Live repertoire

 

LIVE REPERTOIRE

 

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WENDY BOULDING & ADAM LEVIN 
 

Wendy on vocals, pianos, synthesizers, organ, and sampled strings, brass, flutes, bass & drums
Adam on pianos, synthesizers, organs, vocals, and sampled guitars, strings, harp, flutes, basses, tuned percussion & drums

Originals

Covers





A Place in my Heart
(Levin) Beatles: In My Life
Do You Feel It?
(Levin-Pellicciaro)
Lady Madonna
Do You Want To Be With Me
(Boulding)

Penny Lane
Don’t Make My Heart Afraid to Dream (Boulding)

She’s Leaving Home
Don’t Want to Be Wrong Again (Levin-Ptasznik)
Phil Collins: Against All Odds
Emily
(Levin)

You Know What I Mean
Every Time I Hear Your Voice (Levin-Ptasznik)
Randy Crawford: Imagine
Everything She Needs (Levin)
Peter Gabriel with Kate Bush: Don’t Give Up
Feathers Everywhere (Boulding)
Genesis: Cuckoo Cocoon
Feeling What I Feel (Levin-Stoller)
Gentle Giant: Memories of Old Days
Guardian Angel (Levin)
Steve Hackett with Randy Crawford: Hoping Love Will Last
Hold A Vision (Boulding) Elton John: Someone Saved My Life Tonight
I Stare Into the Face of Beauty (Boulding) King: Supernatural
If I Gave You My Heart
(Levin-Stoller)
Maroon 5: Sunday Morning  [#2]
Ivory Tower
(Levin)
Corinne Bailey Rae: Put Your Records On
Keep Walking (Ode to 9/11) (Levin)
Todd Rundgren: Hello It’s Me
Land of the Free
(Levin)
James Taylor: On the 4th of July
Let It Go  [#2]
(Levin-Stoller)
Brian Wilson (Beach Boys): Don’t Worry Baby
Midtown Meditation  [#2] (Boulding)

God Only Knows
Our Perfect Love
(Levin-Stoller)
Stevie Wonder: Creepin’
Say It  [#2]
(Boulding-Levin)
So Alive  [#2]
(Boulding-Levin)
Something in the Way (Levin)
The Lucky Few (Boulding)
Thinking of You (Levin-Ptasznik)


Under Your Spell (Elizabeth's Dream) (Boulding)


Walking on Thin Ice
(Levin)


Walls Start Falling (Levin-Stoller)
Why Do You Love Me Right Now? (Boulding)


Words on the Wall (Levin)


Young Love (Boulding)


 
BRENDA HETTMANSBERGER & ADAM LEVIN
with Wendy Boulding
 
Brenda on vocals, keyboards and percussion
Adam on vocals and keyboards
Wendy on vocals and keyboards

 

Originals     Covers  
         
Emily (Levin)   Beatles: In My Life
In Your Eyes (Levin)     Lady Madonna
Still (Levin)     Penny Lane
Waiting for Me  [#2] (Hettmansberger-Levin)     She's Leaving Home  [#2]
Walls Start Falling (Levin-Stoller)   Peter Gabriel: Don't Give Up
Words on the Wall (Levin)     Family Snapshot
      Wallflower
    Genesis: A Trick of the Tail
      Afterglow
      Burning Rope
      One for the Vine
    Gentle Giant: Memories of Old Days
    Elton John: Someone Saved My Life Tonight
    Todd Rundgren: Hello It's Me
 
 
Ellen on vocals, guitar and percussion
Adam on vocals and keyboards
 
A Different Page  (Levin)
All Caught Up in Nothing
 (Levin-Ptasznik)
Baby Why  (Weiss)
Bigger Than Both of Us  (Weiss)
Chains of Glass  (Weiss)
Every Time I Hear Your Voice  (Levin-Ptasznik)
Family Portrait  (Levin)
Fear Release Me  (Weiss)
Hurricane  (Weiss)
If I Gave You My Heart  (Levin-Stoller)
I'm a Dancer  (Weiss)
Ivory Tower  (Levin)
Let It Go  (Levin-Stoller)
Toe the Line  (Levin)
Words on the Wall  (Levin)
 

VALERIE GOMES & ADAM LEVIN

 

Valerie on vocals and guitar

Adam on vocals and piano

 

All Caught Up in Nothing  (Levin-Ptasznik)

Do You Feel It?  (Levin-Pellicciaro)

Don't Let It Bring You Down  (Young)

Every Time I Hear Your Voice  (Levin-Ptasznik)

Gift of Life  (Gomes)

If I Gave You My Heart  (Levin-Stoller)

Illusions  (Gomes)

Ivory Tower  (Levin)

Jerusalem  (Gomes)

Life Unkind  (Gomes)

Love Again  (Gomes)

Mystic Moon  (Gomes)

No More Words  (Levin-Ptasznik)

Not Coming Home  (Levin)

Nothing Stays The Same  (Gomes)

Oh Lord  (Gomes)

Riverside  (Gomes)

Somewhere Back in Time  (Gomes)

Stormy Monday  (Walker)

Suspended  (Gomes)

Tired of Pretending  (Gomes)

Turn Another Page  (Gomes)

Walking on Thin Ice  (Levin)

 

ADAM LEVIN & PETER STOLLER

 

Adam on keyboards and vocals

Peter on vocals

 

Emily  (Levin)

House on a Hill  (Levin)

In Your Eyes  (Levin)

Let It Go  (Levin-Stoller)
Modern Mind  (Levin-Lobell)

Our Perfect Love  (Stoller-Levin)

Stand Up  (Levin-Stoller)

Too Far  (Levin-Stoller)

Walls Start Falling  (Levin-Stoller)

While Sunlight Slipped Away  (Levin)

 

ADAM LEVIN

keyboards, vocals & percussion

 

(Selected solo repertoire)

 

As Sunlight Turned to Dusk  (Levin)

Chrysalis  (Levin)

Chrysalis  (Levin-Lobell)

Dance Steps  (Levin)

Fanfare  (Levin)

Eyes on the Prize  (Levin)

Finding a Way Back Home  (Levin)

For the Love  (Levin-Stoller)

Giant for an Hour  (Levin)

Groundless  (Levin)

House on a Hill  (Levin)

In My Heart  (Levin-Ptasznik)

Intrigue  (Levin)

Islands, Part One: Pandora’s Box  (Levin)

Islands, Part Two: Needle’s Eye  (Levin)

Islands, Part Three: Testament  (Levin)

Ivory Tower (excerpt)  (Levin)

Lying in my Sleep  (Levin)

Mantra  (Levin)

Not Coming Home  (Levin)

Pathwork  (Levin)

September  (Levin)

Stand Up  (Levin-Stoller)

Still as Young as I’m Old  (Levin)

Things Left Unsaid  (Levin)

Too Far  (Levin-Stoller)
Walls Start Falling  (Levin-Stoller)

 

 

Who says accessible music can't be intelligent?  We're not talking Philip Glass or Aaron Copeland here.  Nor even Charles Ives..
 
Wendy Boulding and Adam Levin share a background of classical piano training and pop music listening. Wendy from the world of American soul and jazz, Adam from the less straightforward world of European ("progressive") art rock, or jazz- and classical-rock fusion, and the "psychedelic" movement that ushered it in.
 
What happens when you combine the two?  Musical adventure or chaos?  Passion or cerebralism?  Or just indigestion?  Well, you get original songwriting collaborations like "So Alive" and "Say It".  Remakes of Beatles and Peter Gabriel songs.  Along with other songs and diverse instrumentation Wendy and Adam are presenting.  You even get obscure, unlikely covers like "Hoping Love Will Last" -- a heart-rendering "belter" that can't decide whether it's pop or "prog".  Can't it be both? 

 

And who says a band needs more than two people?  In this age of workstations and state-of-the-art sound production, keyboardists Wendy Boulding and Adam Levin create a full group sound with double keyboards and vocals.  No instrumentation is spared in their live execution of Wendy’s R&B and Adam’s jazz-rock originals, or their impeccably faithful re-creation of ambitious, rarely covered pop songs.  Close your eyes and it’s all there… basses, drums, percussion, strings, brass, reeds, even guitars – along with pianos, organs and synthesizers.  As is, of course, Wendy’s soulful, virtuosic lead singing and embellishments and Adam’s pristine, supportive vocals and harmonies.  And, to boot, Wendy’s natural showmanship, chemistry and communication with an audience, during and between songs, shines through – often with spontaneous, hilarious results.  In short, a fun time is had by all, audience and performers alike.  In this comfortable, intimate setting, the bond between audience and artists is especially present – and evident in the audience’s enthusiasm and interaction with the performers.

 

Wendy and Adam’s new, live repertoire is more accessible, soulful and groove-based (not to mention fully produced) than ever before.  They kick it off with I Stare Into The Face of Beauty, Wendy’s funky ode to newfound love, combining her powerful vocal with her jazz piano playing.  Keeping up that energy level, they launch into Maroon 5’s soulful Sunday Morning, a recent hit with shades of Stevie Wonder (and written, coincidentally, by Adam Levine!)  That’s followed by the similarly spirited Hello It’s Me, Todd Rundgren’s classic pop hit, complete with rich vocal harmonies and embellishments.

 

The barometer drops several notches with Under Your Spell (Elizabeth’s Dream), Wendy’s melodic and lush romantic ballad about the unrequited love of – of all people – Queen Elizabeth I.  This open song plays like an open letter.  Continuing on that lyrical theme (minus the Queen), Wendy and Adam present their collaborative jazz ballad Say It.  Not one to disappoint, Wendy follows up her heart-rendering vocal in this song with yet another tasty, improvisational piano solo.

 

From romance to rat race (or the sublime to the ridiculous), they offer up the Beatles’ Lady Madonna with jangling, Fats Waller-style piano and a full horn section (speaking of fat).  As if to find relief, it’s followed by the lush and tender Hoping Love Will Last, a wistful ballad written, surprisingly, by Genesis alumnus Steve Hackett (note its guitar) for soul singer Randy Crawford.  Yet, it could almost pass as an Adam Levin song written as a vocal showcase for Wendy Boulding, who transforms it and truly makes it her own.  (As one observer wryly noted, "Steve Hackett and Randy Crawford's collaboration on 'Hoping Love Will Last' is where Adam and Wendy's musical backgrounds merge.") 

 

What would you do if someone was spreading baseless rumors about you?  Well, if you were Adam Levin, you'd write about it in the catchiest pop song of your life.  And if you were Wendy Boulding, you'd talk him into performing it with you and dispell those rumors in the process.  The result?  A Place In My Heart (If You Don't Know By Now).  Sometimes reality wins out over imagination.  Even in songs.  And bringing us a different slice of reality, and closing the set, is So Alive, Wendy and Adam's powerful, first songwriting collaboration inspired by the New York City Marathon, alive with Latin percussion and more improvisational piano soloing by Wendy.

Set two opens with Wendy's upbeat Midtown Meditation, a picturesque portrayal of Wednesday in Manhattan.  Adam's wailing organ solo improv helps capture the frenetic, funky city landscape described in the song.  That's followed by the equally festive On the 4th of July, a recent James Taylor song (which explains the presence, once again, of acoustic guitar!)  The song has a distinct flavor of Brazilian jazz.  That jazz element might explain why Wendy and Adam chose that particular song.  From the poetic romance of 4th of July to its darker, flip side, Wendy and Adam present the romantically cautious Don’t Want To Be Wrong Again, a jazz-rock romp written by Adam with Canadian writer Anne Ptasznik, with a hint of Anita Baker and Burt Bacharach and more rich vocal harmonies.  That’s followed by another “wishing” song, Imagine.  Here, John Lennon’s peace anthem gets the full, Wendy Boulding treatment (by way of Randy Crawford), rendering it one of Wendy’s most passionate performances in the show (or ever!)

 

Getting away from that glossy idealism, they follow it with the bitter realism of Ivory Tower, Adam’s percussive, swinging jazz shuffle reminiscent of Steely Dan, and a cluster-vocal showcase.  In further contrast, Wendy takes on singers Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush in Gabriel’s classic Don’t Give Up, a melancholy but encouraging portrayal of family survival in the face of unemployment and homelessness.  During it, Adam stands in for his “cousin” Tony Levin on roving bass (as well as pad synthesizer), and Wendy rises to the occasion by delivering a powerful gospel-style performance on both piano and lead vocal.

 

Reflecting a happier time and place, Wendy and Adam next perform the novelty item of the show, Penny Lane, from the Beatles’ ambitious “Sgt. Pepper” period.  In the tradition of Beatles tribute (impersonation) bands like Fab Faux and Strawberry Fields, Wendy and Adam pull out their keyboard chops and deliver a fun and impeccably faithful representation of the song’s originally recorded instrumentation and arrangement, right down to the piccolo trumpet solo (ala Wendy.)

 

Getting back to Planet Boulding-Levin, Wendy takes the vocal reigns once more with Feeling What I Feel, the perennial R&B pop ballad written by Adam with Peter Stoller, now enhanced with full, live production.  From vintage to “virgin” material, Wendy and Adam get political again with the new, poignant Land of the Free.  It’s Adam’s poetic answer to Imagine – as well as a veiled, post-election lament and rallying cry that’s ultimately hopeful, even optimistic.  However stirring or eloquent the song might be, Wendy’s yearning vocal embellishments really say it all.

 

Bringing us full circle and back home, the set closes with Wendy’s song Feathers Everywhere, an affirming, spiritual tale – and with a surprise ending that is as tongue-in-cheek as the music is “aurally delicious”, as one listener described it.  Does it get any better?

 

Well, maybe.  As a “bonus”, Wendy and Adam indulge the house in a game of “Stump the Band”, spontaneously breaking into audience-requested songs, including ones that neither of them have ever performed (but, hopefully, have heard).  This weekly ritual confirms the impression that there isn’t a song that Wendy hasn't heard or is unwilling to sing or play (and even dance to) at least once.  And sometimes the audience even joins in.  Why was ear training never this much fun back at the conservatory?  And in case anyone doesn't want to leave, Wendy occasionally winds the audience down by gracing them with some of her earlier originals like Sparkles, Mr. Capricorn Moon, I Wished for Snow, or Don't Make My Heart Afraid to Dream.  We'll try not to.  There's even the "obligatory" Coffee Boy, a tongue-in-cheek portrayal of coffee-making at coffeehouses.  If we can't hear it there, where can we?

 

So come and decide for yourself whether accessible music can be intelligent. And whether intelligent music can be passionate. Or just get coffee. Where's Leonard Bernstein when we need him?

 

-- Rob Myman  

 

 

Past original works performed

 

Title

Composer(s)

Lyricist(s)

Performer(s)

A Different Page

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Ellen Weiss & Adam Levin

Nicole Charbani & Adam Levin

A Place in my Heart

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

All By Myself (with You)

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin, Annette U-Bet & Caitlin Franklin

Adam Levin & Caitlin Franklin

All Caught Up in Nothing

Adam Levin

Anne Ptasznik & Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Valerie Gomes

Adam Levin, Valerie Gomes, David Brooks & Don Turner

Adam Levin, Valerie Gomes, Ellen Weiss & Marc Landesberg

Adam Levin, Ellen Weiss, Marc Landesberg & Jay Mark

As Sunlight Turned to Dusk

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

As Young as I’m Old (instrumental)

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Awakening:

I. Awakening

II. On the Run

III. Destined

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Beyond and Back

Adam Levin

Michael Scranton

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Chrysalis

Adam Levin

Joe Lobell

Adam Levin

Joe Lobell & Adam Levin

Chrysalis (alternative version)

Joe Gallant, Skip Reed & Adam Levin

Joe Lobell

Joe Lobell, Joe Gallant, Skip Reed & Adam Levin

Chrysalis (instrumental)

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

City Opus

Joe Gallant, Skip Reed & Adam Levin

Joe Lobell

Joe Lobell, Joe Gallant, Skip Reed & Adam Levin

Dance Steps

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Do You Feel It?

Adam Levin

Elena Rye Pellicciaro & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Valerie Gomes & Adam Levin

Wendy Boulding & Adam Levin

Don’t Need Anything from You

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Don’t Want to Be Wrong Again

Adam Levin

Anne Ptasznik & Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Ellen Weiss

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Echo Inside My Heart

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Emily

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Brenda Hettmansberger, Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Every Time I Hear Your Voice

Adam Levin

Anne Ptasznik & Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Valerie Gomes

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Adam Levin & Ellen Weiss

Everything She Needs

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Eyes on the Prize

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Family Portrait

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Caitlin Franklin

Ellen Weiss & Adam Levin

Fanfare

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Feeling What I Feel

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Wendy Boulding, Adam Levin & Steve Wirts

Wendy Boulding & Adam Levin

Finding a Way Back Home

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Flick

Adam Levin

M.D. Poole

M.D. Poole & Adam Levin

Flood of Rain

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Forever (But Never) By My Side

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Giant for an Hour

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Groundless

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Guardian Angel

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Hands of Time (instrumental excerpt)

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Happy Is

Adam Levin

Joe Lobell

Joe Lobell & Adam Levin

Having Once Shared

Adam Levin

Michael Scranton

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Hole in the Head

Adam Levin

Greg Jewell

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Home (Away from Home)

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

House on a Hill

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

House on a Hill (instrumental)

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

I Can’t Talk to You

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Adam Levin

and/or

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

If I Gave You My Heart

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Caitlin Franklin

Adam Levin, Caitlin Franklin & Mathias Little Bear

Adam Levin & Valerie Gomes

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Adam Levin & Ellen Weiss

In Changing

Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Dudley Duel

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

In My Heart

Adam Levin

Anne Ptasznik & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

In the Wake of Love

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Peter Stoller

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

In That Place

Adam Levin

Kathryn Sanders

Theateriffic

In Your Eyes

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Peter Stoller,Tricia Tahara & Adam Levin

Brenda Hettmansberger & Adam Levin

Inner Space

Adam Levin

Dudley Duel

Quintessence

Interiors

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Islands (excerpts)

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Islands:
I. Pandora’s Box

II. Needle’s Eye

III. Testament

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Steve Wirts

It Makes No Sense

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

It Must Have Been the Wine

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Ivory Tower

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Mark Abrahams, Adam Levin, Wendy Boulding, Valerie Gomes, Steve Wirts & Eva Atsalis

Adam Levin, Valerie Gomes & David Brooks

Adam Levin, Valerie Gomes, Ellen Weiss, Steve Wirts & David Brooks

Adam Levin & Ellen Weiss

Ivory Tower (instrumental excerpt)

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Keep Walking

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Land of the Free

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Let It Go

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Peter Stoller

and/or

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Jennifer Leigh Warren

Wendy Boulding, Adam Levin & Steve Wirts

Ellen Weiss & Adam Levin

Wendy Boulding & Adam Levin

Locked Unit

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Lullaby

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Lying in my Sleep

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Lying (in my sleep) (instrumental)

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Mantra

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Metaphysical Rag

Adam Levin

Joe Lobell

Joe Lobell & Adam Levin

Modern Mind

Adam Levin

Joe Lobell

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Moving On

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

My Old Girlfriend

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Peter Stoller

and/or

Nature’s Song

Adam Levin

Wayne Palesado

Wayne Palesado & Adam Levin

Needle’s Eye

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

No Business Being Gone

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Caitlin Franklin

No More Words

Adam Levin

Anne Ptasznik & Adam Levin

Adam Levin, Valerie Gomes & Marc Landesberg

Not Coming Home

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Valerie Gomes

Adam Levin, Wendy Boulding & Valerie Gomes

Adam Levin, Valerie Gomes & Ellen Weiss

Not Coming Home (instrumental)

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Our Perfect Love

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Peter Stoller

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Pathwork

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Raving Mess

Adam Levin

M.D. Poole

M.D. Poole & Adam Levin

Reckless Dancer

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Ride the White Horse

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Peter Stoller

and/or

Roaring to the Surface

Adam Levin

Wayne Palesado

Wayne Palesado & Adam Levin

Say It

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Wendy Boulding

Wendy Boulding, Adam Levin & Steve Wirts

Wendy Boulding & Adam Levin

September

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Shadows

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Silhouette

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

So Alive

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Wendy Boulding

Wendy Boulding & Adam Levin

Something in the Way

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Stand Up

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Annette U-Bet

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Still

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Brenda Hettmansberger & Adam Levin

Street of Dreams

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

The Good Life

Adam Levin, Peter Stoller & Jonathan Keezing

Peter Stoller

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Thinking of You

Adam Levin

Anne Ptasznik & Adam  Levin

Wendy Boulding & Adam Levin

Things Left Unsaid

Adam Levin

-

Adam Levin

Toe the Line

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Ellen Weiss & Adam Levin

Too Far

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Peter Stoller

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Urban Walk

Adam Levin

Wayne Palesado

Wayne Palesado & Adam Levin

Verbalosis

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Verbalosis:

I. Inspired by the Sound of Your Own Voice

II. Verbalosity

III. Family Discussion

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Waiting for Me

Adam Levin

Brenda Hettmansberger & Adam Levin

Brenda Hettmansberger & Adam Levin

Walking on Thin Ice

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin, Wendy Boulding, Valerie Gomes & Steve Wirts

Adam Levin & Valerie Gomes

Adam Levin, Valerie Gomes & Ellen Weiss

Walls Start Falling

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

Adam Levin, Annette U-Bet & Caitlin Franklin

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

Adam Levin, Brenda Hettmansberger & Wendy Boulding

What Am I Doing in Love?

Adam Levin & Peter Stoller

Adam Levin

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

What Did You Expect?

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Caitlin Franklin

While Sunlight Slipped Away

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Peter Stoller & Adam Levin

White Water Races

Joe Gallant, Skip Reed & Adam Levin

Joe Lobell

Joe Lobell, Joe Gallant, Skip Reed & Adam Levin

Who?

Kathryn Sanders & Adam Levin

Kathryn Sanders

Theateriffic

Why Is It So Hard

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Tonya Tobias & Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Win One For The Gipper

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Michael Scranton & Adam Levin

Words on the Wall

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Ellen Weiss & Adam Levin

Adam Levin & Wendy Boulding

John Eyre & Kate Lowles

Adam Levin & Brenda Hettmansberger

Wrapped Around Me

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin

Adam Levin, Caitlin Franklin & Mathias Little Bear

 



Background music: excerpt from backing tracks of So Alive (

CD)