A new release from Johnny and the Triumphs 1/15 2022
This ep album represents the end of an era. Johnny and The Triumphs knocked on the glass ceiling with reviews in major national and international magazines (Guitar Player, Outlook, Adirondack Life), climbing to the top of the American Play charts in France, an inquiry from EMI, and opening shows for James Cotten, Johnny Copeland, Robert Cray, Hot Tuna and Eddie Shaw and the Wolfgang. I loved this band and my band mates. This album was recorded in the fall of 1991 and was left unfinished and unreleased. The band was changing. Life was changing. It was a time of transition and these recordings were pretty much forgotten until last year when Marty Feier contacted me about them. Marty had replaced Frank Carcaterra on a few gigs and on this studio project and had dug up some cassettes with “rough ” mixes. …and they sounded good!
Now a year later (or 30 years later) … its coming out on CD and on vinyl!!! Four songs featuring Michael Hadfield on bass, Marty Feier on drums, Kevin Maul on lap steel, Joan Crane on vocal harmony and myself on guitar, mandolin and vocals. Perhaps the star of this album is Joe Blaney, whose work includes Prince, The Clash and The Rolling Stones! The sound is phenomenal!!
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To get your copy and downloads or get more information, including information on the vinyl release and other John Kribs recordings, contact me at email@example.com. Use “Gone Too Far” as the subject. OR
CDs and downloads will be available online at Fools Hill Music exclusively! http://foolshillmusic.com/