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By the early '80s, disco had gone back underground, and no one kept the beat spinning like Larry Levan, of New York's Paradise Garage. Collecting signature cuts from the DJ's sets, including his own iconic edits of songs like Peech Boys' "Don't Make Me Wait," Journey Into Paradise offers a snapshot of the soulful cutting edge of that era's dance music. Alternating lush, starry-eyed jams with sparse, percussive workouts and springy electronic funk, it's a feel-good tribute to Levan's unerring instincts and trailblazing tastes.

Biography

Born: June 21, 1954 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Neglected by many because of his early death and lack of recordings, Larry Levan is one of the seminal names in dance music, a legendary inspiration during the 1970s and '80s. Influenced by David Mancuso's Loft parties, which presaged disco by more than five years, Levan took his cue and transferred those communal vibes to clubland with one of the most famed night spots ever, the Paradise Garage. For more than ten years, Levan's garage style was a wildly eclectic mix including any tracks (or parts...
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