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I believe the person who started the topic has been exiled, and with him go his posts? Could be wrong, but this is the case I think.

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  • Lazarus changed the title to 90s Music Nostalgia Thread
3 hours ago, Tzatziki said:

I believe the person who started the topic has been exiled, and with him go his posts? Could be wrong, but this is the case I think.

yeah, that's the reason.

I edited the title  into "music nostalgia" to be more inclusive, but if you want the original I'd be happy to oblige.

By the way, Trainspotting was  good movie. I like Ewan McGregor.

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  • athinaios changed the title to Music Nostalgia Thread

The original is my all time #1! When the sequel opens here in my market I will surely soil myself. As for the topic title, good call!

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21 hours ago, Tzatziki said:

I believe the person who started the topic has been exiled, and with him go his posts? Could be wrong, but this is the case I think.

Bummer. I am sure there was a way that the thread could have been preserved.

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This week, sadly, two music legends died. Chuck Berry, who arguably was the father of rock and roll, even before Elvis was cool.

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And, the second one was James Cotton

 

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RIP Chuck Berry and James Cotton. Both pioneers, Berry in rock & roll and Cotton in blues. Loved both their music throughout the years.

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Here one of my favorites: Dan HIcks & the Hot Licks in 'I Scare Myself' - A live performance at San Francisco's Warfield Theater. Where, reunited with virtually every musician he had ever recorded with, Dan celerbrated his 60th birthday in style on December 9, 2001.

 

 

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Florian Schneider, one of the founding fathers of Kraftwerk, died at the age of 73 from cancer. A big loss as he was an inspiration for many others in music.

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