Peter Brown’s P&P label is possibly the most collectible of all the Disco-era independent labels. The distribution was always patchy, the records would often appear out of nowhere and then disappear equally fast. Many of the artists were one-off productions or working under hastily conceived pseudonyms.
In short, P&P has all the ingredients of the perfect label for diggers everywhere with records still being discovered some 40 years later. Little is known about Marta Acuna but plenty is known about the production team of Patrick Adams and Lonnie Johnson who were just way ahead of everyone else on this spacey Disco jam from 1977. It’s been consistently popular on the cooler dance-floors for the last 20 years but suddenly the 7″ has sprung into demand. A mint copy isn’t far off £100 these days, so it seemed a good time to finally make the 7″ available again.
As per usual, this will be on the original 7″ P&P label and mint (which is near impossible to find these days). Always handy to have a guaranteed banger on a crisp 7″ pressing and that P&P label looks so good. Black Vinyl in P&P Disco Sleeve.