MP3 the bangers - small tales
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COUNTRY: Country Rock, ROCK: Roots Rock
For proof that an accountant, a warehouse worker, a small-town newspaper editor, and a county caseworker trainer can make beautiful music together, look no further than the new CD Small Tales by Cincinnati's The Bangers.
Some songs on Small Tales are funny, some are sad, and some offer a little hope in a crazy world. All of them tell stories about the lives and times of everyday people. Rock 'n roll, bluegrass, country and swing melodies come to life through a lucious mix of acoustic guitars, mandolin, dobro, harmonica, bass and a few surprises.
The CD was produced, mixed and engineered by Bob Nyswonger. Nyswonger is best known as a bassist extraordinaire with The Bears (featuring guitar-god Adrian Belew) and Cincinnati's legendary psychodots. He has decided to try his hand in the studio, with fine results.
The Bangers played gigs for years as Grown Men but were forced to give up the name in May 2003 because Paul Allen, Forbes Magazine's third-richest-man in the world, has a band called Grown Men and owns the trademark for the name.
The members of The Bangers knocked around bars and clubs in the Cincinnati area for more than 20 years before hooking up about five years ago as a unique four-piece acoustic act.
Bill Jeffrey, an accountant by day, dutifully holds down the bottom end on acoustic bass for the Bangers.
Jeffrey "Bones" Jones serves as the band's "drummer," playing rock-solid rhythm guitar and providing smooth harmony vocals. A blue collar guy who drinks Blue Ribbon beer, he makes his living working a fork lift in a warehouse.
By day, Brian Buckley trains caseworkers for the county. When the day is done, Buckley serves as the band's workhorse multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, slide guitar, dobro and mandolin. Buckley contributes lead vocals, harmony vocals and is responsible for writing two of the songs on Small Tales.
Ollie Roehm earns his daily bread as a newspaper editor and is the band's lead singer and harmonica player. Roehm wrote four of the Small Tales songs and collaborated with Buckley on two others.
Although members of the Bangers have busy lives, their dedication and love for their craft has resulted in the creation of music that is fresh and alive.
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