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 Post subject: Re: The Lost art Of Re-Mixing
 Post Posted: Sat Oct 31, 2009 4:25 pm 
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WOW, IMAGINE IF WE COULD REALLY DO THAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ALL OF US GETTING TOGETHER!! THAT WAS A GREAT RUSH MIKEY, GOT MY NIPPLES HARD. LOL :D :D :D

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Guys !!!

That's just awesome !

Jay - I'm happy your gig went that great (maybe except for the Police interupting your gig) and that the SW worked out great for you. I guess it was quite a different feeling only using your laptop but again - it doesn't kill your back, right !

Pooch - It's wonderful to see the pic's with the old classic vinyl spinnin'. LOVE IT! And I just can't figure out how you managed to play all those tracks over the instrumental intro to "At Midnight" - hardworking DJ for sure...

Both of you - AWESOME music !!! :D
Can we get to hear the sets - or where they not recorded ?!

Michael - Let me know when you bring the guys over... I gotta be there !!! :D


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WOW, IMAGINE IF WE COULD REALLY DO THAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ALL OF US GETTING TOGETHER!! THAT WAS A GREAT RUSH MIKEY, GOT MY NIPPLES HARD. LOL :D :D :D

LOLOLOLOL :lol: :lol: :lol:

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It would be Excellent if we all got together, indeed!

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 Post Posted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 7:47 pm 
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YES, DELMAR, WE WOULD NOT GET TOGETHER WITHOUT YOU AS WELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!
CLAES - THANKS FOR NOTICING THE "AT MIDNIGHT" MIX, I DID GET ALL THOSE OVER THE INTRO. REMEMBER MY FRIEND, I AM OLD SCHOOL DJ.
WELL I WAS TOLD THEY RECORDED THE NIGHT AND WHEN I GET IT, MY FRIENDS WILL GET IT!!!!

OK, NOW A LITTLE EMOTION, I LOVE THIS PLACE AND I LOVE YOU GUYS.

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Sounds like a plan, Pooch!

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NOBODY LIKES MY "STILL ALIVE" STATUE??? I THOUGHT I WOULD GET A FEW COMMENTS.

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 Post Posted: Mon Nov 09, 2009 8:34 pm 
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Well, it looks like my cousin.
And me & him ain't talkin. Is that a good comment?


hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!

H'ya Doin' Dan????

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Pooch,

I love it !! :D

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OK, SO I LOST A FEW POUNDS, BUT I STILL HAVE ALL MY HAIR!!! :lol:
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Hahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Lovin' that John Revolting skeleton Pooch! :twisted:

Just saw your quotes in "Love Saves The Day" which I am currently reading. :)
Glad to see you were mentioned. :wink:

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Yeah, Paulie; POOCH was tellin it like it is!!!!
The record companies had some nerve!!!!!

I dug that book.
But there was so much more goin on!!!
It needs 2 more books to tell the whole story.

Still pretty good reading though.
I couldn't put it down!!!

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 Post Posted: Wed Nov 11, 2009 5:42 pm 
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Thanks Paul!! Thereis a lot missing from that book. I can tell you that with confidence!!!
I spent 6 hours on an interview with Tim for the book. He left out a WHOLE lot of what I said, (i.e.) Dj's from Borooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, the clubs, my trips to England & Germany, my radio shows in Japan, the Record Pool, the Record companies, my time with Larry, Frankie, David, DefMix - - so much stuff. He basically did what all the others do, write about the city. But, I hope you enjoy it!

Nice laugh Jay!!!!!

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DanPooch wrote:
Thanks Paul!! Thereis a lot missing from that book. I can tell you that with confidence!!!
I spent 6 hours on an interview with Tim for the book. He left out a WHOLE lot of what I said, (i.e.) Dj's from Borooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, the clubs, my trips to England & Germany, my radio shows in Japan, the Record Pool, the Record companies, my time with Larry, Frankie, David, DefMix - - so much stuff. He basically did what all the others do, write about the city. But, I hope you enjoy it!

Nice laugh Jay!!!!!

Pooch


Pooch...
Even though the book is an enjoyable read, It seems that TL sometimes gives a one dimensional point of view. Not only did he gloss over all the interesting and valuable information that you gave him, it seems that a few more notable disco pioneers are a little disgruntled with TL's representation of them and the inaccuracies in the factual content in his book. For instance, it is well documented that Mel Cheron and Tom Savarese were a little pissed to say the least with the book!

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