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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2016 12:01 pm 
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This is great. One of my top 5 shows. Thanks Dennis!


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Exp88 wrote:
This is great. One of my top 5 shows. Thanks Dennis!


One of my "one" favorite shows...Thank Dennis!!!!!!!!!

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2016 8:28 pm 
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Don't thank me. Thank Ralph Hardimon!


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Don't thank me. Thank Ralph Hardimon!


Good ol Ralph. He sure could write. I wonder if he wrote the pit book as well as the battery.


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And to think, he and Float marched in the same line. They did didn't they? Kingsmen.


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Yep. I read that since they split center and were so much taller than the rest of the line, they called them the heads.


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I remember that line!!!!!!!


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I would like to find a video like this of Phantom's line in 87 or 88.


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Ralph did write the battery and pit. Also, don’t forget that Allan Murray also marched with the Heads. 3 EXTREMELY influential cats in that line.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2018 11:26 pm 
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I didn't know Al Murray was in that line. Where did he instruct? Seems like I heard he was with Suncoast and Boston. Is that correct, and was he with any other corps?

I figured Hardimon wrote the pit book as well. I always have a greater admiration for a perc writer when they write the entire book and not just the battery. That's too easy!


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