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RIP Peter Tork

Discussion in 'In Memorium' started by rollingdam, Feb 21, 2019.

  1. rollingdam

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  2. Hamstrung

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    RIP... another part of my youth...

     
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  3. butterknucket

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  4. davetcan

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    Mine too, RIP.

     
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  5. SaucyJack

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    That's too bad. RIP
     
  6. mhammer

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    Pete and Mike were always the cool ones in the band, and the only"real" musicians.
     
  7. marcos

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    Me too. RIP
     
  8. Steadfastly

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    I used to rush home from school so I could watch them. I believe Peter Tork was the Monkee who was interested in country music.
     
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  10. Jimmy The Gent

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    RIP. Now only two Monkees left.
     
  11. davetcan

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    Tough to beat Boyce and Hart.
     
  12. traynor_garnet

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    It was actually Mike Nesmith who was into country. He went on to do some absolutely phenomenal country-rock albums in his immediate post Monkee days.
     
  13. butterknucket

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    He did, and his mother invented Liquid Paper. He inherited a lot of money.
     
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  14. Kenmac

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    I used to watch their T.V. show when I was a kid. Over the years I've read about their trials and tribulations but onstage it seems like they got along pretty well together. In rollingdams link it's noted that Peter was a trained multi-instrumentalist and I'm glad they got a chance to make their own music with their own instruments. It's too bad it's just Mike and Mickey now. R.I.P. Mr. Tork.
     
  15. aC2rs

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    Sad news :(
     

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