Rest In Peace Mœbius.
a real artist in every sense of the word. very sad.
Moebeus, who I once had the very great pleasure of working with. We lost a creative genius, and a very kind man.
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I hope you are at peace
Ronnie Montrose joined the Heart of Gold band after a long battle with prostrate cancer, and what an addition he is, I remember in 72 when Montrose hit the airwaves with this unknown singer and those awesome guitar riffs, he will be missed.
Davy Jones singer for the Monkees, amerika's answer to the beatles, the "cute" monkey. I remember back in 67, I was just a wee lad and was a big monkey fan, my older brother and I went to see the Monkees, I had no idea who Jimi Hendrix was, being but 13 I was one of those "Davy, Mickey screamers", but my brother had heard him and he was there to see Jimi, I wanted Davy. Then, I heard Hendrix and it was a life changing moment. I would never listen to surf music again.
Rest in Peace
Both gone before their time.
and sorry for your loss and your uncle's, jonapi.
true companion of my much loved Uncle, Anne Morgan passed away today from terminal cancer.
forever thoughtful and in tune with nature, it happened all too soon. thank God he was there in the hospital to guide her to the next realm.
all of us should be so lucky that we have a loved one at our side.
and that was a wonderful post, piper at the gates of dawn.
the trip is certainly long and strange. thanks for sharing your thoughts. they don't go unnoticed.
as i sit back sometimes. and i remember things. one of my memories is always with my great grandfather at his house as a kid. i remember loving to go to his house. grandma got sick with alzheimers and was in a home, and my grate grandfather was in poor health. i remember my mother let me take a week off school so i could go with him cuz he was a truck driver. unfortunately a few days later he passed away. but that was such a great week. i remember we left pa and went all around to the southern states. he had a cassette deck and shortly after the truck left the driveway, cigarette in his mouth, and my first cigarette lit, he told me to grab his tapecase marked gd. all we did is listen to his collection of grateful dead tapes. full shows and everything. i didnt take in alot of it at the time, but i do remember as we got back home, the last sentance from the stereo was what a long strange trip its been. i gave him a hug and told him i had so much fun. when he died in the hospital he was listening to that tape. and it was at the same spot it stopped in his truck as when his heart stopped. i didnt listen to the dead until i turned 19. now i understand it all. i miss him lots and hes always in my heart. when i get the money i wanna get the space your face locket necklace and put a picture of him in it as a way to me to keep him close to my heart physically.