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John Morales is a disco DJ and noted mixer/remixer of the eighties. Morales started playing records in his native Bronx, ending up playing in several of the Manhattan clubs. He started editing/remixing his favorite tracks to get himself longer versions to play at his gigs. He also experimented with editing medley's and much of his work ended up being pressed on acetates. This led to a career as a mixer/remixer for artists and groups like; Jocelyn Brown, Inner Life, Universal Robot Band, Musique, and Bumblebee Unlimited. In 1982 he teamed up with Sergio Munzibai and together during the 1980s did more than 450 remixes as M&M, this included work for; Rolling Stones, Dan Hartman, Shalamar, Odyssey, Aretha Franklin and others.




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