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Gongzilla is a branch in the Gong family tree assembled of several of the members of Pierre Moerlen's Gong and focused on a jazz-rock fusion style. Formed in 1994 by guitarist Bon Lozaga and bassist Hansford Rowe, the group was completed with guitarist Allan Holdsworth, percussionist Bobby Thomas Jr., and vibraphonist Benoît Moerlen. Since their formation, the personnel has varied somewhat, with Lozaga and Rowe the constants.
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Gongzilla — Five Even Gongzilla — Five Even
(LoLo 021-2, 2008, CD)
Gongzilla — Live in Concert and the East Village Studio Gongzilla — Live in Concert and the East Village Studio
(Escape TV ETV 021, 2005, DVD)
Gongzilla — East Village Sessions Gongzilla — East Village Sessions
(LoLo 017-2, 2003, CD)
Gongzilla — Live Gongzilla — Live
(LoLo 016-2, 2001, CD)
Gongzilla — Thrive Gongzilla — Thrive
(LoLo LOLO 010-2, 1996, CD)
Gongzilla — Suffer Gongzilla — Suffer
(LoLo LOLO 003-2, 1995, CD)

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