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February 25, 2005

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mike

Wow. I wonder what the deal was with all those "invited guests," though. The standard flyer protocol seems to have been: list the six or seven rappers/DJs that are actually scheduled to appear, and then invite every other well-known hip-hopper to the jam. If you didn't read the flyer carefully enough, you'd think it was the hip-hop show of all time...

Pat Greene

Debbie,
Hey I'm friends with Mark Greenberg and I know Billy Taylor.My name is Pat(patrick) Greene. I just moved to Brooklyn a few days ago. Mark said I should look you up. I'm staying Williamsburg with some friends until the end of the month. I'll have a place in Greenpoint for the month of February.I had a show on Rollins radio in Orlando for seven years, it was called Jazz in the Bible Belt. It was an experimental jazz show. I also ran for mayor of Orlando two years ago. My slogan was "I don't want to talk about it." enough about me
Pat Greene
former Orlando Mayoral hopeful hearsayu@hotmail.com

andrea tomberg

I am looking to buy a collection of these early hip hop flyers - if anyone is interested in selling a bunch - contact me at andrea@tomberg.net

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