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Faceless Man

by Banjo Bones

Faceless Man is a rockin' dark Americana collection of songs with a philosophical twist. Pure Banjo Bones...
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. I Know How It Ends
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2. Breathing Fire
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3. Flirting with the Edge of Time
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4. So It Goes
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5. Nobody Keeping the Score
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6. Faceless Man
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7. We the People
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8. We Die in Sorrow
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9. Letter to Myself
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10. See It Fly
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11. The Wanderer
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12. Broken Record
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From the record liner notes:

Faceless Man is a study of the individual’s loss of identity. Psychological studies have found that self-identity is an amalgamation of relational, professional, spiritual, physical, and financial identities… perhaps others as well. In a formula filled with so many variables the instability of any of these sub-parts causes stress and anxiety, resulting in a feeling of lack or loss of identity. As the world becomes smaller and increasingly more complex from technological, sociopolitical, cultural and economic standpoints, the struggle to find who we truly are is a journey of increasing difficulty and decreasing certainty.

My recent realization that in the past 30 years I have spent one quarter of my life working a job that gives me no joy or passion and one quarter of my life sleeping it off was a devastating blow that created a new urgency to live what time I have left in a different way. In the new path I have embarked the question is no longer “who am I?” but “who do I want to be?” …and thus commences the transformation from faceless man to who I truly am. Welcome to the journey. Banjo Bones

Album Credits:
Banjo Bones sang all vocals, played all guitars and bass, and programmed all drums and percussions except as follows; Shawn Tubbs played electric guitars on Faceless Man; Ron Smit played bass on I Know How it Ends, So it Goes, We Die in Sorrow, See it Fly, and The Wanderer; Jamie Knapp played bass on Letter to Myself; Giorgi Khokhobashvili played all violin parts. Recorded, mixed, mastered and produced by JL Espada for Boneyard Records at Boneyard Records Studio A, Sacramento, CA. Graphics and Layout by Loco Graphics. Special Thanks to Lin Fei Fei for her generous support in providing the artwork for this project: Melted Mask No,20 (front) and Melted Mask No. 26 (back). You can see her work at www.linfeifeiart.com.


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