Captain Ned wrote:As a kid in 1976, I had one of those red white and blue Julius Erving edition ABA basketballs, but my Converse All-Stars were Chuck Taylors.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7TPIktqYR8
Dr. J's highlights. In the '70s, even here in Celtics-obsessed Vermont, Dr. J was a god above reproach.
Captain Ned wrote:The latest Perpetuum Jazzile (a massive a capella group out of Slovenia, of all places) interpretation of a rock tune. Some may remember their version of Toto's Africa, but this year they went all the way to Van Halen and Jump:
The old chorus geek in me sits in awe and wonder over what they can do with just their voices. When I was in high school chorus was a full period every day, so about 4 hours/week. For a group that large to be that tight the practice/rehearsal time must consume their lives.
EDIT: I've spent an hour or so on their YouTube vids. They've toured in the US, but nowhere near me. That must be remedied.
thegleek wrote:If they did tour in US, and came anywhere in the Michigan area... I'd so go see them too! It's almost like GLEE in a away with their GLEE-like singing and antics, but nonetheless - a very talented group!
Captain Ned wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhkDdayA4iA
A Super Bowl commercial from Honda. Ferris, you've still got it.