1314 14 years ago


Old Skool
File info for Peter "DJ Stagecoach" Colon and Lenny "The Baron" Fontana on Club USB [9-13-90] Part 1 - Side A. Enjoy the memories.

Genre: Old School House
Length: 42 Minutes 57 Seconds
Bit Rate: 320kbps
Sample Rate: 44.1 KHz
Size: 98.34 MB

Comment: Here's another tape from my archives dating back to 1990 and it's an extremely RARE find!

Back in the days I used to do guest DJ spots on a show called Club USB that aired on WUSB 90.1 FM from the campus of Stonybrook University on Long Island (NY). The show was hosted by three great guys by the names of Papa Earl, Professor Mo and Doc Vic.

At around the same I used to trade mix tapes with other DJs from across the USA and Canada. One day I get a call in response to a classified ad I had in a Canadian DJ magazine called STREETSOUND from a NY DJ wanting to trade tapes.

Long story short, we get talking and he turns out to be real cool people so I invite him to come down to USB to spin with me. He eventually came down to the station a few times to spin his tunes and here's one of our sessions.

In case you were wondering, his DJ name at the time was THE BARON. Back then it was the norm for DJs to have nicknames and I went by the name of DJ Stagecoach. Any way DJ THE BARON, as Papa Earl would call him, was and still is none other than LENNY FONTANA! Yes the same Lenny Fontana who went on to become a world wide Super producer and International DJ of Mystery:)

Like I said this is a truly rare find as I am not aware of many tapes of Lenny on the wheels of steel from this early on in his career.

Now keep in mind that Lenny's actual name is not mentioned on the tape because he was spinning under the DJ name of The Baron at the time but rest assured, this is vintage sound of Mr. Fontana from back in the days.

I start off the set on this tape and Lenny jumps in on the 1200's at about the 30 minute mark with Soho's "Hot Music" and continues on a journey featuring the latest house tracks from 1990 interwoven with his classic Paradise Garage influenced style. Classic house at its best!!

This is the first part of the tape and side B will follow shortly. For now, sit back and enjoy the memories:)

PS - If anyone can identify the missing titles, feel free to let me know.


.01] ID

.02] ID

.03] ID

.04] ID

.05] ID

.06] ID

.07] Black Riot - Just Make That Move – West End (USA) [1990]

.08] ABC - How To Be A Millionaire – Mercury (USA) [1989]

.09] Tyree - Acid Crash – House Musik (USA) [1988]

.10] Deee-Lite - What Is Love? – Elektra (USA) [1990]

.11] ID

.12] Soho - Hot Music - United Sounds Of America (USA) [1990]

.13] ID

.14] ID

.15] Logic - The Warning – Strictly Rhythm (USA) [1990]

.16] ID

.17] MFSB - Love Is The Message (Tom Moulton Remix) - Philadelphia International (USA) [1977]


1 ID by ID
2 ID by ID
3 ID by ID
4 ID by ID
5 ID by ID
6 ID by ID
7 Just Make That Move by Black Riot
8 How To Be A Millionaire by ABC
9 Acid Crash by Tyree
10 What Is Love? by DeeeLite
11 ID by ID
12 Hot Music by Soho
13 ID by ID
14 ID by ID
15 The Warning by Logic
16 ID by ID
17 Love Is The Message (Tom Moulton Remix) by MFSB





love it man...