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Patrick Peter Owen Adams, March 17 1950, Harlem, New York City, New York, US is an American musician and music producer best-known for the songs In the Bush and Keep on Jumpin'. During the disco era, he produced and arranged for the the New York-based Salsoul and Prelude recording labels and their various studio acts such as Jocelyn Brown, Loleatta Holloway, Leroy Burgess) and bands (The Universal Robot Band, Logg and Musique).


During his career Patrick has had over 300 of his songs recorded and he have been involved in over 1000 recordings. He is the winner of 32 Gold Records.

Early career

In his early career he worked with Sister Sledge, Black Ivory, Loleatta Holloway, Main Ingredient, Shannon, The Spinners, Inner Life, Cloude One, Gladys Knight, Skipworth & Turner, Candi Staton, Eddie Kendricks, Herbie Mann, Bumblebee Unlimited, Phreek, Universal Robot Band, Michael Narada Walden, Ace Spectrum, Rick James, Cloud One and Bruni Pagan.

Later career

More recent acts mentionable for example Coolio, Cathy Dennis, Keith Sweat, Teddy Riley, R. Kelly, Eric B & Rakim, Salt-N-Pepa and Shades of Love. He have also recently worked with the legendary vocalist Jeanie Tracy. Rainbow Brown's great "'Till You Surrender" was covered in 1997 by the UK DJ Joey Negro as "Surrender" and by Rainbow Connection. He gave this great classic a new up to date sound with vocals by Taka Boom, who happens to be best friends with the singer of the original - namely Fonda Rae.

In 1997, Patrick received the ASCAP Songwriter of the Year Award for the third time and for the second year in a row. In 1997 he got it for "Keep on jumpin'" and in 1996 he was honored for the Number 1 dance song "Keep in touch (Body to body)" by the Shades of Love.

Cathy Dennis' remake of the classic Patrick Adams/Greg Carmichael penned and produced "Touch me (All Night Long)". It became a #1 hit single for her in 1991 and Patrick and Greg received the 1992 ASCAP Songwriter of the Year Award for this remake.

His work for P&P Records with Peter Brown has been compiled on the Disco Juice compilations, which featured cult classics such as "Atmosphere Strut."

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