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Topic: MICK & KEEF ON TODAY Return to archive
05-10-02 02:36 PM
SWAYED Would any kind soul out there who taped Mick and Keef's interview on TODAY be willing to trade me a copy? Have lots of Stones, Dylan, Beatles, and Neil video to trade. Please contact me privately at: Spadeygrove@aol.com Thanks to all!!
05-10-02 05:13 PM
justinkurian What did they have to say? Anything new?
05-10-02 08:43 PM
glencar It was pretty cool. I taped it & got to watch it earlier. Lauer is a real fan.
05-10-02 09:11 PM
nanky It was a great interview -- both Mick and Keith were very animated - very forthcoming on the whole thing. They actually seemed to be getting on rather well, although Mick rolled his eyes a few times at some of Keith's answers, but in all it was good to see them in the same interview. Matt Lauer was wetting himself and I would have too, no doubt.


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