PROBLEMS

by Singing Adams

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violet fire Firstly, it must be said I have always instantly loved music that Steve Adams creates, in every permutation whether its Hofman, Broken Family Band or Singing Adams - & this album is no exception. It's a little less polished but no less an album because of it. It's heartfelt, raw and emotional - a brave serenade to a difficult break up. I've spent 16 years (crikey) listening to Steve Adams music and in an immense body of work to be immeasurably proud of - he is yet to disappoint me. Favorite track: You And Me.
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about

This is Steven Adams' solo record, originally released in 2005 on The Track & Field Organisation.

It was recorded by Timothy Victor and the songs were performed by Steven with help from TV, Joel and Phil Morris (from the fine, underrated band Candidate), Gill Sandell (Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo), Piney Gir and other assorted pals. The cover features artwork by David Shrigley.

Steven says:

"This came about because I had some songs that didn't feel right for The Broken Family Band. I'd somehow managed to get some grant funding from the PRS Foundation to spend however I liked, so I asked TV to help me make an album.

"It's basically a document of where my head was at that time; I'd just moved from Cambridge to London and was partying pretty steadily, holding down a job and an increasingly busy band.

"I couldn't listen to it for a long time, but now I think it's one of the best things I've done."

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released November 28, 2005

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Singing Adams London

We are no longer at it, but we will always have been:

Steven Adams, Matthew Ashton, Melinda Bronstein and Michael Wood

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