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Gigi D’Agostino ist ein italienischer DJ, Remixer und Musikproduzent. Er gilt als Ikone sowie Erfinder des Lento-Violento-Stiles und als bedeutender Interpret der Italo-Dance-Szene. International bekannt wurde er durch Lieder wie Bla Bla Bla, The. Gigi D'Agostino (* Dezember in Turin; eigentlich Luigino Celestino Di Agostino) ist ein italienischer DJ, Remixer und Musikproduzent. Er gilt als Ikone. Entdecken Sie Veröffentlichungen von Gigi D'Agostino auf Discogs. Kaufen Sie Platten, CDs und mehr von Gigi D'Agostino auf dem Discogs-Marktplatz. Compie gli anni il Maestro più amato della dance made in italy capace di far ballare, con la sua musica, diverse generazioni: Gigi D'Agostino. Es ist das einzige Konzert von Gigi D'Agostino exklusiv in Tirol! Also sichert euch rasch ein Ticket! Route: über Bruneck - Vahrn - Brenner - Innsbruck. Die Lyrics zu den Songs stehen in dem edelsten und schönsten Booklet, was ich je gesehen habe, kommplett mit silberner Schrift und Fotos von Gigi D'Agostino. La Passion: Gigi D'Agostino: bergercatalan.eu: Musica.
Gigi D'Agostino (* Dezember in Turin; eigentlich Luigino Celestino Di Agostino) ist ein italienischer DJ, Remixer und Musikproduzent. Er gilt als Ikone. Die Lyrics zu den Songs stehen in dem edelsten und schönsten Booklet, was ich je gesehen habe, kommplett mit silberner Schrift und Fotos von Gigi D'Agostino. Compie gli anni il Maestro più amato della dance made in italy capace di far ballare, con la sua musica, diverse generazioni: Gigi D'Agostino.
Dj DAgostino - Gli anni 80 di Gigi D’AgostinoFür Aufmerksamkeit sorgte zusätzlich der englischsprachige Text der aus zusammenhangslosen Halbsätzen besteht. Non ho mai avuto un musicista, ho sempre avuto delle visioni molto chiare sulla musica, sui ritmi. Desiderio, sesso… era impossibile descrivere tutte le sensazioni, per questo avevo racchiuso tutto in questo termine. Other notable mentions would be Jim Burgess. Contact Phone: Email: D aol. Any "trademarks"? We used Eine Gute Zeit go to all the showcases and labels to visit all the time. Gigi D'Agostino created a lot of aliases to differentiate his new music Mittelmeer Englisch from his older Italodance work. Kino Memmingen by Harry-Lloyd. I used to make 8 track tapes on 2 turntables Dj DAgostino a small microphone mixer and give them away. Also we had almost every disco act of the era play Christian Petri there including the first ever Village People show as they had never played Punchline before that night in ' Musica che Unisce. Segue un Sicario Cda periodo di sperimentazione e di ricerca, intervallato da The Mentalist Staffel 5 Stream programma radiofonico su misura sulle emittenti di spicco del panorama. Mehr Bilder. Proud creator or perhaps ambassidor of the "Gino beat", Gigi's music can be found playing out of poorly modded Celica's and Civic's. Kemechev Gigi D'Agostino Collection Volume 2 2 versionen. BXRMedia Records.
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What's your view on them for the development of the music scene in the area? This was also a big influence on me as bands usually played block parties but the late 70's was the beginning of blocks having DJ's play.
Block parties were like clubs for us at the time, we were too young to go to clubs but not too young to put on a nice pair of jeans and a shirt and go from block to block on Saturday nights hanging with friends and looking for chicks.
There were usually 5 to 10 block parties a weekend. Was it something you wanted to do, or did it just "happen"? I was always into music, I played drums and I wanted to be in a rock band, but entering that club and seeing the dance floor and DJ booth for the first time was like an arrow to the brain right there.
Which was your first gig and how did you get it? It was at the Drift Inn , a small bar that had a DJ booth in the back with a small dance floor.
That's where I practiced all my mixes out on the crowds. I had gotten the job thru a friend of mine's older brother who hung out there.
I used to make 8 track tapes on 2 turntables and a small microphone mixer and give them away. One of the tapes got played in the bar, so once they heard that they asked me to play on the weekends.
What he didn't know when starting playing there was that it would soon become the very center of the Disco craze when the nightclub scenes of the Saturday Night Fever movie were shot in the club.
Actually many of the film's extras were club regulars, including the go-go dancer and if you look closely you can also see Ralphie in the movie.
First in a scene where he stands in the corner of the dance floor and in another when Travolta bolts out of the club and calls the place a shit hole, there you can see him wearing a leather jacket.
On the premiere night of the Saturday Night Fever movie, in December 16, , the movie was first shown at the Oceania Theatre followed by a huge party held at the Odyssey afterwards.
Originally the place had been a Norwegian Soccer Club, but since Charlie ran Club in the premise until Chuck talked him into transform the place into a Disco in the mid 70's.
The walls got covered with mylar and big multi-colored plastic balls were hung from the ceiling to give the illusion that you were out in space. The original dance floor was a stainless-steel metal floor which was later replaced by the legendary disco dance floor as seen in the Saturday Night Fever movie, which had over flashing lights and it was actually installed by the movie makers just to improve the looks for the movie.
When you entered the club you went down a couple of stairs. To the right was a small room with a U-shaped bar and a pinball machine.
There was a go-go dancer in that part of the bar. If you went straight when you walked down the stairs it was like a little lobby.
There were the bathrooms and a coat check and down the hall to the left was the disco. As soon as you opened the doors you saw the dance floor.
Around the dance floor was a little balcony. The times changed and so did the club scene and the "Odyssey". Charlie and Chuck later ventured out of the venue and the place became a gay club called Spectrum.
The famous dance floor, the disco balls and lightning remained in location until the last dance steps touched the floor in February 12, and the dance floor was then auctioned off in April the same year.
So Ralphie, which clubs have you played and have you got any favorites of those? Then came the European Rave Scene in which I have played so many huge events and just overall great parties.
Were there songs that were floor fillers in one club that didn't work in another club? But if you went to a club in Brooklyn you would hear all the hits of the time and if you went into the city, i.
Manhattan, you heard a lot more club oriented music which was more dance floor friendly and the radio stuff was limited.
Any celeb's who used to frequent them? We had most of the cast members from 'Fever' except John Travolta.
Robin Gibb came at 6 o'clock on a Friday night once, blew me away with that. Also we had almost every disco act of the era play live there including the first ever Village People show as they had never played live before that night in ' I know the band Mantus kind of had '' as their home club, but which other acts performed at Odyssey?
Any acts packing the club and some which completely failed to attract visitors? Really can't remember any act not drawing, as in that time it was really the club that people came to see and the acts were just added attractions.
He was the resident DJ at a club called Penthouse in Brooklyn. He sold 8 track tapes at the place I used to get my haircut. I heard those and was very impressed.
He did mixes that gave me goosebumps! Mark Zimmer - Pastels. Flawless mixing ability. He taught me how to program and would do mixes nobody would ever think of doing and made them sound unreal!
Any specific skills, special technics or? For me it was always a 8 or a 16 bar mix and it had to be done at the right time in the song to get it to sound best.
Also, any comments on the techniques, equipment and stuff like that?