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Post by dollarmtn » 01-21-2003 02:45 PM

Can anyone tell me the year, month, and day of the first Mel Waters interview? Im pretty sure that it was 1997, but unsure of the month and day.

I just added this complete show to my archive, and need the date for continuity .....



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Post by DesertOfTheSea » 01-21-2003 02:50 PM

02/21/97 & 02/24/97

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Post by dollarmtn » 01-21-2003 02:53 PM

Was the first date the original, and the second date a repeat? Or were there two different shows this close together?

Maybe the first date was a short interview, and then Art had him back for a full show a few days later?

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Post by civilian » 01-21-2003 08:30 PM

Mel Waters was on Coast:

02/21/97
02/24/97
01/29/02
12/20/02

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Post by beast » 02-02-2003 10:43 PM

I have all the original Mel Waters tapes,if you want them.

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Post by zeppo » 02-02-2003 11:49 PM

Coincidentally, I just happened to listen to this recently. It is a textbook example of how Art could interview someone with some preposterous story and make it interesting, entertaining, and captivating, without coming across like an idiot or patronizing bullsh*tter.

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Post by dollarmtn » 02-03-2003 05:10 PM

Yes, Id really like to have the 02/21/97 show. What was it, about a 1 hour segment with Mel on that show?, or just a few minutes, or what?
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by beast:
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Post by benner » 02-03-2003 06:10 PM

Sorry, totally misleading post. Deleted for my convenience.

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Post by Stardreamer » 02-11-2003 05:45 PM

I am a huge Mel Waters fan and have listened to all his interviews. If anyone is interested I have the 2 sets of Art Bell shows. If anyone wants to email Mel Waters, here is his email address: melwaters@attbi.com (I sent him an email today, asking how he's doing.) Also, there is a Mel Waters fan web site. It is: www.melshole.com

Any other Mel Waters fans out there?

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Post by Laird » 02-11-2003 06:54 PM

That's incredible news, thank you.

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