Thursday, September 17, 2009

A Tough Day for Lovers of the 60s

We lost two gentle, talented souls this week: Mary Travers, with her marvelous clear voice, and Henry Gibson, he of the impish expression and great comic timing. I grew up listening to Peter, Paul, and Mary and loving their songs. I remember first seeing Henry Gibson in The Blues Brothers (as the Illinois Nazi), and then later discovered "Laugh-In" repeats and just ate him up.


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