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Joe Triplett

by Joe Triplett

Retro Country
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. You Ruint My Mind
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2. Southwind
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3. Cold Cold Beer
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4. Diamonds, Mink Stoles, and Cadillacs
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5. Late for My Own Funeral
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6. Holy Smokes
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7. Right Here with Me
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8. Hoppin' a Freight
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9. Wilhelmena
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10. Old Virginny
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11. Whole Hog
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“Triplett sings as if his own heart, his own sanity, his own ability to take another minute of this, is at stake. You can’t be that convincing and have an inauthentic relationship with large truths. Paradoxically, he can leave each member of a crowd with an intimate sense that he’s been talking only to them. Triplett, it turns out, is as much actor as singer, which is a tremendous asset given that his strongest material—hard-core honky-tonk from the ‘50’s and ‘60’s—is essentially 3-minute moral dramas. Audiences can’t turn away from his antics on stage because it seems almost beyond him to direct where his muse will lead. Triplett’s unhinged embodiment of staggeringly good times pushed the show from the status of blues warrior reunion to Honky Tonk Heaven. Both singer and songwriter, Triplett is legendary for a charisma that can bring audiences to tears one moment and leave them giggling the next.” –Rich McManis/Perfect Sound Forever Magazine

"The 11 songs on Triplett's long awaited self-titled album run the stylistic gamut from the '50's rock'n'roll of The Coasters to the '60's country of Porter Wagoner." -Ralph Schwartz

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