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Working at a prolific rate, Adams released the classic rock-influenced Rock N Roll (2003), after a planned album, Love Is Hell, was rejected by his label Lost Highway.As a compromise, Love Is Hell was released as two EPs and eventually released in its full-length state in 2004."He's one of the great Blue Note artists still out there playing," Was tells Overheard of Smith, who released an album of Beck covers in 2003."He's had a real creative spurt, and he's at the peak of his form," says Was.Smith's new album -- recorded over three days at Systems Two studio in Brooklyn, N.Y., with Was producing -- will be his first for Blue Note in 45 years, with younger players like pianist Robert Glasper and trumpeter Keyon Harrold as well as saxophonist Joe Lovano sitting in with Smith's band.After breaking his wrist during a live performance, Adams took a short-lived break, and formed The Cardinals, a backing band that would accompany him on four of his next studio albums.
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After obtaining his GED, Adams left Jacksonville for Raleigh, shortly followed by Mc Ilwean.
The Patty Duke Syndrome split in 1994 Following the breakup of The Patty Duke Syndrome, Adams went on to found Whiskeytown with Caitlin Cary, Eric "Skillet" Gilmore, Steve Grothmann and Phil Wandscher.
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Lonnie Smith -- the 72-year-old soul-jazz master of the Hammond B3 organ -- to the label.