Adam Lomeo

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.

Julia Barry 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 a nice challenge as far as getting our voicings and textures to blend, but I think we nailed it. The engineers made my Larivee acoustic sound incredible, everyone loved my good old 1947 ES-350 with a little vibrato effect, and at the very end as the only overdub of the day we tracked my fake japanese Les Paul Gold Top with lots of delay and little dirt through the studio’s Riviera combo.

Ronen Itzik was phenomenal on the drums and it was great to work with my frequent collaborator, bassist John Lenis. We were also expertly guided by producer David Steinberg.

Producer David Steinberg working at a great SSL Board!

Producer David Steinberg working at a great SSL Board!

I’ll be sure to post again when the EP is released!

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 Mark Dann Recording in Tribeca and our engineer was Rich Lamb. Check the link for a great article about Rich’s unique career as a full-time freelance “Nomad” Engineer. Here is a picture from the session.

Photo from "Just For the Love" Session

Great Musician of the Week

Posted on July 14th, 2013 by adaml

Gene Bertoncini: I’ve been hanging out with Gene a lot lately, and its been so great for me to re-connect with this true master of the guitar. I really can’t say enough about Gene as a player, arranger, teacher, and just all around great person. Although Gene is widely regarded as one of the very top nylon-string jazz guitarists of all time, part of me wishes that Gene’s playing and approach to the music could reach an even wider audience. I cannot think of another guitarist who has played with both Benny Goodman and Wayne Shorter!

I’d also like to share that Gene’s new album, Reunion, is simply outstanding. Joined by  Michael Moore, Mike Mainieri, and Joe Corsello Gene plays some lines and ideas that are unbelievably fresh and the blend of the guitar and vibes is really a treasure.

Adam with Gene Bertoncini
Sitting in with Gene Bertoncini at Ryan's Daughter

Welcome to my Blog

Posted on July 6th, 2013 by adaml

I’ll be posting here about my gigs, recordings, projects, and also sharing about other great music and musicians!