ibhave tried the last few days to get to his page and it seems to have disappeared. Anyone have any info on it??
Thanks for providing the link. I have spent the better part of this morning checking it out. I like his layout and his summations of each album are very good. Sorry to hear he is in poor health.
Wow, that's honestly a real profound piece of thinking there..Incidentally what's interesting is that David mentioned it had been so long since he had even gone in to the website that it felt like an entirely different lifetime ago. That's the irony of social media and the internet - we see something that has just as much "life" in it as it did 20 years ago even though the creator may not have any real attachment to it any longer. Same is often the case with recording artists and actors. Intellectual property doesn't age... people do
I remember when I was at university back in the mid 1990s sending Rocky a word for word transcript of the BBC Radio 2 documentary commemorating the 10th Anniversary of Karen’s passing. He hosted them on his site in “episodes”. It’s a shame the site is no longer available.Another good one (Rocky's site or something like that) used to have all the fanclub letters on it, but it ended up getting infested with malware and has been absent for some years now.
Agreed! I’ve learnt a lot from chatting to people on here and reading some of the older posts.Given that there's no official online presence, it leaves a bit of a gap in the online knowledge market. This site is probably the most comprehensive of what's still online!
That’s a shame. I’d have enjoyed reading through the old fanclub letters.Another good one (Rocky's site or something like that) used to have all the fanclub letters on it, but it ended up getting infested with malware and has been absent for some years now.