Adam Lomeo

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How High the Moon

Posted on November 9th, 2020 by adaml

Here is a modern take on the jazz standard made famous by Les Paul and played on an updated version of his signature Gold Top guitar. I wanted to embrace my electric side and also dig into some 20th century classical melodic runs and chord clusters. Guitar: Fibernare Basic Jazz Goldtop Recorded: Line 6 HX […]

Three Views of a Secret

Posted on June 6th, 2020 by adaml

Performance/Lesson on Jaco’s Mellow Fusion Masterpiece I first became aware of this song about a year ago. The extra practice time of the covid-19 lockdown was the perfect moment to really get comfortable with its many sections. I really love the gospel, pop, and jazz influences in this piece. Jaco and his Weather Report band-mates […]

Cruisin-Fingerstyle Guitar

Posted on May 17th, 2020 by adaml

I first played this song as a duo with my wife on vocals , but on solo gigs I started to work out this instrumental arrangement. Let me know how you like it and please subscribe! The video was shot in the old “dye house” at the Velvet Mill in Stonington, CT. Thanks! Adam Lomeo […]

Acoustic Chapel

Posted on March 20th, 2020 by adaml

My latest recorded project is a duo with pianist Daniel Rufolo. Dan and I have been friends since our undergraduate days at William Paterson’s jazz studies program.  Acoustic Chapel presents instrumental versions of well-loved hymns and spirituals from various Christian traditions. The duo of Guitar and Piano perform the songs in a reflective manner that enhances […]

Great Recording Session with Julia Barry

Posted on July 17th, 2013 by adaml

Near the end of June I had a great time tracking at NYU studios with singer-songwriter, Julia Barry. Here is a picture from the session. I really enjoyed recording Julia’s Music. It reminded me very much of Joni Mitchell, Carol King, and in a more modern sense Rebecca Martin. Her incredible piano driven harmonies posed […]

Just For the Love Recording Session

Posted on July 15th, 2013 by adaml

Last June I recorded my second album as a leader, “Just For the Love.” The album is made up of jazz standards and one original tune. There will be much more to come soon about this very exciting session and album to follow. I was joined by drummer Noel Sagerman  and bassist Sam Trapchak. We tracked at […]