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  • Close to the Edge 72
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    This is so profoundly sad. The last movie I've seen in a theater was the documentary about The Band, "Once Were Brothers." Even that is controversial because it was based on Robbie's book. They were amazing in their day, I still listen to their music, Jon Anderson is a big fan, and I wish Garth peace. I'm glad I saw them albeit without Robbie. They were still great opening for CSN except the guy to my right who sang every lyric as loudly as possible.

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  • True
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    I believe Garth Hudson influenced Tony Kaye quite a bit around the time of Kaye’s first stint with Yes.

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  • Imperatrix
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    Worse and worse…

    Maud Hudson, Garth’s wife, passed away today. 😞 May she rest.

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  • Imperatrix
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    Garth Hudson of The Band feels forgotten

    https://www.classicrockhistory.com/f...-garth-hudson/

    Garth is alive and is very much still with us, but he feels lonely and forgotten.

    I write to lonely seniors each month, so bringing Garth some cheer is something I’ll love to do. If anyone is interested in doing so, please drop Garth a line! Thank you!

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