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Apr 5, 2014 10:09AM
Jimi u were so talented.Music was on your side.You could have gotten into the jazz with MILES and took that genre up by decades.So be it,you were and still the greatest thing to happen to a guitar.
Aug 12, 2014 11:32PM
i agree the most fun in their music will be best but same with the 27th years of the smartest people of history that don't get credit of the work that they do... just to shine some light on that too.. but thumbs downs to the deaths... sad story
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The Curse of 27

By Sean Nelson

Among the more bizarre ghosts in rock 'n' roll lore is the curse of the 27th year. No one can explain why it is that so many talented men and women die (or are murdered) at that age, but the fact remains that many of the most talented, iconic, revolutionary artists ... more

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