Joe Condiracci
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Joe Condiracci

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" Joe Condiracci’s demo is incredible, and I won’t be surprised at all if I see his name on the Billboard charts at some point in the near future. If his demo and career have legs at all, he is looking forward to some great opportunities! I don’t think you’ll hear another CD this year that is as awesome!" Mark Lush -

"Tom Dowd's Legacy"

Tom Dowd's Legacy: Joe Condiracci

Just about the most influential pop record producer ever, the late Tom Dowd, worked with everyone from Aretha Franklin to Eric Clapton. He knew talent and he knew hit records.

Right before he died last year, Dowd came out of retirement and produced some sessions with a New Jersey recording artist named Joe Condiracci.

Tonight, Condiracci, who already has a cult following, plays the appropriately named Joe's Pub in New York. At least five major record companies are sending ambassadors to see him.

I've heard his demo with Dowd and I can tell you, he's the real thing, "realer" than John Mayer and a lot of others who are out there warbling like Michael Franks. - Roger Friedman, Fox News

"Soulful Acoustic Rock"

Joe Condiracci: EP
Purchase this CD
This soulful acoustic rock singer has a well toned voice and catchy lyrics to match. His voice reminds me of Chris Isaak, though his sound presents more of a rock and roll vibe, similar to Ari Hest when he gets his full band on stage. "Angel" is the love ballad of the album, while "Ain't No Sunshine" is a remake of an old tune (and if you ask me, Condiracci's done it better!) For soulful acoustic rock jams, check this album out.
Favorite Tracks: Angel, Ain't No Sunshine
Rating: 4 stars

Reviewed by Kristen Pasculli -


"Angel" single released to radio under the band name "2", "Perfect World" EP available at



Joe Condiracci


Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Joe Condiracci has been performing in the NY/NJ music scene for a few years now. A life-long Jersey boy, Joe is originally from Sayreville, later moving to New Brunswick before arriving at his current home base of Hoboken, NJ.

Joe's songs range in tone from the haunting introspection of "Angel", to the chiming pure pop of "Touch," with a healthy dose of the grey area that falls in between. Dealing primarily with the dangerous terrain of interpersonal relationships, Joe investigates, scours, tests, and illustrates the multifaceted experiences associated with that crazy little thing called love...both the rush, and the seemingly inevitable downside.

Spirit - a spiritual gnosis or knowledge - also rings consistently throughout Joe's work. His powerful voice and superior range bring alive an emotional landscape, where a solid sense of one's Spirit is the only truly reliable compass. Influenced by the likes of Pete Townshend, Jeff Buckley, U2, Bruce Springsteen, Nick Cave, Mike Scott, REM, Jay Farrar, Wilco and Van Morrison, many of Joe’s songs fit in with this varied but unified tradition of truth through song.

Love is key… it is salvation, and it is as old or as new as Cole Porter, Nick Cave or Hiledegaard Von Bingen. And songs such as Joe's “There Will Be Love” illustrate that belief clearly.

In the spring of 2002, Joe's work came to the attention of legendary producer Tom Dowd, with whom Joe began a recording project. Sadly, Tom quickly fell too ill to complete it, and passed away a few months later. It was, however, a life-changing experience for Joe, who admits that, "it's not every day you get that kind of validation." Tom’s nod gave Joe a renewed sense of purpose which he carries with him to this day. A heartfelt thank you goes to Tom Dowd with every sounded note.

An articulate observer, an insightful analyst, a slamming singer, a spiritual the end of the day it is Joe's emotional honesty that seals the deal, whichever end of reality's spectrum he happens to be exploring.