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Postby Rightupinthere » Thu Jul 29, 2004 8:46 am

ZiggyZoomba wrote:
Falcon30 wrote:Ahhh Glenn - the Mellophone CHAMPION.


I'm sorry, but in MY mind the only mellophone champion (aside from myself, of course) was Krista Griffith. :shock:


I would just like to say: "I agree." Oof-tah.

But then there was Amy Cassidy nee Pinkerton. She was Baker12. I was Baker11. Oh, how I loved tea pot.
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Postby 1987alum » Thu Jul 29, 2004 9:05 am

I have to jump in to say that, as a non-musician, I have no freakin' idea what you all are talking about!

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Postby Ohiogal » Thu Jul 29, 2004 9:51 am

I think there's so many 90s people in here because of Mr. Kelly... he kept the band alive and kept us members proud.

And if we can't get JJ back, I say we keep trying to push Novak into the job!

and most of the 1991 tape was recorded live in Kobacker. Remember? the drum line came up from the orchestra pit in darkness? Cool visuals. I'd like to see the video if anyone has a copy??
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Postby Falcon30 » Thu Jul 29, 2004 4:42 pm

Ohiogal wrote:I think there's so many 90s people in here because of Mr. Kelly... he kept the band alive and kept us members proud.

And if we can't get JJ back, I say we keep trying to push Novak into the job!

and most of the 1991 tape was recorded live in Kobacker. Remember? the drum line came up from the orchestra pit in darkness? Cool visuals. I'd like to see the video if anyone has a copy??


Dr Hayward is doing a heck of a job - the band looks and sounds like the BGSU band again.

I know the BGSU recording department has the capability to make CDs from those old recordings. I once asked Mark Bunce about making a CD of a favorite Symphonic band concert and he said (after a few phone calls) that it would be something like $16 and he would have to do a minimum of 4. What I would like to do is see if they would put the 1991 band on CD.

Who would want one? I would buy two - one for me and one for my wife.
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Postby able1 » Thu Jul 29, 2004 8:30 pm

ahhhh Krista! :lol:

Mark, I had forgotten about the Glenn wanting to bump you off deal! Good times.
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Delaine, I will have copies of '91 through '95 show and bandorama videos in my possession very soon. I'll let you know when I have them all.

Falcon30, if you decide to get CD's, let me know. You can count me in.
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Postby Ohiogal » Thu Jul 29, 2004 9:40 pm

My husband can turn the tapes into a high-quality CD with label for $5...
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