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    RIP Gerry Rafferty

    Gerry Rafferty dies aged 63Source: Guardian
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    Next cruises: Celebrity Eclipse (May 2015)
    Past 6 years: Independence of the Seas (x3), Queen Mary 2 (x7), Celebrity Eclipse (x2), NCL Norwegian Jade, P&O Aurora (2), NCL Getaway
    Ship Visits: MSC Opera, HAL Ryndam, Royal Princess, MSC Magnifica

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    Baker Street

    I loved Baker Street. It always reminds me of the first all night party that I went to with all my friends. It was in Edinburgh where a schoolmate was at university and it was full of hip and trendy people and we were like country cousins come to town. Gerry Rafferty was played all night as was Heathcliffe, by Kate Bush which was out at the same time. Poor Gerry.
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    shaken, not purred

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      #3
      Sad - I love "Baker Street" too. (And Pete Postlethwaite, actor, died on Monday at the age of 64).
      See my cruise blog: HERE

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        #4
        Sad news Baker street was out at the time my OH proposed and still playing when we got married 6 months later,

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          #5
          Very sad. Loved his music.

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            #6
            You just hear that saxophone, iconic song,and my Dad used to say that music will never last,how wrong he was

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              #7
              great tribute and biography
              good work

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                #8
                What a sad life he led.

                His music will live on however-especially Baker Street.
                Jill

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                  #9
                  i love this guy and goodbye Gerry Rafferty

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