Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by Vash01, Dec 6, 2012.
Definitely Jeff Buttle's original 2003-04 version. Hands down.
Jeffrey Buttle also.
It's too bad we can't have a tie for 1st or 2nd place but then that would make three programs rather than two wouldn't it?
I chose Irina Slutskaya's pro/exhibition version. She used the same music that D&W's FD opened with.
Jeff Buttle's LP very narrowly edged out D&W for my top two.
Buttle and Rochette for me.
What about Lipinski at the Olympic Festival. She was a 12-year-old
Wow she was so young!
Does anyone remember Surya Bonaly's Samson&Delilah ?
Yes, I was in France at the time and watched it on tv during French Nationals. I liked it and couldn't find it. I don't have that video tape anymore, it was lost when I moved back to Holland. I haven't seen this SC performance, so thanks for the link.
If anyone has that French nationals, please share somewhere. They interviewed Gusmeroli about the theme of er lp and Anissina/Peizerat talked about their FD. It was quite interesting, even though my French wasn't brilliant at the time and I only understood parts.
Originally Posted by briancoogaert
I loved Elena Sokolova's SP in 2003.
I'd say I like none of the list
My pick as well! I too loved Elena Sokolova's SP. And I really love this music!
Jeff Buttle's name should be on that poll. Most folks gave Buttle in their reply.
Wonderful program. Thanks for providing the link, screech. I hate to say it, however, but his hunched shoulders really mar the beauty of his skating IMO. I didn't really follow his career. Was this an issue he worked hard on through ballet etc?