Wednesday, May 30, 2018

“Resurrect Me” and “Now That You’re Lonely” by Skrizzly Adams – Song Reviews

     “Resurrect Me” entered the house of Indie Obsessive like a lightning bolt, generating a blaze around intertest in its origin - Skrizzly Adams of New Jersey. The blaze increased in intensity when it was fanned by “Now That You’re Lonely.”

     Adams’ voice has a soulfulness with a bluesy vibe, and his lyrics are poetic, eloquent and passionate. In “Resurrect Me,” the “Deadman walking” shout at 1:28 and the lyrical layering after the three-minute mark are features that we particularly enjoy.

     “Now That You’re Lonely” is a clearer demonstration of Skrizzly Adams’ range. He seems equally comfortable whether in the falsetto register or using a deeper, resonant voice. The song also includes a short harmonica solo.

     Skrizzly Adams is the moniker of Daniel Zavaro, a New Jersey-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. His other source of income is selling Skrizzly Adams Beef Jerky (CLICK HERE for information about the product).

     Quoting bio information:
  Skrizzly Adams says he wants to “make the Americana of the future.”  And, by all accounts, the future is now.  The New Jersey-born singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer has made name for himself by seamlessly blending elements of indie rock, pop, and hip hop – a nod to whom Skrizzly considers the Holy Trinity: Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Cash, and Kanye West.

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