few words from the GROOVEMASTER A
groovy picture from July 2010 ;)
Camera: SonyEricsson S700i
is something BIG and I hope that after a visit here you hopefully
found something both for ya body and soul (deep stuff man ;)
My first real music memory was way back in time, when I was five-six
years old and stood in front of a mirror and sang "---I wanna
be a cowboy---" and with the help of a tennis racket played guitar,
incredible! what a feeling! and I still remember it today even
though the feeling has fade a little.
Next step was community musicradio with astonishing programs that
Jocke B, Mangan S, Tommy T and many more people produced. The
music was incredibly good and the DJ:s were in the same class.
Well, what can one say, these were the times. Sometimes the old
cassettes are used again, with all the knockout music grooves!!
tracks played back then were never bought because I couldn't afford
them. And when you actually did have a few pence over they were
all gone in the record shop. But thanks to Napster and gemm most
of them have been found today after
so many years. The song that took the longest time to get was the
12" version of Vaughan Masons incredible song "You can do
it" from 82. First time I heard it was back in 82 on "Discolistan",
a Swedish disco chart on a local station Disco 91.
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