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    Default Little Richard dead at 87 R.I.P



    Last edited by fedexnuno; 05-09-2020 at 10:43 AM.

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    Default Re: Little Richard dead at 87 R.I.P

    What a showman he was! RIP.

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    Default Re: Little Richard dead at 87 R.I.P

    One of the best.. RIP

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    Default Re: Little Richard dead at 87 R.I.P

    I was raised on his music. He will be missed for sure. RIP Richard.

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    Default Re: Little Richard dead at 87 R.I.P

    https://www.counterpunch.org/2020/05...revolutionary/

    RIP Little Richard, Tutti Fruitti Sex Revolutionary
    by SUSAN BLOCK
    It was cancer, not the coronavirus, that took the life of the 87-year-old rock music pioneer known to the world as Little Richard.

    But Good Golly Miss Molly, it’s still hard to lose such a blessing to our culture, especially when gifted ground-breakers like Little Richard seem to be rarer than ever.

    In fact, there was nobody like Richard Wayne Penniman, the dirt-poor dishwasher who transformed himself into the self-dubbed “Architect of Rock ‘n’ Roll.” Yes, his ego was big as his towering hairdo, but he deserved that honor and many more, profoundly influencing the Beatles, the Stones, Elvis, Hendrix, Bowie, Patti Smith, Prince, MJ, everybody!

 

 

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