southeast Texas.”
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Lonnie “Guitar Jr.” Brooks - The Crawl (1958):
https://tmblr.co/ZoHQpk2KFIS9H
F*ck me but this is depressing. We lose James Cotton, Chuck Berry, and now Lonnie Brooks. He was one of my favorite Blues men. He always put on a great, high-energy show. The Alligator Records 20th Anniversary Tour with Lonnie, Koko Taylor, Katie Webster, Elvin Bishop, and Lil'Ed was one of the best shows I have ever seen.

Well, bugger me. I am going to call in sick to work for tomorrow and spend the tonight listening to music.
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Old 04-04-2017, 04:39 AM   #6324
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Default Rosie Hamlin July 21, 1945 - March 30, 2017

Rosie Hamlin, the teenager who crooned the eternal classic "Angel Baby," passed away last week. The lead singer of Rosie and the Originals died on Thursday of undisclosed causes. A statement from the family on the band's website noted Hamlin was 71 when she passed in her sleep and didn't perform in her later years because of health concerns.

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Rosie Hamlin, the teenager who crooned the eternal classic "Angel Baby," passed away last week. The lead singer of Rosie and the Originals died on Thursday of undisclosed causes. A statement from the family on the band's website noted Hamlin was 71 when she passed in her sleep and didn't perform in her later years because of health concerns.

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Written and Recorded by Rosalie “Rosie” Hamlin at Age 15

“… one of my all-time favorite songs…”
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Default Tributes paid to 'hero' playwright Parv Bancil

Tributes have been paid to playwright Parv Bancil, whose tackling of issues affecting young British Asians brought him both acclaim and controversy. The BBC understands he died in London at the weekend, aged 50. DJ Bobby Friction said Bancil had been his "hero and role model", while actor Nitin Ganatra remembered him as "one of the original BritAsian storytellers". Broadcaster Anita Anand, actress Nina Wadia and director Gurinder Chadha also posted tribute messages on Twitter. Bancil was formerly married to actress Shivani Ghai, who played Ayesha Rana in EastEnders. Born in Tanzania in 1967, he lived in west London from the age of two and began writing plays in 1986. In 1991 he won a Radio 4 Young Playwright award for Nadir, about a young second generation Asian man fresh out of prison. He went on to write Papa was a Bus Conductor, a comedy satire about a dysfunctional family that was an early flowering of the British Asian comedy boom that spawned Goodness Gracious Me. In 1997 he wrote Crazyhorse for the Paines Plough theatre company, about a young man who becomes estranged from his father and embroiled in petty crime. Its director Vicky Featherstone, now artistic director at the Royal Court in London, said she was "so so sad" to hear of his death. After taking a year out to study film-making, Bancil began writing screenplays. He also became known as a cultural commentator. In 2008 he asked "what have multicultural arts policies done for us?" in a piece for The Guardian. In a biography on his official website, Bancil is described as being "a dynamic, uncompromising and controversial writer, long before it was fashionable". Writing on Facebook, Bobby Friction said he was an "amazing and talented intellect" who had been "a mentor and icon to many many many people." Comedian Sanjeev Bhaskar said Pancil's passing was "shocking", describing him as "part of the original Hounslow posse". Bhaskar's wife, actress and writer Meera Syal, agreed his death was "sad and shocking".
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Default Death of Mary Anderson December 7, 1909 - March 27, 2017

SEATTLE, WA - Mary Anderson, the co-founder of Seattle-based REI, passed away this week at the age of 107, according to the company..
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no disrespect, but i may include fats domino and perhaps dion dimucci to the living r&r founders list.
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This means that the first generation of rockers, who created the music we most associate with being young, is now more or less gone; that leaves just Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis still kickin'.
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'(April 4, 2017) If one of the missions of Soul Tracks has been to highlight great artists who haven't received their "props," we'd need to look no further than The Jones Girls, a trio of sisters from Detroit. For during a half decade between 1979 and 1984, Shirley, Valorie and Brenda Jones created some of the most glorious Soul music around. Today we are devastated to give SoulTrackers the news that Brenda Jones has died after being hit by a car. The terrible news was posted on the Facebook page of Shirley Jones.

Born and raised in Detroit in a gospel singing family, the Jones Girls spent the better part of the 60s and 70s as sought-after backing vocalists, first regionally and then on a national basis. Their attempts to break through as a singing group on a number of smaller labels (including a brief stint at Curtis Mayfield's Curtom label) failed, and they seemed destined to spend their careers harmonizing behind bigger artists. However, while serving as Diana Ross's backing group during a mid-70s tour, the girls were "discovered" by Kenny Gamble and were signed to Gamble & Huff's Philadelphia International Records.

They came out smoking on PIR with their eponymous debut album and the infectious dance single "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else," which stormed the pop, soul and dance charts. They followed with the beautiful ballad, "We're A Melody," a prototypical Philly song with sophisticated arrangements wrapped around their wonderful harmonies.'

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Amelio "Memè" Perlini (8 December 1947 – 5 April 2017) was an Italian actor and film director. His debut film as a director, Italian Postcards, was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.

He died in Rome on 5 April 2017, aged 69. It seems he has committed suicide, by jumping from the fifth floor of his house.

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