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Apparently Gary Moore has passed away.
All that is currently said is that it was "in his sleep on holiday in Spain".
Not yet 60. RIP.
An improv a day keeps the demons at bay!
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i am speechless I had to but almost cant believe it. The best died young but this is so horrible. R.I.P Gary, Hpope you Still got the blues where ever you are.
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Really shocking news
RIP Gary,You still got the blues over the hills and far away.
"The blues is a low down achein' chill" Robert Johnson
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I'm a fan, but i didn't now this..........
Walk the heavenly walkways my friend......r.i.p.
play guitar like the wind, mysterious but definitely present....
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WHAT ?? No... must be a mistake.
However I checked the web and the message is quite clear, Gary has passed over to the other legends that no longer are amongst us.
RIP Gary Moore.
A long time ago, in the old forum : Registered: Mon, 27 Nov 2006. Wonder were the other old members all went....
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Stunned !! ...............Very sad news.
58 years of age is way too young .................
We sure wont get sustain like his again !!
Still got the Blues For you !! .......RIP
"Death is just a heartbeat away"
lyric from "Out in The Fields"
Gary Moore 1952-2011
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We'll miss you Gary
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Kia kaha ! Gary Moore .
In the name of God, Eric Clapton and the Slowhand, Amen.
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Way too young - R.I.P. Gary!
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What a sad day. A nice guy and one of the great rock/blues exponents.
For me "Still got the Blues for You" will always define his passionate blues playing/singing
and the very underrated rock album "Looking at You" is, imo. the best.
Long may we remember him.
"Big Bill Broonzy, a white boy's inspiration" (1963), and the Blues ever since.
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Yeah He was one of my favorites. Left us with some great music. RIP. We'll miss that red strat
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