Lourdes Academy Senior Class 1967
South Pacific

Recorded Live January 14 and 15, 1967
in the Lakewood Civic Auditorium

Side 1 Side 2
Introduction, Dedication and South Pacific Overture I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair
Dites Moi A Wonderful Guy
A Cockeyed Optimist Younger Than Springtime
Twin Soliloquies Happy Talk
Some Enchanted Evening Honey Bun
Bloody Mary Carefully Taught
There is Nothing Like a Dame This Nearly Was Mine
Bali Hai Finale

A special 'Thank You' to Andy Lego, my best friend, co-worker, and fellow geek.
Andy's hardware, software and technical expertise made it possible for me to
transfer the contents of a 40 year old vinyl recording, which had moved with me
all over the country these many years, onto a CD and ultimately onto the internet.
When we were working on this project on Christmas Eve 2007,
and as I listened to the vinyl,
I was in Lakewood Civic Auditorium all over again,
reliving and remembering those magic performances.
Thank you, Andy, for the help and for my best Christmas Eve in several years.


Technical Notes:
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