for his first outing on rnt, parisian soul-slinger reverend p brings his signature reverent touch to a tasty edit 4 pack. the a-side comes in hot with the well-worn but ever-funky feel the heat- then finishes sweet with strong enuff, reworking an often overlooked soul burner. on the flip we have the crooning and swooning late-nite vibes of the way you get me followed by soul fire, a clever bit of edit cheekiness that s sure to turn some heads and move thembootays!
our parisian edit friend reverend p hits us with a 4 track ep loaded with some serious boogie and disco heat. concentrating on the sounds of gladys knight (a side) and george duke (b side), reverend p decided to edit em not once but twice...ouble action = double fun :) the a-side tracks are two uptempo numbers with gladys while the flip comes with one mid tempo boogie tune and a high energy disco cut from mr duke. solid gamm material for anyone down with the more soulful sounds of disco!
following on from the massive finger edits release in october last year we are thrilled to welcome back reverend p for another home run on basic fingers. the a-side *angels in africa* is a deep and soulful uptempo number. the smooth percussion infuses softly with its modern synth textures and provides the perfect backing to bumping in your 85 pontiac parisienne. on the flipside the good reverend is offering another rework so tasty your dancefloor will be munching out of the palm of your hand, *just in strawberry*.
basic fingers release no. 15 is patrice larrar aka reverend ps blisteringly good reworks of two very familiar voices. if this is not soul & disco seduction of the highest order we really do not know what to say. truly spellbounding stuff.
paris based dj and producer reverend p have been on the gamm radar for quite some time. but its not until now that we managed to get his wonderful edits released through gamm. spread out over two eps reverend p delivers soul, funk and boogie reworks that sets himself up there with all the big players on the edit scene. on part 2 you will find two killer edits of diana ross and merry clayton that together will please all the soul and boogie fans.
paris based dj and producer reverend p have been on the gamm radar for quite some time. but its not until now that we managed to get his wonderful edits released through gamm.
spread out over two eps reverend p delivers soul, funk and boogie reworks that sets himself up there with all the big players on the edit scene. on part 1 we find a hot selection of marvin tunes and a soulful chi-lites track.
deep & sweet house release on funk la planet. fine tracks produced by alex finkin & reverend featuring vocals from jocelyn mathieu. included an exclusive remix from distants very own boss jon cutler. playlisted by franck roger, louie vega, kerri chandler, quentin harris. a must have for all house fans seeking quality
keep blazin up is a hip house track that features a wicked organ catchy hook and acidic tones over a deeply thumpin groove in its original form dj rork adds an old school groove and twists the beats around nicely while fudge uses a funky 4/4 house groove and replaces the acidic tones with spacey keys and a lovely guitar riff
3 cds with the finest and rarest master! incl. the jacksons, harvey mason, marvin gaye, michael wycoff, gladys knight and the pipes, george duke, the isley brothers. includes unreleased edited versions by dj reverend p and a rare mix by tom moulton
3 cds with the rarest masters. teddy pendergrass, harold melvin & the blue notes, mfsb, the emotions, the tramps, jean carn, earth,wind and fire. selected by dj reverend p. including unreleased edited versions by danny krivit & dj reverend p and unreleased mixes by tom moulton & mike maurro
for a long time, vidal benjamin has been getting up early at the weekends. whether alone or in company, he digs his hands into various crates at record fairs, flea markets or in empty attics, to uncover records that have long been forgotten, ignored or even despised. among the small circle of parisian diggers, his reputation precedes him: it is he who finds and it is he who shares. it is not unusual that in his wake, one finds a certain record long lost, left behind as a special gift from vidal. he likes to share so that others may discover. and it is for that same reason that he regularly sleeps late, playing records in clubs at night, where he follows a similar path: altruistic, educational and festive. it’s no surprise, then, that his first compilation goes by the fitting title of disco sympathie.