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Les Paul at 94

Solid body electric guitar inventor Les Paul died today from pneumonia complications. He was involved with Gibson guitars and multitrack recording.

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John Dawson aka Marmaduke

Obit in the Miami Herald about John-I didn't know "Marmaduke" and John Dawson were one in the same.

And the road goes on forever....
BobbaLee

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yeah...

we're losing a lot of the good ones...

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Marmaduke :(

Marmaduke today! this is sad news, so sorry to hear this! and too for deacon proudfoot! thanks for the news GC.

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Thank you Gypsy

for what you wrote above. This is such sad news.

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Too young

Thanks for everything Marmaduke.

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R.I.P.........

Deacon Proudfoot, former President of the Oakland Hells Angels....died 7/4/09-he loved the Grateful Dead, had a production company in the 1980's that brought Willie & Waylon to the Bay Area..............John Collins Dawson IV..........early today 7/21/09, otherwise known amongst us as "Marmaduke" ............"Fare you well, fare you well
I love you more than words can tell"..............."Y' Know Death Don't Have No Mercy In This Land"........................................................

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RIP Walter Cronkite

Don't know what else to say, feel very sad. One truly honorable journalist is gone.
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You know in his

You know in his autobiography "A Reporters Life" Cronkite mentions "it was louder than the drums at a Grateful Dead concert" I always wondered how he would know that.
My kids and I met him once at Epcot it was very early in the morning on a very cold December day in 1985 and we were practically the only people in the exhibit about oil.He was being escorted by a guide and was kind enough to shake hands with my two boys and pose for a picture.

And the road goes on forever....
BobbaLee

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ps - good to see you

ps - good to see you johnman.

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