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    phil everly



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    Bye.bye Phil
    Bye, bye happiness.
    Hello emptiness,
    I think I'm going to cry
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    That's a big loss to the pop music world. He and brother Don had a big influence on the musicians that followed (The Beatles, Rolling Stones, country musicians, etc). Their music is still in on the playlists of radio stations here in Los Angeles.
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    i remember first hearing that song, 'cathy's clown,' when i was a kid, some twenty years after it was first released. i knew it was old, but i found it so refreshing and catchy. couldn't stop humming it...

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    I bought the cd of the reunion concert years ago............

    .....have listened to it hundreds of times and still pull it out of the stack about 1 a month. Giants of the music world! RIP

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidder View Post
    Bye.bye Phil
    Bye, bye happiness.
    Hello emptiness,
    I think I'm going to cry
    .

    That's a big loss to the pop music world. He and brother Don had a big influence on the musicians that followed (The Beatles, Rolling Stones, country musicians, etc). Their music is still in on the playlists of radio stations here in Los Angeles.

    I agree that it will be a great loss. BUT not to the pop music world. Pop wasn't even invented then and YES they were the predecesors of the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Beach boys, etc......... Its a time in music that there are very few left from that vintage. I'm 60 and I was very young listening to then.

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