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The First Days of Disco | The New Yorker
“To people outside the disco milieu,” he writes, at the end of one column, the idea of a d.j. making something new out of other people’s music might seem preposterous. “But there’s no question that a real d.j. can shape a night of music with his personality, style, and spirit, magically turning a string of records into a spontaneous symphony.”
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