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Old 11-01-2018, 11:24 PM   #1
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Default Fast Eddie Clarke, original Motorhead guitarist at 67



Fast Eddie died, joining Lemmy and Philthy Phil.

They have other classics, I've always liked the above. I never took Motorhead too seriously, it's not a good idea.

"Come on honey
Let me get you in the sack
You Know The Chase Is Better Than The Catch
You Know...."

A very sensitive soul, and a true poet wrote that.

There ya go. RIP Motorhead.
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Old 12-01-2018, 07:40 AM   #2
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Sad day for the classic line-up :-(
The number of random people who used to chat to me because I happened to be wearing a Motörhead t-shirt was numerous. That tour t-shirt generated more spontaneous conversations than all my other tour t-shirts put together that I ever wore! Motörhead had a great following!
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Very sad
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I thought Larry Wallis was the original Moorhead guitarist. Still, R.I.P Fast Eddie.
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Bomber Tour 28-11-78 at the Manchester Apollo was where I first felt their noise.

Another gasket blown.
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Bomber Tour 28-11-78 at the Manchester Apollo was where I first felt their noise.

Another gasket blown.
I saw them in 1988 opening for Alice Cooper, the stage volume was as loud as the PA. It wasn't the original lineup, but Phil was on drums.

I always wondered how they got that ugly guitar sound that is so prevalent in their work.... It was Lemmy's bass! Played through Marshall's at full volume... What a character. The Hell's Angels had bought tickets for the first three rows... all these bikers, and when Motorhead was done, they left. Alice wasn't necessary....
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[QUOTE Alice wasn't necessary.... ][/QUOTE]

Kudos!


Thanks for the info on Lemmy and his wonders to perform.
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