MusicManNJ

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MusicManNJ last won the day on October 5 2018

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About MusicManNJ

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  • Your Drum Corps Experience
    Marching Member/Arranger DCI World Class
  • Your Favorite Corps
    Cadets/SCV/Crossmen
  • Your Favorite All Time Corps Performance (Any)
    1985 Cadets
  • Your Favorite Drum Corps Season
    1988
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    Male
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    New Jersey

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  1. Jeremiah is a real toe-tapper. 🙂
  2. You keep insinuating something when the facts show there is nothing there. Put up or shut up.
  3. You (not you personally) pick up one end of the stick you live with what is on the other. You spread stupid rumors that defame a person for no other reason than some sort of self-satisfaction then you also open yourself up for ridicule and should have the courtesy to come back and admit your error. Scott is a first class human that has saved not one but TWO DCI world class finalist corps in his career. To have some knucklehead(s) spreading clearly false rumors is just not defensible. Your oh-so-clever television-themed snark-laced analogy is clearly misplaced.
  4. And mine are in sync with yours as well. Still waiting for the apologies to Scott as you pointed out earlier...
  5. The past several years they were fueled by C2 members... just think what the corps would have been like without them. I agree with your first point but I am talking about the last few years. And let's face it... the place is not the top choice of potential members these days.
  6. And they do not have a bumper crop of C2 members to draw from any longer.
  7. While I am sure this was for financial reasons... could there be a worse venue for them to run a "world championship"? AT least Rochester was a nice stadium (besides having to stop playing by 10 PM).
  8. Really, they needed an upswing in percussion? I kinda thought that was the caption where they were competitive with all the lines that medaled.
  9. Agree! I loved the championships in Madison. Pittsfield was definitely the worst but also have one of the best memories from there. It was the last show before going to Montreal in 1982. We (Crossmen) went on and had a 3 tick field percussion performance. It was crazy. We were only to be outdone by Bayonne who threw down a 1 tick performance. We has such a blast going back and forth that year competing but that show in that crummy stadium (and I use the term loosely) had two of the great percussion performances of that era on that day. One for the ages.
  10. Are you adding anything new or just repeating what has been rumored for over a year?
  11. This... in almost any endeavor having a core group of talented people together for an extended period of time will lead to a prolonged period of success. Cadets had this with Aungst, Sacktig, Bocook. The run BD has been on since SCOJO joined the team (94?) has been dynastic.
  12. I would compare the magic of Crowns 2019 performance with that of SCV's 1988 performance (the first Phantom show). Saw them both... they were both sparkly and magical.
  13. The response throughout the show from the first note on was incredible. The crowd and the corps fed off each other and culminated with what you see on this video. During the ballad and the horn hit people were standing in the audience with their hands held high and wide like the snare drummer to soak in the glorious sound. Ut was awesome!