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BUDDY RICH , GENE KRUPA, & LOUIE BELLSON.....THE BEST!
Buddy Rich - 1970
Louis Bellson solo.1967
Gene Krupa - Drum Boogie
I was 16 and his name was Ron something. He was a friend of my older sister. What I wouldn't give to see him again.
Mr Don Binns (LHS), Mr William Lassman (LHS), Never had her for teach.,but she was a Cafeteria Monitor & taught Home Ec, Miss Joy Struss, Mrs laverne Brownlee (Pinckney Elem, my 5th grade teach). After 53+ years it's hard to remember them all.
Not to equivocate, my favorite educator, from equatorial Ecuador, is Fanny Carrión de Fierro, professor poet, featured, among others, in the anthology, These Are Not Sweet Girls....
Nobody from my days being a thug at USD 501.
There were a couple professors in college I liked however....
Mr. Stan Mullenix, Science, West Jr. High ,Mr. Ken Highfill, Anatomy and Physiology, LHS and Mr. Foster, MY Literature Teacher LHS. Thanks ! From an '81 Class Graduate. Hard to choose just one. These Three I remember the most.
Sesame Street. Right there at the corner of Sesame and Hard Knocks.
Jimi Hendrix and Janus Joplin. I have a new blog The Week That Was which is cleverly hidden. Your goal if you accept it, is to find it, and then make a comment on it.
Mrs. Shelton, my 5th grade teacher.
I can still smell the intoxicating very slight scent of her perfume as she would stand behind my desk, leaning over and giving me guidance.
I had a lot of 'favorites' while a student at the University. Henry Fitch for one. T.R. Smith for another.
Tyler Gregory is just everywhere these days.
Of Lawrence High
Long Live Art Sloan!
My high school debate coach. On those long weekend tournaments, he was my weekend Dad. Miss ya, RAM.
I hated math in school (my sister has all of that DNA in our family) but happy pi day, yall....
Don Binns and Gertrude Ruttan....LHS
Mom and Dad.....in the beginning and always.
Mrs. Mendenhall at Central Junior High back in the 60's.
Fred Litto at KU opened my eyes to non-Western theatre. I'll always be grateful to him for that.
The neighbor lady across the street.
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