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uiwangmike wrote:And if you happpen to be reading this, many happy returns for today, Chris Barber.
uiwangmike wrote:Last weekendâ€™s birthdays:
April 21: James Newell Osterberg, Jr., aka Iggy Pop, Muskegon MI, 1947
April 22: Glen Campbell, Delight AR, 1936
Jack Nicholson, Neptune City NJ, 1937
(Nice place names)
Glen Campbell . . . had one of the most uninteresting voices of his time, although B.J.Thomas and yes, Bobby Vinton, might give him a run for his money
Glen Campbell was given some good songs to record, but he had one of the most uninteresting voices of his time . . .
I'd arrived in Las Vegas the previous evening . . . when I walked in to the venue, he was already on stage, playing the William Tell overture immaculately, and at speed, on a 12-string guitar which was balanced on his head.
uiwangmike wrote:Any chance of second thoughts, Charlie? OK, maybe not, but I think the article is well worth a read.
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