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I was listening to an old mix tape I made for myself in the early 90's and came across a classic that I adored but haven't heard in awhile
called "I wanna thank you lord" If I remember correctly you remixed it or produced it under club 69...right/wrong? Who was the vocalist that you used?I also wanted to know if you have a website dedicated to your music?I'd love to see a list of projects you worked on......I'm a total househead.
I also wanted to tell you that tranny shack did change it's name to "tranny party nyc" so there you have it.The night at splash on thursday was lame theres just too much going on there to hook up but they did tell me they moved to 215 W28th street a 3 level space on wednesday and fridays.
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I just checked out your site...intresting! I was an intern at atlantic records from 1988-89 at the same time I managed an artist on pow wow records "poetry" produced by dj jazzy jay(zulu nation) You must have known herbie corsack or dealt with mark kamins.....there's a blast from the past.
Ps. I own all the menudo records too!
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Ricky is "chillin" now.
He likes not being in the spotlight so much.
He's still doing music.
(watch for a "Ricky Martin record" this spring. Ricky has nothing to do with it and is not on it but it's a "Ricky Martin record" for sure. It's a Daddy homage to my ex-band mate).

And Andrea,
"Club 69" is all Peter's idea.
When he called me and asked what I thought about the name I told him I hated it. (He loved the name "Jackie 60") I told him I thought 69 was too obvious and very "Jr. High School" and told him not to use it.
Fortunately (for him) he never listens to me and had a huge success with "Club 69" and *69 Records.
NOTE: If anyone wants to get rich, just run your idea past me and then do THE EXACT OPPOSITE of what I say.
Picture it, 1983
DADDY: "Dance and sing, get up and do your thing...
Are you kidding me with this?
Let me help you write some lyrics".
M _ _ _ _ _ _ : "I know what I'm doing".

Peter Rauhofer is such a smart guy and VERY VERY talented. One of the best re-mixers ever. I love working with him.
(In fact, we are working on something fun right now. You'll be hearing about it.)

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