If you have come to this page it is not by accident, it is because you were in some way touched by knowing Dack.
You may be his immediate much loved family, one time or long-time lover, extended family, long-time friend, a musician who played with him, workmate, or simply knew him through his music (150,000 video views on his YouTube channel, someone was listening!)
..Whatever the case, he left us all a legacy, he was a wordsmith of exceptional talent. In his writing he expressed his politics, frustration, anger and hurt, but most overwhelmingly, his absolute passion for life and his love.
He did not describe himself as the perfect man who always did the right thing, he said it how he saw and felt it. If you met him, you could not ignore him, loved or liked by each of us, handsome intelligent and unforgettable. Here on this page are some of his days of glory, once again, center stage where he always belonged..........
Dack 1980ish possibly in Graeme's room Lancaster Rd - from Nick G
More photos below..
The crematorium service was held at the West London crematorium (In Kensal Green cemetery grounds) on Monday 25th February at 9.30am
And a Wake was held for all of Dacks family and friends At The Mau Mau bar in Portobello Road that afternoon, where songs were played and much love was shared..
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Dack and Bess Androids of Mu in Holland, 1980
Dack, Stoke, circa 1965
|Performing at the Inn on the Green 2010 - We miss you, love Dave and Tina xx|
|Dack and Gem, Portobello, 1977|
|Neals Yard Clock|
|Dack on stage at Meanwhile Gardens, early 1980's|
|Dack on a mountain top|
|Dack and fellows at the Stageflight club, London, November, 2010 - photos from Sarah McD.|
|Dack and Brady, April, 2011 - also from Sarah McD.|
|Dack - from Stewart|