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#21 Brigadier80

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 11:07 AM

I would even take standard DVD's of 13-25 corps from the 70's to 90's. I collected most of the 800 series corps specific videos and can attest to the quality of some of the shows. The Boston compilation from 82-94 is great as is the Troopers and Dutch Boy series. The only series I really wanted was the Crossmen. I believe that a high camera version of their '79' show was in their compilation. I transferred the 800 video series to DVD and my semi-finalist 75-89 audio collection to CD. The quality is good but I bet what DCI would put out would be considerably better. I have heard that many prelim tapes from the 70's were destroyed in a fire. There has to be collectors out there that could loan DCI the missing tapes to be re-mastered.

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 04:36 PM

High camera everything.

This. High camera for at least all 1980s and 1990s shows.

And as many have mentioned, non-finalist corps.

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 09:21 AM

I would even take standard DVD's of 13-25 corps from the 70's to 90's. I collected most of the 800 series corps specific videos and can attest to the quality of some of the shows. The Boston compilation from 82-94 is great as is the Troopers and Dutch Boy series. The only series I really wanted was the Crossmen. I believe that a high camera version of their '79' show was in their compilation. I transferred the 800 video series to DVD and my semi-finalist 75-89 audio collection to CD. The quality is good but I bet what DCI would put out would be considerably better. I have heard that many prelim tapes from the 70's were destroyed in a fire. There has to be collectors out there that could loan DCI the missing tapes to be re-mastered.



I would pay (dearly) for a good copy of 1980 prelims, specifically the 15th place corps that year.

Anyone have it?
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#24 CHRISP

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 10:04 AM

I would pay (dearly) for a good copy of 1980 prelims, specifically the 15th place corps that year.

Anyone have it?



I'm looking for the 16th place corps from that year.
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Posted 08 April 2012 - 05:02 PM

Yes, online offerings of as many high-cams as possible, as well as pre-finals shows (quarters, semis, any regionals, etc.).

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 10:05 AM

I have to agree on the kobold recordings. These need to be offered sometime soon. There are so many recordings that he did that are extremely rare.




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