yeah me too, did you guys se the warped tour video for him?
how long has he been ill
"I think both me and Morrissey are about as proud as anyone can be about those records. I'm proud of everything the band did, and I'm proud of the relationship, and I'm proud of the friendship. I don't have any feud going on. I support what Andy's doing, and I don't know what Morrissey's doing but I'm behind it." - Johnny Marr, 2013.
The moment she chose to post how much she hated his work, the thread was titled something like "Is Jerry Finn Dead?" and we weren't sure if he was in dire condition at the hospital or if he actually had just died at the hospital. Very cold.
Steely brown eyes, with no love in them, scan the forum. And a humorless smile, with no warmth within, greets the forum.
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I'm just a boy with a heart full of love
Get well soon- Quarry was one of Moz's best albums & very well produced! I'm sure the new album will be too.....
There was a documentary about his process of recovery on BBC a few months ago. I think that the first 2 years it was very slow, frustrating and so on with speech and movement but it seems that this year things have got better for him - didn't he do a set at Glastonbury or another of the festivals this summer?
Anyway, I'd also like to wish Jerry Finn all the best. I think YATQ is a fine piece of work and am confident YOR will be too.
Hopefully, Jerry will come back to produce many more recordings again in the future - for Moz and many others.
Give us a drink - and make it quick!
My brother died of exactly the same illness aged 21 (I was 17) in 1980. He was admitted on a Wednesday and by Sunday evening the doctors recommended to my parents that the life support machine was turned off. I was amazed Jerry lasted as long as he did, must have been fighting to remain with us - a brave battle.
I'll put on 'You Are The Quarry' tonight as a tribute.
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