I’ve become a fan of YouTube productivity guru Thomas Frank recently. I’m always looking for ways to make my everyday life more efficient and effective, and his videos are both informative and entertaining. During one of his videos, Thomas tasks about backing up your data as part of your digital data organization strategy.
Adam watches 2017 Pulse – HOW DID THEY ONLY GET 3RD???
Adam watches 2017 MCM – OK, I get it now.
Five years ago, I wrote an article on my website about marching band, drum corps, and indoor marching shows which paid tribute to those who gave their lives fighting for our country. With no marching arts so far this year, today seemed line a good time to revisit this.
On this day, we remember the many members of the United States military who gave their lives defending our country and the freedoms and ideals it represents. Many of us are participating in Memorial Day ceremonies across the country and have friends and/or family members who are no longer with us because they gave the ultimate sacrifice. I myself have taken part in many Memorial Day parades and ceremonies during my days in marching band and drum corps. This led me to think about some of the performances I’ve seen in the marching arts which befit this day’s purpose. Here are three of the most recent shows which pay tribute to those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice so we may live free.
- Original Broadway Cast – Wicked: A New Musical [Original Broadway Cast Recording]
- Various Artists – Billboard Top Hits: 1983
- The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Dave Brubeck – Time Out
- Original Television Cast – Jesus Christ Superstar: Live In Concert
- Skatune Network – Worries – MXPX (Ska Cover)
- Sting – Ten Summoner’s Tales
- New York Philharmonic – Sweeney Todd [Live at the New York Philharmonic]