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Radiohead pay tribute to former collaborator
Source: nme.com
Posted on: April 29, 2008 07:57 MST
Filed under: Rock

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Radiohead have paid tribute to the late Humphrey Lyttelton, who they collaborated with at the start of the century.

The host of Radio 4's 'Sorry I Haven't A Clue', who played on the band's 2001's track 'Life In A Glasshouse', was admitted to hospital last week for surgery to repair an aortic aneurysm. He died after complications. He was 86.

On the Radiohead website the band wrote: "We were all sorry to hear of Humphrey Lyttleton 's death - he was an inspiring person to record with, and without his direction, we'd never have recorded/released 'Life in a Glasshouse'.

"So go and find 'Bad Penny Blues', and celebrate his life with some hot jazz......"

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