BHS '72 Music Survey

BHS Class of 1972 40-Year Reunion Music Survey

As we impatiently wait for the dates that seem they will never get here (our BHS '72 40-year reunion on August 3-4, 2012), we have an excellent survey beautifully crafted by our very own Joyce Byer Belt, co-chairpeep of the reunion music committee, to keep us occupied in a productive way. Please take this survey (please do your own work here, no peeking at the answers of another classmate, and don't be greedy--choose one answer only per multiple-choice question, OK?) to assist the committee in ensuring a magical musical tour at our reunion events. Thanks, and don't forget to register for the reunion (see the website link entitled "BHS '72 Reunion") as it will never be a bigger bargain than now! Have fun! 


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1)   * Rod Stewart's classic hit Maggie May is considered by some to be our BHS Class of 1972's class song. How often do you want to hear it played at our reunion events?

  Once at each event is enough to complete me.
  Interspersed thoughout each evening to keep me tingled.
  Continuously, does any other song even come close?
  Maggie who?
  Say what, who told you you could be the class song sheriff?
 
2)   For both official reunion events, the BACKGROUND MUSIC I want to hear:

  Only the great sounds from our special BHS years--1969 to 1972.
  Music from '69-'72, plus the geezer music from earlier that was fairly decent in our day too
  Music from '69 -'72, plus the punkier music that was palatable shortly after our High School years.
  Just play the double White Album from the Beatles and I will be forever grateful.
  Surprize me you musical geniuses!
 
3)   For DANCING MUSIC, I would like to get up, get down and get my groove going to this music:

  Only the great sounds from our special BHS years--1969 to 1972.
  Music from '69-'72, plus the geezer music from earlier that was fairly decent in our day too.
  Music from '69 -'72, plus the punkier music that was palatable shortly after our High School years.
  Disco, of course!
  Surprize me you musical geniuses!
 
4)   Here are my best "get this party started" songs for you to consider:

 
5)   Here are some of my toe-tappin', foot-stompin', favorite fast-dance songs:

 
6)   Here are some of my soul-moving, heart-stirring, favorite slow dance songs:

 
7)   No matter what, the reunion dance will only be successful if the band plays this unique, one-of-a-kind, none-other-than-this song (oxymoronishly, you have to choose more than one song):

 
8)   I may have, at times, been a wallflower at school dances (or even at home alone). But, when this song played, I was always up on my feet doing some impressive get-down, boogie-shoes hoofing:

 
9)   I will warn you right now that if you play any of these songs at our reunion, I cannot be held responsible for my actions, and not in a good way:

 
10)   If I was a carpenter, and you were a lady....uh, if I was your deejay, I would play these two songs at our dance (the first song is the first dance song and the second song is the last dance song):

 
11)   Just to be off-kilter, let's have an 11th and final question. What did you think of this survey?

  Yawn.
  Deeply moving.
  Life altering, in a positive way.
  I am personally and professionally embarrassed.
  I am now emotionally scarred for life, but in a loving way.
 
12)   OK, I fibbed. Here is a 12th question for you. Would you like to see more reunion surveys as we run up to our August 3 and 4, 2012 BHS '72 Reunion?

  Without a doubt, maybe.
  For sure, I think.
  I am absolutely, positively not sure.
  Please ask the question again, but much more slowly this time.
  Si.