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Nancy Nall

It is to weep.

harry near indy

it's like the passing of johnny cash and ray charles.

another great one is gone. mourn the loss, but after that, celebrate what he left behind.


The world would be a much, much better place today if "Italian" were thought to mean more "Luciano" and less "Soprano".

Uncle Merlin

Wow, I always enjoyed Pavarotti Singing Opera but when you hear him singing popular music what jumps out at you is the control he has over his voice, it is AMAZING!

I know that must seem to down play his true talent but most of my experience with music is not with Opera so my ear is trained in a certain direction.

I wonder how he would have sounded singing Clint Black??

Tom Pierantozzi

WOW is not good enough for this great man. The power and memory of his voice will last forever.

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