#3
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lol'd

I have no idea who this is, but er.. RIP
#4
damn

that dude could chicken pick like nobody's business and shit
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#7
You Don't Know Who Alvin Lee Is Dam Stop Listening To All That Crap 7 And 8 String Down Tuned Stuff.dam Another Good One Gone
#8
It figures that the one time I recognize when some musician dies it was brought up by some 70 year old. Ten years after were pretty decent.
#9
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i have absolutely no idea who this is

me neither
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#12
I admit I wasn't fimilar with his name, but I am familiar with his work.

RIP
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#13
i thought you were trolling when i opened the page and the headline said Fallout boy does something interesting. But yeah this seriously sucks
#15
I hate when people who don't know the person that recently died post in r.i.p. threads. Especially the one's that just posts "who?". If you sincerely wanted to know who the person was you could have simply googled the name.
#16
The first headline on that page is "Stop the presses: Fall Out Boy does something interesting!"

I thought Alvin Lee must be like their recently deceased drummer or something, and they were just being a bit distasteful in breaking the news.
#17

RIP Lime
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#18
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I hate when people who don't know the person that recently died post in r.i.p. threads. Especially the one's that just posts "who?". If you sincerely wanted to know who the person was you could have simply googled the name.

Quit bitching.
#19
Who is he?

Quote by Gantz92
I hate when people who don't know the person that recently died post in r.i.p. threads. Especially the one's that just posts "who?". If you sincerely wanted to know who the person was you could have simply googled the name.


Eat a fat BBC.
#21
For those that don't know him:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGV-CBhnC1w


Enjoy.
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#23
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The first headline on that page is "Stop the presses: Fall Out Boy does something interesting!"

I thought Alvin Lee must be like their recently deceased drummer or something, and they were just being a bit distasteful in breaking the news.

This.

I laughed pretty hard.
#24
Came as a big surprise to me. His material may not be the best of the era but he could REALLY shred.
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#25
Love the lack of broad experience musicians (bedroom guitarists). This guy pretty much brought shred to baby boomers. Of course guitarist like George Benson and Django were just as influential and before. Leo Lyons, the bass player was one sick guy. The whole lot of them were a hell of a show, I'm not old enough to have seen them live, but I respect the music and grew up on Cricklewood Green.
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#26
I'm surprised so many people have not heard of him. He was responsible for one of the best performances at Woodstock. From Nottingham they were.
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