08/16/11 By Tony Adamo
San Francisco Bay area singer/songwriter Tony Adamo delivers some of his best work to date
Uploaded by MusicDishTV on Aug 15, 2011
San Francisco Bay area singer/songwriter Tony Adamo delivers some of his best work to date with his remake of Tower of Power's “Groove Therapy.” “Groove Therapy” is a cut from Adamo's CD Straight Up Deal, and this is a vibrant, earthy track with a definite 70s feel and all the funk you can handle. The horn section features members of the original Tower of Power horn section, and Tony smoothly delivers the “therapy,” musically speaking, that is. The “doctor” is definitely in the house. With crisp music, a nice guitar solo break, and the band at the top of their game, “Groove Therapy” comes together in a style that most can only envy. Adamo seems to have fun with this track with his deep, sultry, and commanding voice, and the expertise from the horn and percussion sections put the song into overdrive
A mighty thanks to MusicDish for the Vid review. “Groove Therapy" is not a cover of a Tower of Power song. I wrote Groove Therapy for my Cd, "Straight Up Deal" Peace and kick-ass,
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