Yes. It's so sad as he was so young and he could have kept making his music forever, it was so ageless.
it really was. He was an odd man but incredibly talented and his songs were universal.
Sad, sad, sad.
And that video- he and George dead, Roy Orbison already dead when they made it. Well. We have the music. For that I am grateful.
Our Florida boy.
Did this make anyone else cry today? The irony.
Yes. And yes.
Really sad he's gone. I Won't Back Down used to be my daughter's anthem every morning before school. We'd turn it up loud.
There are so many times I've thought of his song "The Waiting Is The Hardest Part," and it's so true. He wrote gentle anthems, didn't he?
I was doing OK until Petty sang, "...happy to be alive", then I lost it. :(
Thank you, Ms Moon.......... oh so sad he is gone..... But......... his music and his truth will live in our hearts forever and I will hum and sing and smile, thinking of the joy he has brought me and will continue to bringSusan M
Me too, Susan. Me too.
Thanks for this window into the Wilburys. Check out this video about them.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mf1sLjmqLAgBalm for the aching heart. Sending love. N2
Oh so wonderful.
Tell me, sweeties. Tell me what you think.