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Jerry Stiller has died of natural causes, Ben Stiller says - CNN

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He was 92. Probably best known as Frank Costanza from Seinfeld. Also had a long-running role on The King of Queens as Arthur Spooner. Naturally, he'd had a long career even before his Seinfeld breakthrough, though; the article has some of the details.

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I don't know who this is but her death was overshadowed (on Twitter) by people saying "Phew! I thought you said Betty WHITE!" so I feel she should get mention.

Betty Wright, Grammy-Winning Soul Singer, Dies at 66 – Variety
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Fred Willard, alas, has died. He was one of the best straight men ever.
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Ken Osmond, Eddie Haskell on "Leave It to Beaver," has died at 76

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This is a sad day for the family and millions of TV fans of Ken “Eddie Haskell” Osmond of “Leave it to Beaver” fame, who passed away today.

We met on the Republic Studios Sound Stage on one of the early episodes of the show. I sensed right off the bat that Ken was a character and a terrific actor. He created a memorable role as my best friend (people still wonder why such a wisenheimer would be my bestie!) and will forever be remembered as one of the stand-outs in television history.

We were in the same school room, in a dressing room on the set, for the first year. We remained friends for sixty-three years. Plenty of memories!! I’ll miss you, man.

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Jimmy Cobb, last surviving musician to have played on Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue, Dead at 91

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Jazz drummer Jimmy Cobb, best known for backing Miles Davis on a string of iconic records, including 1959’s Kind of Blue, has died from lung cancer at age 91, NPR reports.

Cobb, born in Washington D.C. in 1929, began his touring career with saxophonist Earl Bostic in 1950. This led to a cascading series of gigs with vocalist Dinah Washington, pianist Wynton Kelly, and saxophonist Cannonball Adderley.

His most famous work arrived at the end of that decade: Along with Davis’ modal, melodic masterpiece Kind of Blue — which Rolling Stone named the 12th-best album of all time — he joined the trumpeter on several other albums, including 1959’s Porgy and Bess, 1960’s Sketches of Spain, 1961’s Someday My Prince Will Come, and the 1962 live set Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall.

But Kind of Blue remains an unparalleled jazz landmark, and Cobb’s shimmering cymbal work and feather-light pulse helped the album achieve its otherworldly sense of cool.

“Miles would tell us all little things to do and then have us work off his idea,” Cobb told Billboard in 2019. “He trusted all of us because he knew we were all good musicians. He didn’t really have to do anything else but say what he wanted done. One time he tried to tell me something about playing the drums with both hands, and I turned to him said, ‘Um, let me play the drums!’ But we were good friends, so I could say things like that to him without worrying about getting fired.”


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Old 05-26-2020, 12:18 AM
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Rick's enthusiasm get's borderline silly at times here but his admiration for Jimmy Cobb is heartfelt


Also worth a listen in memoriam, Jimmy Cobb's So What Band - Kind of Blue at 50, at the Bridgestone Music Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil in 2009
Jimmy Cobb - Drums
Wallace Roney - Trumpet (also RIP 2020)
Javon Jackson - Tenor saxophone
Vincent Herring - Alto saxophone
Buster Williams - Bass
Larry Willis - Piano
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AIDS activist and playwright Larry Kramer, age 84, pneumonia.

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Kramer died Wednesday morning of pneumonia in Manhattan, Will Schwalbe, his friend and literary executor, told NPR. He was 84.

Kramer was one of the great provocateurs of the late 20th century (and below you'll see he wasn't shy about using language that might shock or offend). In the 1990 documentary Positive, he told a group of gay men, "I am going to go out screaming so f****** rudely that you will hear this coarse, crude voice of mine in your nightmares! You are going to die, and you are going to die very, very soon unless you get up off your f****** tushies and fight back!"

Kramer wasn't always what his friends called a "message queen." In the 1970s, he was an up-and-coming writer with an Oscar-nominated screenplay for his film adaptation of the D.H. Lawrence novel Women in Love. In 1992, he told NPR's Fresh Air, "I was in the film industry. I was on my way to making a great deal of money; I was not a gay man first by any manner of means until I became involved in fighting AIDS, and because someone close to me died. And suddenly I was no longer the white man from Yale, I was a faggot without a name."
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Kramer’s activism led to genuinely real, positive change in how government institutions dealt with a disease that far too many of them monumentally failed to deal properly with (hey, sounds familiar…), and he made a massive positive impact in the lives of untold numbers of patients not just in the U.S. but around the world. He was a goddamn American hero in an era that has far too few of them left. R.I.P.

ETA: It should be noted that Fauci originally wasn’t even sympathetic to Kramer at first. The fact that Fauci came around to supporting Kramer speaks volumes about both of them.
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Jazz Times did a good bio obit for Jimmy Cobb this week. Been re-listening to all of of his stuff with Wes Montgomery, Miles, Trane...but I did not know about his connection with the late great Dinah Washington until I read his JT write-up. #themoreyouknow

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One of those weird little films I've always remembered.
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Dame Vera Lynn, singer and 'forces' sweetheart', dies aged 103 | Music | The Guardian

We won't meet again, I guess.
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Ian Holm, star of Lord of the Rings, Alien and Chariots of Fire, dies aged 88 | Film | The Guardian

This one got to me. :sniffle:
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RIP entertainment legend Carl Reiner.
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Some news sites that don't seem to have found it too difficult to allow access to Yoor-peons :muttercircle: Carl Reiner Dead: Comedy Legend, Dick Van Dyke Show Creator Dies at 98 – Variety Carl Reiner Dead at 98 Carl Reiner, Comedy Patriarch, Dies at 98 | Vanity Fair Emmy Award-Winning Actor, Director and Writer Carl Reiner Dies at 98
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I'm not sure I knew that was a real person, but I think (strangely often*) of the lyrics "Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn...? Veeeera.... Veeeera. What has become of you? Does anybody else in here, feel the way I do?" from Pink Floyd's The Wall.


*ok, not that strange because I work in Jira every day and the rhyme is what triggers the memory.
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On Vera Lynn:

On Carl Reiner -- as the straight man in the "2000 Year-Old Man" skit with Mel Brooks, as part of the ensemble in Oceans 11 and as director of Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid and The Jerk:





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You're not in Europe anymore, you're the Crimson Permanent Assurance now. :pirate:
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Tell these bloody websites that!

We're still subject to the GDPR, either directly or through its twin the Data Protection Act 2018, until that's replaced by a new law.
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A savy Crimson Permanent Assurance :pirate: would get a proxy just the same as when a Canadian desires to view a music video of a Canadian musician, in Canada, but faces the "Not available in your country" wall.

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But more seriously, outside Europe we don't really have a way of testing if a website works in Europe, well, short of getting a European based proxy.

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Ennio Morricone, Prolific Italian Composer for the Movies, Dies at 91

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Charlie Daniels is dead at 83.

Famous for "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and more recently for being a right-winger redneck on social media.

I liked that song when I was 8, but I always thought the Devil's performance was way cooler than Johnny's.
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