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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 #31 of 67 (permalink) Old 04-01-2005, 09:19 AM
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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!
new cd came out this year...if you watched "Tupac Resurrection movie" he said he record like 10songs a day for 3months before he died..he said something bad was gonna happen to him.

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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!


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Did you have any lives left than?
I don't know, you tell me? I'm still not too sure if last night cost or gained me a few lives?

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I don't know, you tell me? I'm still not too sure if last night cost or gained me a few lives?
First you lost some lives, but later on you gained some back as well... I'm not sure if you're in positive digits again already...

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First you lost some lives, but later on you gained some back as well... I'm not sure if you're in positive digits again already...

Let's talk about music again! The deaths of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley, both motorcycle accidents yards from each other and about a year apart, were quite shocking too. They were lead guitartist and bass player for the infamous Allman Brothers Band. Luckily the band survived this bad fortune and perform up to this day.

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What to think of the mysterious death of Jeff Buckley, who drowned in the Mississippi river in 1997, only 30 years old.

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Not exactly proven to be death, the disappearance of Maic Street Preachers frontman Richey James is one of the great mysteries of pop music.

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Not exactly proven to be death, the disappearance of Maic Street Preachers frontman Richey James is one of the great mysteries of pop music.
Indeed... his body was never found. Maybe he's still alive? What do you think?

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Ok, was just going to go at the fact Buddy Holly hasn't been mentioned when I realised that Patrice DID mention him.

Although not one of my favourites, he is undoubtedly one of the most influential musicians of all time.

Others I will mention are Ritchie Valens, Marc Bolan and Eddie Cochran

If going for the older when they died, but still died too young it's definitely John Lennon. From the list given in the poll I would choose Brian Jones coz he was the brains behind the early Stones stuff and was a musical genius. Jim Morrison would be my 2nd choice.
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Indeed... his body was never found. Maybe he's still alive? What do you think?
I think if he were still alive he would be dead by now!

Really, I don't have a clue, Patrice. It is a strange story indeed!

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I think if he were still alive he would be dead by now!
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No votes for Bird yet! Where's Bebop (Mrs. B) when you need her?!

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Aaliyah, whose music I really loved, and Tupac Shakur, rapper/poet.

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Adrian Borland. Life sucks.
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OMG I am so embarrassed
Reading this thread...(I dont keep up to date with music gossip), I didn't notice that some of these people were dead... or perhaps my care factor for their music, was not too high. For me, it's Mozart. Interesting story about him and his upbringing.
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