Archive for February, 2013

Episode 26

The Jeff Adams – For Real ® Podcast Episode 26

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More music than talking this week, again. Tunes this week included “If I Only Had A Brain” (Arlen/Harburg 1939), my original song “Future Perfect” as performed live by Frozen Pop in January 1994 (special thanks to the original players – George, Chris, Carlyn and Dennette), and “Earth Angel” (first released by The Penguins in 1954). My post episode cover of the week was my hurried attempt at Van Morrison’s “Moondance” (ca. 1970) followed by another of my originals entitled “Childhood Dream”, with special thanks to Chris McDonough.

Episode 25

The Jeff Adams – For Real ® Podcast Episode 25

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A little asteroid observations, and talk on driving while under the influence of pot. Then, a never-before heard original, “The Hidden Obvious”, followed by a new, fun rendition of my tune “All She Wrote”. I ended the episode with a traditional 20th century folk (rock) classic, “I Know You Rider”. My post-episode porch-swing cover song was “Dust In The Wind”, written by Kerry Livgren.

Episode 24

The Jeff Adams – For Real ® Podcast Episode 24

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Here’s some more of me just being me. I observe. I complain. I persevere in the face of intense adversity. My original music this week includes, “Dysfunction”, “Something Else”, “Just What It Is”, “Feel The Light”, and “Could It Be”. My post episode porch-playin’ cover song was “Layla” written by Eric Clapton and Jim Gordon, released by their band Derek and the Dominos in 1970.

Episode 23

The Jeff Adams – For Real ® Podcast Episode 23

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Free from your friendly neighborhood Jeff Adams, is another episode. First, I played that tune I’ve been sort of experimenting with…I guess I’m calling it “That Freedom Tune” right now – and then I sort of went darker. The song “Anyway” isn’t so dark, per se, just the circumstances surrounding my having written it; that song is on my second album (click on Albums and Songs), but the version on this episode is distinctly more acoustic and rustic – with a little overdubbing fun. “Meadow” was in memory of a miscarried child. “Time To Go” I wrote in memory of my grandfather. Of course, my post episode encore this week was my acoustic live rendition of Paul McCartney’s “Yesterday” from 1965 – the most covered song in history.

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