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Those That Left Us in 2012

From: KSLU
Series: Rock School
Length: 59:00

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On this week's Rock School we'll be "celebrating" the deaths of those musicians who left us with great contributions to the music world. Macabre in nature, this week's show will sadden and fascinate you at the same time. Read the full description.

Rs_logo_small With so many different artists and musicians paasing away every year, Rock School pays their respect with a showcase of these artists in a grim celebration of their talents and their contributions. We'll expolore the concepts of celebrity death, the legacies of stars, and the mourning of fans in this week's Rock School.

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Piece Description

With so many different artists and musicians paasing away every year, Rock School pays their respect with a showcase of these artists in a grim celebration of their talents and their contributions. We'll expolore the concepts of celebrity death, the legacies of stars, and the mourning of fans in this week's Rock School.

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Ebony Eyes Bob Welch French Kiss. Capitol Records 1997 03:32
No Sleep Till Brooklyn Beastie Boys Licenced To Ill. Def Jam 1986 04:06
Rock the Nation Montrose Montrose. Rhino/Warner Bros. 1973 03:00
Tell Mama Etta James Heart and Soul A Retrospective. HIP-O Select 2011 02:21
Steppin' Stone The Monkees More Of The Monkees. Rhino 1967 02:20
Take a Letter, Maria R.B. Greaves R.B. Greaves. Rhino/Elektra 1969 02:44
Mr. Pitiful Otis Redding The Very Best Of Otis Redding. Rhino Atlantic 1992 02:42
Down Under Men At Work Super Hits. Down Under 2000 03:43
The Night they Drove Old Dixie Down The Band Best of the Band. Capitol Records 1976 03:30

Additional Credits

Beth West

Related Website

http://kslu.org/rock_school/