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Kamen too busy to let illness slow him down

"This is a bit like coming out of the closet," Kamen says. "I think it's probably the best thing I can do is to just be honest about it and just say, 'Yeah, I've got this, but you've heard a lot of my work and I haven't seemingly written anything bad."
Michael Kamen wrote and directed the opening music for the 2002 Winter Olympics, he served as the musical director for the Queen's Golden Jubilee at Buckingham Palace and he scored Kevin Costner’s film, Open Range.
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October 8, 2003 in people | Permalink

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