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Queen is back to Palco Mundo 30 years after the first Rock in Rio, this time with Adam Lambert giving voice to the themes which Freddie Mercury originally sang.
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Following in the footsteps of your father is a difficult task, particularly if your father is someone as darkly gifted and idiosyncratic as Leonard Cohen. Adam Cohen, however, is sharp enough to avoid being pegged as a "new Leonard Cohen." That doesn't mean he establishes himself as an individual musical talent on his eponymous debut. Cohen does occasionally flirt with the somber poetry his father made famous, but his music is altogether more polished, sounding like smooth adult contemporary instead of haunted folk. That would have been forgivable if the songs actually said something. Instead, Cohen wallows in sophomoric poetry and insights that are far removed not only from his father's work, but most of his late-'90s peers. There is some promise in his melodies, as in "Tell Me Everything," but for the most part, Adam Cohen delivered his debut album before his talent had truly gestated.
In this Rhythm Makeover edition, Adam Levy presents his signature electric rhythm guitar techniques and creative approaches. Adam has been featured on recordings by major-label artists such as Norah Jones (her first three albums), Tracy Chapman (New Beginning) and Amos Lee (Amos Lee), and acclaimed indie artists such as Ani DiFranco and Anais Mitchell.
"ADAM at" is a Japanese instrumental band. This is their second full length album. The sound is more of a 70s-80s fusion featuring piano and guiar as its lead intruments. I think it is like Shakatak featuring Larry Carlton sound, belive it or not. A young emerging artist but has feel of traditional jazz rock element. Still pretty local, so I cant't find any English description about this unit. Hope some of you enjoy.