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If I were to describe who I am, it would not just be that I am DJ Domo – the Blues Mix Master.I would also add that I am in love with music. In fact music is my inspiration and my life.Music also helped me go through a difficult period in my life when I suffered from cancer. I cherish music, especially blues however I have also projects for soul and funk music and not just for that.When I was younger I used to listen to rap and hip hop, just like most of the young generation does.I also used to be interested in rock n roll, country, house, dance and reggae.I can practically say that I was interested in all kinds of music.But the blues genre was the one which really inspired me.That is why I decided to specialize in this type of music.I love what I do, and I work hard as it as it gives me so much satisfaction and pleasure.I take pride in my compilations, and I invite you to listen to my mixes so as to share my passion and dedication for this genres with me.

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http://www.tunedloud.com/2016/08/10/award-winning-blues-mix-master-dominik-kwolek-hq-blues-compilation/'

Kwolek’s interest in the blues is a serious thing, as he hunts down and tracks the best this genre has to offer. Often he finds hidden gems that nobody else has thought of or has already forgotten. Kwolek has mixed compilations containing legendary artists such as John Lee Hooker, Big Bill Morganfield, Sonny Boy Williamson II, Muddy Waters, Albert King, Howlin’ Wolf and Buddy Guy. And if that’s not enough, Kwolek has dug up songs that go as far back as 1929.

Some of his mixes include historical recordings such as: Big Bill Broonzy – “See See Rider” (1934), Mississippi Sheiks – “I’ll be gone, long gone” (1931), Charley Patton – “A Spoonful Blues” (1929), Leadbelly – “Where Did You Sleep Last Night” (1944). If you want an introduction to the blues, you’ll love hearing these groundbreaking songs and will always remember them like your first kiss.

jamsphere.com/news/dominik-kwolek-dj-domo-the-blues-mix-master





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https://bluesdj.wordpress.com/




About me:

In fact music is my inspiration and my life.Music also helped me go through a difficult period in my life when I suffered from cancer. I cherish music, especially blues however I have also projects for soul and funk music and not just for that.When I was younger I used to listen to rap and hip hop, just like most of the young generation does.I also used to be interested in rock n roll, country, house, dance and reggae.I can practically say that I was interested in all kinds of music.But the blues genre was the one which really inspired me.That is why I decided to specialize in this type of music.I love what I do, and I work hard as it as it gives me so much satisfaction and pleasure.I take pride in my compilations, and I invite you to listen to my mixes so as to share my passion and dedication for this genres with me.


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