Sometime Tuesday Morning
Fusing blues, rock, pop and jazz, Johnny A.'s "Sometime Tuesday Morning" has already been a big indie success, selling thousands of copies and earning a nomination for Best Debut Album in the Boston Music Awards. Described in the press as "an ethereal wonder...a must-have guitar album," Johnny and his trio present a mix of original material and unusual covers. There's slithery rhythm and shadowy attitude all over these tracks, enough to summon images of late-night bars, moonlight along a waterfront, mysterious candlelit encounters - all without so much as a peep from any vocalist. Johnny's guitar does the 'vocals' on "Sometime Tuesday Morning". His tone - deep and dark, or slick and silvery - is all his own; like all of the greats, he can reveal himself with just one note. Though he's got chops to burn at thrash tempos, Johnny prefers finding the perfect bend, or pulling a shimmering vibrato from his Bigsby, or stacking the most expressive possible chord.
|04:24||Sometime Tuesday Morning||Instrumental|
|05:10||Two Wheel Horse||Instrumental|
|04:38||In The Wind||Instrumental|
|03:17||Yes It Is||Instrumental|
|03:34||You Don't Love Me||Instrumental|
|03:14||Up In The Attic||Instrumental|
|02:55||Walk Don't Run||Instrumental|
|05:25||Lullabye For Nicole||Instrumental|
|04:26||Walkin' West Ave.||Instrumental|
|Johnny A.||Guitars, Bajo Sexto, Lap Steel, Production, Mixing|
|Ed Spargo||Electric Bass|
|John LaMoia||Hand Percussion|
|Mark Valentine||Snaps and Claps on "Oh Yeah"|
|Dave Lefkowitz||Engineering, Mixing|
|Mark Valentine||Engineering Assistance|
|Kim Seaberg||Art Direction|
|Lee Aldrich||Tonic, Powder|
|Shari Fecteau||Clothing Styling|
|Recorded and mixed at Blue Jay Studios, Carlilse, MA.
Mastered at Classic Sound, N.Y.C.