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Mick Campbell- vocals/guitar/bouzouki
Tom Dutton- Bass
Danny Newton- Guitar/vocals
Ste Poole- Percussion

From mangoneblog.com's review of our July 2012 headline gig at the Zanzibar, Liverpool:

"The D-Tales, meanwhile, come out rather better at not acknowledging limits. I can’t say I’ve ever considered a bouzouki in a pop band before, but shit, they pull it off. They’ve got a pile of satisfying pop songs with a nice, twisted jazz feel – honky-tonk keyboards, bright, sparky guitars and splashy cymbals – but never sound dated. They’re lively, but not theatrical. Poppy, but not irritating. Upbeat, but not simple-minded. Their complex vocal melodies flit over and under a twee, offbeat, sunshine-y backdrop that calls up everything from later-Kinks to The La’s. With a new self-titled EP out, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to see them over the next few months. Do yourself a favour and take it."
- Michael O’Farrell (mangoneblog.com)

The D-Tales Liverpool, Britain (UK)

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    Nine to Five at 0.35
    on June 27, 2012 04:53

    I genuinely love this song! It's been a year since you posted anything, please come back!!!

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    The Motions at 1.59
    on June 25, 2012 02:54

    I love that unexpected minor chord that comes in around this bit, lovely! I've been listening to all your songs and I love them, you have a natural gift for writing melodies and your vocals are superb. Your songs are really moving, please post some more!

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    You And Me at 1.49
    on May 18, 2012 01:25

    you have an absolutely beautiful voice!

  • A Comment on Sesar's
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    You at 1.53
    on April 30, 2012 11:43

    lovely vocals!

  • A Comment on TheRetro's
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    Love The Way at 1.18
    on April 18, 2012 10:12

    Sounds great, really strong melody too

  • A Comment on JacksonBNash's
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    Looking Back (Classical Piano) at 1.25
    on January 23, 2012 02:20

    who composed this?

  • A Comment on JacksonBNash's
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    Looking Back (Classical Piano) at 0.47
    on January 23, 2012 02:19

    grand stuff lads

  • A Comment on Sean Keogh's
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    Everything Is As It Was And Everything Has Changed at 1.42
    on January 09, 2012 22:37

    lovely chord change man

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