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Dennis Edwards, who became a lead singer of the Motown hitmakers the Temptations in 1968 as they embraced psychedelic funk and won Grammy Awards for the songs “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone” and “Cloud Nine,” died on Thursday in Chicago. He was 74.

His death, in a hospital, was confirmed on Friday by Rosiland Triche Roberts, one of his booking agents. She did not specify the cause.

Mr. Edwards’s resonant, powerful voice, burnished from years singing gospel, was perfect for the driving soul music of the 1970s.

“Marvin Gaye was a friend of mine, and he used to say, ‘Man, I wish I could sing like you, if I could have that growl in my voice,’ ” Mr. Edwards told The Tallahassee Democrat in 2013.
The Temptations in an undated photo. Top row, from left, Otis Williams, Dennis Edwards and Eddie Kendricks. Bottom row, Melvin Franklin, left, and Paul Williams.

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Before joining the Temptations, Mr. Edwards sang with another Motown group, the Contours, best known for their 1962 hit “Do You Love Me” (recorded before he joined them). The Contours opened for the Temptations in the late 1960s, and when the Temptations’ lead singer David Ruffin left the group in 1968, he was asked to take over. Continue reading the main story Mr. Ruffin told him personally that he was going to get the job, showing up at his house very early in the morning, Mr. Edwards said. “I thought he was kidding,” he said. But at his first show with the Temptations, and some later ones, he recalled, Mr. Ruffin showed up, leapt onstage and took the microphone from him to sing some of his older hits. In time he left Mr. Edwards alone.
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Mr. Edwards joined the Temptations just as the group, under the direction of the producer and songwriter Norman Whitfield, was developing a grittier sound, one largely influenced by the psychedelic soul of Sly & the Family Stone and very different from their earlier songs, like “My Girl” and “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg.” The other members of the group — Eddie Kendricks, Otis Williams, Melvin Franklin and Paul Williams — also sang lead, notably Mr. Kendricks. But Mr. Edwards was an essential part of the group’s new sound on songs like “I Can’t Get Next to You,” “Ball of Confusion (That’s What the World Is Today)” and “Shakey Ground.” Shortly after Mr. Edwards joined the group, the Temptations won their first Grammy, for the propulsive, upbeat “Cloud Nine” (1968); they won another for the funk anthem “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone” (1971). That song, like two other Temptations hits from that period — “I Can’t Get Next to You” and “Just My Imagination” (on which Mr. Kendricks sang lead) — reached No. 1 on the Billboard pop singles chart. The group received a lifetime achievement Grammy in 2013. Mr. Edwards left the Temptations in 1977 to pursue a solo career but rejoined them some years later. In 1989, he was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, along with the five members from the Temptations’ mid-1960s heyday.
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Dennis Edwards was born to a preacher in Fairfield, Ala., on Feb. 3, 1943, and grew up in Detroit. As a teenager he sang in a gospel group and studied music at the Detroit Conservatory of Music before signing with Motown in the late 1960s.


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Mickey Jones (June 10, 1941 – February 7, 2018) was an American musician and actor. His career as a drummer had him backing up such artists and bands as Trini Lopez, Johnny Rivers, Bob Dylan, and The First Edition with Kenny Rogers. Jones had seventeen gold records from his musical career of over two decades. After the break-up of The First Edition in 1976, Jones concentrated on his career as a character actor, where he made many appearances on film and television.
Mickey helped father the "discoteque beat", grandfather of the disco beat we all came to know and love

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Mickey is most celebrated in music circles as the drummer on Dylan's UK tour in 1966, after Levon Helm had left The Hawks.

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"Don't worry Mickey, I'll protect you"

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The physical NME magazine is being closed after 66 years in existence.

The news was announced this morning by NME owner Time Inc, which confirmed in a statement: “NME’s free weekly print magazine will cease publication. This week’s issue of the magazine out on Friday will be the final free print edition.”

Paul Cheal, Time Inc. UK group managing director, Music, said: “NME is one of the most iconic brands in British media and our move to free print has helped to propel the brand to its biggest ever audience on NME.COM. The print re-invention has helped us to attract a range of cover stars that the previous paid-for magazine could only have dreamed of. “At the same time, we have also faced increasing production costs and a very tough print advertising market. Unfortunately we have now reached a point where the free weekly magazine is no longer financially viable. It is in the digital space where effort and investment will focus to secure a strong future for this famous brand.”
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The 1965 NME Pollwinners Concert was the only time The Beatles and The Rolling Stones played on the same bill.

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Tony Kinman, Southern California 'cowpunk' pioneer who defied musical boundaries, dies
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Quickly, however, the Kinmans began to move in another direction. "There were louder and faster bands who were pushing even farther into punk," Tony said. "That wasn't the kind of music we were interested in anymore. It was frustrating to write songs for a punk audience that didn't like them." Chip moved to New York for a time, and teamed up there with guitarist Alejandro Escovedo, whom he knew from the Nuns. Soon Tony joined them, they relocated to Austin, found Austin drummer Slim Evans through an audition, and Rank and File was born.

The group's 1982 album "Sundown" was declared the year's "best debut album by an American rock band" by The Times' pop music critic, Robert Hilburn.

The Austin Chronicle crowned Rank and File the country band of the year. Even those heaping praise on the group couldn't settle on what Rank and File was — just that they liked what they heard. "'Sundown' steps boldly from the new wave, punk and electro-pop styles that offer today's most appealing rock," Hilburn wrote, "yet it conveys much of the same driving spirit that fuels the most compelling new music …. The band injects its most invigorating songs with a charm and original vision that haven't been seen in rock-tinged country since Gram Parsons' early work with the Flying Burrito Brothers."

It was, in fact, a thoroughly punk move that came at a time when punk was adopting its own musical, political and sartorial formulas. It started to resemble the same rigidity that the genre's free-thinking originators rebelled against in other forms of music when they threw the rock rule book out the window and started bashing their guitars and drums at breakneck speed, volume and intensity.

"I think one of the most important things about this so-called 'new country' sound is its independence," Tony said in 1983. "Besides, country music has a long tradition of scaring away young blood. Remember what happened when Elvis tried out for the Grand Ole Opry in 1954 they told him he'd better not give up his day job."

Indeed, in rebelling against the rebels, the Kinmans added their names to a long list of proud California musical mavericks that included Buck Owens, the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield and the Flying Burrito Brothers.
Rank & File - "Amanda Ruth"

Rank & File - "Sundown"

Rank & File - "The Conductor Wore Black" (on the Alan Thicke Show!)

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Journal entry by Lisa Kinman

Tony passed away this morning.

Last night he said, "Chip, if anyone asks what song meant the most to me, tell them "Way To Go"
Rank & File c. 1982: Tony Kinman in big hat. Alejanrdo Escovedo at left.

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'Fuzz' Guitar Tone Inventor Glenn Snoddy Dies
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Glenn Snoddy, longtime Nashville studio engineer and inventor of “fuzz” guitar distortion, died Monday at his home in Murfreesboro, Tenn. He was 96 years old.

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Snoddy was engineering a recording session for country star Marty Robbins in 1960 when he noticed guitarist Grady Martin’s usually clean sound was coming through distorted.

“We thought there was something wrong, and something was wrong,” Snoddy told the Murfreesboro Daily News Journal (via Billboard). “The transformer in the amplifier blew up.”

It turned out to be a fortunate accident, as the distortion in the Martin’s guitar solo on Robbins’ “Don’t Worry” became a sought-after effect for guitarists across all genres. Snoddy recreated the sound in a pedal musicians could use with any guitar or amplifier combination — simply press a button and a clean tone became dirty. The Gibson Company eventually bought the rights to Snoddy’s invention and manufactured it as the “Maestro Fuzz-Tone.”

The sound became a vital part of rock ‘n’ roll in 1965 when Keith Richards used the Maestro Fuzz-Tone on the Rolling Stones’ “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” tying the sound to that signature riff. Not long after, the pedal became an essential effect in every rock guitarists’ arsenal.
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The author of early, critically acclaimed biographies of Elvis Presley and Jim Morrison, Jerry Hopkins, passed away today (June 3) in Camillian Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, after a long illness. Hopkins, who lived in Bangkok with his wife and son, was 82.

Hopkins’ death was reported by the Bangkok Post and confirmed on his Facebook page.

Born Nov. 8, 1935, in Camden, N.J., Hopkins—whose full name was Elisha Gerald Hopkins—published 39 books in all, and more than 1,000 articles. He spent more than 20 years as a correspondent and contributing editor for Rolling Stone magazine.
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In 1969, Hopkins took leave from Rolling Stone to author Elvis: A Biography, the first comprehensive biography of the singer, published in 1971. Hopkins began work on his Morrison biography, No One Here Gets Out Alive, following the singer’s death in 1971. The book, co-authored by Morrison’s assistant and confidant Danny Sugerman, was rejected by more than two dozen publishers before finally being published in 1980. The bio, the first of Morrison, became a best-seller and has been reprinted several times in different formats. The book was published in 23 countries (in 16 languages) in all; Hopkins’ website says it has sold more than four million copies.

Hopkins later wrote other books book on Elvis (including The Final Years), as well as titles on Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, Yoko Ono and other topics, including life in Thailand.


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DANNY KIRWAN
MAY 13, 1950 ~ JUNE 8, 2018

A TRIBUTE FROM
MICK FLEETWOOD AND FLEETWOOD MAC

Today was greeted by the sad news of the passing of Danny Kirwan in London, England. Danny was a huge force in our early years. His love for the Blues led him to being asked to join Fleetwood Mac in 1968, where he made his musical home for many years.

Danny’s true legacy, in my mind, will forever live on in the music he wrote and played so beautifully as a part of the foundation of Fleetwood Mac, that has now endured for over fifty years.
Thank you, Danny Kirwan. You will forever be missed!
~Mick Fleetwood and Fleetwood Mac

ALBUMS FEATURING THE WORK OF DANNY KIRWAN:
Then Play On 1969
Blues Jam at Chess1969
Kiln House1970
Future Games1971
Bare Trees1972
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Dominic Joseph "D.J." Fontana, the longtime drummer for Elvis Presley who helped pioneer the backbeat swing of rock and roll, died Wednesday, The Tennessean reports. He was 87.
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Fontana played with Presley for 14 years, accompanying him on over 460 cuts for RCA including rock and roll standards like "Blue Suede Shoes," "Heartbreak Hotel," "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock." Fontana was with Elvis during his landmark appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1956, as well as his legendary "'68 Comeback Special." In 2009, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Known for his no-nonsense style of drumming, Fontana injected early rockabilly with the swing of big band music. At a time when many country and bluegrass groups were shunning drums altogether, Fontana's mere presence behind the kit was revolutionary in its own right.

Still, Fontana aimed to keep things simple in a way that complemented not just Elvis, but also his other bandmates, bassist Bill Black and guitarist Scotty Moore (Black and Moore died in 1965 and 2016, respectively). "I just learned how to stay out of their way and let them do what they had to," he said in 1987. "It sounded better to me that way."

Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, Fontana began playing drums in high school and was eventually hired as the in-house drummer on the long-running radio and television show, Louisiana Hayride. He backed an array of famed country artists, including Webb Pierce and Faron Young, on the show and met Elvis there in 1954.

At the time, Sun Records impresario Sam Philips had already paired Presley with Moore and Black, and the trio had already cut Elvis' debut single, "That's All Right, Mama."

In a 1984 interview with The Tennessean, Fontana recalled hearing Elvis' early songs, saying, "They sent Elvis' records from Memphis. I thought the sound was really incredible. It was really different… When Elvis, Scotty Moore and Bill Black came down as a trio, Scotty approached me about drumming with them. We ran through about two or three songs backstage, including 'That's All Right, Mama.'"
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In an interview with Massachusetts television station WGBH, Fontana recalled the first night he, Elvis, Moore and Black played together as the quartet that would go on to launch and define rock and roll. "Well, the first night people were polite, just kind of like the Grand Ol' Opry," he said. "But it was a country, older crowd, and I think what they did, they went home and told their kids, 'There's a boy down at the Louisiana Hayride you got to go see.' The next couple weekends we had nothing but kids, so that was the breaking point actually. The kids would scream and holler, crying and all that stuff. And I think that's what really got it started."
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"Hound Dog"


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Nick Knox, former drummer for the Cramps, has died.

Apparently he was 60. I haven't located a proper obituary. But I did find a tribute-memorial written by Miriam Linna, musician-archivist and founder of Norton Records with her late husband Billy Miller (whose obituary appears earlier in this thread).

This obit is sort of a must-read even if you've never heard of Nick Knox or The Cramps:

GOODBYE DEAR NICKY

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Good read!



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Matt ‘Guitar’ Murphy, best known as one of the stalwarts of the Blues Brothers Band and a renowned sideman with Howlin’ Wolf, Memphis Slim, Muddy Waters, James Cotton and many others, has died. He was 88
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Murphy gained his biggest audience as a member of the band in the Blues Brothers movies, appearing as the beleagured husband of cafe owner Aretha Franklin, insisting that he was “the man” when Franklin objected to him re-joining the band.

He appeared in the 1978 film and its follow-up, Blues Brothers 2000 (1998). He also performed with the Blues Brothers Band until the early 2000s, when he was slowed by a stroke.

Murphy was born in Sunflower, Mississippi in December 1929, moving to Memphis with his family when he was a toddler. Matt Murphy and his brother, Floyd,” became a fixture on the Memphis blues scene when they were in their teens, and Matt moved on to pick up a legendary resume as a sideman for some of the greatest blues musicians ever. In the 1970s, he was best known as a sideman with harpist James Cotton before joining the Blues Brothers.

Murphy fronted his own band starting in 1982 and toured up until recently. He played a reunion show with James Cotton in 2010, and appeared at the April 2013 at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Matt Murphy - "Murphy's Boogie" (1963)

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Producer, multi-instrumentalist, and singer-songwriter Richard Swift died this morning in Tacoma, Washington, a representative confirmed to Pitchfork. He was 41 years old.

A post on Swift's Facebook page read, “And all the angels sing 'Que Sera Sera.'” “Today the world lost one of the most talented musicians I know,” Dan Auerbach, Swift’s bandmate in the Black Keys and the Arcs, wrote in an Instagram post. “I will miss you my friend.”

Last month, it was revealed that Swift had been hospitalized due to a “life-threatening condition,” and a fund had been launched to cover his medical bills.

In addition to releasing music as a solo artist, Swift was also a member of the Shins from 2011 to 2016, was the touring bassist for the Black Keys in 2014, and played drums for the Arcs. He also played keyboards for Starflyer 59 early in his career. As a producer, he worked with Foxygen, Guster, the Mynabirds, Sharon Van Etten, Damien Jurado, Pure Bathing Culture, and many others.

Swift founded and owned National Freedom, a recording studio in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

Swift was born in California. He grew up living in Minnesota, Utah, and Oregon before eventually moving back to Southern California to pursue music. While working at a studio called the Green Room in Huntington Beach, Swift made his first records—Walking Without Effort and The Novelist—during his off hours in the early 2000s. (A self-taught musician and producer, he played most instruments and engineered the entire project).

He signed to Secretly Canadian and re-released the projects as The Richard Swift Collection Vol. 1 in 2005. Swift’s last solo full-length under his own name was 2009’s The Atlantic Ocean. In 2016, he released a collaborative covers album with Damien Jurado.


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Surprised this hasn't been posted yet (or maybe I didn't see it)

RIP Henry Butler

edit: terrible, accidental pun...
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RIP Henry Butler
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Henry Butler, a pianist, singer and cornerstone of the New Orleans sound, died of cancer Monday morning in the Bronx, New York. His death was confirmed by his agent, Maurice Montoya. Butler was 69 years old.

Born Sept. 21, 1948 in New Orleans, La., Butler was a prime force in the city's piano tradition — gifted with an exuberant touch and a keen, razor-sharp musicality.

Blind since birth, Butler grew up in the city's Calliope Projects, and taught himself piano by ear. He went on to study classical music at the Louisiana State School for the Blind, where he memorized scores written in Braille and at Southern University, he majored in voice and minored in piano. He also studied with such exemplars of New Orleans piano as Professor Longhair and James Booker.

Musically, Butler was the heir to his birth city's vital piano tradition, and he passed that tradition along. He taught across the United States and developed a summer camp for visually impaired teenage musicians. That program was depicted in a documentary film that aired on PBS stations in 2010.
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Away from the piano, Butler was an enthusiastic photographer — shooting images of scenes described by friends — and pursued that passion for more than three decades, exhibiting his work around the world.


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Bluegrass mandolin legend Dean Webb, of the Dillards (aka The Darling Family on The Andy Griffith Show) fame from Salem, Missouri, passed away on Saturday, June 30, 2018. He was aged 81.
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Perhaps their biggest claim to fame though is their appearances on The Andy Griffith Show in which they performed musically as members of ‘the Darling Family,’ a fictitious name for a family of North Carolina mountain hillbillies. The Dillards, who were spotted by a member of Andy Griffith’s talent agency, made their first appearance on the show in October 1963, and in so doing introduced bluegrass music to many viewers who had never heard of the genre. The band made five more appearance on the show, the last of which was in 1966.
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Webb, playing what has been described as “some killer mandolin,” helped The Dillards to play a major part in modernising and popularising bluegrass music. They were among the first bands to electrify their instruments. Also, their influence up and down the west coast impacted the development of southern California folk rock and country-rock styles.

Individually, Webb’s mandolin playing influenced Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones’ decision to play the instrument.

His harmony singing and arranging skills were considerable, talents put to good use in helping the Byrds to sort out the complicated triad harmonies on Mr. Tambourine Man, their first major hit.
If you're unfamiliar w/The Dillards (aside from them Darling boys) check out Wheatstraw Suite, one of the pioneer country-rock albums.

Dillards - "She Sang Hymns Out of Tune"

Dillards - "I've Just Seen A Face" -- Beatles cover


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Dillards - "She Sang Hymns Out of Tune"
Dillards - "I've Just Seen A Face" -- Beatles cover


Good stuff. Could of used some jug though.


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You don't think I can make banjo sounds on this jug?

No, no I don't.

Man's got a right to his own opinion.



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The older half of the 1950s rockabilly sibling duo the Collins Kids, Lorrie Collins, died yesterday (Aug. 4).
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Lawrencine May “Lorrie” Collins was born May 7, 1942, in Tahlequah, Okla., with Lawrence “Larry” Collins following in 1944. Talented from early childhood—Lorrie won a talent contest at age 8—they started a musical duo, with Larry playing guitar—as early as age 10 he was considered something of a whiz on the instrument—and the pair singing in harmony. As rock ’n’ roll came into vogue, the Collins Kids relocated to Southern California and adapted easily, making an impression locally via television and TV—particularly on the Town Hall Party program, beginning in 1954, and the syndicated version of the show, called Tex Ritter’s Ranch Party (1957-59).
The Collins Kids - "Hoy Hoy" (1958)

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Felton Pruett, Shreveport steel guitarist who played for Hank Williams, Hayride dies
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When country music star Hank Williams left Shreveport to take on bigger opportunities in Nashville, he asked steel guitarist Felton Pruett to move along with him.

But Pruett, settled in Shreveport with a family, didn’t want to stray so far from home, his wife, Rita Pruett, said.

“We stayed here, and he worked and picked, and he told me later, ‘I’m glad we didn’t go to Nashville,’” she recalled. “He said, ‘I can still pick any time I want and work at the railroad.’ He was happy like that.”

Pruett, who played steel guitar in the area for more than 70 years, including for Hank Williams’ band and at the Louisiana Hayride, died Wednesday, Sept. 19, at the age of 89.
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