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August 14, 2013

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zaba

Firewatercircus frog here. Hope all is well with the Houston side of your family. I doubt you will have a chance to make it to Galveston, but shoot me a line if you do. I can either serve you a drink or have a drink with you.

Sammy

Generation in the West Village is still kickin.

arem

I know they are out of your areas of musical interest, but there were loads of independent hip-hop, dance, and reggae record stores back in the day that have vanished as well. RIP to Fat Beats, Beat Street, Breakbeat Science, Sound Library, Eightball Records, Dance Tracks, Heartbeat Records, Jammyland, Dub Spot, Coxsone's Music City and many others I'm forgetting.

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