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Old 07-15-2007, 09:22 PM   #361
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Just wondered. Still uploading disk 2, my computer crawls when uploading. Should only be a few more minutes though.
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I might be able to get those for you VP, give me a minute
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Really???
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If anyone's a Foo Fighters' fan, I have a ton of alternate/live versions of their songs. I highly recommend their cover of Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street. Sarah can actually play the sax part of that song.


Ashley, what do you play?
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Old 07-15-2007, 09:31 PM   #365
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My Evanescence obsessed friend is online right now but is currently away, as soon as she comes back, I'll see what I can do


What do you mean what do I play?
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I mean...you mentioned that you were associated with your hs band, and I remember seeing you posting about travelling with a band, I think? I was asking what instrument you play.

thanks. Those versions have been played on radio around here, and I wasn't sure how hard they'd be to get. they're gorgeous though, esp, the string section one.
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I play first and formost the alto sax, but in high school band I played the bassoon for three years, one year of marching band I played the baritone, and in middle and junior high I played the flute. I also know how to play some trumpet and the other three sax's, some oboe, and....no wait, I think that's it

And yeah, I went with the TCU marching band and the football team to Waco, TX, Albuquerque NM, and San Diego
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GASP!

GENESIS SINGS THAT'S ALL!??!?!!?!?

I don't know how I didn't notice that was Phil, but tehre you go
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Just starting to upload to ysi. Apparently, they turned out to be zip files, not rars.

Wow. She played mainly alto sax (just like I did in hs ) although in a pinch she can also play any of the others...although bari would be easiest, given that it's the same...and she also learned to play trombone. When she was in senior band, she was asked to play percussion in jr band, because they didn't have a percussionist, so she did that for a year. She was also in the jazz band. they rocked, they were SO tight, and played awesome music...while the old band director was there. That band was reserved for the very best, you had to audition to be in it, and they were amazing. But then this last term, they let anyone join, and they kinda sucked after that.
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Hello! I have returned home to the Great White North.
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Oh I forgot about Trombone, I played that in Jazz Band.

God our Jazz band was so good for the first two years of high school...then it sorta fell apart
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How was your weekend, Thora?
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Oh I forgot about Trombone, I played that in Jazz Band.

God our Jazz band was so good for the first two years of high school...then it sorta fell apart
that sucks. I can't even begin to tell you how good their jazz band was, it was the highlight of their winter and spring concerts. I used to snooze through the rest. it's really a shame how their music dept. seems to have deteriorated. sounds like your school was pretty much the same. She'd love to continue playing in some way, but the uni she's going to, you can really only play if you're majoring in music...and she's not.
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The more I think about it,, it's creepy how similar things are between your daughter and me VP


Yeah, our marching band and jazz band used to be HIGHLY respected, then things went to hell. And at my university, I'm in Marching band, but that's about it. I could do more, but I just don't have the time.
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SO much fun! It was seriously awesome. Total insanity, but lots of fun.
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