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United States United States. DJ since Apr 5, 2009
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salondelynn via@smaclaren: "Ralph Towner & Paolo Fresu 'The Sacred Place'." (reblip)
salondelynn I don't know if you heard this the other day when Lily turned 73 (that makes me feel really old) @ellendiane
salondelynn great avatar rb@xtranguy: "Burn Paris, Burn" I'd like to see it first... (reblip)
salondelynn Diablo Swing Orchestra – Ballrog Boogie via@xtranguy
salondelynn The Coconut Monkeyrocket via@changosvoladores: "rb ;) @xtranguy: "– Fad Machine" (reblip)
salondelynn KC & The Sunshine Band - Keep It Comin' Love (my first record album) via @fxp123
salondelynn Paul Oakenfold ◉ Pile Driver via@fried_chikn: "you're like ice on a desert" (reblip)

paul oakenfold- pile driver

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salondelynn The Dancing Stalactytes ⨏ Messer Fur Frau Muller (Second Hand Dreams) thanks to @PennyDreadfulsNightmareJuice & @xtranguy (reblip)
salondelynn Cat n Dolphin @backtoback Dolphin n Cat (why does the cat get top billing?

Cat n Dolphin

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salondelynn Peter Gabriel : Sledge Hammer : @fried_chikn

Peter Gabriel Sledge Hammer (HQ)

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salondelynn Antonín Dvořák : New World Symphony - Part One: 4th Movement, Dublin Philharmonic, Conductor Derek Gleeson
salondelynn ~Get in dere!~ I don't know what kind of wobbling he's talking about, But I love this song. (reblip)

Gospel Wobble by RIFICA

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salondelynn Brian Eno & David Byrne – The Jezebel Spirit
salondelynn Max Raabe Palast Orchester – original Charleston
salondelynn Max Raabe & Palast Orchester – Oops ... I Did It Again
salondelynn Life on Mars? Britney Spears – Oops I Did It Again
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