Insomniac Magazine’s founder, Israel, goes back to visit with an early mentor Bobby E. Davis at the S.U.R.E. Record Pool in the Bronx. Bobby has been responsible for breaking records in New York City since the late 1970s. Throughout the years, members of his pool have become the “who’s who” of the industry. He is also responsible for mixing many dance records since the early ’80s. This late 1990’s footage features Bobby talking about the origins of the pool, some of its impressive early members such as Afrika Bambaataa, and S.U.R.E.’s purpose.
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