The road to truth is long, and lined the entire way with annoying bastards.
Yeah, this made me sad. Like a part of my childhood has disappeared.
Me too. I actually did realize he was as old as he was.
I had the chance to see him in concert several years ago when I was a much younger know-it-all than I am now. At the time I didn't really know who he was but went to the concert anyway, I think with my mother. Needless to say I was blown away as my arrogant ears were opened to the vocal ability of someone other than Joey Ramone or Paul Westerberg. Much the same experience I had while watching Lady Sings the Blues.He was truly a treasure and will be sorely missed. But we are all much better off for having heard him.RIP.
Oh, holy shit! I didn't even know about this!
Thanks for informing me! You did you PSA for the day.I'm sure he had a good life, and 71 isn't that old, but I think he did enjoy life.
Such a voice.He will be missed.
Hi Attila,Luciano Pavarotti captured the hearts of the public with his marvelous voice. One of his greatest fortes was that he appealed to a wide assortment of music aficionados. He will be missed. Thanks for posting this video of him singing…
Rest in peace....
His voice was amazing.....sad, really sad. A loss for the arts.
I just sat here and listened to that. He had an absolutely amazing voice and a whole lot of talent.
Such an amazing voice... I don't like opera much but everytime I saw him, I would stop and listen. he was amazing and his voice will live on...
RIP. So sad!
God bless the Pav!
A sad day. I listened to his CD all day long.
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