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Tom Cherry and Friends

by Tom Cherry

Easy listening with smooth guitar and a Soft Rock feel.
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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1. Sweet Honey
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3:32 album only
2. Driving to Lahaina
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4:22 album only
3. Have You Ever Seen the Rain
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4:20 album only
4. Ooh La La
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3:51 album only
5. Fool Such As I
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6. You & Me
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7. Watchtower
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8. What You Talkin' About
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9. In Da Gruv
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10. I Believe in Me
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Album Notes
Tom Cherry:
Born: Honolulu Hawaii
I just wanted to bring to everyone a little different kind of sound.
I started performing on Maui in 2002 with friends I met around the Island. My first instrument I originally played was the Viola but got bored and taught myself to play guitar. I went from surfing to snowskiing to windsurfing, which landed me here on Maui. My favorite musicians are Robert Cray, Marvin Gaye, Prince, Carlos Santana, Lenny Kravitz and of course Jimi Hendrix. It's hard to name everyone who's music I have enjoyed through the years. I've been performing at clubs and special events on Maui since about 2002. This Cd has a little something for everyone. A little Soft Rock, a little Soft Country, and of course a groove that we all can relate too. The title track "What you talkin about" I feel really sends a message about what our world is going through and how we can try and come together. I hope that you will enjoy this CD. And as I always say, "Life is a Wonderful Thing". Aloha Tom Cherry


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Congratulations on GrIndie Award
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Fine collection of Adult Contemporary Pop
Like a sunset on the beaches of Hawaii, “What You Talkin' About,” the new CD by Tom Cherry and Friends, offers all the warmth and comfort of a Hawaiian breeze over the course of 10 songs as engaging as they are relaxing. With a sound anchored deep in ‘70’s soft-rock waters, Cherry’s smooth-as-sand-pebble voice is right at home on light and breezy R&B like pop songs of love and romance, and the channels our emotions navigate. The CD opener, “Sweet Honey” has all the earmarks, with its accented guitar fills and funky bass style. Further along, such ‘70’s stalwarts as Michael Franks and Al Jarreau are convincingly conjured on tunes like “Driving to Lahaina” and “I Believe in Me” as Cherry and Friends mirror R&B / contemporary jazz veins of inspiration. “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” captures the milieu of the ‘70s era in a re-styling of the Creedence Clearwater hit, while the tender treatment accorded “Fool Such As I” shows Cherry at his relaxed best. Showing more adventurousness, Cherry re-works Dylan’s “Watchtower” in a jazzy, funk-bottomed rendition that’s fresh and respectful. Filled with hopefulness and affirmation, Tom Cherry and Friends’ “What You Talkin’ About” CD captures the mood and sound of another era to perfection, making it, in the process, a fine collection of Adult Contemporary pop for today's audience.