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Mario Panacci / Press

“Thankyou Mario,I guess whats inside must come out sometime....”

Leo Gillespie - reverbnation

“The Blankley/Panacci co-write version of Panacci's - 68 Pontiac appears on Money Talks CD - My favorite song on this CD is "68 Pontiac where the resemblance with Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings is striking. We also think this is a song Springsteen might have done.”

“Thanks for your comment Mario. Great stuff here too. Always love hearing a writer with intricate and intriguing lyrics.”

Fronz Arp - reverbnation

“Continuing the musical conversation, with a sampling of tasty grooves--Have a great night, --Bing.”

Bingham Willoughby - Revernation

“Great stuff! A bit of a Camper Van Beethoven thing which is all good in my book!”

The tornaparts - reverbnation

“Blankley/Panacci co-wrote 7 tunes on Terry's "Money Talks" CD. A special thanks to Bobby Watson for all he did adding his unique and innovative guitar creations to our songs - CD review highlights by Eric Thom - exclaim.ca -- 11 original tracks include highlights like "I Can’t Win,” featuring killer B3, tasteful piano and some well-placed guitar (Bobby Watson) for a blues ballad that’s laidback without being lounge. "Blues is Blues” is, likewise, a high mark for its authoritative touches, lush B3 and real-world message. "Gig Blues” offsets straight blues with the band’s Steely Dan-esque jazz groove, as Blankley’s voice assumes a hint of Ray Materick. Pity the package doesn’t look like much because the contents are a welcome surprise, revealing an earnest road warrior bursting with confidence and ripe with original talent. (Independent)”

“I keep meeting so many talented folks here and I know they're here sharing songs for the "art of it". All new art is underground - that's what makes it "new"”

Mario Panacci - reverbnation

“The Mandic/Panacci version of Panacci's Eight Guitars appears on Peter's I Used to Work CD ---8 Guitars", a Mandic/Panacci co-write is a favourite of mine. I love Paul McKeracher's bass and the voice drops at the end of lines, "too many things … too much". This song takes me down a garden path. I feel myself walking with some excitement towards something new "something I can't loose".”

“Love that you haven't let anyone put you and your music in a box! Raw, real, and a sound all your own! ~Anna -”

“we need poets in this world...thank you!”

the low brows - reverbnation