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Posted: April 14 2003, 19:22

LOL @ Olivier. :)

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Posted: July 12 2003, 06:33

So, did anybody buy the magazine? What was said in the interview?

/ Johan
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Posted: July 12 2003, 16:30

I haven´t seen anything on the 20th Century Guitar Magazine Website yet...
20th Century Guitar
or also on Robert´s website...
Music Web Express 3000

On the last website,check out an interview with Steve Hackett and see what he said about Mike.


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Posted: July 13 2003, 04:47

Cool! Thanx!!
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Posted: July 14 2003, 12:51

For those of you who don't want to wade through Steve Hackett's interview, here's what he said about Mike..

"SH: I think of Mike as an all around-er. I think of him as a musician...guitar is one of the things he does. (Steve’s manager Billy Budis enters the room) I loved his early work with his sister called Sally Angie".

:D


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Posted: July 14 2003, 15:10

well mine might be a bit offending and maybe quite curious :)
but I will give you a few :)

- do you have the same feeling about TB 2003 as some of your fans? That it doesn't have the spirit of original TB 73? though it's technically excellent?

- do you watch your fans efforts? like these on tubular.net?

- if yes to that question above, would you like to co-work with a fan of yours?

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[Edit] God Damn IT IT'S TOOOOOOOOOOOO LATE :(


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Posted: July 14 2003, 21:30

Quote (timshen @ July 14 2003, 15:51)
For those of you who don't want to wade through Steve Hackett's interview, here's what he said about Mike..

"SH: I think of Mike as an all around-er. I think of him as a musician...guitar is one of the things he does. (Steve’s manager Billy Budis enters the room) I loved his early work with his sister called Sally Angie".

:D

And Sally did appeared on Hackett´s Voayge of The Acolyte album way back in 75.

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