Growning up on music, both my father and my mother were big music listeners – my mother was into folk, jazz & classical and my father was a soul-man and also very much into the crooner music such as Frank Sinatra (hence my name). Also he was a singer but never made it big, he stayed a happy amateur.
When i was about 13 years old i started to buy and collect music – at first it was everything that sounded cool – cloud be; Blancmange, Heaven 17, Robert Palmer, Gary Nyman, Depeche Mode, Human League, B52 and Haircut 100.
Then at some point i discovered soul music and early rap, but i think it was the album ‘The Real Deal’ by The Isley Brothers, that sealed it for me! Since then (1982) i’ve been locked into soul music in all shapes and forms.
Cool MBeing young and collecting and buying music led me to make mixtape for friends and by that followed small DJ routines from time to time. I couldn’t afford a mixer, so i never really saw myself as a real DJ. Soul music never was the biggest genre in Denmark – and i have always been really strict on only playing soul and funk music so it was hard to get around it.
Years later, me and a good friend started a web site (soulportal.dk) focusing on soul, funk, jazz and R&B music – it was news flash, reviews and interviews about soul music and all the sub-genres. It became quite succesful over the years and it ran for about 7 years.
During that period I was asked to help a friend make a remix – a new world opened up to me. Immediately i was hooked on creating music. Quickly i had made my first song ever, it was ‘Naughty Girl’. That led to a remix from Rob Hardt and from that point we became friends and not long after the original line up was changed, to what it is today. That was in 2007 and now 8 years later we (Cool Million) have produced 4 albums and a couple of side projects plus more than 20 remixes for other artists.
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01.Broomfield - When Do I Go From Here
02.Surface - Happy
03.Spank - Oh Baby
04.The Controllers - One Girl
05.Bobby Womack - Through the Eyes of a Child
06.Dayton - You Should Be Dancin'
07.Loose Ends - Choose Me
08.The Jones Girls - Knockin'
09.Jeff Lorber - Step By Step
10.Change - You Are My Melody
11.Brothers Johnson - Funk It (Funkadelala)
12.Shalamar - I Can Make You Feel Good
13.Kashif - Stone Love
14.Bar-Kays - Nightcruising
15.Intrigue - Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
16.Angela Bofill - Too Tough
17.The Temptations - Standing On The Top
18.D Train - Keep Giving Me Love
19.The Isley Brothers - Real Deal
20.Smoke City - Dreams


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