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Best Of P & P Records
Cat: PP 2002LP. Rel: 20 Aug 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Cloud One - "Atmosphere Strut"
  2. Cloud One - "Dust To Dust"
  3. Cloud One - "Disco Juice"
  4. Cloud One - "Spaced Out"
  5. Marta Acuna - "Dance, Dance, Dance"
  6. Cloud One - "Flying High"
  7. Margie Lomax - "God's Greatest Gift To Man Is Woman"
  8. Margo Williams - "God Save & Protect All The Children"
  9. Cloud One - "Don't Let My Rainbow Pass Me By"
  10. Golden Flamingo Orchestra - "The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us"
  11. Cloud One - "Happy Music"
  12. The Musicmakers - "Jump, Jump, Jump"
Review: Legendary New York disco producer Patrick Adams takes a trawl through the 1970s catalogue of his widely celebrated P&P Records imprint, picking out some of his favourite cuts - many of which are his own inspired compositions. There are plenty of tracks from his own Cloud One alias, including stone cold classics like "Atmosphere Strut", "Disco Juice" and the superb electro-boogie jam "Flying High" (one of the greatest synth-heavy cuts of the period), as well as such revered tracks as Mart Acuna's much-sampled "Dance Dance Dance" and the Musicmakers' thrillingly heady "Jump, Jump, Jump". Many disco diggers will be familiar with all of these already, but for newcomers The Best of P&P Records offers a great introduction to Adams' intoxicating world.
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The Master Of The Masterpiece : The Very Best Of Mr Patrick Adams
Cat: TEG 3307. Rel: 19 Sep 06
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Black Ivory - "Surrender"
  2. Day Break - "Everything Man"
  3. Black Ivory - "I Keep Asking You Questions"
  4. Pete Warner - "I Just Want To Spend My Life With You"
  5. Executive Suite 1 - "You Believed In Me Part 1&2"
  6. Patrick Adams Institute - "Kings & Queens"
  7. Day Break - "I Need Love"
  8. Donna McGhee - "It Aint No Big Thing"
  9. Four Below Zero - "My Baby's Got Esp"
  10. Marta Acuna - "Dance, Dance, Dance"
  11. Musique - "In The Bush"
  12. Phreek - "Weekend"
  13. Musique - "Keep On Jumpin'"
  14. Cloud One - "Atmosphere" (Strut remix 1979)
  15. Bumblebee Unlimited - "Lady Bug"
  16. Shades Of Love - "Come & Make Me Feel Good" (feat Kathrine Joyce)
  17. Cloud One - "Flying High"
  18. Sandra Herring - "Everybody's Wants My Body" (remix)
Review: The cleverly deceptive genius Patrick Adams was born March 17, 1950 in New York City. Some people are just destined for greatness and Adams was one of those. He wrote his first song at 12, made his first record at 16 and produced his first track at 17. It would take several more years for the world to realize his genius. In 1966 Patrick joined a neighbourhood group and they immediately auditioned for a role in "Up The Down Staircase". The boys won the part of the high school dance band and are featured in a segment of the Warner Brothers film. Two months later the guys, now known as "The Sparks," were signed to Curb/MGM. But after failing to chart the label quickly dropped them. The Sparks continued performing and touring together for four more years. Patrick's next success came the following year (1967) when he wrote "You've Got To Learn Something" for the children's show "Sesame Street". In 1970 Adams left the group to take a job as A&R Vice-President of Perception/Today Records. During that period he also worked as a sideman with numerous artists like Astrud Gilberto and Les Variations. In 1974 Patrick teamed up with Peter Brown to form P&P Records. The label was distributed by Morris Levy's Roulette Records and housed the sub-labels Queen Constance, Heavenly Star, Jay Star, Chocolate Star Records and many more. He also started PAPMUS his own production company. During the next four years, as disco was merging, Adams became a key figure in its growth scoring countless hits including: "Atmosphere Strut" with Cloud One, "My Baby's Got E.S.P." with Four Below Zero, and "Lady Bug" by Bumblebee Unlimited. 1978 was Patrick's breakthrough year. The infamous song was "In The Bush". "I did not sit down and invent the phrase "Push Push In The Bush" in a moment of meditative genius. I was in the recording studio looking for a chant to put on the chorus of this last hot track for the Musique album. I was thinking out loud of my older brother and his friends. Sometimes they would chant - "To The Bush". This was a reference to a dance club that they frequented. A true indicator of how times have change, the first time Patrick played the cut for his label head honcho Marv Schlacther yelled, "Patrick, I can't put that out!" After some serious discussion it was decided that it would be included on the album but not promoted as a single. About three weeks later, the cover story on Billboard Magazine was that about 600 radio stations were banning some naughty record called "Push Push In The Bush!" exclaims Patrick. The rest as they say is history. Over the course of the next three years Patrick Adams racked up an impressive 22 hits. As the disco-era changed, so too did Adams. In the 1980's he would lend his creative genius to such notable acts as Salt 'N' Pepa, Keith Sweat and Carol Lynn Townes. In the 1990's he helmed recordings by Eric B. & Rakim, Paul Lekakis and Morris Day. Patrick has received the ASCAP "Songwriter Of The Year" award three times. He has multiple Gold and Platinum record awards and at last his very own 'Best Of' collection.
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The Master Of The Masterpiece 2: More Of The Best Of Patrick Adams
Cat: TEG 3314. Rel: 24 Apr 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Bumble Bee Unlimited - "I Got A Big Bee" (original demo version)
  2. Inner Life - "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" (original demo version)
  3. Sine - "Happy Is The Only Way"
  4. The P Crew - "Nasty Rock"
  5. Center Stage - "Never"
  6. The P Crew - "Busy Body"
  7. The Tribe - "Jungle Rock"
  8. Sine - "Rotation"
  9. Bumble Bee Unlimited - "Everybody Dance"
  10. Universal Robot Band - "Dance & Shake Your Tambourine" (original demo version)
  11. Debbie Taylor - "No Deposit No Return"
  12. The Eight Minutes - "Looking For A Brand New Game"
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Spaced Out: The Very Best Of Cloud One (Record Store Day 2019)
Cat: PP 2004LP. Rel: 11 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Jump, Jump, Jump (10:21)
  2. Atmosphere Strut (7:57)
  3. Stomp Your Feet & Dance (10:17)
  4. Spaced Out (6:41)
  5. Disco Juice (6:55)
  6. Don't Let My Rainbow Pass Me By (4:41)
  7. Patty Duke (5:25)
  8. Happy Music (2:59)
  9. Doin' It All Night (3:46)
  10. Flying High (6:22)
Review: While producer Patrick Adams made many records during the disco era, none were more intergalactic in tone and synthesizer-heavy in execution than those he released under the Cloud One alias. Effectively an interchangeable studio band with Adams at the helm, Cloud One's two albums and umpteen singles were inspired, spacey and often deliciously eccentric - as this fine "best of" proves. The two LPs draw together stone cold classics and lesser-known album cuts (think "Atmosphere Strut", the brilliant "Disco Juice", "Happy Music" and deliciously out-there "Spaced Out"), as well as explore alternative versions, lengthy club cuts and anthems ("Flying High").
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P&P Records: Hits Hits Hits
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P&P Records: Hits Hits Hits (unmixed 15xCD box set)
Cat: PP 2000CD. Rel: 19 Sep 12
 
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