- Audio CD (19 Nov. 2012)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Cobra
- ASIN: B0033HKCSW
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 145,959 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Gods & Goddesses
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Recorded during the first two weeks of November, 2009, in Los Angeles with engineer/producer Ethan Allen; co-produced by Brant Bjork. On this new recording, Brant is joined by Giampaulo Farnedi (Brant Bjork & The Bros) on drums, and two Low Desert locals: Billy Cordell (Yawning Man) on bass and Brandon Henderson (Half Astro, Family Butcher) on guitar. Tracks: Dirty Bird, The Future Rock (We Got It), Radio Mecca, Little World, Blowin' Up The Shop, Good Time Bonnie, Porto, Somewhere, Some Woman.
Top customer reviews
A nice feature would have been some pics of the girl on the cover but maybe that's an idea for a future deluxe edition.
All in all, a highly recommended and beneficial purchase.
There are lots of influences on show here: Black Sabbath, early ZZ Top, Hendrix and more obviously Kyuss.
Whilst this is no prog album, the songs all take on a feel good, laid back and easy flowing structure that puts a smile on my face. The playing and production are however excellent making it all sound so easy to execute.
t sounds so comfortable and laidback and seems to just have fun, never taking himself too seriously which adds a lot to the final result. Also, his rather powerful voice and typical Southern accent is crucial to adding that desert rock atmosphere to 'Gods & Goddesses'.
"Radio Mecca" has a great bass line and great guitar licks, creating a relaxed atmosphere. "The Future Punk (We Got It)" is another definite high point. "Somewhere, Some Woman" ends the album with a harder edge, but retains the feel good factor.
This is a great CD