Tuesday, Feb 23 2016 | 05:53
Image: 1602513 While being a rare Patrick Adams and Billy Nichols production, Mary Clark’s “Take me I’m Yours” has in
recent years become one of the most celebrated Disco tracks by contemporary Deejays. This borderline
Gospel-Disco Gem has all the elements of a timeless Disco Cut, a driving bass line, powefully arranged
strings and horns, but most importantly, a very soulful performance by Mary Clark. Like many of Peter
Brown’s “affliate” labels, little is known about them or the artists recorded. Originaly released in 1980 on
‘La Shawn’, it is rumored to have been no more than 200 records originally pressed, making this one of the
most sought 12 inches among collectors. However Leave it to someone like Dimitri from Paris who edited
and included “Take me i’m yours” on his “The Kings Of Disco” compilation from 2004 to give this virtualy
unknown song a new life and a whole new audience. Even as recently as last year, Mary Clark’s song of
“devotion” made it’s way into a BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix, courtesy of Floating Points, and frankly,
there’s probably not a bigger audience than that.

Side A Time
Take Me I’m Yours ............................... 7:54
Side B Time
Take Me I’m Yours (Instrumental) ................. 7:54 Available from 11.03.2016
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