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REACTIONS: Said SXSW creative director Brent Gulke in an email: "Alex Chilton always messed with your head, charming and amazing you while doing so. His gift for melody was second to none, yet he frequently seemed in disdain of that gift." Observed Van Duren, a fellow Memphis musician who’d known Alex for decades: "When some people pass, you say it was the end of an era. In this case, it's really true. It puts an end to the Big Star thing, and that's a very sad thing." In one of many comments on rollingstone.com, Fran Kowalski wrote, “I had the pleasure and privilege of being in Alex’s band for about a year and I have moments from that time that are among the most special in my life. Alex taught me a lot about music, arranging, sound and although he might not like me saying this, was a much nicer guy than he would have you believe. He was brilliant, but he made it sound so simple that many people missed it, and I suspect he was OK with that, in a weird kind of way.” (3/18a)

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