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It is getting to the stage we will lose them all, the generation is passing.
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It's very sad, father time showing no mercy. RIP.
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I saw Hiseman and his wife Barbara Thompson playing together several times. He was one of the most accomplished musicians of his generation. RIP.
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Only saw JH a few months back at the Robin2 with his new band JCM.
Brilliant performance and no indication that anything was amiss.
A great drummer...what a loss
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I still rate Colosseum Live as my aii-time favourite live album. Fabulous line-up and all of them at the top of their games.
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You mean that double live set?
I never cared for it. Studio lps way better.
(And what an ugly cover! Only "Sabotage" beats it.)
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The Colosseum back in the late 60's/Early 70's were awesome.. Barbara actually played on some of the early swirley stuff