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          Fleetwood Reloaded

          In this episode of Off the Record, Frank visits with Glenn Kubacki of Fleetwood Sounds and explores a number of great recordings from the Fleetwood collection, including: 49th Parallel – Scout House 66 World Open – Troopers 66 Dream – Royal Airs 67 American Legion Nationals – Boston 1971 World Open – Anaheim Kingsmen Enjoy! […]

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          Jack Meehan Interview Part 2

          Frank continues his conversation with old friend and drum corps legend Jack Meehan. ? The episode is perfect for Championships Week of Drum Corps International’s 40th year. Enjoy! Click on the player below to listen

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          Jack Meehan Interview

          This edition of Off the Record features Frank sitting down for a chat with old friend and drum corps legend Jack Meehan. ?What a great way to start off the New Year! Enjoy! Click on the player below to listen

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          Tribute to the CYO Nationals

          In this special edition of Off the Record, Frank Dorritie pays tribute to “the jewel in the crown of all national titles” – the CYO Championships – with recordings between 1964 and 1984. Enjoy! Includes selections from this Fleetwood album:   Click on the player below to listen

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          “Bands” of Brothers

          Drum and bugle corps were born in the local community – which is exactly where Frank focuses this episode of Off The Record … on the small groups that were the foundation of the activity.? Take a few minutes to enjoy this look back – which includes a contribution from the great storyteller, Wayne Harris. […]

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          Stand and Deliver

          With this episode of Off the Record, Frank explores the evolution of “standstill” recordings and attempts to answer the question of “why people like to stand in a parking lot – in front of a drum corps, and listen to them in that context”.? The episode features some of the very finest recordings ever made […]

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          The Great Arrangers, Part 1

          In our first issue of Off The Record for 2010, Frank explores some of the great brass arrangers of the activity, featureing the music of Jim Donnelly (St. Vincent’s), Hy Dreitzer (Sky, Des Plaines), Joe Genero (Loretto, Hurcs), and Tru Crawford (Royal Airs, Yankee Rebels). This is a program that you’re not going to want […]

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          Give the Drummer Some

          In this issue of Off The Record, Frank shifts his focus from the horn line to the drum line. He features some of the great percussion innovators in the history of the activity: the Reilly Raiders, Blessed Sacrament, Boston Crusaders, Cavaliers, St. Rita’s Brassmen, and Santa Clara Vanguard. Enjoy!   Includes selections from these Fleetwood […]

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          Legends of the One-Valve Bugle – Part 2

          In this issue of Off The Record, Frank continues his exploration of some of the great soloists of all time – all on single-valve instruments. A great cross-section of players from the 60’s, the program features some of the legendary names from the activity: D’Amico, Angelica (Cabs), Hlywa (Hurcs), Doug Gibb (Sarnia), Murphy (Prince), Laus […]

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          Legends of the One-Valve Bugle – Part 1

          In this issue of Off The Record, Frank explores the performances of some of the great soloists of all time – on single-valve instruments. Be sure to have a notepad and pencil handy, just so you can keep track. The even-better news – this is only Part 1!   Includes selections from these Fleetwood albums: […]

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