Rhyme or Cause is a single work from 2000 that showcases this artist’s mallet percussion technique, and if everyone who had heard him play at that time had bought a duplicate it would have already been a million-seller. These “everybody” could possibly be better referred to as a loose coalition of anyone who was simply near a radio or a disco through the Gloria Gaynor period. It was Adam Walker, in the end, who whacked the conga drums on Gaynor’s masterpiece, “I’LL Survive.” Confirming to a global congress on the usage of music as an psychologically stimulative substitution for assault, the usually realistic psycho-musicologist likened every strike on Walker’s drumskin to a slap over the face of the unfaithful fan. Walker’s skills to understand this very much, real or dreamed, out of percussion musical instruments has resulted in steady use recording and executing ensembles like the Salsoul Orchestra, the Sterling silver Convention, as well as the Trammps. The percussionist’s credits time back to the next half from the ’70s — the cool Fat Larry’s Music group as well as the 1978 Sophistication Jones Fame record are among his first sides. There are many additional drum people out there who’ve the same name and with whom he shouldn’t be mixed up, like the former Public Picture Ltd. drummer.