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RIP Peter Tork
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Wow...this one stings.

Not sure if we still have an obit thread anymore, but it deserves its own thread, no?

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/peter-tork-monkees-dead-at-77-obit...
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Used to watch The Monkees every Saturday morning as a kid.

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RIP Mr Tork...never a Monkees fan but they (and Neil Diamond) had some good pop songs.
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Great 60s pop, no matter howe you look at it.

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Reply #230 - Feb 21st, 2019 at 8:01pm
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May he rest in peace. His music will never die.
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RIP Peter, I already mentioned that when I was a kid the Monkees were big, and I was a 10 YO kid when they started, they have a TV series, a comic magazine and records, I had some of my first Picture sleeves singles by them. I felt I was groovy LOL one day my older brother and some of his friends when to my house and they said something like “Come on, do you have records of the Monkees? they are bull shit” then I started to listen to my brothers albums and discovered the difference, then I started to listen psychedelic music, blues and classic rock instead of that bubble gum and sunshine commercial pop.

Again RIP Peter

Some facts: The Jimi Hendrix Experience was their opening act in a tour and they interacted with the Beatles and Frank Zappa
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my wife thought you were the cutest. thanks for the memories
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RIP Peter.
Responsible for many smiles...

BTW...Good friends with Stephen Stills (Stills was offered and passed on the part of Pete and referred Tork)
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Paranoid Android wrote on Feb 22nd, 2019 at 9:14am:
BTW...Good friends with Stephen Stills (Stills was offered and passed on the part of Pete and referred Tork)


Actually, the producers rejected Stills because of his teeth or something like that. When he got rejected, he let Peter know about it.
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RIP Peter.
Responsible for many smiles...

BTW...Good friends with Stephen Stills (Stills was offered and passed on the part of Pete and referred Tork)


Jeez, I haven't heard this since I was 12 years old and AM radio was about to be defeated by FM.  It's so manufactured that it calls 3/4 of The California Sound into question, including Love, Buffalo Springfield, and CSNY.  2:29 of this kind of work invites its own backlash.  Sadly, I love it and miss it.
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That guy that punched Mick at Altamont...and all the Hell's Angels...all that bad acid let them hear A Bigger Bang!!
 
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Reply #236 - Feb 23rd, 2019 at 9:26pm
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fleabit peanut monkey?




LOL I watched this video from the forst article (Rolling Stone link above) and found that Peter looks like our veruy own fleabit peanut monkey
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And now mark hollis from talk talk… only 64.....

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Too bad

Just in time some days ago Charlie Watts recorded for a documentary for Hal

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Too bad

Just in time some days ago Charlie Watts recorded for a documentary for Hal

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you made the world a better sounding place thanks for all that magic!
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Dick Dale, king of surf guitar, dead at 81


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Dick Dale, whose airy guitar licks became the foundation of the surf rock genre, died Saturday at 81.

Sam Bolle, a bassist who performed with Dale, confirmed his death to The Guardian. Dale suffered from various health issues. His cause of death was not released.
Dale’s 1962 hit "Miserlou" re-found fame decades later as the opening credit song for the movie "Pulp Fiction."






His 1961 single "Let’s Go Trippin’" is considered the first instrumental surf rock song.
Dale’s distinct playing style led to his unique sound. It also led to his work helping Leo Fender design the Stratocaster guitar.
"(Fender) used to say: ‘When it can withstand the barrage of punishment from Dick Dale, then it is fit for the human consumption.’ So I blew up over 50 amplifiers. And that’s why they call me the Father of Heavy Metal," Dale told the Miami New Times in 2011.

Dale stopped performing in the mid 1970s but was playing again by the 1980s and continued touring into the 21st century. Although he had health insurance, it did not provide coverage to pay to replenish supplies to keep his stoma infection-free, BIllboard reported in 2015. Dale suffered from Diabetes and had post-cancer treatments.
"I can’t stop touring because I will die. Physically and literally, I will die," Dale said.



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“What rap did that was impressive was to show there are so many tone-deaf people out there,” he says. “All they need is a drum beat and somebody yelling over it and they’re happy. There’s an enormous market for people who can’t tell one note from another.” - Keef
 
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RIP Hal Blaine
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Watts, who took part in an L.A. event celebrating Blaine’s 90th birthday last month, issued a statement that reads, “Godspeed Hal. He gave us all so much. Feeling very blessed to have celebrated his life with him.”


Brian Wilson, Ringo Starr, Charlie Watts among stars paying tribute to legendary drummer Hal Blaine

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http://rock107.com/brian-wilson-ringo-starr-charlie-watts-among-stars-paying-tri...

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Edith Grove wrote on Mar 17th, 2019 at 6:58pm:
Dick Dale, king of surf guitar, dead at 81


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Dick Dale, whose airy guitar licks became the foundation of the surf rock genre, died Saturday at 81.

Sam Bolle, a bassist who performed with Dale, confirmed his death to The Guardian. Dale suffered from various health issues. His cause of death was not released.
Dale’s 1962 hit "Miserlou" re-found fame decades later as the opening credit song for the movie "Pulp Fiction."






His 1961 single "Let’s Go Trippin’" is considered the first instrumental surf rock song.
Dale’s distinct playing style led to his unique sound. It also led to his work helping Leo Fender design the Stratocaster guitar.
"(Fender) used to say: ‘When it can withstand the barrage of punishment from Dick Dale, then it is fit for the human consumption.’ So I blew up over 50 amplifiers. And that’s why they call me the Father of Heavy Metal," Dale told the Miami New Times in 2011.

Dale stopped performing in the mid 1970s but was playing again by the 1980s and continued touring into the 21st century. Although he had health insurance, it did not provide coverage to pay to replenish supplies to keep his stoma infection-free, BIllboard reported in 2015. Dale suffered from Diabetes and had post-cancer treatments.
"I can’t stop touring because I will die. Physically and literally, I will die," Dale said.



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caught hiim live a couple of times. dude was a force of nature. rip kahuna
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Starting now and for the next hour a webradio tribute to Dick Dale

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Minnesota blues hero Tony Glover, an influence on Dylan and the Stones, dies at 79



After his '60s trio Koerner, Ray & Glover, the harmonica blower went on to become an esteemed music writer and radio host but was still often called on stage by Patti Smith, Beck and others.


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He was the harmonica player Mick Jagger enlisted for a lesson, and the Doors, Patti Smith and Beck all invited on stage to perform with them in Minneapolis; the Minnesota music hero honored by both Bob Dylan and the Replacements in concerts at St. Paul’s Midway Stadium; the writer and musicologist who penned blues tomes, magazine articles and Dylan liner notes.

To the close friends and family mourning Tony Glover this week, he was also just an ultracool, storied but laid-back guy they relished hanging around.

Glover died Wednesday afternoon of natural causes after being hospitalized since May 13. He was 79.

Using the bluesman pseudonym “Little Sun,” Glover made his earliest and best-known mark on music in the early-1960s acoustic blues and folk group Koerner, Ray & Glover. The trio’s three albums for Elektra Records — especially their 1963 debut “Blues, Rags & Hollers” — were cited by the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Doors, Bonnie Raitt and many more as an influence on their music.

In a 2002 interview shortly before his longtime bandmate Dave “Snaker” Ray lost his cancer battle, Glover said, “Ragged but right; that’s what we always aimed for.”

A Minneapolis native who grew up loving Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson and Leadbelly alongside Ray (his classmate at University High School in Dinkytown), Glover became emblematic of the white kids whose reverence of African-American blues musicians shaped rock music through much of the 1960s.

“If three white kids from the Midwest could make a record that sounds that black and deep and soulful, that really was inspirational,” Rolling Stone’s esteemed senior editor David Fricke told the Star Tribune. “It became a foundation for so much of what came after it.”

Glover and Ray continued to perform and record together up through Ray’s passing. In the 1980s they opened for the likes of B.B. King and John Lee Hooker and kept a house gig at the 400 Bar that brought new life to Minneapolis’ old West Bank music scene. Another mainstay of that scene and era, Willie Murphy, died in January.

In the 1990s, Ray and Glover recorded albums for the hip indie-rock labels Rough Trade and Tim/Kerr and were championed by younger trendsetters like Lucinda Williams and Beck, each of whom asked them to perform at their early First Avenue concerts.

The duo would also intermittently rejoin with Spider John Koerner, now the sole survivor of their legendary trio. Koerner is currently traveling abroad but checked in back home to hear the sad news.

Glover’s reputation among other musicians and musicheads extended well past his own musicianship.

He brought a hip veneer to top 40 radio station KDWB as a late-night host in the late-’60s, for which he landed interviews with Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and Pete Townshend when they performed in Minneapolis. He also wrote articles for Rolling Stone, Creem and Crawdaddy magazines in the 1960s and ’70s that helped prototype rock journalism.

Glover also became a leading commentator on the music of Dylan, whom he first met as a University of Minnesota “student” and later hung out with in New York, including a trip together to visit a hospitalized Woody Guthrie in 1963. He penned liner notes for the landmark Dylan concert recording “Live 1966: The ‘Royal Albert Hall’ Concerts” and is featured throughout Martin Scorsese’s definitive Dylan docuseries “No Direction Home.”

Dylan, in turn, wrote of “One Foot in the Grave,” a 1996 Koerner, Ray & Glover album, “Exactly like you’d think it would be, stunning. Every time they play the lights shine.”

During a Midway Stadium concert in 2005 — not far from the house where Glover and his wife lived in St. Paul — Dylan mumbled a shout-out to his old friend on stage and visited with him backstage. A decade later in the same stadium, Paul Westerberg invited Glover to play harmonica in Jimmy Reed’s “Going to New York” during the Replacements’ lone hometown reunion concert.

While he also took on the arduous task of learning to play sitar during a brief relocation to Berkeley, Calif., Glover was steadfast about blues harmonica. That led to him writing three instructional books and co-authoring a 2002 biography of blues music’s most revered harp blower, “Blues With a Feeling: The Little Walter Story.”

His writing duties also included more liner notes for albums by John Lee Hooker, John Hammond, Lazy Bill Lucas, Willie & the Bees, the Jayhawks and many more.

After Ray’s death, Glover kept up appearances on Twin Cities stages with a new trio, V3, featuring Galen Michaelson and Jon Rodine. He also reiterated his folkier side in a Woody Guthrie tribute show that also starred Charlie Maguire and Pops Wagner.

Glover and Koerner sporadically performed together again during the late-’00s, including a semiregular return to the West Bank gig that led to the 2009 album “Koerner & Glover: Live at the 400 Bar.”

Looking back on his 40- to 50-year relationship with his Koerner, Ray & Glover bandmates in 2002, the blues stalwart said their connection was more about a love for the music than it was friendship.

“I can probably count on one hand the number of times we’ve gotten together socially, where it wasn’t related to a gig or something work-related,” Glover said. The upside to that, he added, “is that when we do get together, it’s always fun. That may be part of our chemistry.”




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I gotta admit, never heard about him, so I searched and looks like a cool cat. He released two albums in 1963 and 1965

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