[NetBehaviour] Mark E Smith, founder and lead singer with the Fall, dies aged 60
grazmaster at googlemail.com
Thu Jan 25 13:55:06 CET 2018
Really sad day. One of my audiovisual postcards
<http://blog.visitorsstudio.org/?q=node/53> in Visitors Studio was about
Make E Smith. Not sure if it's still works:
It would be great if somehow you can publish it online in Furtherfield
website and/or social media.
On 25 January 2018 at 10:45, marc.garrett via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> Mark E Smith, founder and lead singer with the Fall, dies aged 60
> Sad to hear abotu the death of Mark E Smith. I will be playing The Fall
> all day today. Will be missed. One of my many working class heroes...
> "Smith formed the Fall in 1976 in Prestwich and was the only constant
> member of the band. He was known for his tempestuous relationship with his
> bandmates, and frequently fired them – there have been 66 different members
> over the years, with a third of them lasting less than a year. Smith
> famously once said: “If it’s me and yer granny on bongos, it’s The Fall.”
> "He was a famously prolific musician. Last year the Fall released their
> 32nd studio album, New Facts Emerge, and had been fitfully touring in
> recent months when Smith’s health would allow. The band played London’s 100
> Club in July, while Smith performed from a wheelchair in Wakefield in
> Marc Garrett
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