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Mark - 224
(nat-bib.esbkomm.dk)


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Christian Kühn
  LIVE AND LET DIE Score Crew   Monday, July 17, 2006 (2:56 a.m.) 

Those are the only information aivalable

Original score composed, orchestrated, conducted and produced by George Martin

Music recorded at Air Studios, London
Recording engineer: Geoffrey Emerick

"Live and Let Die - Title Song"
Performed by Paul McCartney & Wings
Written by Paul & Linda McCartney
Produced by George Martin
Orchestra arranged and conducted by George Martin



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Christian Kühn
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Mark - 224

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mark - 224
  Re: LIVE AND LET DIE Score Crew   Monday, July 17, 2006 (4:20 a.m.) 

Well, I am gonna be a bit harsh about this, but you had it coming to you a long time, "Mark".

What the do you want? First your unexplicable and tasteless remarks in connection with Michael Kamen's death three years ago, then your oh-so-wonderful but sadly non-existing database, then your pointless posts about some score's crew, instrumentalists or recording equipment. Is there a point to any of this? Why post information (like the one above), which can probably be gathered from the CDs booklet or a website, when nobody is asking for it? What is the point to these MIDI files from Bond scores that you write about, but don't link to, and that obviously nobody has any remote interest in? Are you composing? Are you a writer?

And yet you wonder that people keep making fun of you?! Or simply ignore you?

I am not sure if you can understand what I am aiming at here, but in any case, either start contributing in an intelligent fashion here (that includes participating in discussions) or leave us in peace.

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mark - 224
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Christian Kühn

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Admiral Hull
  Re: LIVE AND LET DIE Score Crew   Monday, July 17, 2006 (7:43 a.m.) 

well that really bothers me but here are my reply - not in order (i believe)

ehmm if you want to hear those MIDI-file just e-mail me - we cannot all be so high-tech that we know how to make link

and about michael kamen's death - what i said about morricone i take that back - it was a statement that should not have been stated.

and about that database - it is still there even though i do not make advertisement for it - and yes i ignore people - we can all be that perfect and loonies (and freaks) are also allowed in this world

and if you want my profession: musicians (flute) - but i do like composing and writing (not writing music) from time to time

and... i think it is a bit serious - the are not that many informations aivaleble on the LIVE AND LET DIE credits - i have reseached those information in two years now becaurse i like to see who has been involved in the scorework and what i have found out i like to share with other people

And i do have some serous thing here - maybe not hear but others places on this site

well i hope that answers some of your qustions

see ya
mark

just ignore the incorrect spellings and the bad grammar

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Admiral Hull
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mark - 224
Mark - 224
  Re: LIVE AND LET DIE Score Crew   Monday, July 17, 2006 (2:52 p.m.) 

> well that really bothers me but here is my reply - not in order (I
> believe)

> ehmm if you want to hear those MIDI-file just email me - we cannot all be
> so high-tech that we know how to make link

There's a slot a little further down the page that lets you copy and past a link in it. If you can't copy and paste, well, you shouldn't be on the internet let alone be using a computer.

> and about michael kamen's death - what I said about morricone I take that
> back - it was a statement that should not have been stated.

Very respectable of you.

> and about that database - it is still there even though I do not make
> advertisement for it - and yes I ignore people - we can all be that
> perfect and loonies (and freaks) are also allowed in this world

> and if you want my profession: musician (flute) - but I do like composing
> and writing (not writing music) from time to time

Well that explains it; flute players are always weird (they're right in there with bassoonists)! As for composing --- go for it!

> and... I think it is a bit serious - the is not that much information
> available on the LIVE AND LET DIE credits - I have researched that
> information for two years now because I like to see who has been involved
> in the score work and what I have found out I like to share with other
> people

> And I do have some serous things here - maybe not here but others places on
> this site

> well I hope that answers some of your questions

> see ya
mark

> just ignore the incorrect spellings and the bad grammar

Oops, I already went through and corrected everything.

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mark - 224
(nat-bib.esbkomm.dk)

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Admiral Hull
  Re: LIVE AND LET DIE Score Crew   Tuesday, July 18, 2006 (6:16 a.m.) 

hi - i have not loaded the files up to some page - i just have them on my com - so i do not know if they can be linked to there - i do not use the net that much.

but if there is a place where i can load them up i will do that

BUT i can try if i can get something to work

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Mark - 224
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Mark - 224
  Re: LIVE AND LET DIE Score Crew   Tuesday, July 18, 2006 (6:38 a.m.) 

well this is a test - i have triede to see if the link are working

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Mark - 224
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Admiral Hull
  sorry it does not work *NM*   Tuesday, July 18, 2006 (6:39 a.m.) 



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Admiral Hull
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C. Hook
  Re: sorry it does not work   Tuesday, July 18, 2006 (1:21 p.m.) 

Oh well... shows what I know. I wonder what went wrong.

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C. Hook
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Admiral Hull
  The internet is not a big truck, dammit! *NM*   Tuesday, July 18, 2006 (2:39 p.m.) 



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Admiral Hull
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C. Hook

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C. Hook
  Re: The internet is not a big truck, dammit!   Monday, July 24, 2006 (4:54 p.m.) 

You're right --- it's a cargo plane.

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C. Hook
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Admiral Hull
  It's a series of tubes! *NM* *NM*   Monday, July 24, 2006 (10:46 p.m.) 



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