This is my own master so if you want to post it up for people to download that would be cool!
LND February 25 2011
Act 1 http://www.megaupload.com/?d=620ZRNTO
Act 2 http://www.megaupload.com/?d=80LFIC6W
I saw someone was asking about it but I couldn't find their ask box to give it to them :)
I was wondering if you had the entire LND on audio or video? I'm not sure how all this works, but I know often there is trading or something that goes on. I'm sorry I don't have anything to trade. I'm just a fan, and its not likely that I'll get to the West End to see LND live before Ramin leaves for good. So as a fellow admirer of his work if there is a way that would be great. Love your blog.
I have several Audios, and a video :) I’ll give you my site, tell me which you’d prefer, and then pop me an email and I’ll send you the link :)
(you’ll find separate pages for my videos and audios under the ‘my trades’ tab at the top :) )
When is the picture on "The man, the voice, the talent" -the black-and-white one with the open shirt - from? He looks like he could be Justin Bieber in that picture.
I think, and I may be wrong because this was awhile ago, that it’s from an online magazine article. I think I cropped the picture…or perhaps it wasn’t this photo that I had to do that for…One of them I did. Sorry I couldn’t be more help, but I’m pretty sure it is from an article!
What do you think of the end of love never dies? What would have prefered for an end?
I cry like a freaking baby every time…I can’t listen to the last half hour of the show - it’s too sad! I didn’t like the idea of the ending at the start, and I didn’t like it pre-changes, really. But now I think I do. I don’t think it could have ended happily - it wouldn’t have been Phantom-y enough. So I don’t really have a problem with it :) Aside from the constant crying…Not a good look when you leave the Adelphi! Plus, the flat mates just don’t understand, haha.
Okay, I’ll submit something. This is from the third time I met Ramin.
It was at the Sheytoons gig last month and my friend and I decided to hang out and have a few beers after the show. Ramin was right behind me at the bar so I decided to strike up a very geeky conversation about banjoes. So thats all we really talked about and he was really enthusiastic about it and we talked about old folk music. I’m from a big folk rock family, thats what my Dad and eldest brother do for a ‘living’, so he wanted to know my thoughts on his playing.
Lovely, easy going, down to earth guy.
Not super interesting but thats my story! lol
I actually love this! But third time?! What about the other two times? :)
And, if you have any pictures with Ramin, or edits you’ve made….perhaps you met him, and you’ve got a story? Or saw him in a show, and want to share the experience? (Because we all know that’s one hell of an experience - In Miss Saigon shirtless? Yes, that was an experience ;) )
Anything at all Ramin-y related, please feel free to submit :) We’d love to see your stuff, too!
Anything submitted will of course have full credit to the owner.
Despite a troubled first year marked by negative reviews and rewrites, Ramin Karimloo has decided to stay on in the lead role as the Phantom in Love Never Dies. He tells Jonathan Watson why he wants to see the job through, despite other members of the cast choosing to leave the production
Ramin Kaminloo as The PhantomPhoto: Brinkhoff/Mögenburg