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Reply #30 posted 03/19/17 1:24pm

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728huey said:

NorthC said:

MD431Madcat said: Let's not forget Jerry Lee Lewis.


And don't forget Fats Domino. He's still hanging around in New Orleans.

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I fucking love Little Richard. I literally grew up with his music all around in our household. I hope he's doing fine. He's 84. God bless him.

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Reply #31 posted 03/19/17 6:30pm

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Shawy89 said:

728huey said:


And don't forget Fats Domino. He's still hanging around in New Orleans.

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I fucking love Little Richard. I literally grew up with his music all around in our household. I hope he's doing fine. He's 84. God bless him.

Unfortunately, he had to give up touring after problems, I think, associated with hip replacement surgery. But, it sure took a lot to make him stop touring. Chuck Berry, too. That generation was hard-core.

Now that I'm free I let the wind blow me...
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Reply #32 posted 03/19/17 6:57pm

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The Legend that inspired Legends. geek

RIP Chuck Berry! pray

I really, seriously and truly...need, want and must have...one of Prince's hats!
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Reply #33 posted 03/19/17 6:59pm

journalism16

May he rest in peace.
Erin Smith
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Reply #34 posted 03/19/17 7:50pm

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RIP rose

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[Edited 3/19/17 21:30pm]
“Do I dare Disturb the universe?”
― T.S. Eliot

“Only by acceptance of the past, can you alter it”
― T.S. Eliot
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Reply #35 posted 03/19/17 10:12pm

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728huey said:

NorthC said:

MD431Madcat said: Let's not forget Jerry Lee Lewis.


And don't forget Fats Domino. He's still hanging around in New Orleans.

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RIP Chuck Berry

The music will live on

If I say we ought to it never falls in place
63 is in the lead we need 6 more to win the race.
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Reply #36 posted 03/20/17 11:08am

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Now that I'm free I let the wind blow me...
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Reply #37 posted 03/20/17 11:15am

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Hate to bring a fact up but he did not invent Rock, a woman did:

She influenced Berry. Sexism kill history. His--Story.

wildsign Wave your wildsigns high!! wildsign
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Reply #38 posted 03/20/17 11:58am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Hate to bring a fact up but he did not invent Rock, a woman did:

She influenced Berry. Sexism kill history. His--Story.

But she didn't do the duck walk...

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Reply #39 posted 03/21/17 2:59am

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hardwork said:

My Dad used to tell me that not only did Chuck Berry invent rock and roll, but before Chuck Berry came along, there was NO YOUTH CULTURE in the United States. It was a a boring staid ADULTS ONLY culture. The obsession with youth that permeates every aspect of American culture today is largely the result of CHUCK BERRY (who interestingly was NOT a youth himself when he brought about these changes...) It's way bigger than music. Man, what a guy!


Elvis Presley also had a lot to do with that. He wasn't the musical innovator that Berry was, but he was the one that had the largest appeal. He had the image, the looks, he was the one that made rock & roll famous.

--He had the largest appeal because that is the way the music industry wanted it. Chuck had influence which is much better than appeal.
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Reply #40 posted 03/21/17 3:01am

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2freaky4church1 said:

Hate to bring a fact up but he did not invent Rock, a woman did:





She influenced Berry. Sexism kill history. His--Story.


Chuck is the begining of the Rockn Roll era.
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Reply #41 posted 03/21/17 12:44pm

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Not True but -

yes he's one of the founding father's of Rock and Roll.

Shawy89 said:

90 years of rock and roll.

He invented the whole thing. Everyone working today in music owes him big time.

Rest in peace.

Who did, according to you?

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Reply #42 posted 03/21/17 3:40pm

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lol

wildsign Wave your wildsigns high!! wildsign
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Reply #43 posted 03/21/17 5:37pm

TonyVanDam

sad rose Chuck was just 10 years short of age 100. But it was still an excellent life despite the flaws within a rock & roll lifestyle. cool

[Edited 3/22/17 21:03pm]

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Reply #44 posted 03/21/17 6:56pm

luvsexy4all

no disrespect.. but is that video of him farting into a womans face and telling her to smell them ..really him ??? (yes ive seen it)

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Reply #45 posted 03/22/17 4:59am

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luvsexy4all said:

no disrespect.. but is that video of him farting into a womans face and telling her to smell them ..really him ??? (yes ive seen it)

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I am sorry if it is him so what? As long as he was not forcing anyone to do anything against their will.

Not my cup of tea but what people do in the privacy of their bedrooms is not anyone's business.

Besides when people have this type of dark stuff going on it is usually a sign of some sort of trauma and is unfortunate that back in the day there was no therapy or help to stop people from going to the dark side.

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Reply #46 posted 03/22/17 10:32am

namepeace

He's a titan.

I couldn't say enough about him and his legacy.

Good night, sweet Prince | 7 June 1958 - 21 April 2016

Props will be withheld until the showing and proving has commenced. -- Aaron McGruder
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