Ché Zuro and Tisa Adamson | Soak

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by Ché Zuro and Tisa Adamson

"...evoking Led Zep's acoustic side, but with a beguiling twist of femme-pop." -Falling James, L.A. Weekly
Genre: Pop: California Pop
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1. 9-11
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2. Pack of Lies
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3. Road to Recovery
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4. Every Little Raindrop
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5. Hombre Mio
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6. There You Go
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7. Heavens Gate
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8. Taken
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9. River of Life
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10. Silence Grows
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11. Jailed
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12. Gray
3:32 $0.99
13. Roses
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14. Everybody's Changing
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15. Just Another Day
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16. Change the Way I Pray
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Album Notes
Ché Zuro and Tisa Adamson recorded "SOAK" on July 14, 2001, at Hallenbecks General Store Studios in North Hollywood, CA. Tracks include songs from Ché's solo recordings, "10,000 Jalama Road", "Welcome Home", and next years studio release, as well as tunes that will more than likely never be recorded in the studio.

Ché and Tisa met when their mutual friend Brie Howard Darling (Boxing Gandhis, Jimmy Buffett, Carole King) organized an all-girl band to tour Tahiti! (The band was appropriately named "TROUBLE," and also included the amazing Liza Carbé (Incendio, Book of Storms, Vixen) on bass guitar and vocals.) After the adventure was over, Ché and Tisa put Trinity Street together, with the two of them perfecting their Beatlesque harmonies and honing their songwriting skills.

They have received honors in both the John Lennon Songwriting Contest ("Daddy Had To Go To Heaven") and The Billboard Songwriting Contest ("Blue Skies"). These songs can be found on Ché's solo cds, "10,000 Jalama Road" and "Welcome Home" respectively, available here at

Tisa, primarily a keyboard player, picked up the guitar a few years back and asked Ché if she could sit in with her at a gig or two. Now Ché seldom performs alone (unless it's in snow-country!)! They continue to pen great tunes and have a blast at their various gigs all over the place.



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David Bruce

EXCELLENT -- this is music, not production!
I've now known Che for over three years, and have been awed each time I've witnessed her and Tisa perform. Needless to say, I'm thrilled with this release (I was also lucky enough to be in the audience the night it was recorded). Instead of repeating myself with writing accolades (which are well deserved), the best thing I can say about Che & Tisa live is fun. They have fun, and sound like they're having fun, which translates to the audience having fun right along with them. If you can't get to see Che live, but this disc... if you have seen Che live, buy this disc... Anyone who's a fan of good songs, good vocals, pure music without overdubs, this is the disc for you (also, the hidden track, "Fragile Girl," is hysterical)! I can't say enough good things about this artist. Do yourself an aural favor, and buy this disc.

Beverly D

Timeless Classic
I bought this album years ago - and I still love it, still play it frequently. The melodies are catchy, the lyrics are very clever, and the performances, both guitar and vocals, sheer delight.