RIP Mark Lanegan

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Sligolad
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RIP Mark Lanegan

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The great survivor finally passed today at his home in Killarney.
I had come late to his music but what a voice and lyrics....and a life lived.

https://www.theguardian.com/music/2021/ ... g-of-covid

https://youtu.be/RP7U2lDes3o
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Re: RIP Mark Lanegan

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Yet another sad day. R.I.P. Mark
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Re: RIP Mark Lanegan

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Very sad, like yourself Pierce I came late to him but grew to really like him particularly his collaborations.
RIP

the last thing I heard him on was a re-recording of MOBY's album... Kris Kristofferson and Mark shared the vocals.... It really struck me.. :(

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Re: RIP Mark Lanegan

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That moby track is outstanding. Have it on vinyl.
Other album worth a listen is this.

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