RIP Thread

#1242

Shades of 2016 all over again

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#1243
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#1244

Sad news, he was massively influential. The four Scott albums are all classics. The first time I heard Montague Terrace (in blue) on the radio I went out and bought a bunch of his albums the very next day.

His solo stuff was better but for the day that’s in it:

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#1245

One of our own. A real gent who always made time for everyone.

RIP

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#1246

What a talent.

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#1247

Ranking Roger, RIP.

Stand down, Margaret!

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#1248
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#1249

Oh dear.

Saw him with The Beat at the SFX Hall about 1982. Great gig.

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#1250

Ah, so sorry to hear that. The man who made Andy Williams cool. Great, great band.

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#1251

That was a great cover version as was…

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#1252

He died a happy man at least

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#1253

Wow, did he think he’d live to see the glory of last august?

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#1254

Jaysus, he looks better than me and I’m not 62 yet!!
R.I.P. Mighty man.

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#1255

He was still older than lots of us when Limerick previously won their last All-Ireland!

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#1256

RTE’s Pat McAuliffe. RIP.

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#1257

Just hearing Tommy Smith of Liverpool fame has passed , 600 odd games for the one club hard as nails , old school very few of them left , they really don’t make them like that anymore RIP

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#1258

RIP. Shankley once said Tommy Smyth wasn’t born - he was quarried.

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#1259

Feared and revered. Great warrior

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#1260

Took as good as he gave, and he dished it out a lot (and that’s meant as a compliment). Very underrated as a footballer, in my opinion.
I wonder how many teams had both full backs score in European Cup/Champions’ League Finals?

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#1261

Rip Dracula.

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