MICHAEL KAROLI 29.4.1948 - 17.11.2001
Die Musik von CAN hat in den 70er Jahren meinen musikalischen Horizont im wesendlichen gepägt.
Mein erstes Album was ich von CAN damals hörte war Tago Mago.Ein Meisterwek,was es bis zur heutigen Zeit geblieben ist.Unvergeslich die hervorragende Gitarrenarbeit von Michael Karoli in den Stücken Paperhouse,OH Yeah,Halleluhwah.Diese Zeiten trauer ich um so mehr hinterher,da in den Heutigen Zeiten kaum noch was an sehr guter Musik produziert wird,was diese Klasse je erreicht hat.
CAN - Musik gehört auf jeden Fall zu den wichtigsten Interpreten die ich mir damals angehört habe und alle Alben von CAN sind mitlerweile Klassiker geworden.
Um so mehr war ich betroffen als ich davon gehört habe das Michael Karoli sehr früh verstorben ist,was nach einer schlimmen Krankheit geschah.Diese hat er bis zum letzten Tage bekämpft,jedoch zum Schluss diesen Kampf auf tragischer Weise verloren.
Ich schreibe diese Zeilen um an einen sehr guten Musiker zu erinnern,der mit der Gruppe Can in den Geschichte eingegangen ist.
In Memorial for Michael Karoli
ANOTHER GREAT MUSICIAN SADLY MOVES TO THE NEXT LEVEL.MISSED,ALWAYS REMEMBERED.
MANY BEST WISHES TO FAMILY AND CAN.
(WHILE WE PLAY HIS MUSIC ON THIS PLANET,HE IS ALLWAYS HERE.) MIKOVICH :)
It feels like loosing a freind.
Always the 'Young Blood'.
An exceptional Artist and performer who has enriched our lives.
Bend, OR, USA
thank you, michael,for living in this world,for bringing us so much joy. be with god.
Birmingham - England
I have only just found out about this and im really really shocked. I loved your guitar work on Tago Mago...That album got me into Can Sadly missed but not forgotten
Niente è più lo stesso, ma i Can sopravviveranno sulla Luna
I'm a nineteen years old boy,and a really can fan, in general all Kraut-Rock Music, this man,was a great and unique guitar-idol for me, i'm so sad and my honests condolences to all can members and michael's family
cheers from Mexico City and please we will be so happy if one you visit our country, it's so interesting and mystic, please answer..
Lisbon - Portugal
Now can I go to heaven : My friend is there ! CAN you show me the future days ?
Norway and Philippines
As a member of Can he gave me fuel to my aspirations of seeking moods not easy to define, gave me guts to break rules in composing my own humble pieces. Before Eno there was Can, and this band and Michael’s input will always sound ahead of and beyond time to me.
For sure, in my entire life I won't be able to explain to myself what means the concrete feeling I get from his guitars.
Michael's dead is leaving a great void. He was a great guitar player, influenced so many others. You did all right Michael! God bless you on your way.
Knut Eirik Braaten
Such a great loss for the music world. His playing on the CAN track "Mother Sky" ranks among the finest in the history of rock. Michael You're gone, but You'll never be forgotten. Heroes like You never die!
I had no idea this had happened. As a guitarist myself Michael was a big influence on me for many years. Farewell Michael you touched my life.
Great playing, great sound, great atmospheres, free-flowing spirit ,a true cosmic journey through sound, and a beautiful mind. Thank you Michael for making us countless days of wonderful listenings.
Your music will never leave my heart.
Another grief-struck admirer of the greatest guitar player ever. I think. A beautiful man, a life well lived and an influence across the world.. did alright, michael !! "Tape Kebab" still paralyses me in the guitar-sound.
Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
aaaaawww... i know i posted late but still... he's one of my musical heroes...
Hat mich durch meine Jugend begleitet, einfach tragisch dieser frühe Tod !!!
karoli uber alles. we'll be facked without his influence.
It`s sad, nothing but sad.
4 years passed by, and I wasn't aware of...
Your thirst of research was your life. This is enough for a life. Thanks
I miss you...
i couldn't believe it, a tragic loss for all of the lovers of his work in can, an amazing guitar player. remember him, honour him,thank you Michael. God bless you
Sorry to hear about michael's passing, such a loss to the world. We'll miss him greatly.
I've been a fan for many years, i'm now an old man myself and enjoying it greatly, thanks to regular inputs of Can's music.
Pleasant Hill Ca
Words can't express the void in music without Michael. Can is/was my band for as long as I can recall.
I know this is a long time coming in acknowledging Karoli's death, but as a fan whom discovered Can around the time of Micky's passing I must say this: he was a great guitarist, ect., as well as a perfect replacement for the Mooney/Suzuki vocals. "Landed" is among my Can favorites, which Karoli sang almost all the vocals. Though Can is no longer a band, it is sad to see the foursome minus one. I hate to think that there will never be another Can reunion without him. Most of all, I hate to think that Karoli is no longer part of this earth. I just started falling in love with his guitar work on Ege Bamyamsi!
pioneer genius, somehow managed to be funky and avant garde. with Can he influenced every generation that followed from post-punk groups like The Fall and Public Image Limited to Aphex Twin and Radiohead. it's like that Brian Eno quote about the Velvet Underground, perhaps only 5 thousand people bought their debut album but anyone who heard them went and formed a band. for his work on Tago Mago, Monster Movie, Soundtracks and Ege Bamyasi alone the man should be saluted. RIP.
you are forever admired for your great music and deep occult sound.
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To one of the greatest and most creative guitarist of the prog music,alas too badly known,R.I.P,Marc.
Back in the early seventies my generation didn't have a music of our own, only the leftovers from the hippy fallout. Then out of Germany came Can who (along with Faust) shaped my early years and inspired me to make art - to do something else to think outside of the box! So of course it's sad to hear that Michael has left us - but read these tributes and it becomes clear that he touched a lot of people
I saw Can at the Croydon Greyhound in 1974 - back then people didn't dance at gigs, they sat on the floor getting stoned. I was dancing and so was everyone else!
Keep on dancing Michael - with love
what a pity.
the Bronx, NY, US
You will be remembered for long time. Thanks for the joy and inspiration your music brought to me (and many others)...
I'm so sad...
New York City
You where a silent genius, thanks for the amazing and inspiring music you created with Can, a band that has changed the way I approach music forever. R.I.P.
i dey mugu keep the good work
I didn't know Michael had died until about a year ago when I picked up an old copy of 'Mojo' magazine in a dentist's waiting room. A mercurial talent, like all the members of this awesome band. People will be drawing inspiration from the albums and his playing for years to come. Respect!
Thank you for being part of such wonderful music with Can. Still listening to your inspiring work after all these years. RIP.
A nice guy who was also a serious innovator. You made your mark, Michael, and you will be remembered. Thanks for the grooves. Iain
Shirley: Condolences. Get in touch.
What a terrible shame. A wonderful, wonderful guitarist with the best band ever.
Big hello and thank you from germany!
Your music has had a profound affect on my life. Thank you. The music will live on forever!
ohm mane padme hum
Can was always very important for me. "Tago Mago"i was listening all nights longs with my girlfriend, in Nice, on the south of France. Never before sound of music did the same with my body as Can did! At the time i was vagabond and on the street in Nice i meet wonderful person - also Michael, and also German. In his 20's he saw many Can gigs. He was living on the streets with dog, Luka. We spoke about Can, Faust and all these genial German bands. That day i bought "Tago Mago" i was running for the appointment with him, but he wasn't there. I never meet him again... Crazy time,i had very long hair and even i'm 27 now i feel this music like people in 70's. Michael was great musician and i think - very good person too.I had always Can music with me while i was hitchhiking around the Europe.
Someone in the little record shop in Nice told me that Michael is dead (.....). Oh...if i only knew that Michael was living there, i think in some village near Nice - i could visit Him!I dont know how to share condolences. I don't want to be too official. I just say that this is not the end. Michael is living still in our hearts and this beautiful music.
Sorry that here was something about my personal life, but always music is strong part of my life, some songs, albums remind me when i listen them after years people, places...
still many people listen Can. Oh yeah!
Warm regards .
I was sad to read today (1/1 2005) that Michael Karoli passed away three years ago... Even though I am a synthesist since the mid 70'ies I always found his guitar playing very inspirational. And I still love the Can-records which still are the mopst played in my record collection.
Gone but not forgotten! Michael we still miss you! See you at soul desert. Tom
Simply the best, most innovative, most inspiring guitarist I've ever heard.
Mein Name ist Achim Lingner und ich möchte an dieser Stelle dem Musiker Michael Karoli für die Inspiration danken, die er mir auf den Scheiben von CAN mit seinem ganz persönlichen Stil geschenkt hat. Seitdem ich das erste Mal "Flow Motion" hörte bin ich ein großer Bewunderer aller CAN-Musiker, und ich freue mich, daß ich im April 1999 noch die Gelegenheit hatte Michael Karoli und Sofortkontakt in Frankfurt/Main erleben zu dürfen, ein wegweisendes Konzert, eines der schönsten noch dazu.
Als Mensch, Musiker, Produzent und Bewunderer wünsche ich seiner Seele eine gute Reise! Michael wird durch seine Musik unsterblich bleiben.
Shanti, Shanti, Shanti!
I miss you Miki,still thinking about you and listening to the new versions of the old Can albums brings many memories flooding back.
It's hard to believe that Michael's been gone 3 years now. Listening to Can for so many years, they inform my listening and playing in a way thats become ingrained. The way that Michael subjugated his expression to structure was so unique, few can 'step back'the way he did. He could be as subtle as a whisper, entering well into a piece, or pull out all the stops in a flurry like "Full Moon On the Highway". His sound had enough impact on me that I had to dedicate a work on my own first cd to his memory-it seemed the least I could acknowledge. My deepest sympathies to those who knew and loved him-his influence will continue to grow as his legacy expands with time.
Brian Marzullo Flipover Stylus 18.11.2004
My name's Steve Passiouras; I produce and host a 'guitar music' radio show in Melbourne, Australia.
I've been a big fan of Can ever since I heard Tago Mago about 25 years ago. I recently managed to track down a CD of it, and I'll be playing Halleluhwah on my next show.
My condolences to the family and friends of Michael Karoli.
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Danke Michael für wunderbare Schwingungen,die ich mir per LP des öfteren wieder in den Kopf rufe.
R.I.P. Dein Hanno
Que la tierra te sea leve, Miki. Gogoan zaitugu.
Charles O'Meara (aka Vrtacek)
Karoli was a very big influence on me in the early 1970s when i made a concerted effort to get away from American and British rock guitar influences. This was a guitarist who understood texture and how to fit himself into the overall sound of the band. It's a shame guitarists like this aren't recognized more. Everyone loves to watch the guys who can play big, fast, loud solos, but that's boring after a short time. it takes a lot of discipline and genuine listening to play the way Miki did and he was an integral part of a band i still love.
Bom Bhole Nat,Michael
From the all out attack of his solo on "Father Cannot Yell" to the shimmering cool aoelian breeze of "Bel-Air", Michael's recorded inspiration will live on.
Thank God he left us so much great music to enjoy.
Bye Michael. You'll be always missed by everybody who knew you and had the opportunity to listen to your music
Michael's guitar playing on "Inner Space", particularly on "All Gates Open" and "Sodom" is some of the sweetest music I shall ever hear in my life.
Thank God he took up playing guitar.
joe morgan/the tape is now the music
karoli's guitar work on the album 'future days' will always be one of my favorite moments in music.
see you later
I'm late in expressing them - but I'm still saddened when I realize he's gone. I have loved Can for donkey's years and still do.
I saw Michael Karoli with the Damo Suzuki Band in Seattle, at the concert that is on the cd's.
I never got to meet Michael, he was of a very profound spirit, and beyond anything anyone else could do.
Michael tamed this wlld band, part modern dance, part noise, and produced great music in the process.
He pulled it all together, with a body language similar to Hendrix.
I think that he burned up those guitar strings quite nicely!
Damo signed my copy of "Future Days".
I know that this is late but i was sorry to hear the sad news.the music will live forever.
Michael Karoli's inspirational work on "Tago Mago" was the reason I picked up a guitar in the first place.
Although I no longer play, I still listen to his work regularly.
Concord, NH USA
I met Michael in 1975 on my visit to hear, firsthand, the German sound. I came for Can and Micheal's welcome and time was astonishing. It is with great sadness that I read this news. He is beyond and beautifully content. Rest in peace with the love of all who knew you and your musik.
Marc Austin Savoie
New Jersey, USA
Heartfelt thanks for sharing so much wild and freeing music with the world. I am a richer person having heard 'mother sky', 'future days', and really everything from the can.
Peace be with you and your loved ones.
every time i listen to a can record i am inspired to create.....karoli's work has been an incredible inspiration and influence to me as a musician...
We Will All Miss You
Steve Lake Zounds
MK's fantastic playing is a thing of beauty and joy and much much more. Yur time on earth was well spent, and we are richer for it. Rest in Peace and Love.
slm münir abi.erkin koray'?n ilk pla??n? satt???n? gördüm.neden böyle bi?ey yapt?n anlam veremedim.
un grande musicista!
What a shock to discover the news so late of the passing of Michael.such a great band.
Salvador - BA, Brasil
I want to thank you for changing my conceptions about music with your marvellous band - the Can. Your guitar style is an inspiration for me, and I`ll carry it with me in my whole life.
Thanx Micki for beeing the greateast inspiration for my life, my music and my way of thinking, I miss you every day,my heart and my ears will always remember you
you gave a 22 year old boy a new life
Thank you and i miss you so much
godd bless you & your family
I feel bad, man
I saw Can more often than I have any other group/musician. They were always brilliant. Nobody else sounded or sounds like Michael Karoli. Cartainly influenced my approach to guitar. As he used to say when they took a break " we go... we come back".
thankyou for playing guitar and playing in Can.
Can changed the way I listened to music in 1971 when I heard Tago Mago and saw the band at Brighton University.Michael Karoli's guitar playing was unlike any I had heard before(or since) and has been a source of inspiration all these years.I cant believe that he's left us-thanks for all those wonderful inspiring sounds.
Kuranda, Queensland, Australia
Wonderful memories of concerts at Oxford, Portsmouth and -wait for it- West Runton Pavilion. Greatly enjoyed and much missed, we were very sad when the news reached us. RIP Michael.
Still greatly missed.Love to Michael's Wife and family.
new orleans, la
when I first heard Michael Karoli I thought, how can I get a sound like that? I'm still looking, but I realize it was in him and only him. how lucky for us that we have his music. I imagine him in the beyond creating great sound panoramas with instruments that we don't even know about yet. maybe a little of it will leak through to us in dreams. blessed be to you, Michael & family & friends.
...keep on rockin in heaven with jimi, Michael!!
CAN will always be 'here' (ie....everywhere) with their mind expanding musik...respect and love forever!
(an inspired brother)
long life in a cosmic waters of goddess music
Michael Karoli changed the way I saw music in 1974. In 2001 I ventured back into my records. He sizzled my brain again. I found the other album I missed, WOW, Michael Karoli still changes the way I see music. Thank you for your time on earth, I will miss your energy, music, and inovation.
CAN changed my musical experience since the first time I listened to them and Michael Karoli has changed the way that I look at the guitar. His atmospheric playing was an essential part of the CAN unit and like Jaki was quoted "only machines and gods should play music"...Michael was certainly the later in my book.
Jaki was once quoted "only machines and gods should play music"..Michael was certainly the later and has influenced me in my own playing. He took the guitar to a whole other level.
i just recently came to this site and sadly did not know that he died 2 years ago! he was truely one of the most creative guitarist/musicians i have ever heard. he was a very big influence on me as a guitar player and Can's music is some of the most original that has ever ben created. ironically, i just put on Can-Soundtracks for the first time in a while and it reminded me of how much i loved Michael's style. very sad to see another legend go.
I´m so sorry, i´m so sad
Your guitar will always ring in my ears
Thank you for all the joy
I am sorry and sad You were an inspiration to me
His music with Can will live with me forever, and I will make other teenagers from my generation wake up and listen to real music, rather than the tired, cliched contemporary acts that exist today.
When I join a band at University shortly, the influnce of Can will hopefully help me create some excellent music. Michael Karoli will live on forever in his music - A true inspiration
I was lucky enough to see Michael and Can play in Newcastle in about 1975, a sad loss. Please pass my regards to his family.
I have just lost another friend today. Not you Michael, but my friend Paul from AIDS. It all came crashing down for me. But I am strong and realize how precious this life is. No you were not a superstar but someone whom was doing what their passion determined what THEY WOULD DO. And you did it. That is a message to all of us who sit around dreaming instead of acting on our passions. All of my love and respect to your family . I know that they miss you. I didn't even know you and when I heard about your death tt filled my heart with sadness.Your life here will never go un-noticed
Love and blessings
Michael rulez the German underground guitar scene forewer. He did right, he was so green. Farewell. Once I met him in Finkenbach with Mani, I was so impressed, father cannot yell.
I didn't realize. Fly freely! Say hello to my mom. I carry your music and will pass it on! Love Stefan
each time listening to the can music your soul smiles and so do I.
Shirley? I don't know if you'll get to read this, but I just heard this terribly sad news. My thoughts are with you and your kids. I've got lots of great memories of you two: I'll never forget those happy times we spent together in Koln and Cros d'Utelle: me being woken at 5.30 am on a Sunday morning when I had to get up to do a trodlmarkt by Miki's hi-fi which he set to come on to wake me up. Pity he forget to check the sound level, and at 5.30am on the dot, the whole street is woken by Hawkwind's "Silver Machine" at full blast. Happy days. And I always remember a dinner party at Cros d'Utelle with me, Fawzi, Rita (?), you, Miki, and Seni and his strange bottle of spirit with snake heads and beetles in it. And Miki nearly made me die of fright when he presented me with an "empty" shot glass that had one of those little white scorpions in it. And then the poor local Customs Officer who had to strip naked for Seni to do some "ju-ju" on him, to help him lose weight. !
And "jam-jars". And Miki's little "special" bottles of alcohol with an extra added ingredient. Happy days. I'm so sorry Shirley.
Just listen to Halleluwah in tago mago.... an excellent guitar player...
Emmanuelle, ou plutot sa mère me reveillait á 4 heures le matin, c´était Michael au téléphone, maintenant il téléguide la musique pop de la future, cependant qu´elle donne des cours de philosophie, I summit
Kansas City; USA
I was saddened when I heard of Michael Karoli's passing,at the age of 53.Myself,and other CAN fans I've spoken w/thought he was older,because Holger is now 65.I really enjoyed the German import 'Seattle' when Michael plays a gig with Damo Suzuki.I don't care what anyone says,in my humble opinion,that WAS a semi-CAN reunion.I also totally dig the CAN'Live Box' 2-CD release......that is a true underground classic.My thoughts and prayers are with Michael,his family,and friends.
looking back now to when i first heard can i understood straightaway why they called michael "spider" those intermittent bursts of guitar gathering the webs of drum and bass in the cyclical mode gave a melody to those night when i stood at cold busstops humming "one more saturday night" and pushing heel and toe to keep me warm. how sadly missed to never know again what made me fall in love with his sound assurred to kindle me. love pete
It is a great shock for me. I can`t believe it, dear Michael
Valencia - España
One of the best musicians of the world.
Shetland Islands, Scotland
Sorrowful to read of the death of such an inspirational musician. Believe it or not on the remote Shetland Islands (100 miles north of the Scottish mainland) Can have been widely known about and respected for many years. I have been a fan since the time of Monster Movie and still rate that album and Tago Mago among the finest and most original ever. Thankfully great musicians never really die.
Have only just got a computer, hence these words here/now. I heard about Michael's death in the NME last November and felt very sad: I saw CAN a total of 17 times(!) on their various tours in the UK, so I can safely say that they and their music were a major part of my (seventies) adolescence, although not in a girly hero-worshipping sort of way! The music continues to exert its influence on me and I'm still playing it to friends who have heard of them but have never heard them. No one should doubt CAN's influence on contemporary music, and there will never be another guitar player like Michael.
Heartfelt commiserations to Michaels family and thanks for the the boundless pleasure his music has given and will continue to give
He left us with very nice music !
Although I consider myself a Canfan , I feel ashamed I just now found out Michael died nearly a year ago.
A unique guitar and violinplayer left us.
Carovigno (Brindisi) -Italy
Tu che hai accompagnato i mei sogni per tante e tante notti, mi hai donato un frammento di vita...per sempre nel mio cuore Michael...per sempre, ciao Pierluigi Lotti
julio c m da silva
são paulo - brazil
my last contact with the can members (via press, obviously)was an article 'bout the canbox on magnet. it was a surprise to know about mr. karoli's death. i hope his family is well, and that he must be on a better place, where talent like his is not negligenced while the n syncs of life get all the money and praises. there's a good word in portuguese, almost not translable, who can express the feeling mr. karoli passing have over me: saudade. we gonna miss you, michael. sleep well.
Well, so long Michael. Your spirit lives on in the hearts and minds of everyone who has heard your music. My life has never been the same since discovering just how uplifting and inspiring the music made by yourself and your colleagues in Can. May you rest in peace.
YOO DOO RIGHT - a series of concerts dedicated to Michael Karoli - played by Jack Hauser, Elisabeth Flunger, David Ender, Peter Panay and Karlheinz Essl in fall 2002.
Thank you, Michael!
For your life...
I was just listening to Tago Mago, revelling in Michaels guitar, and decided to look on the net to see if Michael had done any solo albums. Discovered he had, and also sadly read he'd died. I hope he continues to influence musicians with his great music.
vous m'avez donné du plaisir et je suis fier de vous avoir vu et entendu.
Quels merveilleux souvenirs me laissent les concert à bordeaux quel bel artiste vous avez été.
What a wonderful guitarist he was. MK will always be an influence.
Addio Michael, è proprio il caso di dire che sono sempre i migliori ad andarsene.
I have to thank for the greatest and finest shock im my musical life. Found in the record collection of my father.
If there were an better promotion in the sixties in collone noone would talk about bands like Pink Floyd
God bless you
see you in heaven, thank you for very good music !!!
Fairfax, California, USA (SF Bay Area)
Love & blessings to Shirley,Angie & Tamara. I am a father of 2 daughters myself & have loved Michael & CAN's music for almost 30 years! It continues to give me profound inspiration. Thanks & Best Wishes Michael!!!
Only too late did I discover the genius of Can. Thank you for such wonderful music. Safe passage to the other side...Songs like Mother Sky will be played when crap like Britney Spears is long forgotten.
How sad it was to hear that Michael Karoli, Germany's best guitarist ever, has sadly passed away after a long struggle with cancer. Being a faithful Can fan since 1981 when I got holdof the Cannibalism sampler (aged 14), I have bought all Can records any many of the solo releases and was very happy to see their strange "reunion" concert in the Hamburg Kaiserkeller in March 1999. Can's music has always been someting very special, not from this earty, and especially Michael's guitar and violin play has added much weight to the brilliant and fascinating Can records. I will miss you very much and listen to all of your records with a touch of bitterness in the future. We will never forget you! Mike.
Leen de Vries
We are sad to hear of his death
France - Argenteuil
Soon over babaluma fut le premier vinyl que j'ai acheté.. ça a été un choc. Et je pense que cet album m'a fait aimé le violon et les sons si particulier que Karoli sortait de ses instruments. J'avais été fasciné par le concert de CAN au Bataclan en 1974.. et c'est un groupe dont la musique, toujours incroyablement actuelle, m'a aidé à être ce que je suis aujourd'hui.. pas simplement de la musique, mais une expérience, une façon différente d'appréhender la musique et la réalité. Nous sommes le 5 juillet 9:21 et j'apprends à l'instant qu'il n'est plus de ce monde... et ça me fait un énorme noeud à l'estomac. Les boules quoi...
Un stock de pensées éternelles pour toi Michael
Since being a teenager in the late 70's I've been a Can fan.To discover that Michael has passed on is a shock, as much a shock as when I first heard Can. The loss to his family and friends is greater than ours, but for me that unique style of guitar will be tinged with sadness. To Michael in his mother sky.
I always thought Michael was one of the most under-rated guitarists around, ever since I bought 'Movies' when I was 14 in 1979 (that album, incidentally, got me into 'Can'). Safe journey and 'bon voyage' to the Mother Sky, Michael. Scott x
I will never forget this man who was a part of something real and beautiful. He'll live on through the music and continue to inspire the future generations
Sad, so sad for all of us.
Seeing and hearing Can while a student in Birmingham in the 1970s was one of the most memorable and important experiences in my life - I was fortunate to catch one of Michael's last gigs with Damo Suzuki's Network at London's Scala last year - his playing was absolutely entrancing - he was a wonderful musician who gave us joy and beauty.
What a shame. I am so out of the loop, that I have only just heard about this.
I will listen. Listen hard.
I will think of you.
Bye my friend, long distance partner of my youth.
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