Podcast #42: Tall Paul On Residencies, Bootlegs & UK Retro Clubbing

Phil Morse | Read time: < 1 min
Club/Festival DJing Pro Tales From The Dancefloor
Last updated 29 November, 2019


Tall Paul was one of the biggest UK DJs of the 1990s, made famous originally via his residencies at Turnmills in London. In fact, his Turnmills Friday night “The Gallery” is still running (nowadays at Ministry of Sound). He toured America and the world, has an Ibiza residency, and scored a couple of huge hits, not least Camisra’s “Let Me Show You”.

Changing times, family, burnout and a loss of direction all took their toll on Paul in the 2000s, as his passion for music warped into business commitments, and he stepped back for several years. Recently however, spurred on by the revival of interest in 90s UK clubbing, he has returned to the studio and to gigging regularly. In this episode of Tales From The Dancefloor, he shares his the story of his ups and downs.

• Find out more about Paul on his official site and Facebook Page.

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