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Tyree Cooper (DE)

It probably all began with the old R & B dusties of his mother, Tyree Cooper was impassionedly listening to.
Growing up on the streets of Chicago’s South Side Tyree Cooper discovered his love for the soul music of the 60ies. A first step was to join his Grammar school band at the age of 13 - playing the flute! His other passion at that time was playing basketball.
Both passions followed him to the high school where he met Mike Dunn and learned how to DJ. Listening to Farley "Jackmaster Funk", “ The Hot Mix 5“, Ronny Hardy and the electrifying energies of Frankie Knuckles, Tyree was well schooled at an early age.
Eventually Tyree's basketball skills awarded him at scholarship to the University of Wisconsin -Stout where the ...

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Marshall Jefferson (US)

Marshall Jefferson (born September 19, 1959) is widely regarded as one of the leading innovators of the genre of music now known as house music, in particular the subgenre of Chicago house. Born in Chicago, Illinois he was originally a producer in the Universal recording studios in Chicago it is here that he met owner of Trax Records, Larry Sherman. He may be best known for inventing the squelchy acid house sound on tracks like "Dream Girl" and "Acid Tracks". However he was also very influential in the more soulful or "deeper" end of the house spectrum where he produced great music by the likes of Ce Ce Rogers, Sterling Void as well as the first two albums of Ten City.

In October 2004 Move Your Body appeared in popular videoga...

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