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About Bucbari

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  • Your Drum Corps Experience
    Sunriser and Buccaneers
  • Your Favorite Corps
    Buccaneers, Phantom Regiment, and SVC
  • Your Favorite All Time Corps Performance (Any)
    Phantom Regiment 1989 2008
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  1. I was there in 75 for prelims and finals and they were very very good. I thought they had beat Troopers
  2. Depends if its the recent movie or the original Broadway production. The movie got terrible reviews
  3. I know it's been almost a month, I didn't get the sense that Jeff was complaining. I got the impression that he just trying to find out what's going on.
  4. Dave De Andrea, was great. I remember when I was with Sun he played the hell out of the solo in Send in the Clowns!!
  5. lol I just realized this thread is 10 years old....lol
  6. Mike their drum line wasn't just "very good". They took high drums at VFW Nationals in 68 and were undefeated! That was a killer drum line.
  7. I love your choice Mike but Requiem was played in 69 IIRC
  8. Fran's brother-in-law lived across the street from me. He asked me if I wanted to join a drum corps? I asked him "what the hell was a drum corps?" I got hooked quickly. Bucky Swan was my 1st horn instructor and like fran and his brother I marched with the Crusaders and then Sunrisers. Of course I also marched Reading Buccaneers for 2 years. Without question my favorite time in Corps.
  9. And was a #### good show. Kilties blew the house down for the second time in a row.
  10. I think you're talking about 2005 when they came in a very strong 8th.
  11. What does Reading have to do with this!!!!!???? Go Wolverines!!!!
  12. I know this is off topic but her predecessor was a DM named Betty Ann and I stand corrected Mike, Vicki was the early 70s. Vicki had what we in the military called "command intonation". When she gave a command on the field you heard her clearly and distinctly.