Best Baritone Partnership

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by pdj, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. pdj

    pdj Member

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    Just wondering peoples thoughts on who they think, maybe current or past, are/have been the best baritone partnership in a band. Or in an ideal world which two baritone players would make the best partnership in a band.
     
  2. zak

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    Would think that Bob Blackburn and Andy Padgett of the Black Dyke days would have to be right up there.
     
  3. ploughboy

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    Are there two that can get in tune???
     
  4. DannyCollin

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    Got to be Rob Archer and Tommy Dodd at Grimethorpe

    R.I.P Tommy
     
  5. Sandy Smith

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    Peter Christian and John Slinger

    Black Dyke - late 70's to mid/late 80's
     
  6. Got to be Darrol Barry and me with City of Oxford on a Eurotour in 2000... oh wait... you were talking about playing :guiness:clap:
     
  7. barrytone

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    Baritone Partnerships

    John Slinger and Peter Christian or possibly Colin Hardy, wish I had a fraction of the ability that they had.
     
  8. BbBill

    BbBill Supporting Member

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    Katrina Marzella and Helen Tyler.........!!!!



    sorry had to be said! ;)
     
  9. 2nd trom virtuoso

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    Gareth Brindle and Gareth Daniel at Black Dyke!!!! Been there throughout Dykes success this last few years
     
  10. Gorgie boy

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    Shame on you Willie.:mad::mad:

    You're right though :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
     
  11. Bayerd

    Bayerd Active Member

    I think that's that question settled then:wink:
     
  12. Mrs Fruity

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    Jim Thompson and Colin Dye at Ever Ready/ Reg Vardy - affectionately known as Waldorf and Stadtler:clap:
     
  13. tpcornet12

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    Pete Christian and Nigel Beasley
     
  14. zak

    zak Member

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    Not sure why you quoted my choice thus implying that you disagree as I stated that they WOULD HAVE TO BE RIGHT UP THERE(along with others!), this is my opinion. You have yours(above) which is also an excellent choice!!There are lots of different combinations etc as you can see from above postings.
    I had the pleasure of sitting next to Bob Archer and Bob Blackburn at Grimethorpe and am well aware of what fine players they both are as well as good mates.

    Cheers :biggrin:
     
  15. ian perks

    ian perks Active Member

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    well past baritone partnership as got to be
    John Slinger &Colin Hardy of Black Dyke
    current as to be Black Dyke present but our Baritone partnership at Gresley is the best for me
    Ian Perks& Lucy Meadows:clap:
     
  16. DannyCollin

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    Could it have been implying that i pressed the wrong button???

    chill shaun, ya seeing things that are not there :biggrin:

    congratulations on your recent appointment too
     
  17. zak

    zak Member

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    No worries Danny but I didn't know you had pressed a wrong button, all the best mate and say hi to Bob next time ur doing the Oompah bit with Grimstein!!!! :biggrin:
     
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