Therapy and a reality check

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Therapy and a reality check

Post by Terri1957 » Tue Jul 26, 2005 11:52 am

Things were kind of "dead" at the funeral home today :lol: so I'm home early and quite frankly, kind of bored.

I may actually need therapy after what I just tried to do.

I attempted to listen to the '73 recording of my corps. Oh gawd. I stopped after opener.

Of course, it's not always like that. I decided to listen to '73 and '74 Kilties JUNIOR corps. (hats off to you, Jim)

They really were good for the time and place.
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Post by Terri1957 » Tue Jul 26, 2005 12:21 pm

I gave up on the seventies and went to '99 Scouts. JCS. Yowza. :lol:

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Post by Old Mike » Tue Jul 26, 2005 2:35 pm

I just finished listening to that, too.

Next up was Santa Clara 2000 - Adagio for Strings - what a beautiul piece of music.

Cued up next on my mp3 player is Carolina Crown 2000 - Zorro - I LOVE the music. Will be listening as I start my run tonight.......
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Re: Therapy and a reality check

Post by Jim Anello » Tue Jul 26, 2005 7:04 pm

Terri1957 wrote: I decided to listen to '73 and '74 Kilties JUNIOR corps. (hats off to you, Jim)

They really were good for the time and place.
So, you got to hear that fan shout Jim's name before the Kilts stepped off? I think that was in their '73 show. Great years for the Kilts.

For that matter, those were great finals shows in general. Not too many snoozers in 73 and 74.
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Post by Blurae1 » Wed Jul 27, 2005 7:18 am

I liked the Kilties 73 show. I thought they had the best horn book in the country that year. I also liked Belleville's "Get it On" , that solo soprano was great..........Bill

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Re: Therapy and a reality check

Post by Terri1957 » Wed Jul 27, 2005 2:49 pm

Heh. "Go Schehr". Ya know, I never noticed it until Kirt Kinyon played it for me one day at Royal-Airs practice.
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Terri1957 wrote: I decided to listen to '73 and '74 Kilties JUNIOR corps. (hats off to you, Jim)

They really were good for the time and place.
So, you got to hear that fan shout Jim's name before the Kilts stepped off? I think that was in their '73 show. Great years for the Kilts.

For that matter, those were great finals shows in general. Not too many snoozers in 73 and 74.

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