Jim Whitsett
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What is your HHS class year?
1963

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At 5:53pm on September 4, 2014, Jack A. Walters said…

Rollin' On The River with Kenny Rogers and The First Edition:

Not being very techie, I was very impressed to learn that we could restore and preserve this historic 1970s classic television series by transferring the old 2 inch tape, called quad format to digital format, which improves the picture and sound quality.

If you enjoy the Rock n' Roll and R&B music of the '60s and '70s, you will enjoy the "Remember" DVD.  We have received many, many glowing reviews from the entertainment press.  Many of these reviews are posted on the http://www.rememberthe70s.com/ web site.

 
 
 

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