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George Duke (AP Photo / Keystone, Jean-Christophe Bott, File)
George Duke (AP Photo / Keystone, Jean-Christophe Bott, File)

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October 23, 2014 "Memory lane ....takes us back to an AMAZING little boy...who asked his mother..."for one of those...soon he mastered of of those PIANOS" and other INSTRUMENTS too. As time went by GEORGE DUKE took many of his dreams full of music ... to other PHENOMENAL levels.
THANK YOU ...GEORGE DUKE for sweet memories..REST IN you join your precious wife CORINE.
Prayers of comfort and peace of mind are sent to his family and friends. Rosagene Owens Nabors and family" - Rosagene Nabors (Southampton, NJ)
September 06, 2014 "Just trippin on the memories ...
Thank you George for being part of the soundtrack of my life. Rest in peace." - Dianne Richardson (Malden, MA)
May 30, 2014 "You took me in and taught me responsibility to family, to work hard and never quit, to be humble when praised for a good job, you showed me how be kind in the face of ignorance and cruelty, that friends are family, and music connects the hearts and minds of people all over the world. Until we see each other again Pops." - John Shiffer (Hollywood, CA)
May 01, 2014 "I discovered George on the Over Night Sensation Album of Frank Zappa in 74'. From that point on, I seek out his music like a bloodhound. After joing the Military, I was in a record shop in Germany, and discovered FEEL. When I came back home to Dallas, George and Billy Cobham had collaborarated On Live in Euorpe which I caught the Live show at The Agora Ballroom. When I heard he and Al Jarreau were playting the Dallas Convention Center in 2005 along with Rochelle Farrell, we danced in the isles while George played Dukey Stick on that keyboard that looks like a guitar. Rashid, I love that song also your father named for you, off of the Feel CD. He was a happy loving music man, who brings me still hours of listening joy. Thank God he created George Duke, for George was such a genius creator himself!
Reuben" - Reuben Proctor (Mesquite, TX)
April 30, 2014 "Thank you for giving us your beautiful music to caress our hearts. No Rhyme, No Reason was my favorite song. I will always remember you. May the Duke family find comfort in the words of Jesus Christ who loves us all." - Nazarene Mckinney (Macclenny, FL)
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NEW YORK (AP) — A representative says Grammy-winning jazz keyboardist and producer George Duke, whose sound infused acoustic jazz, electronic jazz,...
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