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Bangtower | Hey, Where'd Everybody Go

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Hey, Where'd Everybody Go

by Bangtower

DIGITAL VERSION: The 3rd BangTower album. Record features the return of Neil Citron, Robbie Pagliari and Frankie Banali. Progressive Fusion - Jazz, Rock, Metal and Classical melted into a unique musical experience
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. She Don't Care
5:02 $0.99
2. Lazy Afternoon
6:36 $0.99
3. Frankie's Silver Hammer
3:17 $0.99
4. Bring You Back
7:41 $0.99
5. Groove Alone
7:17 $0.99
6. Right Hand Drive
4:19 $0.99
7. Ali's Midnight Wish
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Album Notes
Hey, Where'd everybody Go?" is a surprise 7 track eponymous album from BangTower released in September 2017. Following the internationally acclaimed December 2016 album “With N With Out”, Neil began writing and demoing new material for a potential future release. With the subsequent departure of Percy and Walter to focus on their primary music endeavors, and since they’d worked so well together on the last BangTower record, Neil invited Robbie Pagliari (who’d been personally recommended by Percy) back to record the new tracks and eventually co-write some additional ones.

When a window of opportunity opened in Frankie Banali’s schedule, it seemed only natural to ask him to appear as a guest again, since the tracks he recorded on the previous record were so outstanding. Not only was he graciously willing to contribute his excellent drumming skills, he also brought along some of the best of his vintage sets to the mix, adding even greater depth and personality to each track.

While continuing to employ the finest of both new and old technology, the music was recorded entirely in top Los Angeles studios, utilizing the best in vintage and boutique instruments and recording equipment. The EP was mixed and mastered specifically for digital distribution by Neil Citron.

Neil Citron – Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals,
Robert “Pag” Pagliari - Fretless Bass Guitar, Vocals
Frankie Banali - Acoustic Drums



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