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View Poll Results: Vote for your favourite passed-away-too-early musician
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 16 26.67%
Charlie Parker 2 3.33%
Brian Jones 1 1.67%
Jimi Hendrix 4 6.67%
Janis Joplin 2 3.33%
Jim Morrison 6 10.00%
Kurt Cobain 10 16.67%
Tupac Shakur 4 6.67%
Aaliyah 5 8.33%
Other, please specify 10 16.67%
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post #16 of 67 (permalink) Old 03-31-2005, 02:29 PM
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Wow, me & Mr Q voted for Mozart.
Hi Matt! Hope you got your composition ready!
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hey stefan! no selena???

anyway....mozart i guess...

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Yay Penny, good choice!!!!!
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Marvin Gaye
Bob Marley
Tammi Terrell
Otis Redding
Dinah Washington
Sam Cooke
John Coltrane
Elvis Presley
Eva Cassidy

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Mozart, George Gershwin
I thought of Gershwin, too. He was 39, but in terms of his involvement in "classical" forms, still getting started in many ways. What a shame.

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Janis
Jimi
Tupac
Lennon
Cobain

in that order

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How can you include Tupac on the poll without Biggie?

I don't really care for rap but Tupac brought it on every song. He wasn't afraid to speak his mind and spoke the truth like nobody else.

Cobain (voice that shaped grunge)
Hendrix (man, what sounds from that six-string)
Aaliyah (So sad, had a movie lined up and everything... )

I still say Courtney had something to do with Kurt's death..

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"The Lizard King": Jim Morrison

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terminan haciendo todo por dinero".
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How can you include Tupac on the poll without Biggie?
Only 10 poll options allowed, mate.
And IMHO Tupac's death was a bigger shock as he was the more known of the two, and his music was, and still is, a lot more influential.

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Only 10 poll options allowed, mate.
And IMHO Tupac's death was a bigger shock as he was the more known of the two, and his music was, and still is, a lot more influential.
What about the rumours he's still alive?? It would explain how he keeps on releasing new material, even several years after his death! I think it's rather macaber!

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What about the rumours he's still alive?? It would explain how he keeps on releasing new material, even several years after his death! I think it's rather macaber!
If Tupac Shakur were still alive, he would be dead by now!

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If Tupac Shakur were still alive, he would be dead by now!
Brilliant quote!

I still think you should have put Ian Curtis in your poll you know...

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I wanna change my vote

I didn't notice other
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I still think you should have put Ian Curtis in your poll you know...
And I say you should make your own poll if you think the leader of an obscure late-seventies new wave band can compete with the likes of Hendrix, Morrison and Cobain!

Oops, I lost a couple of lives now, haven't I? And the chances of me staying over tonight have probably vanished as well!

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TUPAC IS THE GREASTEST RAPPER OF ALL TIME..and POET....nobody is bigger fan then me...i got every cd ever came out..even new one that came out this year...best selling hip-hop artist...

he made sense..unlike crap today...

i was only 10 when PAC got shot..but i cryed the whole day...
just wrong what happend to him..

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