Hello Guy, May I know, what was Mark honest reaction, when you gave him to his award from the RRHOF?
Hi, not sure and sorry if this has been asked before.. any chance to hear a bit of Paul Franklin on the new album? All the best, W.
How does Mark value John as a musician? I can’t help but think John would gladly be playing with Mark in his solo band had he been asked at some point. I know John says all is well with their relationship, but I feel there is some bitterness there even though not admitted.
Guy, although this appreciation (induction into the RRHF) as fact is too late, I am very delighted.You were the best band ever. CONGRATS!
“Cruel” is right, and saddening. However, we have doubt you quickly set it all aside in favour of the joy of the event – despite the ice pellets we were sending your way from Toronto … Still, I hope the heartfelt warmth of this Forum is, well … warming!
Hello Guy, Can you give us an indication when the new album of Mark will be in the store.
Is may possible or later. Anyway, you’ve done a great job on tv last Saturday.
I’ve been Mark & CO fan for around 15-16 years, since I was about 14 years old. The influence his music had on me is difficult to even explain – it made me who I am today(However cheesy that may sound). I am a musician because of it, and most beautiful moments and people in my life came as a direct product of being a musician. I am thankful for everything it gave me, so I can’t really understand all this RRHAF commotion, bad mouths or whatever…that stuff is irrelevant, guys. Nonetheless, many thanks to Guy, John and Alan for the kind words, that’s enough for me. Only things that makes me a bit nervous is waiting for the new album and studio diary 🙂 🙂 Cheers Guy and hope to see you again soon in Croatia or neighborhood.
I’d like Mark say something about why he did not want to go to RRHF…a his comment…even in this forum… it would be very welcome…we are human
What would you recommend to use in order to get the best, most natural and wide stereo image of the sound for all the home-recorders out there? Use of digital reverb, delays (how much millisecs?) or other options?
For instance, my own tracks are not bad stereo-sound wise, but everytime I listen to professional albums there is still so much difference. I mean, listen to Tracker, it‘s as if you were in the room with the musicians!
Hello Guy, how are you? … I am anxious and waiting for the new job, yesterday I told my wife and we also talked about what happened in the RRHF and we said that maybe, Mark will be heavy when they the time comes to present the new work to the press and the journalists ask him about his absence, I suppose they are going to harass him with that subject … he will have to get a lot of patience! Thanks for always answering! Greetings from Buenos Aires!
Now that you are back from Cleveland can i ask for any updates on one off the projects you are working on? Local Hero or new album. Speaking off projects, is Henrik Hansen still filming??
Thank you, Guy, for your reassuring words. I was feeling a bit guilty, and am glad I probably don’t need to be.
Also, I found it amusing that the dapper Geraldo Rivera walked past not once, but twice! I can’t help but think that he was the inspiration for El Macho. Am I close?
Doc, I know you are tired and Jetlag, so I won’t hassle you anymore on RRHOL. But at these events where artists get together, and very rarely, were you “Starstruck” at any point? If so, are you able to say by whom?
And did you get to talk with Bon Jovi?
What a nightmare, being stranded. I am sure you’ll be home to good old “Blighty” soon, and with a huge smile on your face for your lovely achievment.
Where is that “Gulfstream G4” when you need it !!!!
Hi Guy. Alan, John and you made my day through your speeches. I just kinda needed to hear what you said from the band i dedicated almost my whole puberty…lol…you guys are true gentelmen. Thank you very much
Enjoyed your speech- it was dignified and heartfelt. Would have been nice if MK could have at least sent a brief video comment or something to make it a bit less awkward for all involved.. simply “I appreciate the recognition, and I’m proud of the work that i accomplished with these guys, but I’m looking ahead and working on new material — this kind of thing just isn’t where my interests lie. Best wishes!” –but of course it’s his right to do as he pleases. He didn’t ask for any of it. I suspect he’s gonna get annoyed b/c with the new release promo he’s sure to get asked about this more than he’d like. He might have been better off to just deal with this now as succinctly as possible and move on to the next chapter. He seems like a great and giving guy in many ways, but one who knows he doesn’t have to suffer fools -and who politely but firmly will remind you of that if need be.
Dear Guy: so sorry to hear about your missed flights and Delta’s less-than-helpful response. The weather in NY today is just horrible. I have been receiving flood warning alerts on my phone all morning and the morning commute was miserable. I hope you are well on your way back to LHR and that your next trip back here in NYC, hopefully with MK and the others very soon, will be much more pleasant.
PS: Perhaps this was Richard Branson’s payback for DS declining his contract many years ago, or so as the story goes!
And besides congratulating The Doc and the rest of the members for being inducted, Happy 30th Wedding Anniversary to you and your family as well. Sorry to hear about the weather in JFK – it is strange that it is like this in April. I am rather surprised that they did not allow you to stay for 2 more days in Cleveland after such a long evening and night. it would have been rough if there were rehearsals + performance + pack your bags and leave for LHR the very next day. You guys must have barely slept.
I just wanted to thank you and the rest of the guys for doing what you do. All of you pulled off such great, heartfelt speeches and I’m so proud you were eventually recognized and given an award you deserve more than anyone else in the industry. I’ve been a fan of your work for more than half my life and I’m so happy all of your hard work and effort you constantly put in finally payed off. I gotta admit, I was slightly saddened not to see Mark up there onstage but it was so great to see THE bassist and THE keyboard guys being true gentlemen. Wishing you and your family all the best & keep showing people what actual music is all about!