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Cookie-Dough Guest Mix 9 with Reverend P
Welcome to the Cookie-Dough Guest mix where we invite some of favourite DJ / Producers to answer a few questions and dig deep into their collections and put together a mix of their favourite records.
For this episode we buzzing to have the man behind Motown Party and long-standing resident DJ at Djoon Club, Paris Patrice Larrar aka Reverend P.
Nice one Brother P!!
Ste & Terser
A bit about Reverend P…
Born in the mid 70s, he started his pro DJ career in the early 90′s, spinnin acid jazz & hip hop in Paris most exclusive clubs such as le Palace, les Bains Douche & What’s up bar.
He has spun at New York clubs such as Shelter (invited by Timmy Regisford), Cielo (invited by Louie Vega), Avalon, nublu, Saphire & Pink Elephant (with the Animal House Crew)…
Resident DJ of Club Djoon since 2005 and of the Motown Party for almost 10 years he has shared the night with legends such as Danny Krivit, Dimitri from Paris, Joey Negro, Norman Jay, Nicky Siano, Tony Humphries…
He created Animal House party, label & band, in collaboration with Alex Finkin & Jocelyn Mathieu, producing the amazing Soulful House record ‘Those days Are gone’ on Vega records.
1. Hi-Gloss – You’ll Never Know
2. Sylvester – Was it something that I said
3. Diana Ross – It’s My House
4. Gladys knight – If You need somebody
5. Merry Clayton – Emotion (DJ Reverend P Edit)
6. Teddy Pendergrass – I Can’t leave your love Alone
7. Pam Todd & The Exchange – Let’s Get together
8. Stevie Wonder – Sir Duke
9. Undisputed Truth – I’m a Fool For You
10. Double Exposure – Everyman (Joe Claussell Remix)
11. Womack & Womack – Baby I’m Scared
12. Teena Marie – I Need Your Lovin’
13. Salsoul Orchestra – Runaway
14. Double Exposure – My Love Is Free
15. Stevie Wonder – Do I Do
16. Eddie Kendrick – Goin’ Up in Smoke
What was the first record you bought that made you realize that you wanted to be a DJ
Let’s take it this way, back in 1982, my uncle from Montreal gave me a walk man with the brand new Michael Jackson Thriller LP on tape. At the time their was a delay before records were released in france. So i got to be the first of my classroom to have the player and Thriller the sound spread from the headphones to the birthday parties, we were playing almost the whole album that was the party highlights, we were a dancing 9 year old class room, and we loved to dance… as far as i can remember, i always enjoyed selecting the music for my friends since then, and it came naturally through the years… This is for the DJ Part, producer came later.
What record makes you most nostalgic?
Flamenco Sketches – Miles Davis on Kind of Blue
What is your favourite end of night record?
I do change a lot, it’s music i love to, if their is one i used a lot it’s E.W.F. – Fantasy (Blaze edit) it is almost meant to be last record of the party, the way it buds and the way it ends….
Do you have a guilty pleasure record?
David Koven – Charlie Turquoise
What is your most treasured piece of vinyl?
Stevie Wonder – Songs in the key of life