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Customer Reviews

4 out of 5

34 Ratings

Wow.

Jaredfaulk,

Beyond amazing. I've listened to the album at least 6 times through, and I still can't get enough of it! This last album is wonderfully put together and is truly a work of art. The music is brutally honest and beautifully developed. Gungor has outdone themselves with this trilogy! Truly magnificient! (Oh I've also listened to all 3 albums in a row, and I must say, a whole new experience.) It is magical to listen to all three in a row-- I highly suggest it. Thank you, Gungor. Thank you so much for your art.

Profound, bold, and healing

mkwestra,

I have been anticipating the final installment of Gungor’s “One Wild Life” trilogy since about a month after the second installment came out (it took me that long to stop listening to Spirit on repeat).

Body does not disappoint. Lyrically and instrumentally fresh and bold, Body perfectly completes the trilogy. One Wild Life is a profound and beautiful work of art which draws the listener in, meets them in their brokenness and doubts, and then points to the light which inevitably comes at the end of every dark night.

About Gungor

Gungor are a baroque pop, folk, and experimental rock-influenced collective centered on the husband-and-wife duo of Michael and Lisa Gungor. Although Gungor grew out of a Christian musical background and have often included spiritual concepts in their music, they do not consider themselves a CCM band.

Raised in Wisconsin, Michael spent his formative years leading worship services with his pastor father. He attended Oral Roberts University (where he first met fellow musician Lisa) and later studied jazz at Western Michigan and North Texas universities. Eventually, Michael settled in Michigan and joined the teen ministry Acquire the Fire. It was there that he formed the self-described "liturgical post-rock" outfit the Michael Gungor Band and began releasing albums, including 2003's Bigger Than My Imagination and 2006's Ancient Skies.

After marrying, Michael and Lisa relocated to Denver, Colorado and founded a community of believers called Bloom. During that time he also shortened the band name to Gungor, releasing the album Beautiful Things under the new moniker in 2010. The intricate Ghosts Upon the Earth arrived the following year and earned two Grammy nominations, for Best Gospel Song and for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album. Gungor returned in 2011 with the concert album Creation Liturgy: Live. In 2013 Gungor released their fifth studio album, I Am Mountain. ~ James Christopher Monger

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