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Terry Farley (2005)

Interview by Bill Brewster, Frank Broughton, Rock's Backpages audio, 23 February 2005

The pioneering House DJ tells the whole story, from a tin bath in Notting Dale to Shoom and beyond: his youth in Slough; discovering the club Crackers; the soul all-dayers and weekenders; the warehouse scene and rare groove; the dawn of House and Ecstacy; the opening of Shoom; his and Andrew Weatherall's Boy's Own fanzine; Danny Rampling; the emergence of the superstar DJ... and House's longevity.

File format: mp3; file size: 117.9mb, interview length: 2h 02' 50" sound quality: ****

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