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    Keogh, Paul

    Guitarist who has carved a creative niche for himself in classical and pop.  He appears on the album Julian Lloyd Webber Plays Andrew Lloyd Webber, and has strong ties to the latter, having performed on the soundtracks for Evita and Jesus Christ Superstar.  Other films he has worked on include Best Laid Plans, for which he also composed some of the music, Beyond the Sea, for which he served as Guitar Tutor, The Hunting of the Snark, and The Talented Mr. Ripley, in which he makes a cameo; as a guitarist, natch; at the Napoli Jazz Club.  His classical forays include appearances on albums by The Celtic Tenors, Charlotte Church, and Kiri Te Kanawa.  He has also appeared with a number of orchestras, most notably The London Cello Sound on the 1998 release Latin Cello, Henry Mancini & His Orchestra on Mancini Rocks The Pops, The Royal Philharmonic Pops on the album Pop Go The Beatles, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on their re-creation of original music from The Prisoner, and The City of Prague Philharmonic's cover of the theme song from The Flintstones.  They would not prove to be his only foray into the realm of television, as he is one of three guitarists who contributes his talents to Stars In Their Eyes, a talent show which requires near-exact replications of original material by the recording musicians.  He has also worked with a number of pop rock artists, including Kate Bush, Roger Daltrey, Kiki Dee, Jimmy Nail, Chris Rea, Lou Reed, and Carly Simon.

     

    Leo Sayer recordings

    Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance) (David Courtney/Leo Sayer)

     

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    17.  http://www.kikidee.info/y1973.html

    18.  http://www.the-prisoner-6.freeserve.co.uk/arch_5.htm

                   

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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