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Album Review

The Gabe Dixon Band have long been considered a staple of the college rock scene, but there's a definite lack of beer-slamming anthems on this album, which reintroduces the group as a slimmed-down trio with an improved focus on songwriting. It's often difficult for a frat rock band to leave the campus behind; O.A.R.'s All Sides, for example, saw the group struggling to transform their reggae-influenced jams into smooth, uplifting rock. Gabe Dixon goes about his conversion in a smarter manner, emphasizing his bouncing piano chords and pop-schooled melodies in a way that's both mature and commercial. Ben Folds Five are still a touchstone for the group, although Dixon's lyrics detail the ups and downs of love without the humor and cultural references that fuel Folds' work. Fans of David Gray, the Fray, and other smooth-voiced craftsmen will find much to enjoy about this self-titled effort, particularly during such highlights as "Disappear," "Far from Home," and the Wurlitzer-fueled "Find My Way." Too loud for the coffeehouse and too soft for modern rock radio, the Gabe Dixon Band nevertheless sound quite comfortable occupying their own niche.

Customer Reviews

Wistful and wonderful

From the opening bars of 'disappear' to the closing of 'further the sky' the Gabe Dixon Band serve up a musical treat. There is not a filler song here. Each chapter sits perfectly alongside the next. Gabe's piano sounds like Elton and Billy in their prime but that would not be telling the whole story. The subtle strings pop up throughout and compliment the fine musicianship perfectly. If you buy this album you'll have picked up an undiscovered treasure. This is the best album of 2008 and iTunes have taken too long to release it in the uk. But now it's here those that haven't heard them can experience a new album full of joy and longing.


Superb feel good music, all songs are so well written. Brilliant Album!

Bloody Brilliant!

Heard one of their songs in 'The Proposal' and just HAD to buy the album. Since then, I just can't stop playing it! This album will not disappoint!


Genre: Rock

Following in the footsteps of such late-'90s, non-guitar bands as Ben Folds Five, the music of the more serious and jazzy Gabe Dixon Band is based on piano (Gabe Dixon, who also sings), bass (Winston Harrison), drums (Jano Rix), and saxophone (Chandler Webber). Formed in the fall of 1998 at the University of Miami's School of Music, the quartet started out playing at the campus' coffeehouse. By playing the Southeast steadily, the Gabe Dixon Band made a major admirer out of legendary producer/engineer...
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