Uploaded by MusicDishTV on Aug 9, 2011
Musician and singer Tony Adamo isn't afraid to tackle a classic and put his own spin on it, incorporating influences of blues, jazz, pop, rock, and many other genres. This master of soul brings back great old songs in a manner that can be appreciated by those who heard the originals and music lovers who are hearing the songs for the first time. With Adamo's remake of the The Beatles classic song "Eleanor Rigby," Adamo brings back memories while getting his pop infused with funk on. Adamo's voice breathes new life into the track, along with the innovativeness of the spoken word and a nice guitar solo to boot. "Eleanor Rigby" is from Adamo's new CD entitled, "What Is Hip?"
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