Guy Cuevas Obsession

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Add to Wishlist. Guy Cuevas had followed Emaer to the Palace, and there his selection was the same: flamboyant. For the first time people danced all the time, not leaving the dance floor except for a quick trip to the toilets or the bar. Suddenly dancing became a lifestyle.

Emaer's inspiration for Le Palace was not just the crowd pressing more and more at the door to the Sept to hear Guy Cuevas, but a visit to New York in , in which he discovered Studio He was impressed and repulsed at the same time. The theater space, where the balconies were left intact, allowed le Palace more flexibility than Studio Fabulous balls were organized by designers like Kenzo and Karl Lagerfeld that rivaled any theater performances.

Emaer also continued his policy of mixing an interesting crowd. However, Cuevas reports that his DJing at the Palace was more conventional than at the Sept, largely because the financial stakes were so high. Prior to the opening, he actually made several trips to New York to study their rival, Studio Above all, he played what the crowd was waiting for, the things that were in fashion at the time, which means Disco!

Favorite track: Obsession Nassau Mix. Michael Feihstel. Michael Feihstel Beautiful, laidback classic that deserves a re-issue like this. It's all about the Nassau Mix for me. Ruairi Collins. Will Gluckin. Pieter-Jan Nuytten. Sean Brazier. Maximilian Klee.

Marco of Marseille. Aaron Hempsey. Dan Sharp. Andrey Chagin. Sean keating. Dan Storey. Nicholas Finney. Rez Lowe. Benny Pe. Eric Van Zanten. Leon tOKH. Sebastian B. As a DJ, he was known for a creative mix featuring the funk and soul of the Philadelphia Sound, along with his close connections to the world of high fashion.

Showing early promise as a writer, he was awarded a scholarship to a playwriting workshop created shortly after the revolution. In , Cuevas immigrated to France where he continued to write, sleeping on floors, and working odd jobs until he got his first job DJing at club Nuage.

Situated in the middle of the gay neighborhood near the Palais-Royal, Le Sept was one of the most exclusive clubs in the city with a restaurant on the ground floor, and a minuscule dance floor in the basement. He played the O'Jays, Billy Paul, Teddy Pendergrass and Marvin Gaye, as well as Salsa and Latin American music, and sometimes, "stuff that wasn't at all danceable, like Marilyn Monroe or bird sounds or tam tam, whatever passed through my head.

He liked to "break rhythms, surprise, innovated, dare, violate, even your ears. At night he'd put on his new discoveries. Guy Cuevas is a genius. Le Club Sept was only a rehearsal for what was to come.

From the opening night, Le Palace reflected the arrival of disco with Grace Jones surrounded by dry ice and shining roses, singing La Vie en Rose atop a pink Harley Davidson. It was the temple of a new style of music that caught the world by surprise Guy Cuevas had followed Emaer to the Palace, and there his selection was the same: flamboyant. For the first time people danced all the time, not leaving the dance floor except for a quick trip to the toilets or the bar.

Suddenly dancing became a lifestyle. Emaer's inspiration for Le Palace was not just the crowd pressing more and more at the door to the Sept to hear Guy Cuevas, but a visit to New York in , in which he discovered Studio Like the Paris-based Cuban's original '82 EP, this edition boasts three contrasting mixes.

First, you'll find the loose, languid and groovy "Nassau Mix", a sun-kissed fusion of leisurely boogie grooves and chanted Cuban vocals. Then, you'll find the horn-heavy "London Mix", which breaks out into an extended Latin percussion jam midway through. Naturally, both mixes are superb. Finally who's better than Jay Airiness brings his own disco experience touch on this classic. Get new release alerts Guy Cuevas Trad Vibe. DRM Free.