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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
26%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
26%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
45%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



violator 11:05 Fri Nov 26
Dead Artists
Artists you've seen who are no longer with us? I saw Big Country with Stuart Adamson, The Charlatans with Jon Brookes on drums...go or splattt?

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UNIHAMMERED 5:01 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
Far to many to list, but I will mention Mark Linkous aka Sparklehorse. An absolute genius much missed, by me at least.

bigfrank 4:34 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
Van goff
Botticelli
Picasso
Rembrandt
Monet

torino hammer 4:20 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
Phil Lynott
Freddie Mercury
Charlie Watts
Sid Vicious
Joe Strummer
John Bradbury
Richard Wright
Allen Collins
Ronnie Van Zandt
Steve Gaines
Charlie Harcourt
Alan Hull
Rick Parfitt
Peter Haycock
Rico Rodriguez

azel senior 3:57 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
Never saw Jagger or Freddie, although had plenty of chances to.
As for Ozzy and DLR, both brilliant, but neither had the same charm and charisma of Bon. It was like he was singing to 10,000 mates!

Far Cough 3:41 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
Jagger
Mercury
Lee Roth
Ozzy


All as good as if not better than Scott

azel senior 3:04 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
Quite a few, but the stand out is Bon Scott.

Seen hundreds and hundreds of bands since, and not seen a live act or rock frontman as good since. Proper rock 'n' roller!

The Stoat 2:40 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
BillyJenningsBoots 1:50 Mon Nov 29

Yep

Mike Oxsaw 1:50 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
Some of you should stay away from music gigs. You're just bad luck.

BillyJenningsBoots 1:50 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
The Stoat...

you've seen all of those artists?

BillyJenningsBoots 1:45 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
I saw Rik Mayall on his Kevin Turvey tour back in the 80's - does that count?

Northern Sold 1:43 Mon Nov 29
Re: Dead Artists
Anyone ever see Joy Division?? What a tragic story it was with Ian Curtis… absolute superb hypnotic performer…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dBt3mJtgJc&list=RDEM8R9K_39KvdMjWawSTu2b3Q&index=4

Off to see Peter Hook and the Light next year (over Garons with the Happy Mondays) … does all the old JD numbers… should be good

Northern Sold 7:14 Sun Nov 28
Re: Dead Artists
Oh sorry missread the title... I thought it was Artists you wish was DEAD...

Northern Sold 7:12 Sun Nov 28
Re: Dead Artists
Dave Gahan - Depeche Mode

Simon Le Bon - Duran Duran

gene Simmons - Kiss

Pauline Black - Selecter

Phil Collins - genesis

Iron Duke 3:00 Sun Nov 28
Re: Dead Artists
Chris Cornell
James Brown
Richey Edwards

The Stoat 12:47 Sun Nov 28
Re: Dead Artists
oioi 12:00 Sun Nov 28

A fair bit but was a regular at the Tech and the Cooks but went to venues all over the place to see bands

oioi 12:00 Sun Nov 28
Re: Dead Artists
The Stoat 8:55 Sat Nov 27

Sam Apple Pie & Help Yourself eh? Did you hang around in Walthamstow in the very early '70s?

PwoperNaughtyButNot 11:14 Sun Nov 28
Re: Dead Artists
Joe Strummer
Chris Cornell

ATHammer 11:11 Sun Nov 28
Re: Dead Artists
Here's some in no particular order:
Jimmi Hendrix and Mitch Mitchell;
Ian Dury and Charlie Charles;
Clarence Clemmons and Dan Federicci;
Peter Green;
Glenn Frey;
Paul Kossoff and Andy Fraser;
Freddie Mercury;
Michael Jackson;
John Lord;
Dusty Hill;
Alvin Lee;
Leslie West; Felix Papallardi; Steve Knight;
Rory Gallagher;
John Bradbury;
Phil Lynott and Gary Moore;
James Brown;
David Bowie and Mick Ronson;
Ronnie Lane;
Booker T Jones, Donald Duck Dunn;
Walter Becker;
Bernard Manning;
Tommy Cooper;
Dave Allen;
I am sure I have missed some because I am fucking old.

The Stoat 8:55 Sat Nov 27
Re: Dead Artists
Leonard Hatred 11:21 Fri Nov 26

Seeing as you asked so nicely (here are a few) :-(

JOHN WETTON – ASIA
PHIL LYNOTT – THIN LIZZY
CHRIS SQUIRE – YES
MICKY JONES – MAN
DEKE LEONARD – MAN
PHIL RYAN – MAN
WILL YOUATT – MAN
FREDDIE MERCURY – QUEEN
CHAS HODGES – HEADS HANDS & FEET
MIKE PATTO – PATTO
OLLIE HALSALL – PATTO
RICK PARFITT – STATUS QUO
LARRY WALLIS - PINK FAIRIES
DUNCAN SANDERSON – PINK FAIRIES
MIKE TINKERBELL SMITH – SAM APPLE PIE
ANDY SNAKEHIPS JOHNSON – SAM APPLE PIE
JIM RODFORD – ARGENT
LES HARVEY – STONE THE CROWS
ALEX HARVEY – SAHB
TED MCKENNA – SAHB
RORY GALLAGHER – TASTE/RORY GALLAGHER BAND
ROBBIE McINTOSH – AVERAGE WHITE BAND
GARY THAIN – URIAH HEEP
RONNIE VAN ZANDT – LYNYRD SKYNYRD
STEVE GAINES – LYNYRD SKYNYRD
KEITH MOON – THE WHO
CHARLIE WATTS – ROLLING STONES
JOHN GLASCOCK – JETHRO TULL
JOHN BONHAM – LED ZEPPELIN
HEINZ BURT – THE TORNADOS
BILLY FURY
LESLIE WEST – MOUNTAIN
DAVID BYRON – URIAH HEEP
STEVE MARRIOTT – HUMBLE PIE
RONNIE LANE – FACES/SLIM CHANCE
IAN MCLAGEN – FACES
ROBERT CALVERT – HAWKWIND
DIK MIK – HAWKWIND
LEMMY – MOTORHEAD/HAWKWIND
MICHAEL KAROLI – CAN
HOLGER CZUKAY – CAN
JACKIE LIEBEZEIT – CAN
PAUL JEFFREYS – COCKNEY REBEL
VINCENT CRANE – ATOMIC ROOSTER
KEITH EMERSON – ELP
GREG LAKE – ELP
JOHN DUCANN – ATOMIC ROOSTER
KEN WHALLEY – MAN/ELP YOURSELF
RICHARD TREECE – HELP YOURSELF
ALLEN COLLINS – LYNYRD SKYNYRD
JERRY GARCIA – GRATEFUL DEAD
ALAN SPENNER – GREASE BAND
FRANK ZAPPA – MOTHERS OF INVENTION
ALVIN LEE – TEN YEARS AFTER
ALAN HULL – LINDISFARNE
CHARLIE HARCOURT – LINDISFARNE
DARRELL SWEET – NAZARETH
KEN HENSLEY – URIAH HEEP
BERNIE TORMΙ – BERNIE TORMΙ BAND
SCREAMING LORD SUTCH – THE SAVAGES
IAN DURY – THE BLOCKHEADS
PETE BARDENS – CAMEL
PAUL WILLIAMS – JUICY LUCY
JAMES DEWAR – ROBIN TROWER BAND
JOHN ENTWISTLE – THE WHO
LEE DORMAN – IRON BUTTERFLY
RON BUSHY – IRON BUTTERFLY
LARRY REINHARDT – IRON BUTTERFLY
GREG RIDLEY – HUMBLE PIE
RICHARD WRIGHT – PINK FLOYD
DAEVID ALLEN – GONG
PIP PYLE – HATFIELD AND THE NORTH
WOOLEY WOOLSTENHOLME – BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST
GARY MOORE – THIN LIZZY
PETER GREEN – FLEETWOOD MAC/SPLINTER GROUP
JON LORD – DEEP PURPLE
NICK CURRAN – THE FABULOUS THUNDERBIRDS
CLIVE BURR – IRON MAIDEN
TREVOR BOLDER – URIAH HEEP/WISHBONE ASH
GEORGE DUKE – DUKE/CLARKE BAND
PETER HAYCOCK – CLIMAX BLUES BAND
RICHARD COUGHLAN – CARAVAN
GLEN CORNICK – JETHRO TULL/WILD TURKEY
JOHN GUSTAFSON – HARD STUFF
JACK BRUCE – JACK BRUCE BAND/CREAM
EDGAR FROESE – TANGERINE DREAM
GUY LEBLANC – CAMEL
PRINCE – NEW POWER GENERATION
KEITH GEMMELL – AUDIENCE
GILLI SMYTH – GONG
PETE OVEREND WATTS – MOTT THE HOOPLE
PETER COWLING – PAT TRAVERS BAND
JON HISEMAN – COLOSSEUM
PAUL RAYMOND – UFO
LARRY WALLIS – MOTORHEAD
NEIL PEART – RUSH
PHIL MAY – THE PRETTY THINGS
PAUL CHAPMAN – LONE STAR/UFO
PETE WAY – UFO
LEE KERSLAKE – URIAN HEEP
FLORIAN PILKINGTON-MIKSA – CURVED AIR
DUSTY HILL – ZZ TOP
ALAN LANCASTER – STATUS QUO
ROYE ALBRIGHTON – NEKTAR
NORMAN BARRATT – GRAVY TRIN
LIAM DAVISON – MOSTLY AUTUMN
FRANK SINATRA
VERA LYNN
JOHNNY WINTER
LEE BRILLEAUX – DR FEELGOOD

Swiss. 8:32 Sat Nov 27
Re: Dead Artists
Prince
Gil Scott Heron
Tito Puente
Celia Cruz
Cab Calloway

Mike Oxsaw 7:10 Sat Nov 27
Re: Dead Artists
Bet none of these dead artists were fully vaccinated against Covid.

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