RIP man......laying on the hood of a Chrysler and listening to the Thunder Road record (back hen we had records) is one of the best memories of my youth.....thanks for the music, and thanks for making it happen back then...
Posts: 29950 From: farmington, maine usa Registered: Oct 2004
From a Virginia boy to another Virginia son, I'll miss you Clarence. He was the element that made Springsteen's albums really stand out. I saw 'The River' and 'Born in the USA' tours, they were very different but everyone responded to the Big Man.
Saw this yesterday and it made me sad. Was never a big fan, but the man had talent, and sure could make a sax sing. As I grow older, it is sad to see a number of musicicans of my youth passing on. It happens, it is life, but it makes one feel that much more mortal.
RIP "Big Man" Heaven's band just welcomed in one heck of a sax player!
Posts: 12330 From: The Man from Tallahassee Registered: Aug 2001