Still sad at Rick Wright's passing.

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Re: Still sad at Rick Wright's passing.

Post by moodyblue » Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:23 pm

Today marks Rick's 5th anniversary of passing.
He obviously would have been 70 today but is of course, still so very sadly missed.

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Re: Still sad at Rick Wright's passing.

Post by moodyblue » Sat Sep 05, 2015 12:51 pm

rememberaday wrote:
I used to regularly go that site before I joined NPF. Yes, it has stuff on deceased celebrities like Dennis Wilson, Brian Jones, etc. However, I couldn't find anything much about Rick. :?
It seems we'll never know where Rick's ashes were put sadly. Perhaps that is what he wished for.

The Gilmour concert tonight in Brighton that I am so grateful in attending will make me give some thought once again to the fact Rick isn't around anymore as someone else sits in his place on keyboards.

Another musician who died recently was Chris Squire from Yes. It made me feel almost the same way as when Rick passed. Complete disbelief and extremely sad.

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Re: Still sad at Rick Wright's passing.

Post by madcap69 » Mon Feb 08, 2016 9:36 pm

Its really to bad he couldnt finish his album. Would of liked to of had a chance to hear a little more music from him.