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TOC (October 11, 2014)
August 11, 2015 04:16 PM PDT
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I rarely record my sets from my regular Friday & Saturday night residency at Tavern on Camac in Philadelphia because week to week a lot of the music overlaps. This particular night I brought my recorder along because I was going on directly after my friend and fellow DJ, Brian Norwood, who was playing a private party for large group of friends. Looking back, I'm glad this evening was archived. Some of the pop material is dated now but this was a fun night nonetheless. I hope that you'll enjoy!

Sound of Philadelphia Vinyl Show #3
June 11, 2015 04:31 PM PDT
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This is the third installment of hometown Philly jams mixed together by me for Robbie Leslie's program on Sirius/XM's Studio 54 Radio, "Robbie Leslie Presents…" It was originally broadcast on Friday, May 29, 2015. This set was created with two Technics 1000 turntables, a Bozak mixer, albums, 45s and 12 inch singles. Downloads are available and the track listing is as follows:

1. Gonna Make You Mine – Anglo Saxon Brown
Atlantic Records (1976)
2. This Love Affair – Gloria Gaynor
Polydor Records (1978)
3. Love You Just As Long As I Can – Free Spirit
Chess Records (1974)
4. I Can’t Fight Your Love – The Modulations
Buddah Records (1974)
5. He’s A Friend – Eddie Kendricks
Tamla Records (1976)
6. Hit & Run (Walter Gibbons Mix) – Loleatta Holloway
Gold Mind Records (1978)
7. Sweet Charlie Babe – Jackie Moore
Atlantic Records (1973)
8. Got To Get You Back – Sons of Robin Stone
Atco Records (1974)
9. Dirty Old Man – The Three Degrees
Philadelphia International Records (1973)
10. The Player – First Choice
Philly Groove Records (1974)
11. Breaking And Entering (12” Remix) – Dee Dee Sharp Gamble
Philadelphia International Records (1980)

Evolution of A Dancer III: Whiteout
January 09, 2015 12:36 AM PST
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After misplacing the file almost two years ago, I ran across it by accident the other day and decided to go to work on it and finally release my performance from my New York City Nightclub Debut. This set was recorded from 6pm until 9pm on Sunday, February 17, 2013 at Rebel in NYC. Playing from 9pm until 4am were my friends and legendary NYC DJs John Ceglia & Michael Fierman. This set had a little something for everyone in it and certain songs like "Try Me, I Know We Can Make It," "God Can Do The Impossible," "When The Fuel Runs Out," "After You've Gone" and "Let Me Take You Dancing" all had their own specific reasons for being included in this evening. It was honor to play alongside such talent, as well for the crowd of peers, friends and family, all set the to the magnificent lighting of Mike Trillo. Please enjoy my portion of the annual event, Evolution of A Dancer.

Track Listing

So Far - Billy Eckstine
Rise (Original) - Grooveboy
Better Things To Come (Joey Negro Club Mix) - Joey Negro pres. Mistura feat. Kadija Kamara
Loving You (Original Mix) - Kenny Summit & Directors Cut present Yasmeen
Can't Fake The Feeling (Pray for More's in Love with Mjuzieek Remix) - Pray For More feat. Ceevox
Lovin' U (Penn's Soulful Mix) - David Penn feat. Max C
Baby It's You (Eric Kupper Classic Mix) - Kenny Thomas
Watching You (Original) - Random Soul
Reforminator (Roberto De Carlo Vocal Mix) - Jay-J feat. Fabian Leo
Try Me, I Know We Can Make It - Donna Summer
I Never Thought I Would Find Love - Ruby Andrews
Mama's Back (Jpapp Disco Jazz Mix) - Julius Papp & Rick Preston
Ain't Nothing Gonna Keep Me From You - Teri DeSario
Shine On Silver Moon - Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.
God Can Do The Impossible - The Rance Allen Group
My King (Jazzie BreakDown Mix) - Luyo & DJ Ermi
Express Yourself (Thommy Davis Back To Da Raw Mix) - Assurance
Give Me The Light (Original Deep Mix) - Misteralf vs Manyus Feat. Maiya
Oh Happy Day (Right Outta Church Mix) - Children Of The Underground feat. Tracy Brathwaite
Love Is You (Original Disco Mix) - DJ Meme Orchestra feat. Tracey K
Universal Dreamers (Sami Dee Mix) - Ricky Diciotto & Kenny Carpenter feat. Wendy Lewis
So In Love With You - Triple Dee & K-Klass feat. Duke
Check Out The Groove (Original Mix) - Wise D & Kobe
Making Moves (Original Mix) - Lindo Martinez & Mark Wilkinson
Running Out Of Fuel (Jimmy DePre Mash) - DJ Mes VS Executive Suite
Get Over U (Director's Cut Mix)(Sami Dee Edit) - Directors Cut ft. B Slade
Relight My Fire (Almighty Mix) - Dan Hartman
Bad Luck (Dimitri From Paris Disco Re-Edit) - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
After You're Gone (Dimitri From Paris Remix) - Tyson
Let Me Take You Dancing (John Luongo Disco Mix) - Bryan Adams

Debut Tea - Fire Island Pines
July 29, 2012 04:25 PM PDT
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Monday, July 16, 2012 was a day in my life that I've waited for for quite some time now. It was on that day that I was first to be part of a tradition that began in The Pines on Fire Island at The Blue Whale in 1966: playing records for Low Tea. So here it is, my set in its entirety. It's a mix of nu-disco, soulful house and classics.

CHURCH: DC Pride Part 3
July 08, 2012 08:11 PM PDT
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This is the third of a four part series from DC Pride on Sunday, June 10, 2012. The concept of CHURCH was to present a journey of uplifting, soulful, funky and heavenly house to free your mind, cleanse your soul and soothe your body. To better understand the flow of the evening, I played from 5pm until 8pm. From there, Chicago DJ, Brian Norwood, took over until 11pm. Following his set, I returned with an hour and a half late program.

CHURCH: DC Pride Part 2
June 22, 2012 01:42 PM PDT
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This is the second of a four part series from DC Pride on Sunday, June 10, 2012. The concept of CHURCH was to present a journey of uplifting, soulful, funky and heavenly house to free your mind, cleanse your soul and soothe your body. To better understand the flow of the evening, I played from 5pm until 8pm. From there, Chicago DJ, Brian Norwood, took over until 11pm. Following his set, I returned with an hour and a half late program.

CHURCH: DC Pride Part 1
June 15, 2012 04:09 AM PDT
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This is the first of a four part series from DC Pride on Sunday, June 10, 2012. The concept of CHURCH was to present a journey of uplifting, soulful, funky and heavenly house to free your mind, cleanse your soul and soothe your body. To better understand the flow of the evening, I played from 5pm until 8pm. From there, Chicago DJ, Brian Norwood, took over until 11pm. Following his set, I returned with an hour and a half late program.

New Horizons: NYC-Philadelphia Connection Part 3
December 28, 2011 06:17 PM PST
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A conversation began a year ago between two people who share the same passion: music. As the months went by we began exploring the options of melding our styles and spinning an evening together. Presenting a full trip of fresh, soulful and engaging new music while incorporating some beloved classics became the obvious vehicle for our gathering.

On Sunday, December 11, 2011, Michael Fierman and I took to the booth of the brand new Luxx Lounge in Atlantic City, NJ to execute a program of music for our friends from New York, Philadelphia and places in between and beyond.

New Horizons: NYC-Philadelphia Connection Part 2
December 19, 2011 02:12 PM PST
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A conversation began a year ago between two people who share the same passion: music. As the months went by we began exploring the options of melding our styles and spinning an evening together. Presenting a full trip of fresh, soulful and engaging new music while incorporating some beloved classics became the obvious vehicle for our gathering.

On Sunday, December 11, 2011, Michael Fierman and I took to the booth of the brand new Luxx Lounge in Atlantic City, NJ to execute a program of music for our friends from New York, Philadelphia and places in between and beyond.

New Horizons: NYC-Philadelphia Connection Part 1
December 13, 2011 03:23 PM PST
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A conversation began a year ago between two people who share the same passion: music. As the months went by we began exploring the options of melding our styles and spinning an evening together. Presenting a full trip of fresh, soulful and engaging new music while incorporating some beloved classics became the obvious vehicle for our gathering.

On Sunday, December 11, 2011, Michael Fierman and I took to the booth of the brand new Luxx Lounge in Atlantic City, NJ to execute a program of music for our friends from New York, Philadelphia and places in between and beyond.

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