Friday, June 2, 2017

MusicDish Review: Jazz Singer Tony Adamo's Music Video "Rain Man"

The interesting fact about Tony Adamo and the New York Crew is that everybody in the band has got big ears all the way back to New Orleans and ancient-forward into the ever-evolving Multi-New Thing. Teamwork kept their CD in Jazzweek's Chart Top 200 List since its release, a totally unheard of phenomenon for jazz-spoken word collaborations. Adamo and the New York crew released these eleven tracks that are consist of unique vocal solos.

Tony Roc Adamo has gained recognition in recent times as a significant spoken-word artist who often pays tribute to classic musicians in his talking over a heated groove. However one should never take for granted his abilities as a singer and a songwriter.

"Rain Man" reminds listeners that he is a top-notch singer too. With the support of organist Wayne Delacruz, guitarist Chris Pimentel and drummer Barry Schiffman, on "Rain Man" Tony Roc Adamo sings about lost love. He tells about the unexpected breakup of a love affair, pleads for his girlfriend's return, and asks the rain man to please rain love on him. The band grooves behind him, Pimentel takes a guitar sol,o and the soulful and funky jazz blends in perfectly with his singing. A special treat of this video are the colorful graphics which add to Tony Roc Adamo's story and make viewing "Rain Man" into a memorable experience.


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