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Nash The Slash R.I.P. (26 Mar 1948 - 11 May 2014)

Postby Sensoria » Thu May 15, 2014 10:11 am

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Re: Nash The Slash R.I.P. (26 Mar 1948 - 11 May 2014)

Postby Jefe » Fri May 16, 2014 3:38 am

Interesting article. Sad his life was cut short. I saw him open for Gary Numan in 1979. The show this man performed in costume with a stack of synthesizers, an electric violin, and an electric mandolin was not to be missed.
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Re: Nash The Slash R.I.P. (26 Mar 1948 - 11 May 2014)

Postby djcraig » Mon May 19, 2014 10:34 am

Jefe wrote:Interesting article. Sad his life was cut short. I saw him open for Gary Numan in 1979. The show this man performed in costume with a stack of synthesizers, an electric violin, and an electric mandolin was not to be missed.


And let's not forget the finale when he powered up a jigsaw and used it to carve his instruments up while they were still plugged in, Now THAT was music!
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Re: Nash The Slash R.I.P. (26 Mar 1948 - 11 May 2014)

Postby geoffolehane » Thu Jul 10, 2014 5:25 pm

Too bad. Seems to me I there was a Trouser Press Flexi disk with a Nash song and I have all of those.
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