Hip male vocalists are a rare breed, which is why I wanted to help promote a swingingly hot release by Tony Adamo. This guy makes you glad you’re a jazz fan, and his latest disc, Miles of Blu, is tribute not only to the music, but the attitude of Miles Davis. Below are a sample of reviews. A review here is coming the 15th.
“Tony, Just did some listenin’….You sound like you,…solid. Best thing I can say to any singer or musician.” Giacomo Gates -
“With Miles of Blu Tony Adamo has created a new genre: “HipSpokenWord.” His powerful, relevant inventions float over groove concocted by master drummer and producer Mike Clark and supported by a host of stellar musicians. Miles of Blu illuminates the path to true hipness!”THE JAZZ CHILL CORNER -
“Sort of a deconstructed Miles Davis Birth Of The Cool amped up to the new millennium. Tony Adamo is much in the same way as Miles, a visionary.” @CriticalJazz
Get the disc from www.randomactrecords.com You won’t be disappointed.
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