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This is where writer Bill Murphy posts his interviews with the Crims, and other prog luminaries. It's a book in serial form -- that you become part of!

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Postby Dan Anderson on Tue Jan 03, 2006 3:55 am

A major thanks to you, Bill. Keep the interviews coming.

Yours,
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Postby uncle_jonas on Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:59 am

i truly think that bill coming to this forum with his big pile of interviews is the best thing that could happen to this forum. again, thanks bill.
and now, going to the facts, who's next???? i want jamie's interview, or maybe Mel Collins or the McDonald interview (did that come with fries?) oh, i mean not the ronald one, but the ian's....
(en castellano, y de argentina eso se diria me colgue...) anyway, at this hour, thinking (and in english) gets very hard for me, so the stupid stuff comes out
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Postby LTinAspic on Wed Jan 04, 2006 2:43 am

Dan Anderson wrote:A major thanks to you, Bill. Keep the interviews coming.

Yours,
Dan Anderson


Thanks Dan. I'll do that!

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Postby LTinAspic on Wed Jan 04, 2006 2:47 am

uncle_jonas wrote:i truly think that bill coming to this forum with his big pile of interviews is the best thing that could happen to this forum. again, thanks bill.
and now, going to the facts, who's next???? i want jamie's interview, or maybe Mel Collins or the McDonald interview (did that come with fries?) oh, i mean not the ronald one, but the ian's....
(en castellano, y de argentina eso se diria me colgue...) anyway, at this hour, thinking (and in english) gets very hard for me, so the stupid stuff comes out


Gracias, U.J.

Because I spent hours and hours and hours with Ian McDonald, I have lots of great interviews to share with him. The one I'll post first is the track-by-track analysis of <i>In the Court of the Crimson King</i>. Ian and I sat in his apartment in New York with ITCCK playing quietly in the background while Ian spoke into my tape recorder his recollections about making that groundbreaking album. Great info!

But my next interview will be Jamie Muir. Watch for it!

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Postby Dog_none on Wed Jan 04, 2006 3:39 am

LTinAspic wrote:Ian and I sat in his apartment in New York with ITCCK playing quietly in the background while Ian spoke into my tape recorder his recollections about making that groundbreaking album. Great info!


I know I already said I don't really care what order you post them, but I changed my mind. I vote for this one.
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Postby Dan Anderson on Wed Jan 04, 2006 4:26 am

Hey Bill,

How close is Grand Rapids to either Detroit or Alma? I'll be in the area the weekend of the 21st of January.

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Postby Indyrod on Sun Jan 22, 2006 8:11 pm

Bill, I vote for David Cross next, if you have an interview of him. I forget right now, all the different interviews you have. thanks...

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Already answered my own question, you do have interviews with David Cross, and I hope you share that soon. :D
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Postby LTinAspic on Sun Jan 22, 2006 10:22 pm

Indyrod wrote:Bill, I vote for David Cross next, if you have an interview of him. I forget right now, all the different interviews you have. thanks...

EDIT:
Already answered my own question, you do have interviews with David Cross, and I hope you share that soon. :D



How many people would like to read the David Cross interview next?

I'm dying to post a bunch of Ian M., too. I talked to him for days and days.

And then there's more Bruford.

And Mike Giles.

And John Wetton.

But I think I'd like to hear David Cross.

What do you guys want to read next (after I finish Jamie Muir)?

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Postby highlythrakked on Sun Jan 22, 2006 10:31 pm

You're just wrong torturing us like this! :P
We want them all, and we want them now!! :wink:
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