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    Rest in peace Mr. Clark. I've always enjoyed your God-given talents. I lived in Tulsa for many years but never saw him locally. I have driven by his house many times.
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    WOW! This is sad news indeed! I was not aware he was having health issues. Back when I was young guy, about 16, I tried to learn how to play a guitar like him; after 10 years of trying, I gave it up and moved on. I still have several of his albums; the one I like the most was him and Chet Atkins. Two of the best guitarist in the world.

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    He will be missed. One of the best.

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    My wife and I got to see Roy Clark live when he performed at the New Mexico State Fair in the mid 1970s. He wore a purple suit with purple cap, called himself the Purple Grape throughout the performance. He was one of the most enjoyable live acts we have ever seen. You are missed, Mr. Clark.

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    Prayers for Roy.....................
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    He was prob'ly the best slide guitar player ever. I remember watching him on a tv show years ago, he was playing slide but he kept switching objects for slides. He started with a spoon, then switched to a glass, then a ring, a watch, a pen, etc......the man was an amazing talent.
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    R.I.P.Roy Clark.

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    I had to post this video. We didn't have a video of Roy.

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    One more. He's a crazy man with a guitar.

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    This thread wouldn't be complete without the song that he's so famous for.....


    Though Roy recorded this song in 1969, he didn't write it. It is actually a loosely translated version (lyrically) of a French song titled "Hier Encore", which directly translates to "Yesterday Again" in English. Still, he made it his own and though I've seen him perform this song many times over the years on various tv shows, I believe this is by far his best and IIRC, his earliest taped performance of the song.
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