|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||One Hello / It's Over Now||2||Audio||1982|
|3||It's Over Now||2||Audio||1982||WEA|
|4||It's Over Now||2||Audio||1982||Carrere|
|5||Gimme A Witness||2||Audio||1982||WEA|
|7||A Movie Star||2||Audio||1980||WEA|
|8||A Movie Star||2||Audio||1982||EDIGSA|
|9||Don't Drink My Wine||2||Audio||1986||New Records (2)|
|10||The Best Of Bernie Adam||19||Audio||2013-11-01||Musiques & Solutions|
|11||I'll Be Strong||2||Audio||1984-07-10||Fair-Play Records|
|12||You're A Raver||2||Audio||1983||Melody|
|13||A Movie Star (Estrella De Cine)||2||Audio||1983||Melody|
|14||I'll Never Go||2||Audio||1986||New Records|
Bernie Adam records his first solo album, including the hit “Movie Star”, in 1980. He leaves EMI, where he was a label manager for the Rondor catalogue, at the time the second catalogue worldwide in the publishing business, after Screen Gems. “Movie Star” reaches N°16 in Italy, and the album sells on both sides of the Atlantic, doing pretty well in Mexico and South America. The hit “It’s over now” will come in 1982, followed by a handful of singles, till 1985. In the meantime, mostly with Thierry Noritop, he will write and produce songs and records for other artists, and advertising companies. They also produce several concepts, including “Stereo” and “The Sixties”, in which they perform most of the music and vocals. Up to now, he’s still working in the music business, with various TV channels and radios around the world, and from time to time, with his old mate Thierry.
Bernie Adam is now available on iTunes & Amazon... 2013 remastered from the original master tapes.