On 12/14/11 two icons of the funk world where in the recording studio recording music tracks for my new CD. The incomparable Stephen "Doc" Kupka from Tower of Power. Producing Doc's horn parts is legendary drummer Mike Clark, Headhunters. The funk was drippin' of the walls. Soul chlllin' and funk bumpn'. Now dig it. The next nite Steve Homan guitar,Mike Clark drums,myself vocals and hipspoken'word made Soul/Jazz history.In one take a song came out of nowhere to be some where.Dig the new CD in 2012.Peace soul and much power.Tony Roc Adamo
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