RE: FM to reform???
Posted by: Paul Rea ()
Date: November 14, 2000 08:03AM

Well, if they're not going to get back together, I think it's only fair that they knock another live CD together of some of the older stuff. I'm sure there's concert video footage out there that we would love to get our hands on as well.

With the number of fans still taking an active interest in FM, I'm sure that they would easily make a profit, even after production costs.

It would also be nice to have an offical band biography. I'm sure there's a wealth of material that could contribute to something worthwhile and profitable.....

....or even a one off gig/concert that would give all us FM fans chance to meet up and relive a bit of nostalgia. The power of the internet and email would easily market and sell the event at little or no cost. It's all there for the taking, requires a small amount of creative imagination and effort. The market/audience already exists.

Mike (Brooks), can't you get our message through to the guys??????

All the best, Paul

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