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 Post Posted: Tue Dec 02, 2008 7:08 pm 
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George,
Thanks for posting the article from 1983. You proved your point once more for me. My inital attitude and views towards LL have now been changed for the better.Thanks George, you led me to the light!

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 Post subject: Great Reading
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Here is an article detailing Walter Gibbons & other DJs from my era.
Thank Dancer for turning me on to this.
Serious reading for serious DJ historians.

http://www.timlawrence.info/linernotes/ ... lter_g.php


After you read this, you will understand a little more about our world when it started.

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Just to join your conversation. An interesting book showcasing the disco era is Last night a DJ saved my life by Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton. They mention: "Disco produced several star remixers - pioneers like Tom Moulton, Walter Gibbons, Jim Burgess - but they never enjoyed star billing on their records: appreciation of their artistry was largely confined to the closed world of others DJs".

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Disco Gabriel wrote:
Just to join your conversation. An interesting book showcasing the disco era is Last night a DJ saved my life by Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton. They mention: "Disco produced several star remixers - pioneers like Tom Moulton, Walter Gibbons, Jim Burgess - but they never enjoyed star billing on their records: appreciation of their artistry was largely confined to the closed world of others DJs".

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I also have read this book on many occassions as it has been uptaded a couple of times. I enjoyed it every time, very informative...
Welcome to the site Disco Gabriel, you have joined a family thatt loves all things disco. Look forward to hearing more from you in the future. Stick around as you will enjoy the site alot!

Peace!

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 Post subject: Farley & Chicago
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Furthermore, I would have to add that there is no comparison between LL and the legendary DJs of Chicago Farley Jack Master, Ron Hardy, and Kenny Jamin Jason. Their unique mixing style and their feeling set a benchmark in the music industry.

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