The evolution of dance music as experienced by Brooklynite Frank Ramos. While spinning a diverse collection of music (much of which has never been heard on the radio before), Frank shares his personal insight, which spans over 40 years: the various styles of dance music, the important DJs & clubs, the social, cultural, historical and beyond - all as it occurred in New York City.
At a young age, Frank Ramos was introduced to music through radio & live TV performances by R&B, Latin and rock artists. By the age of 14, he was buying records, by 17 he was going to clubs & concerts & all the while he was expanding his musical tastes: jazz, funk, classical, film scores, reggae, Afro-pop, house, hip-hop & more. He also has amassed an equally diverse collection of music related books, magazines, DVDs/VHS which, coupled with his personal experiences, have contributed to his vast knowledge of music.
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