DrumManTx

Crossmen 2012 - Fragile

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Interesting mix that I can't see working just yet . . .but in Chuck we (I) trust. :smile:

We. Definitely we. Don't care what the selections are: if Chuck Naffier is arranging I wanna hear the end result.

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http://www.crossmen.org/page25917916

This automatically makes me think of the Songs for the Planet Earth series, very excited to see this!

I don't want to get my hopes up too high but this sounds like it has potential. Enough to make me want to add a Crossmen banner to my signature. :smile:

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Just entertain me and leave the preaching to the ordained.

agree.

luckily I don't think there are any plans to use voice to discuss recycling and carbon footprints throughout the show, so hopefully it will build on last year's entertainment!

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Music selections include:

“Earth Song” by Michael Jackson

“Wailers/PD7” Interweaving of Bobby McFerrin’s "Wailers" and Anoushka Shankar’s "PD7"

“Here Comes the Flood” Peter Gabriel

“Finding and Believing” Pat Metheny

Sounds really good too! Wow, good job so far all corps!

looks good......

Just stay jazzy and groovy and that's all this Crossmen yearns for......

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Groovy stuff.

Listened to all the originals. Definitely has the potential for the true Crossmen feel. And I very much trust Chuck.

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