Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Tony Adamo Movin' Day

A mighty hip thanks to my music producer of my last three Cd's(Miles Of Blu/MOB/Tony Adamo & The New York Crew and the unreleased Tony Adamo & The NY Commission) Drummer Mike Clark. You got the top New York musician's to play on my music. I'm forever grateful to you. Tim Ouimette wrote arranged played mixed and mastered my music. Yo Tim, thank you beyond. Lenny White played on Gale Blowin' High and mixed Tony Adamo & the New York Crew. A hip thanks to you Lenny. Michael Wolff & Richie Goods brought their super talent to my music and words. Thank you both. Thanks to all the radio stations who had the courage to dig my music with all the spins for Miles of Blu/MOB and Tony Adamo & the New York Crew... I'm movin' on to nu music and less spoken word. Workin on some tracks with Roger Smith of Tower Of Power fame. Dig my nu music in 2016 for sure. B hip.

Thursday, October 15, 2015


For my friends Mike Clark & Michael Wolff/Internet Music AD By Adamo/

Tony Adamo Buddhist Blues

Buddhist Blues is another total ad-lib and improvised music work of art. On this cut I call Mike Clark the Scorsese of music producing. Clark called me the De Niro of ad-lib spoken word The great horn man Donald Harrison was added later.
Published on Sep 27, 2015 Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

Picasso At Midnite Tony Adamo

Picasso At Midnite Tony Adamo lyrics/Mike Clark & Tim Ouimette Music. Published on Sep 27, 2015/Provided to YouTube by CDBaby
On a recording date for Tony Adamo & The New York Crew. Mike Clark the great drummer and my music producer had a track to kill. Along with Tim Ouimette on Trumpet and myself and Clark. We nailed Picasso At Midnite in one take. A total ad-lib and improvised music work of art. A mighty thanks to Clark & Ouimette.

125FM/Art By Adamo

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Tony Adamo & TOP'S Roger Smith

I dug the music tracks today that Roger Smith (Tower of Power) is recording for me on the Mike Clark Brad Russell D&B recording. Beyond smokin and beyond funky kool. In the pocket tuff-n-nuf soul power. A mighty mighty hip thanks to Roger Smith, Doc Kupka and Steve Finch.
Tony Roc Adamo

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Tony Adamo & Alphonse Mouzon Talk About Jazz Radio

Alphonse Mouzon

to Jazz

I think all radio hosts should not be prejudiced by a CD or album cover or the song titles - but should listen to the music with open minds and ears. That's how you discover NEW
MUSIC by old and new artists. Miles Davis even stopped playing standards. Too many new and established artists are recording and playing Jazz STANDARDS in order to procure radio airplay. I've only recorded 3 standards by Sonny Rollins and Miles Davis on all of my releases because I composed all of my own music that represents my various music visions. Jazz Radio is not growing because it's predicated on playing mostly jazz standards to justify themselves as being a Jazz Radio. Jazz artists and Jazz Radio should be about growth and moving forward. Artists have to start believing and standining by their own compositions and stop being pressured to record standards for AirPlay. It sound be about NEW MUSIC.

I wrote this news 7/28/13/ Tony Adamo/

Tony Adamo Reloaded Thanks to Miene Smith @ JazzTimes

Tony Adamo & The New York Crew/
A Mighty, mighty hip thanks to Miene Smith of Jazztimes for reloading Gale Blowin High/
Lenny White Drums/ Tim Ouimette Trumpet/ Donald Harrison Alto Sax/ Richie Goods Bass/ Michael Wolff Piano/ Bill Summers Percussion/Music produced by Mike Clark/ Lyrics by Tony Adamo/ Vocal Hipspokenword

Tony Adamo & The New York Crew Music Review/JAZZIZ MAGAZINE

Friday, October 2, 2015