MP3 Adam Lopez - The Revolution Starts @ Home
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Everything from low-down soul, sway blues, and acoustical grooves. Motown meets Hendrix.
19 MP3 Songs
URBAN/R&B: Soul, Sway 70's Rock
The Revolution Starts @ Home Songs
Adam is a 28 year old life long musician from southern California. He is the merchandise of a rich musical bloodline and is a atavistic to the days of the socially conscious and diverse singer songwriter's he grew up with. People like Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, and Marvin Gaye who were equally in touch with a protest song or a love song.
Adam is a rare find in these times of irrelevant and dishonest pop music, and we hope to share him with you and the rest of the world.
His brutally honest lyrics and soulful voice defy general classification.
His guitar is it's own unique voice as well, often let by his mastery of the lap slide guitar.
"[email protected] : The Story" By Adam Lopez
This album was the result of one of those extremely prolific and merchandiseive periods in my musical life. The whole album more or less wrote itself and was recorded and concieved in about 3 months. In that time I wrote at least 2 dozen songs, met the cats that would become the Bored of Education, found myself personally and spiritually, and ultimately planted my artistic roots that I had been cultivating all my life.
Having been born into a musical bloodline and playing guitar basically all my life, I don't know what it's like to NOT be a musician, but with that gift came the turmoil and aprehension of commitment.
I've always worked very hard to find "my sound" as most musicians do I think. But it finally got to a point where I realized that I was actually trying too hard and was taking one step back for every step foward. I wasn't putting myself and my music out in the open to share with people because the sound was never quite ready to be heard. The next great thing was always around the corner so I wouldn't share what was there now.
Then one day I woke up and realized everything I had been striving for was there all along.
My own sound had never NOT been there, but my outlook and ideas of what it was that I was supposed to be doing had been blinding me and keeping from my ultimate goal :
True Soul Music.
I realized it was time to stand up tall and be who I am. To walk my own path and speak my own mind.
To not give a damn what people would think.
The day that I woke up with that realization is the day that this whole album unfolded and became it's own being.
It's definately "Lo-Fi" by today's standards, and it's without doubt "unpolished" by those same standards as well. But those standards aren't mine. They are the standards of a business whose real goal is to make a profit.
My goal is to be the best communicator that I can via music. To be as honest and as true to myself and my musical heritage. To give music lovers an alternative to the make they're are forcefed via t.v. and radio.
And to prove that "real" music didn't die when many of my heros died.
Marvin, Jimi, Bob, etc...
This album is my heart and soul exposed.
May it find a place in yours.
The Revolution Starts @ Home is a must have for those longing for true soul music that rocks.
The CD is accompanied by the [email protected] 15 page book as well. It's a 5.5" x 8.5" and filled with pictures, Adam's thoughts, and complete lyrics. All typed out in font sizes that you won't need a magnifying glass to read.
Get your copy now, and join the Revolution!
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