Obituaries


#937

This is sad. His playing with TRB was fantastic.


#938

Top guitarist


#939

Oh, that’s a shame.

Saw TRB at Middlesbrough Town Hall in the '70’s

Great live band.


#940

#941

#942

Saw him play a very decent gig in a ballroom in Richmond in Melbourne in about 1996 IIRC. Bit sad now.


#943

Saw him a couple of times in 90s in tiny venues in Edinburgh.

Frankly he was great.


#944

Yep, considering how ill he was, and the fact he was playing the gigs to pay his medical expenses, those gigs were great.


#945

Just brilliant.
RIP DD.

#946

Very sad.

I was hugely into his guitar style when I was a kid.

The Ozzy link is a red herring, I liked his solo stuff as the Electric Gypsies.

https://www.kerrang.com/the-news/former-ozzy-guitarist-bernie-tormé-dead-at-66/


#947

I knew him from Gillian, where he was pretty damn fine.

Ian Gillan – vocals, harmonica Bernie Tormé – guitar Colin Towns – keyboards, flute John McCoy – bass Mick Underwood – drums, percussion

Bought this album upon release and it is still one of my fav albums. Saw them on tour twice on this tour and they were blinding.


#948

Saw him few times on the Gillan tours mid 80s, fun days.


#949

Scott Walker :disappointed:


#950

Streaming Walker Brothers as we speak.
No Regrets coming up…and something in my eye I dare say.


#951

Some cracking photos here.

Scott Walker – a life in pictures


#952

why does Lulu only look 5 years older even now?


#953

Portrait in the attic perhaps?


#954

Scott Walker record reviews from Melody Maker


#955

#956

Gutted, a legend and always a great performer last saw him at the phoenix a year or so ago …too young