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Marianne Faithfull

Twentieth Century Blues - An Evening In The Weimar Republic
Twentieth Century Blues - An Evening In The Weimar Republic
During her tour to promote her album Twentieth Century Blues, Marianne Faithfull performed Harry Nilsson's "Don't Forget Me".

Before singing the song, she told a tall tale. She said that Harry died having root canal work after his "teeth fucked up, which is the first thing that happens when you stop drinking and taking drugs"; then, right before the Northridge Earthquake hit, his body was moved to an L.A. funeral parlor, where he "fell down a crack in a chasm so deep he was never seen again. True story."

Of course, there is no truth to her story.

Visitor Comments:

 Tonto Yoder (May 6, 2006)
I'm watching the DVD "Marianne Faithfull Sings Kurt Weill" (1997) in which she tells the same story. I'm NOT very knowledgeable about Nilsson, so I was almost ready to believe her tale.
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