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Name:
martin alberts (wm.alberts@hccnet.nl)
Date:Sun 07 Oct 2007 04:54:33 AM EDT
Subject:Paradiso
 Hello, We've seen you Alan, etc. 3 weeks ago in the Paradiso Theatre in Amsterdam. It was great again.............. Thank you very much. Martin Alberts
 
 
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Name:
PATRICK(a.k.a. PATTY ZIGG) (patrickleen@yahoo.com)
Date:Wed 26 Sep 2007 02:07:30 PM EDT
Subject:GREAT CD
 GOFF, IT'S BEEN 20+ YEARS, AND I STILL ENJOY YOUR GUITAR WORK. JUST SEARCHING FOR A GUITAR FOR MY SON, AND NOTICED YOUR NAME WITH FENDER. THE SEARCH EVENTUALLY BROUGHT ME TO YOUR CD,WHICH I HAVE NOT STOPPED PLAYING. I HAVE MY LIFE TOGETHER, AND I SEE YOU HAVE TOO. I PUT MY NAME ON THE MAILING LIST, AND PLAN TO SEE YOU AT B.B KINGS FOR THE BANGLEDESH TRIBUTE. I WOULD LIKE TO TALK EMAIL ME IF YOU HAVE TIME. LATER BRO
 
 
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Name:
Jacy (jacycole@aol.com)
Date:Sun 23 Sep 2007 02:04:23 AM EDT
Subject:Omaha, Ne
 It was really fun meeting you guys last night!! You are a very talented and entertaining group of guys :) I added your myspace too but it doesn't look like you have been on there in awhile, but it was a chance to hear some more of your work. Thanks for the great show! -Jacy
 
 
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Name:
Gerald Bohnert (bohnert@vollbio.de)
Date:Tue 18 Sep 2007 02:03:07 PM EDT
Subject:Alan Parsons Live Project - Sep-13-2007 Trier, Germany
 Dear Godfrey, on September 13th 2007 I had the chance to enjoy you playing live with The Alan Parsons Live Project in the ruins of the historic Kaiserthermen in Trier, Germany. Along with my brother Klaus I made the one-hour journey from Kaiserslautern to Trier. You really played wonderful! I knew your play from the Alan Parsons Live At Madrid DVD, but to stand only 10 feet away from you and watch your fingers race over the guitar neck was a really great and enjoyable experience. Sadly the guys at the mixing desk (who were apparently deaf) were - for some unkown reason - afraid of pushing up the sliders for your guitar, so that most of the gig people couldn't hear you load enough. Same thing with John's and Manny's Vocals. Alan, who is famous for his great work as an engineer should really be aware of the fact that deaf people should not be the first choice to work at the mixing desk. You, on the other hand, would even on an accoustic guitar worth a concert. We really enjoyed you!!!
 
 
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Name:
Esther markus (esthermarkus@quicknet.nl)
Date:Mon 17 Sep 2007 08:23:44 AM EDT
Subject:thanx
 my englisch is not so good butt i'll try hi, thank for the nice evening in paradiso we enormously enjoy , just like previous year in zoetermeer thanx for your plectrum i hope you come next year in the Netherlands with the link alan parsons live project play you the stars of the sky goodbey en hope we will see you and alan parsons soon in the netherlands
 
 


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