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Author Topic: Military 'Thriller' band  (Read 2412 times)
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« on: 4 July 2009, 14:40:21 »
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The Army’s Band of the Coldstream Guards have done their own tribute to the late Michael Jackson, as they played one of his most famous hits Thriller near Buckingham Palace. Around 40 drummers, trumpeters, clarinet and trombone players took part. Hordes of tourists were left open-mouthed as they were treated to the spectacular show on Wednesday by the top military band.
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« Reply #1 on: 11 December 2009, 22:35:53 »
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Koen,  you think that's weird,  just take a look at this one,  all done by prisoners!

"Thriller" (original upload)
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« Reply #2 on: 13 December 2009, 12:29:04 »
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this is the 2nd video, there's another one....

it's cool but I wonder how they are trained to do this  Onbeslist
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« Reply #3 on: 13 December 2009, 20:33:36 »
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this is the 2nd video, there's another one....

it's cool but I wonder how they are trained to do this  Onbeslist

Same here, the lady is absolutely fantastic and credible, the guys look like clones having gone throuhg drill corps. Astounding precision and fantastic show!

Maybe this is a good idea (havent been in prison - in the US! - so I do not know)?

Here the Coldstreams at a Tatoo, compare to the (later) Top Secredt Drum Corps, also based on the "Thriller" rhythm!

Basel Tattoo 2009 Coldstream Guards Thriller Michael Jackson


Basle Tatoo, 2009, the new show of my favorite drummers, just embedding is disabled, click on the link!

http://www.drummerworld.com/watchlistdrummers/Top_Secret_Drum_Corps.html

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« Reply #4 on: 14 December 2009, 12:52:07 »
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Good one.  Another twist to the Thriller. 
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« Reply #5 on: 14 December 2009, 18:31:22 »
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You'll just have to imagine the music with these guys...

http://video.yahoo.com/watch/126474/1570464



These guys can be seen for free (get tickets early as they go fast), every Friday night during the summer at the Marine Corps 8th & I Barracks, at the corner of 8th and I streets in Washington, DC. The Marine Corps Band also plays these nights.
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