Sorry, but I guess its on the news everywhere.
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He was one of the greatest guitarists. His music has been used in FS, too-. R.I.P.
In skating terms, he wrote and played the piece "Parisienne Walkways" AKA, Lang and Tchernasyhev's 2002 FD
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Brian Orser skated to "Still Got the Blues" as well as Diana Poth, Scott Davis, and Krylova & Ovsiannikov.
Looks like Petrinko skated to Parisienne Walkways too.
^^ props to poths!
Lang & Tchernyshev skated to Gary Moore's Parisienne Walkways at the 2002 Olympics.
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Loved Still Got the Blues, hated Parisian Walkaways. He was still quite young, it's sad
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Rest in peace, (((Gary))). I'm gonna miss him and his guitar playing.
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I can't believe this. Such a great guitarist. RIP
His version of Shapes of Things was
He influenced a lot of my favorite guitarists, such as Steve Clark of Def Leppard. I'd like to think they're sitting on a cloud somewhere, writing awesome riffs.
eta: Just read the article. His song with Phil Lynott, Out in the Fields, is as well.