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  1. Just posted on Madison's facebook page: Madison Scouts 2014 -- Playing the Music of Stan Kenton and Don Ellis. Finally, jazz again!
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  2. It's been a long time! Incognito is reemerging this year and we want to fill you guys in. Thank you for all the support in the past and we're looking forward to performing alongside with all of you. Incognito Drum and Bugle Corps -Incognitus
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  3. DCI HOFer Dave Richards honeymooned at the 1964 Legion Nationals. Gebby honeymooned at the 1970 VFW Nationals. Both marriages lasted. For anyone contemplating matrimony nowadays, plan to honeymoon in Rochester or Indianapolis.
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  4. OMG! So excellent. Every time I watch it, my skin crawls and my hair stands on end. Headphones - not for me. My Avid Digital DSM2 studio speakers, cranked to 9. Unbelievable. Like little Magnapan's. Thanks for the nice pick-me-up. Also, my 11 year old likes the cheeseburger site. I'm not sure she'd appreciate my hobby intruding on her space. But viewers with no idea of drum corps have got to love this video.
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  5. No....but Kenton's band played the source version most corps fans ae familiar with....hence, the connection.
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  6. OK I took a listen to parts.... nice pedal tones But still getting used to hearing a synth....
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  7. Yes and no. Someone who's marched multiple years with a winning corps has a leg up, but did they win solely because of their effort, or were they given a vehicle that enabled the win? And was their effort the same as the effort of the other 149 people? I've met people in every corps that work harder than their final placement would show, and some at the top who get carried along all season to the win, without the same effort. Which person is more qualified?
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  8. Great possibilities, so please pass on Malaguena this time.
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