"I Scream Scone!" Improvijazzation Nation Review
I want to send a big thanks out to Improvijazzation Nation and Dick Metcalf aka Rotcod Jazz for this review of Adam Scone "I Scream Scone!"
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Adam Scone – I SCREAM SCONE: There are some days when nothin’ but that good ol’ Hammond B3 will “do it for me”; I’m sure that’s the same for many of you as well, and if you’ve “gotta’ have it”, Adam’s wonderful playing will sate your longings, especially on tunes like Adam’s original opener, “What People Do“… this one surely brings back fond memories of Jimmy Smith’s mid-’60’s performances. Adam’s all original title track, “I Scream Scone!“, is just brimming with the kinda’ jazz energy we used to live for back in the ’60’s, too… all the players are on the beat… an absolutely killer tune. It was the late-night blues-cellar ambience of his closing original, “The Last One“, that got my vote for personal favorite of the eight offered up… you can bet I’ll be in touch with the promoter to make sure we get any & all releases by Adam! I give him a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, with an “EQ” (energy quotient) rating of 4.99 for this fantastic high-energy album. Get more information, and watch a video on this album (among others) at the Rondette Jazz label page. Rotcod Zzaj - Improvijazzation Nation