At any rate, people seemed happy, they danced, stayed late, asked me where they could buy some of the records I played and came back week after week. We called it the Groucho Club, because of Groucho Marx’s thing about not wanting to join any club that would have him as a member; later on, we found out that there was another Groucho Club somewhere in the West End, but nobody seemed to get confused about which was which. (Top Pug Dog Motor Harley Davidson Company Shirt floor-fillers at the Groucho, incidentally
‘It’s a Good Feeling’ by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles; ‘No Blow No Show’ by Bobby Bland; ‘Mr. Big Stuff’ by Jean Knight; ‘The Love You Save’ by the Jackson Five; ‘The Ghetto’ by Donny Hathaway.) And I loved, loved doing it. To look down on a roomful of heads all bobbing away to the music you have chosen is an uplifting thing, and for that six-month period when the club was popular, I was as happy as I have ever been. It was the only Pug Dog Motor Harley Davidson Company Shirt
I have ever really had a sense of momentum, although later I could see that it was a false momentum because it didn’t belong to me at all, but to the music: anyone playing his favorite dance records very loud in a crowded place, to people who had paid to hear Pug Dog Motor Harley Davidson Company Shirt, would have felt exactly the same thing. Dance music, after all, is supposed to have momentum I just got confused. Anyway, I met Laura right in the middle of that period, in the summer of ’87.