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Musician, composer, arranger, musical director and conductor Johnny Harris has died aged 87.

 

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2 minutes ago, time said:

Musician, composer, arranger, musical director and conductor Johnny Harris has died aged 87.

 

He'd better not get a DDP write up before Suzy Delair and Sol Kerzner, still not updated for their deaths.

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Just now, YoungWillz said:

He'd better not get a DDP write up before Suzy Delair and Sol Kerzner, still not updated for their deaths.

 

Heyyy I wrote 15 of them yesterday.

 

Some of rather higher quality than others, admittedly.

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1 hour ago, msc said:

 

Heyyy I wrote 15 of them yesterday.

 

Some of rather higher quality than others, admittedly.

And very good they are too.

 

Just the two I mentioned aren't even dead yet on the DDP, lol.

 

Gimme my points! :lol:

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1 minute ago, YoungWillz said:

And very good they are too.

 

Just the two I mentioned aren't even dead yet on the DDP, lol.

 

Gimme my points! :lol:

 

That's Reptiles job once or twice weekly, it'll be sorted ASAP, worry not.

 

I left P-orridge, Freeman Dyson and Von Sydow as I felt they deserved longer pieces.

 

And James Lipton because I forgot about him and went "Oh fuck he can wait till later".

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He did well to survive 2019 with terminal lung cancer.

12th death among my 60 DDP people in 11 weeks. So I am back on the 60/60 rate.

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Could have gone in Authors, screenwriters, theatre, opera and Broadway, so it goes here.

 

Terrence McNally, US playwright for many things (my own personal favourite being The Ritz), dead from the COVID-19 complications: https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Breaking-Tony-Winning-Playwright-Terrence-McNally-Dies-from-Coronavirus-Related-Complications-at-81-20200324

 

IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0573645/

IBDB: https://www.ibdb.com/broadway-cast-staff/terrence-mcnally-8828

 

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Horror filmmaker Stuart Gordon has died at 72

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Should the 2020 List have an asterisk next to it due to the coronavirus cheat code that has been implemented.

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Matthew Faber, actor who appeared in many cult films from the 1990s, has died at 47

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55 minutes ago, Spade_Cooley said:

Frank Ifield, DDP and Cup pick, dead at 82.

I must remember that if someone reports the death of the Queen or the Pope today that it's April 1 ! 

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3 hours ago, Spade_Cooley said:

Frank Ifield, DDP and Cup pick, dead at 82.

Lol, that's why I got up after noon.

 

Or indeed after Peter Noone, I'm sure he brunches early.

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Eddie Large :axe::rip: ...... Covid-19

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Skateboarding legend Jeff Grosso died Tuesday at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, CA. He was 51.

Orange County coroner’s office investigator Inez Chavez said that the cause of Grosso’s death has not been determined. She said an autopsy has been performed, the results of which are pending.

Grosso hosted the popular Vans video series “Loveletters to Skating.” He would also work as a color commentator on skateboarding telecasts.

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1 hour ago, Il Magneto said:

RIP Bill Withers 

Ah, damn. Lovely Day is one if my favorite all time songs. That note he holds has got to be a good 20 seconds at least.

 

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1 hour ago, Il Magneto said:

RIP Bill Withers 

RIP? Nope, legends never die.

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