- You Got to Funkifize
- What Happened to the World That Day?
- Down to the Nightclub
- You're Still a Young Man
- What Is Hip?
- So Very Hard to Go
- This Time It's Real
- Will I Ever Find a Love?
- Soul Vaccination
- Time Will Tell
- Below Us, All the City Lights
- Don't Change Horses (In the Middle of a Stream)
- Willing to Learn
- Only So Much Oil in the Ground
- I Won't Leave Unless You Want Me To
- You're So Wonderful, So Marvelous
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The Very Best of Tower of Power: The Warner Years based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
'Doc' Kupka gets hip to Tony Adamo's "What Is Hip" "I love Tony's version of "What Is Hip?". He evokes the beatnik-bongo days of my youth and gives a whole new slant to a hard-charging funk tune. Congrats to both Tony Adamo and Jerry Stucker!" Stephen 'Doc' Kupka, Tower of Power co-founder www.strokeland.com www.myspace.com/tomyrocadamo Strokeland Record Artist Tony Adamo "This Time It's Real" Tony Adamo and producer Jerry Stucker have re-imagined two classic Tower of Power hits in a fresh, hip, and icy cool style that you've just got to hear. Just released is Tony's hot new remake of the classic Tower of Power tune "WHAT IS HIP?" and it's available TODAY for download as an MP3 file. Strokeland's own Stephen Kupka, the Funky Doctor, plays on the track along with jazz great Eddie Henderson on trumpet. Already released here on Strokeland is Adamo's cool rendition of "THIS TIME IT'S REAL", another great classic Tower of Power tune. This smooth, funky arrangement by Jerry Stucker, covered by Strokeland Records artist Tony Adamo, was written by Tower of Power co-founders, Stephen 'Doc' Kupka and Emilio Castillo. Mic Gillette, who has arranged and recorded on six Adamo/Stucker songs, wrote a funk show-time arrangement for this new cover and laid down the brass. Tom E. Politizer of TOP was brought in for the lead solo, and Doc Kupka, the Funky Doctor himself, anchored the horn section. www.strokeland.com