This appeared in the mail today from an old friend who had attended this concert in the 60’s.
The front cover.
It is pretty marked up. Who would have known?
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How fun to get this, Marideth! I never could picture you with dark hair. You look like a blonde to me. Thanks so much.
Very cool. I love the notes on each song, which certainly sound like you wrote them. And the production credits – including the make up and advertising being handled by the same fellow. Must have been quite a show.
Gotta love those blasts from the past! … I too hadn’t envisioned you with dark hair! Our brains work in such funny ways. . . Did you look at that list of the names of people who worked on the event and wonder where are they now? What fun …
Wish I’d been there to hear you in person way back then…:-).
I was there! That was the last time I heard you sing. After leaving CHS, I attended SMS (which is now SMSU) and those crew people were almost all names I remember from the Theatre department there. I had a huge crush on Jerry Darnall, but only worshipped from afar. I was a lowly freshman.
I can still remember sitting in the audience thinking “I know her! And she is sooo good!” I think my friends were driven crazy by my saying it out loud and too often that night, but like I say, I was young…
I loved your singing and am so pleased to have the memory refreshed.
Bring back the glasses! They would have perfect for Hollywood.
Jim Julien!!!!!! that is going way back! I was in High School when this took place, and totally unaware of any world outside my own (except \, like history and marxism).
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