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Bob Brozman (New York, 8 marzo 1954 – Ben Lomond, 23 aprile 2013) è stato un chitarrista e musicista statunitense. Ha registrato oltre 30 album ed ha vinto per due anni di seguito il premio della rivista Guitar Player sia nella categoria blues che in quella della slide guitar. Nel 1999 è stato co-fondatore degli International Guitar Seminars, che ospitano annualmente oltre 120 studenti nelle sedi di California, New York e Canada. Dal 2000 al 2005 le sue collaborazioni musicali si… ulteriori informazioni

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  • I just now learned of his death over a year ago and had no idea. I am very saddened by this. Apparently, complications from a serious car crash in 1980 left him unable to play guitar during the last year or so of his life.
  • Just discovered this guy. Absolutely amazed about him. And then, just as I was about to look if he was giving a show in my country, I discoverd he commited suicide just a couple of weeks a go. RIP.
  • Just found out he passed. Unbelievable. A true musical genius!
  • Resquiescat in Pace, Bob. You gave so many the gift of your vision and genius.
  • R.I.P.
  • R.I.P. ...
  • Bob pops up in mixes by selectors including DJ Lame, Dot.AY, USA Kings, Yair Yona and Anonymeye at the Micronations blog - http://unitedmicronations.tumblr.com - check it out!
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  • sono stato ad un suo concerto l'altro ieri sera.. pazzesco!!! grande bob, torna presto in Toscana!
  • I Was Trying to Describe You to Someone by Richard Brautigan I finally ended up describing you as a movie I saw when I was a child in Tacoma Washington. I guess I saw it in 1941 or 42, somewhere in there. I think I was seven, or eight, or six. The movie showed electricity like a young Greek god, coming to the farmer to take away forever the dark ways of his life. Suddenly, the farmer had electric lights to see by when he milked his cows in the early black winter mornings. The family got to listen to the radio & have a toaster and lots of bright lights to sew dresses and read the newspaper by. It was really a fantastic movie and excited me like listening to the Star Spangled Banner, or seeing photographs of Roosevelt, or hearing him on the radio "... the President of the United States... " I wanted electricity to go everywhere in the world. I wanted all the farmers in the world to be able to listen to Roosevelt on the radio.... And that's how you look to me.

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