"Gamalon", the group's 1987 debut recording, features high-powered rock fusion at its best from the Buffalo, New York band sporting the twin-guitar team of Bruce Brucato and George Puleo. Rounding out the foursome are producer Ted Reinhardt on drums, and brother Tom Reinhardt on bass. Recording for Lenny Silver and Amherst Records (the same label that spawned Spyro Gyra), "Gamalon" was the harder-edged, virtuosic fusion component to the label's roster of bands. The flashy Puleo and Brucato trade blazing overdriven solos over the seven instrumental tracks, which all band members had a hand in writing. Essential guitar-driven rock fusion.
|Ted Reinhardt||Drums, All Instruments on "Jungle Fever", Production, Mixing|
|Tom Schuman||Piano on "The King" and "Souvenirs"|
|Leonard Silver||Executive Production|
|Sherry Meyers||Engineering Assistance|
|Chris Santarose||Cover Design, Illustration|
|Barbara Richard||Packaging Coordinator|
|Recorded and mixed at Select Sound Studios, Kenmore, New York.|