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• Posted by mark - 224
• Date: Monday, July 17, 2006, at 7:43 a.m.
• IP Address: nat-bib.esbkomm.dk
• In Response to: Re: LIVE AND LET DIE Score Crew (Christian Kühn)


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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