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VariousRed Greg – The Sounds Of Gregory Carmichael ... CD
P&P, Late 70s/Early 80s. Used ... $6.99
Incredible grooves from the third corner of the P&P triangle – the legendary Greg Carmichael, a man who was as important to the sound of the New York underground as Patrick Adams and Peter Brown! Carmichael worked heavily with Adams back in the day, and he's got a way with a groove that's right up there with the best of P&P – spacey sometimes, funky at other moments – always with a cutting-edge approach to club that's way different than mainstream disco of the 70s! This 2CD set is the first real retrospective of Greg's contributions to the scene – and although some of the names here are familiar from other projects, the whole thing sounds incredible as a unified, extended package. Titles include "Space Disco", "Freak With Me", and "Dance & Shake Your Tambourine" by Universal Robot Band; "Better Days", "Unity Sing It Shout It", and "Soul Disco" by Tony Aiken & Future 2000; "Finders Keepers" by Shiek, "Lady Bug" by Bumblebee Unlimited, "Making Love" by Sammy Gordon & The Hip-Huggers, "We Don't Allow" by The Invitations, "I Can't Stop Dancin" by Conversion, "I'm Caught Up" by Inner Life, and "Bust That Nut (downtown mix)" by Poopee & The NY Squirrels. CD

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✨✧ VariousMaster Of The Masterpiece – The Very Best Of Patrick Adams ... CD
P&P, 1970s/Early 80s. Used 2CD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The first collection ever to track the genius of Patrick Adams, the legendary producer who had a huge influence on 70s soul – starting with group harmony in the early part of the decade, and running through classic club in the latter half! These days, Adams is best-remembered as one half of the legendary P&P Records team (Peter Brown was the other half) – but this set starts before his P&P years, and begins with a range of great singles from the early 70s that Adams' warm touch on harmony vocals – then moves into a batch of even hipper uptempo disco tracks! The package pulls together work from a wide number of labels, all to showcase Adams' even wider range of talents – and it's great to have all this work together in one collection! 2CD version features 18 tracks in all – titles that include "I Need Love" by Daybreak, "Surrender" by Black Ivory, "I Just Want To Spend My Life With You" by Pete Warner, "You Believed In Me (parts 1 & 2)" by Executive Suite, "Kings & Queens" by Patrick Adams Institute, "I Need Love" by Daybreak, "It Ain't No Big Thing" by Donna McGhee, "My Baby's Got ESP" by 4 Below Zero, "Dance Dance Dance" by Marta Acuna, "In The Bush" by Musique, "Weekend" by Phreek, "Atmosphere Strut (1979 rmx)" by Cloud One, "Lady Bug" by Bumblee Unlimited, "Flying High" by Cloud One, "Everybody Wants My Body (rmx)" by Sandra Herring, and "Come & Make Me Feel Good" by Shades Of Love with Katherine Joyce. CD
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✨✧ Various7 X 7 = Funk – The Funky Side Of P&P Records (7 X 7 inch box set) ... 7-inch
P&P/Traffic, 1970s. New Copy 7x7" ... Out Of Stock
A great little set – one that's filled with rare funky tracks from the P&P Records empire of the 70s – most of which are a lot more obscure than their disco classics! The package is amazing – a heavy box that contains seven 7" singles – all original replicas of mighty rare P&P projects – presented with their original a and b-sides completely intact! As with 12" singles on P&P, the music is always plenty funky, but often in really weird ways – odd instrumentation and production techniques that mark the music as different from most of its contemporaries – really visionary work from the team of Peter Brown and Patrick Adams. We hadn't heard a lot of these cuts before, so the box set is totally essential to us – and singles include "Mini Skirt" and "Greatest Debt To My Mother" by Henry Brooks, "What It Looks Like" and "Black Ice" by Sons Of Darkness, "Do The Funky Donkey" and "Who's Gonna" by Otis Turner & The Mighty Kingpins, "I'm Gonna Fool You (voc, inst)" by Ella Hamilton, "Determination" and "Shake Off That Dream" by Eddie Owen, "Funky Thing (parts 1 & 2)" by Sons Of Darkness, and "I've Been Working" and "Only September" by Wild Honey. (Funky 45's, Funky Compilations) 7-inch, Vinyl record

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