Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Blues, Pop, R&B, Rock
Dan Toler the legendary guitar player from of The Allman Brothers Band, Gregg Allman's Band and more recently Dickey Betts and Great Southern; Ed Zinner, former powerhouse guitarist for Southern Legends, Jazz pianist, Ron ... more »
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Dan Toler the legendary guitar player from of The Allman Brothers Band, Gregg Allman's Band and more recently Dickey Betts and Great Southern; Ed Zinner, former powerhouse guitarist for Southern Legends, Jazz pianist, Ron Gary, who works with the great Webster Young and Tom Browne. The three founding members of TGZ have come together to create an unrivaled combination of talent, passion and imagination. Toler s southern blues, Zinner s rock and Gary s jazz culminate into something magic that's best described as BLUSION!
Destined to become a classic, "Living Dangerously" is that one in a million CD that is sure to attract and satisfy old friends and new fans.
"Dangerous" Dan Toler of The Allman Brothers Band, Gregg Allman and Friends and The Dickey Betts and Great Southern fame for his songwriting and guitar mastery, on blistering electric and acoustic guitar.
"Scary" Ron Gary who gained his well respected place in the music world from performing with legendary jazz artists Webster Young and Tom Browne; is performing Piano, Synthesizer, Percussion and Vocals with TGZ.
Ed Zinner well known for his "Duane Allman-esque" style of blazing guitar licks in the band Southern Legend, lends his prowess on electric and acoustic guitar, vocals and percussion in TGZ. Credit also goes to Ed Zinner, for adding even more expertise into the making of "Living Dangerously," as Ed was also the Producer and Executive Producer of this CD.
Dan Toler - Ron Gary - Ed Zinner - Avon Lucas - John Townsend - Tony Green - Matt Zeiner - John McKnight - Floyd Miles - Tony Perrino - John Shaffer - David "Frankie" Toler and Victor Krauss
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Not what you'd expect
K. Cooper | Phila. area | 02/19/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is one of those hard to categorize CDs. On some cuts, it's got a soul or R&B feel while on others, it has a light jazz sound. Given the presence of the Tolers and Floyd Miles, you might expect an Allman Brothers blues/Southern rock style but it's nowhere to be found here.
That said, the music on the CD is pretty good and there are a few instrumentals that are well done. Call it 3.5 Stars."