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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Darryl D
From: NC via Brooklyn
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Just happen to come across your site and wanted to take the time to say "thanks for the memories."
Carisma (Bruce) Funk lived in my building. I remember hearing the music coming from the basement. My god he lit that building up.......and nobody cared. R.I.P. Bruce.

Darryl D
 
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Name: Tony Iniguez
From: Boyle Heights in Los Angeles
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Hi, just wanted to say this is a wonderful
site. I know my hunch was right and i should
have visited Brookly, right after graduation
back in '74. In enjoy the early DJ Culture.
Love you photographs of the early Mobile DJ.

Is there a way i can get a copy of the photo image
on your web site of an overview shot of the
DJ's Table, showing his turntble, mixer, i belive
you title is " cover up".

I was a DJ in high school, playing music from my cassette player,and turntable during lunchtime and
after school. My biggest grooves, that got people
dancing on their way to class,or favorite hangout
at school , was Aretha Franklin's Rock Steady and
Steve Wonder's " Inner Vision LP.

Anyway contiune the story and best wishes to
your posse and family.

Sincerely,

Tony Iniguez.

PS, Do you sell and audio recording of
your music mix from back then on Cassett of other?

Thanks
 
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Name: Ron Plummer
From: Originally NY - Queens
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Nice expose of old memories. Probably time for a reunion. I spoke to Pete about a year ago, QJ a couple of months ago and stay in contact with Sedley, and members of the crew.

Anyone still in contact with Action Jackson?

Admin reply: Ron it was great to have you sign the guestbook. I'm glad I saved all these artifacts, because people didn't believe me when I said I was a bonifide DJ>LOL. I had this web site idea in my mind for a while. I wanted people to know about the mobile side of DJing and the pioneers of our generation. We had it going on back then. It was the love for creating GOOD music for the crowd.
 
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Arleen G.
From: "The City", NY
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What a wonderful collection of memories! Oh, do I remember those good ole days! Battles of the DJ's and all.
The Promoter Manor was my main hangout, but of course we visited all the other clubs of the day, too.
Thank you so much for sharing those wonderful memories.

Admin reply: Hi thank you for signing the guestbook. Glad the site brings you good memories. It was definitely the best dance party decade.
 
Added: October 13, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Joyce Beckles-Knights
From: Brooklyn
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Hey Harold,
I'm impressed! Big Things are Happening Here. LOL. I'm wishing you all the best with your endeavors.
 
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Name: H.V.
From: BKLYN!
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AWwwwwww right now, it's time to Par'tah!

CONGRATS BRO.....

Hersch
 
Added: October 6, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: CC
From: Queens
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Hi, Harold....Found the site very interesting and unique to say the least....Bravo, once again...Your BS friend....
 
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Reg Henry
From: BROOKLYN USA
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Harold,

Good job again in keeping a record of our history
here within Brooklyn for all to see.

History is like fine wine.. it ages well with time !

Keep the History alive so that it may continue to age !!

Reg Henry
 
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Name: Anita Taylor
From: Brooklyn, NY
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I am so glad that we have reconnected a lost friendship. 1976 was a memorable and unforgettable year for me. I turned 18, could drink & go to the club legally. I voted for the 1st time, and I met Fantasia. So glad that you and your crew were part of my life.

Always There,
Anita
 
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Name: Rich Cole
From: Brooklyn, but now in Maryland
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Yo HB, I'm glad for you, knowing you just a little I bet you got a youngin in trainin. You was Fantasia before she was. I gotta give you a call. Once again Congrats on all this!!
 
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