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One or two duo songs on the new MK album that would be great.

With David?
If so why?
It's great if they are now acting like "proper" brothers but I'd prefer songs with better musicians than David.
MK stands for quality so no dropping of standards for any final album(s).

No need to record anything, this "trouble" eliminates itself just by inviting David to play on one song on one live show, Mark could've done it a million times at this point, but preferred not to do so. Artists always do it, always invites people to play, even Mark — Joe Brown, Bonnie Raitt, James Taylor, etc. The other question is, could you imagine this really happening? I don't think so, because that looks too much like a Dire Straits reunion.
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One or two duo songs on the new MK album that would be great.


Like, let the little brother join in on his big brother's album? ::)  And it's 1980 all over again.
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Everyone will like this one.
Rhino are releasing/have just released (via their "Start Your Ear Off Right" campaign)limited vinyl editions of all the studio Dire Straits albums.Of course there are no extra tracks.
All are single 180g discs except BIA and OES which are double discs.Prices are between£20-£30.
In the past,releases from this campaign have led to deluxe versions of albums that same year so we are obviously in for a real treat at some point in 2021 :o
Having said that I have been told by my local record store that a deluxe version of BIA is coming this year.What with the documentary and the books this year must be a great time to finally release some deluxe items.
Obviously Mark has spent many hours of lockdown being interviewed for the deluxe versions so plenty of enlightenment will soon be ours  :thumbsup
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One or two duo songs on the new MK album that would be great.

With David?
If so why?
It's great if they are now acting like "proper" brothers but I'd prefer songs with better musicians than David.
MK stands for quality so no dropping of standards for any final album(s).
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Great interview. Thanks for sharing, Angelucci.  :thumbsup
I`ve always hoped that one day Mark and David would be able to put their troubles aside and start talking with each other again.
A re-start of their relationship would be so great. Not only for us fans but much more important for their families.

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I wasn't aware that British Grove was a secret!    ;D     However, I'm pleased to hear that they may be on friendly terms again.   :)
You could walk right past BG and have no idea that Clapton or the Stones are inside.


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Like any other recording studio I guess.

Basically, yes. I know a great studio here in St Peter, it's right in the city center on the car-free street and nobody I asked knew there's a world-class studio there. Even AIR Lyndhurst Hall looks just like a church. I wonder who in their right mind would build a posh recording studio :lol
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I wasn't aware that British Grove was a secret!    ;D     However, I'm pleased to hear that they may be on friendly terms again.   :)
You could walk right past BG and have no idea that Clapton or the Stones are inside.


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Like any other recording studio I guess.
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Also, it's funny that he won't sign guitars for strangers, and yet he signs guitars for competitions with randomly assigned winners, which makes no sense.

On the contrary THAT is the whole difference.

Signed guitars for competitions are (usually if not always) for raising money to charity and the signature is meant to have a commercial value.

But when Mark signed a guitar to you it was meant to be a personal gift not a dirty resale business.


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I wasn't aware that British Grove was a secret!    ;D     However, I'm pleased to hear that they may be on friendly terms again.   :)
You could walk right past BG and have no idea that Clapton or the Stones are inside.


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I remember the same vibe was when Paul Simon did his farewell tour, everybody wanted Paul to at least invite Garfunkel on stage on the last show, but it never happened. In fact, on the same exact day Art was giving a show of his own. Their war seems to never end after all these years. They did a number of reunions, but after some point, it was a complete stop which lasts to this day. It's really refreshing to hear something good about MK & DK friendship, really refreshing.
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