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Crossmen 2012 - Fragile

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

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This screams Crossmen to me. This in my top 3 corps I'm going to hype the crap out of already. :thumbup:

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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!

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!

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Also find it funny that they did Songs for the Planet Earth 20 years ago.........just an observation.

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

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Just entertain me and leave the preaching to the ordained.

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

I see it as this IMO :

Earth Song- Intro could start soft and build or be a big lush brass intro.

Wailers/PD7 - Uptempo numbers with lots of ethic percussion and rhythms. Production classic Crossmen.

Here comes the Flood ballad

Finding and Believing - Closer in the Metheny/ Bones style.

Just guesses but a quick look on how it could fit together

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I'll take it for March...

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I'll take it for March...

Meaty!

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