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I need a DVD with the Nomansland album Maybe no such thing exists... Someone plz enlighten me if there is

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'Amorata' is the closest you'll get. Both recorded in Poland, J.Mitchell instead of Kinky on DVD.
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'Amorata' is the closest you'll get. Both recorded in Poland, J.Mitchell instead of Kinky on DVD.


...And John Mitchell does his best! Watch his guitar work on STARLESS on this DVD: I think is brilliant!!! 

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Thank you for responding. I´m sure getting my hands on that
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You can get it right here on Cybershop,Ronnie.
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There is great great great interview on "Amorata" DVD where you're talking about the song that kind of changed your life when you were a kid. Do you remember it, Johan?
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Found Amorata in the cybershop, great, thanks.

I also noticed your biography, maybe I'll order that too. Published in 1997, 'not that long ago' I thought, but it's ten years now. Any plans on publishing a second edition?

I didn't find the DVD "The Tokyo Tapes" in your cybershop, maybe I have to get that somewhere else?






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Ron--Tokyo Tapes is a Steve Hackett release, 'My Own Time II' is a work in progress,and I just watched The Wicker Man,alone,very loud in 5.2,so I'm just getting back to normal. I liked the way they got the guy from the original (Edward 'The Equalizer'Woodward) into the film by using his name. Nick Cage is Edward,and the strange little girl is Rowan Woodward. Friggin' weird film.Think I'll turn the heating up. Watch some footy.'Wicker' comes from 'Wycca',of course,which is supposed to be friggin' weird.
Where do the casting directors find these strange little girls?
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You shouldn't be watching things like that, alone in the dark, until you are fully recovered, John.

I'm pleased to hear that you are planning "My own time II".

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