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August 6 at
Lee Hazlewood, the country singer and pop producer perhaps best known for his work with Nancy Sinatra in the ’60s and ’70s, passed away this weekend due to complications from renal cancer. He was 78.
Thanks Eric for reporting an obit of an amazing man. Yeah, bergman -walsh- -the Blow Up moivie guy and the normal run of 'signif ' culture o'er the hill stirrers that die every week, all went kaput. But personnally for me, this guy RINGS .
But really, since the target auiidience for the Stranger is for 20 year olds, maybe you should include a h=omage to the Seattle U student who died in the Chilean mtn's the other day. She was studying International finance and Spanish (isn't that what all FBLofA will have to commune?). Disarming to see her pass.
the target audience for the Stranger is 20? that sure explains all these old geezers.
Let's all celebrate the man's life with some shots at The Hazelwood.
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