Steve Doman | You Seem to Be a Verb

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You Seem to Be a Verb

by Steve Doman

Gifted vocalist and musician Steve Doman performs a jazzy R&B arrangement of “You Seem To Be a Verb”; composed by venerable Cleveland music scene icon Denny Carleton, and inspired by a quote of Buckminster Fuller.
Genre: Jazz: Soul-Jazz
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Gifted vocalist and musician Steve Doman performs a jazzy R&B arrangement of “You Seem To Be a Verb”; composed by venerable Cleveland music scene icon Denny Carleton. Steve’s eclectic influences range from Django Reinhardt to the Small Faces, and he has demonstrated his diversity in collaborations with members of the Choir, Peter Panic, Raspberries, and Pere Ubu. A long-time friend, kindred spirit and collaborator, singer/songwriter Denny was inspired by a concept of the legendary Buckminster Fuller to realize Fuller’s vision in a “pop” format with “You Seem To Be a Verb."

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