"Adam Schlesinger" is an United States/American songwriter, composer and record producer. He has won Emmy and Grammy Awards, and has also been nominated for Oscar, Tony, and Golden Globe Awards. He is also a winner of the ASCAP Pop Music Award.

He is the bassist for the bands Fountains of Wayne, Ivy (band)/Ivy and Tinted Windows (band)/Tinted Windows. He is an owner of Scratchie Records and Stratosphere Sound, a recording studio in New York City. Schlesinger grew up in Manhattan and Montclair, New Jersey.

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Chris can sing a lot of different kinds of songs, so we can cover a lot of styles. But even he has limits. We won't be covering Antonio Carlos Jobim and singing in Portuguese anytime soon.

I think it's going to be really cool. I'm a big fan of the band. They have a lot of cool songs and they pretty much sound the same as they always did.

We're going to try to ask a bunch of friends to play on it. They've put out some records (in recent years), but we really want to do something that gets back to sounding like the classic stuff they did. There's a whole bunch of people our age who love those songs even if they don't necessarily know they're by America.

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In general, it's a bad idea. The world definitely doesn't need any more Beatles covers.

For lack of a better word, we jammed a bit in the studio, which is something we've never done before. I think the record will end up being a combination of doing it the way we've always done it and trying different stuff like that.

It was originally billed as acoustic but I think we'll do it as a full band, with somebody playing an acoustic guitar.

If you're just imitating the original, your version has no reason to exist. But sometimes, you can go too far. We once did a dark, distorted Jesus and Mary Chain-type version of Steely Dan's 'Do It Again' that got us nothing but a lot of blank stares.