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Re: Rare Drum Corps Recordings I Wish I had...and Why

Posted: Tue Aug 30, 2005 9:06 pm
by Marching Mallets
bumba_58 wrote:
Malibu wrote:
Jim Anello wrote:
1977 Bridgemen Prelims - another case of overage members. DCI never released this, but the corps was HOT.
Jim, check out Ebay, there is a 1977 Cassette up for auction. It says it was recorded by Ken Kobold;

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... 07270&rd=1

Unfortunately the Bridgemen recording is from Finals. We were much better in prelims. To bad there isn't any video of that show. I thought it was the best that year.
77 UOEC Championships from Bridgeport were pretty good too, I just got finished burning that from vinyl to cd a few weeks ago.

That cassette may have been mine too, I had a 77 DCI Bridgemen out for sale.

Posted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 7:25 am
by Jd
If it exists, I would love a recording of the 1982 DCM Run-off.

Re: Rare Drum Corps Recordings I Wish I had...and Why

Posted: Sun Apr 24, 2011 7:24 pm
by duvibz
Did anybody ever have any luck finding a recording of this? I was there in the stands, and it was THE coolest show I ever saw!

Jeff Williamson
Royal Grenadiers 80-84
Phantom Regiment 85-87

Re: Rare Drum Corps Recordings I Wish I had...and Why

Posted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 5:49 pm
by John 2112
After reading this entire interesting thread, I am prompted to be "that guy", by again bringing up the Ken Kobold question. Do any of you in-the-know have any further insight as to where it stands with DCI releasing more of his collection? Watching the direction of the activity, I can certainly understand the "bigger fish to fry" thought process, but it seems to me they could at least generate some trickle income, if not better. Thanks.