Used as a means of closure for the author, Band chronicles the 1997 marching season of the Waxahachie High School Marching Band from summer camp to State competition. For those who think ...
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Used as a means of closure for the author, Band chronicles the 1997 marching season of the Waxahachie High School Marching Band from summer camp to State competition. For those who think marching band is just for weak little kids who like to wear flashy uniforms and blow a horn, think again. Written by
Kelly J. Kitchens
band (1998, documentary) this film is worth watching if you can get your hands on it. definitely if you like straight forward documentaries you will find this is worth sitting through. not the best documentary ever but it covers the people well and gets into the story and what i found most interesting was that it is about a topic that has not ever been covered before that i have seen. like i said though it is hard to find i just happened to see it in a bin at a second hand store, not a store copy but just somebody's labeled tape for like ten cents so i grabbed it, at goodwill i think. picked it up because i like documentaries and it looked like a interesting subject but for ten cents even if it sucked i could just tape over it because i am a huge loser who still has and uses his vcr, pvr can take a flying leap lol.
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