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Jon Lord

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I feel as if I have lost a family member even though I never knew Jon personally. I grew up on his music.

My Dear Jon Lord. It is almost four years You leave oss. Today is like when was yesterday You was which oss. Nothing is changing except pain because You are gone. Almost every day I looking You playing hamond on my pc. I miss you very much. I can't believe that you will never again show up your self on stage. Rest in peace.

Maestro descanse en paz

Jon has influenced and inspired many musicians and music fans. His sound and his kind to play his Hammond were fantastic, unique and full spirit. He was for me the father of the classical rock music and my ideal. I thank Jon for his wonderful and timeless music and for his great live concerts where I could see him. He did alltimes an excellent job and he was always friendly ad full of enthusiasm.
The great master has gone. I will take his music into my own grave.
Rest in Peace,...

A gentlemen,a friend,a genius of music. The best bloody organist ever. Thank you Jon.i can see you sitting with Ludwig,all your peers composing one hellava piece of music.

Thanks for showing us your skills and your knowledge of music, you created the best melodies of all the history. RIP, Sir Jon Lord.

-Jose Matute(Venezuela).

Best keyboardist ever!
Jon, thanks for the tunes you brought to us!
I had th chance to attend your concert on 21st of November 2010 - it was overwhelming!!

God luck for your where ever you are now ...

Al maestro Sir Jon Lord genio musical
From México

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LONDON British rocker Jon Lord, the keyboardist whose powerful, driving tones helped turn Deep Purple and Whitesnake into two of the most popular hard rock acts in a generation, died Monday. He was 71. A statement on Mr. Lord's official website said the Leicester, England-born musician...

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