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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    Edit: Gottverdammter! Did I really just post the exact same thing about the B-52's that I did two and a half years ago?! I really need to start reading these things more carefully before posting.
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    Two pages and no mention of Ronnie Spector. For shame.rs13_copy1.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    And no musician hair discussion is complete without discussing Neal Schon's late 70's afro:
    That's not even the biggest it got.

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    re: Neal Schon's afro

    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    That's not even the biggest it got.
    Yeah, I was trying to find a better photo, but I seemed to have trouble getting access to the "right click" menu on other photos. The better pictures seem to be on commerce sites, and I think at least one of them is set up you can't right click (I guess so you can't just save the picture as it appears on the site).

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    If we're counting white-boy afros, I've always been partial to Steppenwolf's Goldy McJohn.


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    If we're counting white-boy afros, I've always been partial to Steppenwolf's Goldy McJohn.
    Sib Hashian of Boston is the ultimate here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    Edit: Gottverdammter! Did I really just post the exact same thing about the B-52's that I did two and a half years ago?! I really need to start reading these things more carefully before posting.
    Me too, I nearly reposted the Shades of Deep Purple cover, before thinking "oh, someone's beaten me to it", and then realised it was my post anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Progbear View Post
    Sib Hashian of Boston is the ultimate here:
    I forgot about Sib. A little more prog-appropriate: I believe Richard Pinhas had some pretty amazing hair during the 70's too:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Progbear View Post
    Not music-related, but it reminds me of the story of Mollie Sugden having her own hair dyed and styled for the pilot episode of Are You Being Served?...only to learn that the episode went out in black-and-white. She used wigs for the balance of the series. (Also, in an “Aluminum Christmas Trees” moment, I learned that it was the actual fashion for women in England of the 40s and 50s to dye their hair garish colors not found in nature, thanks to this guy.)
    Music related, I think I remember Mariska Veres (Shocking Blue) wore a wig, which was troublesome when people wanted to clip some of her hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post


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    Looks like he was auditioning for Dr. Who.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Looks like he was auditioning for Dr. Who.
    I think I used to pull a lot of him out of my lawn in the summer. Back when I had a lawn.

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    I dunno, I think I'd still give it to Richard Pinhas. I can only imagine what kind of maintenance it takes to keep a head of hair like that looking good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Progbear View Post
    They even wrote a song about it:



    Also: I can’t imagine any human being actually having their hair like Cindy Wilson did in the “Song for a Future Generation” video. Can hair even do that?

    Not music-related, but it reminds me of the story of Mollie Sugden having her own hair dyed and styled for the pilot episode of Are You Being Served?...only to learn that the episode went out in black-and-white. She used wigs for the balance of the series. (Also, in an “Aluminum Christmas Trees” moment, I learned that it was the actual fashion for women in England of the 40s and 50s to dye their hair garish colors not found in nature, thanks to this guy.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    I forgot about Sib. A little more prog-appropriate: I believe Richard Pinhas had some pretty amazing hair during the 70's too:

    afro2.jpg
    Definitely !
    and NOT a wig
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