Blue Monday – Johnny Adams

Had a hard week and a heavy weekend? Overdone the sipping and stodging?
Don’t worry Johnny Adams is here with his soaraway Soul to soothe those jangled nerves.

Johnny Adams – Reconsider Me.mp3


10 Responses to “Blue Monday – Johnny Adams”

  1. Mighty fine PM and just what’s required – Monday or otherwise.

  2. Planet Mondo Says:

    Thanks Davy – Johnny may be back this Thursday.

  3. Woah! I thought I’d jumped to my page by mistake…

  4. Planet Mondo Says:

    What this Page?

  5. Alright already.

  6. why have i never heard of him – this is ace – what else should i get?

  7. Planet Mondo Says:

    Well, I’ve only got this track and three others.

    ‘I Want To Walk Through This Life With You’
    ‘In A Moment Of Weakness’
    ‘Lonely Man’

    But all are belters

  8. nice … just the ticket after a mighty weekend at mondo towers

  9. Planet Mondo Says:

    Always a top time having the Bleechy massive docking on Cloudbase Mondo. I was a bit ‘foggy’ monday morning though, after tucking away 18 bottles of Kasteel Cru, and hoovering up the red wine over the weekend.

  10. The Johnny Adams Story Says:

    The Johnny Adams Story is about a man, his music and a lifelong struggle to become free. Free from a corrupt music industry that often times denied legal counsel, worked hard to keep many black entertainers under their tight control and ultimately robbed them and their families of earnings and royalties that were rightfully theirs.

    Travel back with us now to a time when great artists like Johnny Adams were just getting started and learn the truth about what it meant to be black, uneducated and truly gifted during the 50’s and 60’s… a time when some of the greatest music ever heard was sung to a nation and some of our most gifted black artists struggled for just a small taste of equality.

    The Johnny Adams story may shock you; it may even anger you; but one thing is certain…it will inspire and teach you that even when it seems the whole world is conspiring against you; that love is still the binder that holds the pages of life together.

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