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Best of Patrick Adams


Download links and information about Best of Patrick Adams by Patrick Adams. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Disco, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:25:28 minutes.

Artist: Patrick Adams
Release date: 2012
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Disco, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:25:28
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No. Title Length
1. Atmosphere Strut, Pt. 1 & 2 (featuring Cloud One) 9:23
2. Dust to Dust (featuring Cloud One) 4:25
3. Disco Juice (featuring Cloud One) 7:02
4. Spaced Out (featuring Cloud One) 6:35
5. Dance, Dance, Dance (Disco Version) (featuring Marta Acuna) 6:15
6. Flying High, Pt. 1 (featuring Cloud One) 6:24
7. God's Greatest Gift to Man Is Woman (featuring Margie Lomax) 5:11
8. God Save and Protect All the Children (featuring Margo Williams) 5:59
9. Don't Let My Rainbow Pass Me By (featuring Cloud One) 4:36
10. The Guardian Angel Is Watching Over Us (featuring Margo Williams) 6:51
11. Happy Music (featuring Cloud One) 12:26
12. Jump, Jump, Jump 10:21



Though Patrick Adams eventually became one of disco's most prolific and sought-after producers—helming genre-defining hits like Musique’s “In the Bush,” Inner Life’s “Caught Up (In a One Night Love Affair),” and The Phreek’s “Weekend”—he kept his finger firmly on the pulse of the New York underground that he emerged from. While he was devising elaborate arrangements for major-label artists, Adams would perfect his own stripped-down brand of disco minimalism at P&P Records, a small, indie Washington Heights imprint that Adams ran with the help of multi-instrumentalist Peter Brown. The productions that Adams and Brown crafted for P&P featured simple, propulsive bass lines and liberal application of reverb and echo. This surreal, dreamlike atmosphere made the most of Brown and Adams' spacious arrangements. P&P released scores of 12” singles during the disco era, and this set does an admirable job of distilling this massive output into a handful of essential tracks, including Cloud One’s mesmerizing “Atmosphere Strut” and Marta Acuna’s Latin-tinged disco raver “Dance, Dance, Dance."