Patrick Cowley :: Afternooners

Patrick Cowley initially made his mark as one of the pioneering sound architects of the Hi-NRG San Francisco disco sound,  crafting hits with  Sylvester, famously remixing Donna Summers' "I Feel Love," and founding his own imprint, Megatone Records, to release jammers like "Megatron Man" and "Menergy," an unabashed celebration of gay club culture. Cowley was an early student of the synthesizer,  founding  the Electronic Music Lab at City College of San Francisco, and he drew on his electronic expertise in the late '70s and early '80s, crafting soundtracks for Los Angeles . . .

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