#5
Not exactly under tragic circumstances, but it's always a shame when an innovator dies.
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#7
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Was he the same person who was in Bass Player the other month? Either way that sucks, even if he was 89.

That's what I was thinking-It's such a weird coincidence. They were celebrating his career and everything, too, and how he was just having a "revival"...it's just dissapointing.

He was a great player though. Rest In Peace.
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#8
I didn't know who he was but RIP anyway.
BRIGHT LIGHTS PUT ME IN A TRANCE.
but it aint house music that makes me want to dance.
#9
I never really knew who he was, but its always sad when a fellow musician dies...

R.I.P. man.
#10
He was the inventer of the Mamba, a great innovater.

R.I.P. A sad moment for Bass Players everywhere.
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#12
Oh ****... how did I only just find out about this today? Goodbye, Cachao...
R.I.P.
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