Another icon now gone -- I heard on the radio driving back home down 101 ~ 2:45 PDT that he had passed, RIP. Then they played I'll Be There & Rockin' Robin from his childhood. It was just confirmed on MSNBC.
My fave was always Billy Jean & the immortal Thriller album that I actually had on 8-track back in the 80s. Now all the cable stations are acknowledging it, cardiac arrest at age 50, man, that's too young.
I thought before Ed McMahon's death, then again before Farrah Fawcett's passing this morning that Patrick Swayze would be the next celeb to die, wasting away from pancreatic cancer. We're watching him fade out a little at a time on the supermkt. tabloid covers.
Everybody let's turn those frowns upside down. It's sad we lost a legend, but that's the nature of life. The great thing is that he gave us some of the best enjoyment ever through his music. That's all that matters to me.
Girl close your eyes. Let the rhythm get into you. Don't try to fight it, there ain't nothin' that you can do.
Come on and sing it with me everybody!:)
"If you have one finger pointing at somebody, you have three pointing towards yourself."