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Lance Mannion on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 in Too Much TV | Permalink
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I guess I'm getting to the age where friends and people I've heard of and admired show up more in the obits, than on the society page. RIP Davy!!.
Sad. I have never heard anything bad about him, only good memories of the 60s and the funny Monkee's TV Show. A sad, sad train to Clarkesville...
We all knew they were just a Hollywood fabrication of a real group like the Beatles, but they had great songwriting and production, and many of their songs are timeless.
Earl Bockenfeld |
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 04:32 PM
Well, ****. There goes my afternoon. To lose any of them, and of all of them Davy. Et in Pleasant Valley ego.
El Jefe |
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 05:26 PM
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