Sorry for the delay in posting this, but the real life business of being a band director got in the way.
Anyway, the 2017 show for the Black Sheep Squadron is called: "No Fear, No Limit, No Equal", and is entirely made up of the soundtrack for the movie Senna, a documentary on the career of three time Formula One World Champion Ayrton Senna. All of the music in the show was written by Antonio Pinto, with the exception of one piece which was written by Nacao Zumbi. One of the pieces, God-Senna Theme, recurs throughout the show in its numerous variations as it does in the movie itself.
The selections for our show include (not necessarily in the order used in the film):
God-Senna Theme (recurring),
The Bomb (used in the movie during the 1984 Grand Prix of Monaco where Senna drove a poor performing car in heavy rain conditions and finished second),
Home Peace (recurs in the movie whenever Senna is at home with his family in Brazil between seasons),
Japan Lotus (used when Senna left the struggling Toleman team to join the Lotus-Honda team in 1985),
Hunt (used in the movie during the 1989 GP of Japan when Senna and teammate Alain Prost were both fighting for the championship, and each other personally, which led to a collision near the end of the race, and the investigation afterwards that sealed the championship for Prost),
World Champion (used at the conclusion of the 1988 GP of Japan when Senna won his first world championship),
Strange Justice (used after Senna was killed in an accident during the GP of San Marino in 1994, and during some of his reflections on his career).
Maracatu Atomico (used in the end credits. This piece is the one written by Nacao Zumbi)