Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Post by Aleet » Mon, 14 Jul 2003 02:08:42


Fabulous Uncle Gus, great song, great artist. We have lost so many greats these past two years that it's almost scary. They are
always under so much pressure as well.

Also loved your virtual drawing post, it looks so professional.;o))

AJ






Singer Barry White Dies at 58

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July 4, 2003 In the deep-deep-baritone, baby-baby-baby world of Barry White, love was always unlimited -- probably because the
Grammy-winning R&B crooner was always generating some with his mood-making hits like "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe" and
"You're the First, the Last, My Everything." White, who had been hospitalized for kidney failure since September and suffered a
stroke in June, died Friday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to his manager Ned Shankman. He was 58.
Since arriving on the scene in 1973 with his debut hit "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit More," White's music was always about
one thing, earning him the nickname of "The Love Man" and the gratitude of millions of men who used the singer's ultra-smooth lines
to express themselves to the ones they loved -- or wanted to love

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Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Post by Anni » Mon, 14 Jul 2003 02:16:11

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Beautiful song Uncle Gus......he sure was a great singer :)

Hugs,
Annie
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Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Post by Ed Sander » Mon, 14 Jul 2003 04:19:29

Great tribute Uncle Gus, and I love the sparklie effect. What a loss for
all of us...
Cheers and thanks,
Ed








Singer Barry White Dies at 58

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July 4, 2003 In the deep-deep-baritone, baby-baby-baby world of Barry White,
love was always unlimited -- probably because the Grammy-winning R&B crooner
was always generating some with his mood-making hits like "Can't Get Enough
of Your Love, Babe" and "You're the First, the Last, My Everything." White,
who had been hospitalized for kidney failure since September and suffered a
stroke in June, died Friday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los
Angeles, according to his manager Ned Shankman. He was 58. Since arriving on
the scene in 1973 with his debut hit "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit
More," White's music was always about one thing, earning him the nickname of
"The Love Man" and the gratitude of millions of men who used the singer's
ultra-smooth lines to express themselves to the ones they loved -- or wanted
to love

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Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Post by Suzy » Mon, 14 Jul 2003 06:25:14

Great hommage Gus
Unfortunately, all over the world, organ donors are much too few to help other people not to die.
In France, there's a new law : You must declare, and always have the testimony with you, that YOU WON'T ALLOW ANYONE to take any of
your organs, and so, it stops the doctor from having to ask a distressed family about it
First organs I donated were my eyes, when I was 20 years old. I was told they would help two persons recover some vision. I just
start needing glasses to read late at night and I'm 54.
If everyone helps, we could save so many many people!
Suzy









Singer Barry White Dies at 58



July 4, 2003 In the deep-deep-baritone, baby-baby-baby world of Barry White, love was always unlimited -- probably because the
Grammy-winning R&B crooner was always generating some with his mood-making hits like "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe" and
"You're the First, the Last, My Everything." White, who had been hospitalized for kidney failure since September and suffered a
stroke in June, died Friday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to his manager Ned Shankman. He was 58.
Since arriving on the scene in 1973 with his debut hit "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit More," White's music was always about
one thing, earning him the nickname of "The Love Man" and the gratitude of millions of men who used the singer's ultra-smooth lines
to express themselves to the ones they loved -- or wanted to love
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Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Post by Yasmi » Mon, 14 Jul 2003 08:36:48

Hi Gus,

Great tribute to a wonderful singer.

Hugs,

Yas
"Uncle Gus" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > escreveu na mensagem






Singer Barry White Dies at 58

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July 4, 2003 In the deep-deep-baritone, baby-baby-baby world of Barry White,
love was always unlimited -- probably because the Grammy-winning R&B crooner
was always generating some with his mood-making hits like "Can't Get Enough
of Your Love, Babe" and "You're the First, the Last, My Everything." White,
who had been hospitalized for kidney failure since September and suffered a
stroke in June, died Friday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los
Angeles, according to his manager Ned Shankman. He was 58. Since arriving on
the scene in 1973 with his debut hit "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit
More," White's music was always about one thing, earning him the nickname of
"The Love Man" and the gratitude of millions of men who used the singer's
ultra-smooth lines to express themselves to the ones they loved -- or wanted
to love

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Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Post by Liz » Mon, 14 Jul 2003 08:41:20

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Beautiful Post as always, Gus!
I really enjoyed Barry White's music and we'll all miss him.

Liz
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Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Post by Cynthi » Mon, 14 Jul 2003 22:07:44

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he had a good sounding music. When I worked in Boston in a photo lab, the gal next door to me had all his albums on tape and played them constantly. I believe the group was called THE LOVE UNLIMITED ORCHESTRA and they had a lush sound! Some nice stuff from this man.

Cynthia
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Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Post by Donald Ana » Tue, 15 Jul 2003 02:54:14

Thanks for sharing Gus, he was one of the greats.

Don








Singer Barry White Dies at 58

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July 4, 2003 In the deep-deep-baritone, baby-baby-baby world of Barry White, love was always unlimited -- probably because the
Grammy-winning R&B crooner was always generating some with his mood-making hits like "Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe" and
"You're the First, the Last, My Everything." White, who had been hospitalized for kidney failure since September and suffered a
stroke in June, died Friday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to his manager Ned Shankman. He was 58.
Since arriving on the scene in 1973 with his debut hit "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit More," White's music was always about
one thing, earning him the nickname of "The Love Man" and the gratitude of millions of men who used the singer's ultra-smooth lines
to express themselves to the ones they loved -- or wanted to love

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Barry White ~ Sept.12, 1944 to July 4, 2003

Post by roadrunne » Tue, 15 Jul 2003 19:57:40

he was sooooooooooo very very great in his expressions...I always loved
listening to his outstanding voice...thanks for this tribut...I was very sad
to know that he died by getting not too old.
evi
"Uncle Gus" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > schrieb im Newsbeitrag






Singer Barry White Dies at 58



July 4, 2003 In the deep-deep-baritone, baby-baby-baby world of Barry White,
love was always unlimited -- probably because the Grammy-winning R&B crooner
was always generating some with his mood-making hits like "Can't Get Enough
of Your Love, Babe" and "You're the First, the Last, My Everything." White,
who had been hospitalized for kidney failure since September and suffered a
stroke in June, died Friday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los
Angeles, according to his manager Ned Shankman. He was 58. Since arriving on
the scene in 1973 with his debut hit "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit
More," White's music was always about one thing, earning him the nickname of
"The Love Man" and the gratitude of millions of men who used the singer's
ultra-smooth lines to express themselves to the ones they loved -- or wanted
to love
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