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  • Joe Bihari

    17th December 2013

    Joe Bihari’s death on Thanksgiving Day at the age of 88, now leaves Art Rupe and Phil Chess as the sole survivors of a unique group of post-war independent record men. Their efforts created a body of music which remains a major influence on popular music.

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    Philip Chevron

    7th October 2013

    (17 June 1957 - 8 October 2013)

    Johnny Jukebox has smashed his last Telecaster through the television screen.

    56 is no age to be dying. With Philip’s sad and sadly not unexpected death we sorely miss the old man he should have become and who would undoubtedly have continued to exercise his active and enquiring mind with such passion, purpose and humanity.

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    Mary Love

    23rd June 2013

    Mary Love Remembered

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    Darondo

    13th June 2013

    Darondo 1946-2013

    William Daron Pulliam – better known as funk and soul icon Darondo – passed away from heart failure on Sunday June 9th.

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    George Jackson Remembered

    14th April 2013

    I only ever met George Henry Jackson once, but it was an occasion I’ll never forget. In January 2010 my Ace colleague Dean Rudland and I left our Muscle Shoals hotel in the small hours of the morning, to drive several hundred miles in weather conditions that ‘appalling’ would be far too kind a word to describe, braving snowdrifts and sub-zero temperatures at an ungodly hour to keep a 10AM appointment to interview George and Harrison Calloway at Malaco’s famous Jackson, MS studios. We were nervous and excited at the prospect of meeting a couple of our musical heroes, and the fact that we were a little late in arriving made us even more so – particularly as both men were already sitting in the Malaco lobby waiting for us when we got there.

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