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To my fellow Dawgs of the 60's and 70's - and those from later years who appreciate an amazing musician - the music world lost a great one today at way too young an age - 67.
As Reverb.com wrote, "This one hurts."
Shot below is one I took on the `79 Hemispheres tour stop at The Fox. Pardon the grain, it's what you got in those pre-Photoshop days of pushing 400 ASA to 800.
RIP, Professor on the Drum Kit, you will live on through what you gave us, but you will be sorely missed.