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Larry Levan Live @The Paradise Garage (Early 80s)

Larry Levan Live @The Paradise Garage (Early 80s)

Playing tracks by

Gayle Adams, Loose Joints, The Fantastic Aleems, Crown Heights Affair, THP Orchestra and more.

Larry Levan (born Lawrence Philpot, July 20, 1954 – November 8, 1992[2]) was a DJ who spun discs at the New York City night club Paradise Garage. The club has been described as the prototype of the modern dance club, because it was entirely focused on dancing, and was the first to put the DJ at the center of attention. He developed a cult following, who referred to his sets as "Saturday Mass". Influential US DJ François Kevorkian credits Levan with introducing the dub aesthetic into dance music. As Kevorkian, Levan experimented with drum machines and synthesizers which helped establish new electronic, post-disco sound.

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DJnervousnelly

Nice!

taj_johnson

So thrilled working with this my EAR’s. Happy happy that this is hear to transport us when. #larrylives #paradisegarageyall

Michelle Ferguson

The latest the greatest🔥🔥🔥🔥💯❤❤🙏🙏

CryDj
CryDj

Track list

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excel- en écoute & partage fb

Karima Johnson

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Tina Paul
Tina Paul

My exclusive photograph of Larry Levan in the DJ booth at Paradise Garage, NYC photo by ©Tina Paul 1986 All Rights Reserved * Please Credit Photograph *

The Maltese Massive

Wow, Tina! Hope you have been given due credit for snapping a key moment in the glorious history of dance music! Thanks for sharing such a significant moment! I'll be busy NY again soon, coming from the UK. Be wonderful to meet up & share a shot together & remember my own personal key moment in the history of dance music. Are you still in NYC?

Steven Brinlee

When New York was New York...and the nights were magic.

LordShatterproof

Cool recording

Gary J (Gazzz696)

are these Larry Levan live at Paradise Garage mixes that keep popping up actually really legit.. i mean it they all seam to include (in the 90 minutes or whatever) every massive Paradise Garage classic track played there.. what did he play for the rest of the night... come on..