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 Post subject: RIP Janis Joplin
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 Post subject: Re: RIP Janis Joplin
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I remember Hendrix was followed by Joplin a few weeks later. I think it was the next year that Jim Morrison died, but I still think of all three as going in a pretty rapid succession, certainly within a year of each other.

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I remember Hendrix was followed by Joplin a few weeks later. I think it was the next year that Jim Morrison died, but I still think of all three as going in a pretty rapid succession, certainly within a year of each other.

There's a heckuva band up in heaven.



Someone should write a song about that.

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Vandal wrote:
Estonut wrote:
I remember Hendrix was followed by Joplin a few weeks later. I think it was the next year that Jim Morrison died, but I still think of all three as going in a pretty rapid succession, certainly within a year of each other.

There's a heckuva band up in heaven.



Someone should write a song about that.



That would be totally righteous, brother...

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littlebeast13 wrote:
Vandal wrote:
Estonut wrote:
I remember Hendrix was followed by Joplin a few weeks later. I think it was the next year that Jim Morrison died, but I still think of all three as going in a pretty rapid succession, certainly within a year of each other.

There's a heckuva band up in heaven.



Someone should write a song about that.



That would be totally righteous, brother...

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I'll should have a good medley, Bill.

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I saw the headline and thought that we had set a record for the most untimely RIP ever.

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littlebeast13 wrote:
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Someone should write a song about that.



That would be totally righteous, brother...

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I'll should have a good medley, Bill.



It would certainly be something you could hang your hatfield on, Bobby.


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