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21 hours ago, palmettomello said:

Crown, Coats, or SOA. This could be beautiful on the field. I love this version more than the original. Progressive rock with an organ line based on Bach's Air for the G String, what could be better?

 

Sorry kids of today.....THIS is music!!!  A timeless masterpiece for a bygone epoch with rebellion, imagination and fantasy.  All your f-bombed peppered "lyrics" and computer generated beats have no soul.  

Now get off my lawn  

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1 hour ago, greg_orangecounty said:

 

Sorry kids of today.....THIS is music!!!  A timeless masterpiece for a bygone epoch with rebellion, imagination and fantasy.  All your f-bombed peppered "lyrics" and computer generated beats have no soul.  

Now get off my lawn  

don't forget that a big part of the song's "soul" and timelessness is that it is derived from bach.

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On 9/13/2019 at 12:26 PM, palmettomello said:

Crown, Coats, or SOA. This could be beautiful on the field. I love this version more than the original. Progressive rock with an organ line based on Bach's Air for the G String, what could be better?

THANK YOU for posting this!  I didn't know it existed and I've watched it dozens of times since.  After "Ave Marie" I want this played at my funeral.  Didn't realize the organ part was based on Bach, so that means Procol Harum was one of the first, if not the first, progressive rock bands.  

Had we survived, the Kingsmen could have done this one justice too. 

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Where is VK when you truly need them...

 

 

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This is a show that is almost a no-brainer, but will not (and should not) be done: 

A Clockwork Orange.  The music, esp 'The Glorious Ninth of Ludwig van' is absolutely central to the show, and if you want to use what is in the movie, could include Wm Tell Overture, Pomp & Circumstance, Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, & Singin' in the Rain.

The problem is that the story is ultra-violent, with a brutal rape & a rape / murder central to the story.  So it will never be done.  But the music is really good.

 

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UNT Brass Band played this last night (the video is not from UNT).  Fire in the Blood.  Was first played in 2011 so I couldn't find any drum corps that has played it.  Is very upbeat and two great solos.  Sounds like something Troopers might do.  

 

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I love my Blue Stars but I think they missed a great opportunity to bring down the house in 2017 by not doing an over the top arrangement of this.

 

 

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Was at live concert by Navy Commodores Jazz Band this weekend for Veterans Day celebration. Their arrangement of "Internal Conflict" by music greats CHICAGO struck a good ear with many parts seeming apt for BD, Bloo, or Cadets under Bocook. Sorry, I don't have a link.

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