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These are all great guys and I have already recorded their interviews, but who who should be next and why?

David Berglas
Mr Electric (Marvin Roy)
Stephen Minch

Just curious as to where your heads are.;-)
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I can just as easily toss in Jim Sisti and Richard Osterlind.. but I'm not hearing why you want them.

I'm actually interviewing Jim & Richard in the morning. If you have a question that you want answered, make sure that you email me asap!
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Osterlind!
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Sisti!
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Tony Eye !!!!!
Mick Ayers !!!!!
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I vote for Stephen Minch as well. His knowledge of magic history is unsurpassed.
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Minch was actually next in line based upon when it was recorded. Just wondered who you guys wanted to hear from.They all rock!
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Berglas.

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Not against these names yet always the same old same old

why not

marc spellman

greg arce

alain bellon

jerome finley

paolo cavalli
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Have you done Maven yet?
You might say reality is the result of complex negotiations between the observer and the observed. But that is simply a point of view.


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Jim Callahan would be a treat!
I like PsiDroid's list too but Sisti first.
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I vote for Berglas
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John Bannon and Roy Walton please.

Both have made great contributions to card magic, John Bannon has the most consistently well worked-through card tricks around in my opinion; Roy Walton has a great history in terms of his card tricks and the people he has known and inspired.
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Berglas. The man is a legend and my hero.
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On 2009-10-07 04:48, muse wrote:
John Bannon and Roy Walton please.

Both have made great contributions to card magic, John Bannon has the most consistently well worked-through card tricks around in my opinion; Roy Walton has a great history in terms of his card tricks and the people he has known and inspired.


(As the question was current here, please excuse the 'magic' response rather than a 'mental' one!)
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Lewis jones, jack kent tillar, david berglas...

mr jones - just cos of his depth of work, his encyclopedia of forces, seventh heaven and just his entire thought process...plus, I've never read an interview with him, but love his work

jack kent tillar - he's been very kind to me in the past, had an amazing career - and still has, and invented the often ripped off blister effect...

david berglas - just because of who he is...i've met him a few times, he's our head honcho at Psycrets too, very charming man, and still hugely entertaining...
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Tony Corinda, Derren Brown, Max Maven, David Berglas, Devin Knight & Marc Paul

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On 2009-10-07 02:25, Garrad wrote:
Have you done Maven yet?


Yes. Max was on several times. You can find them by typing his name in the search box. ;-)
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