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Five Even

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  • Audio CD (September 9, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Lolo Records
  • ASIN: B001FBSMB2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #945,727 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Just got this. There are more vocals tracks than instrumentals. The instrumentals are great, exactly what you would expect from Gongzilla. The other tracks start out good and you're getting into the groove when all of a sudden this very bad voice singing banal lyrics comes in and ruins it. It's still worth buying, but if you've liked Gongzilla in the past, you will probably end up skipping a lot of tracks.
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Jazz rock with a jam band twist? For years now, Gongzilla has been known as a jazzrock fusion sensation. More recently however, the band has been spending time on the jam band circuit playing with such household jammers as moe. and Umphrey's McGee. The influence is clear on their newest record "Five Even" as the band has become a bit more "Grateful Dead" and far less "Return to Forever" than ever before. I review this disk with mixed emotions, especially after seeing the band perform this past summer. While their live show certainly was a smoker, this collection of tunes leaves something to be desired in my mind (especially with their summer performance at 3RP fresh in my memory). Highlights are the instrumental "French Grass" featuring Chuck Garvey of moe. and "American Dream" featuring Jake Cinninger of UM on guitar. The album just might be worth it for these two tracks alone. The rest of the album however, if enjoyed by the listener, is a sweet bonus. Do not miss the chance to see Gonzilla live at any chance though as Bon Lozaga and Mike Miz absolutely shine on stage. I would best describe their current outfit as a more progressive and jazzy feeling Allman Brothers.
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By dtm on April 16, 2009
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Gongzilla is a hidden treasure in my opinion. Hansford Rowe (bass) and Bon Lozaga (guitar) of Gong fame use their outfit "Gongzilla" to stretch the possibilities of Jazz-Rock. I actually find this latest release the most enjoyable of their efforts mostly due to Hansford Rowe's vocals which are deep, cool and a welcome addtion to the band's sound. His bass playing is supurb, melodic - lots of tastefull pops and bends. Bon is smoking as well, shows he can still tear it up even alongside the likes of up and comings like Chuck Garvey and Jake Cinninger (guest starring on this record). What's most impressive is the cohesion here, well written songs with great solos throughout and flows like a well thought album should.I feel like there were problems with this on Gongzilla's other records. I do think some of the songs here are standouts to an extent but the whole record is very good and i often just listen to the whole thing through as i enjoy every track. I would also like to point out that this is very much a rock album with jazz tendancies. Unlike Gonzilla's other albums which are quite a bit more fusion sounding. Fresh, solid, great addition to any music lover's collection.
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