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Wow! One of Jim Feldman's many interpretations of Trocadero's fab mirror ball cluster. The small white lights that hung all around the cluster could dim and brighten as well as chase in horizontal and vertical directions to the exact beat and nuance of the music.


Ever wonder where so much of the energy came from? Shown here, is what you never see when the dance floor is filled. Those dots from the mirror ball cluster spinning at full volume were what helped wind the crowd up to the many peaks of the evening.

In the area around the cluster can be seen several of the tweeters that hung down from the ceiling above the dance floor to give that perfect rain down surround sound that was a trade mark of Trocadero.


On the left is Abel talking to Trocadero staff and family member David Caruso a great event promoter and a man who really knew how to party. David was one of the many reasons the Trocadero Transfer was so successful.


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