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Favorite OTL (or Opening Music)

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Crown Imperial March.....27th Lancers

Not fair...after that one, all others pale in comparison. :tounge2:

However..and assuming this refers to when there was a "line" to be "off" of...

Skyliners "Little Ol' New York" is one of my all-time faves.

1969 Blessed Sac "El Cid"

1971 Blue Rock "American Salute"

1971 Argonne Rebels "B&B Favorites"

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Rocky Point Holiday was a stand out for Garfield in '82-'83, but I think it's hard to top SCV's Russian Christmas Music from '87.

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Faves "Off The Line":

1961: St Catherine's Queensmen "Dancing Serenade" & Blessed Sacraments "Vanished Army"

1963 & 1964: St Kevins Emerald Knights "Voice of the Guns".

Honorable mentions:

1961: Garfield Cadets "French National March".

1964: Racine Kilties: "Scotland the Brave"

1965: Chicago Royal Airs: "Ballyhoo March" & Chicago Cavaliers: "Bully"

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How The West Was Won. Do I have to mention the corps that played it? This was my WTF moment as in what have I got myself into?

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Faves "Off The Line":

1961: St Catherine's Queensmen "Dancing Serenade" & Blessed Sacraments "Vanished Army"

1963 & 1964: St Kevins Emerald Knights "Voice of the Guns".

Honorable mentions:

1961: Garfield Cadets "French National March".

1964: Racine Kilties: "Scotland the Brave"

1965: Chicago Royal Airs: "Ballyhoo March" & Chicago Cavaliers: "Bully"

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I would add the Des Plaines Vanguard "Man of Lamancha" opening from both 1967 and 1968. But, of course, I'm a little biased.

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Jesus Christ Superstar....Argonne Rebels!

They didn't play it as an OTL, since Barnum & Bailey's Favorite was the opener in both 71 and 72 when they played Jesus Christ Superstar. as a concert presentation.

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