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RE: (TV) Richard From The Tombs

A very sad day, and a terrible coincidence for David Thomas.

No minute of silence for Ken, though. He deserves a minute (better, a
thousand minutes) of music for his hard work in making Northern Ohio musical
visions become real and sound great.

A "regional" success? Yes, but he could hold his own against most of the
elite rock & roll engineers of his day on both coasts. He was a Clevelander,
a workhorse, and therefore no snob--he gave his utmost to every artist, no
matter what their musical style--a musical agnostic, and a total

We'll all miss him. RIP, Ken.

-Jim K.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: tv-owner@obbard.com [mailto:tv-owner@obbard.com]On Behalf Of
> Maurice Rickard
> Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 4:46 PM
> To: tv@obbard.com
> Subject: Re: (TV) Richard From The Tombs
> In somewhat related news, it appears that longtime Ubu (and other
> great acts) engineer Ken Hamann passed away last month, at the age of
> 74:
> http://www.cleveland.com/news/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/news/104
> 245381889930.xml
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