October 9, 2013
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Your gifted musicianship will always be a guiding light for those who next take on the challenge of contributing to great & lasting music. Thanks John
Ya know when Keith passed I thought Ok it was gonna happen, When John passed I said well does Roger or Pete really know what this means? it’s up to them does it end with you or does it go forward with you? Long live rock
John playing with Nicky Hopkins somewhere again
I was lucky enough to see the band in Cleveland in the fall of 2000 amongst the several times I’ve seen them and to this day I still remember the absolute power they had in front of a crowd.I can only imagine what it was like in the 70′s.Somewhere Keith is counting in the song and John is nodding his approval-with a wicked grin on his face I bet.
Great man, greatest of bass players, enormous miss. Wish you were still with us Whiskey Man.
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