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July 2, 2015
Yr songs touched my heart and I enjoyed growing ur p in your era. I am now 66and still enjoy your music. You will live in my Heart forever
July 2, 2015
Yr songs touched my heart and I enjoyed growing up in your era. I am now 66and still enjoy your music. You will live in my Heart forever
May 30, 2015
By the twists of fate I got to know both Bill and Bob personally.Bill had the coolest turquoise'56 Chevy with flames painted over the hood & front fenders and we each spent many summer nights crusin' South Main in Santa, in 1957-58, with me in my '57 Buick Century. We drove by Jon's Black Derby (the Brothers first real gig). We even dated the same girl. Years later we bumped into one another at a small lounge in Tustin, Calif. called Bachelor's 3 and talked about the "good old days" many times including my listening to Bob's heart-wrenching stories when he lost his wife. But Bobby I knew best. We both were in the Fremont Jr. High Band in Anaheim playing trumpet. Bob & I were the two lead players in the section. We had an ongoing rivalry because he was in 9th grade and I was only in the 8th. There I was sitting next to a legend in the making arguing about music (he loved R & B while I was a jazz player). After I transferred to another school I saw him again working as a clerk at Sleeping Beauty's Castle at Disneyland. Who would have known. When I heard of Bobby Hatfield's death I was stunned. After spending a year sitting next to a guy in band, every school day, for a year and seeing him once and awhile over the years it reminded me that we're all growing older. I'm sure both Bill and Bobby would agree with Brian Wilson's lyric (paraphrased): "Love songs, pretty girls, we drove into a movie. We never wanted it to end." None of us did. Thanks for all the laughs to both Righteous Brothers. And to Bobby. I was the best trumpet player but couldn't carry a tune in a bucket vocally. You were something else (as is Bill). And many more thanks for the countless hours of listening to your music. I came around Bobby on the R & B but kept the jazz. My best to your family, memories of your mom and much more. Joe, La Jolla, California.
May 24, 2015
Foi uma perda irreparável , eu amava vê lo cantar , sou é sempre serei sua fã incondicional !
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