David Zaffiro
David Zaffiro is the former guitarist for Bloodgood and besides putting out a few solo albums he has produced for several bands including Holy Soldier and Broken Silence.

The Other Side David Zaffiro-The Other Side (Alarma)

1. "Stay" (4:00)
2. "I See Red" (3:22)
3. "Where Are You Now" (3:36)
4. "Why Me" (3:59)
5. "The Other Side" (6:17)
6. "Diversity" (4:43)
7. "You" (3:11)
8. "White Room Life" (3:36)
9. "Last Chance Believer" (4:28)
10. "Ashes to Ashes" (5:24)

David Zaffiro completely abandoned the Bloodgood sound for a Joe Satriani with vocals sound. I was somewhat disappointed by this album when I first bought it many years ago, but have grown to like it over the years.

Surrender Absolute David Zaffiro-Surrender Absolute (Frontline)

1. "Find My Way" (4:03)
2. To the Heavens" (4:15)
3. "Carousel" (4:14)
4. "Silas and Serai" -instrumental (
5. "In A Box" (4:05)
6. "Attitude"-instrumental (3:56)
7. "Calling Out To Me" (4:47)
8. "Surrender Absolute" (3:56)
9. "Every Little Thing" (4:17)
10. "No Long Goodbyes" -instrumental (4:58)

This cd is severly mellow in comparison to anything Bloodgood has put out, or even the last two Zaffiro solo discs. David was clearly trying to reach the adult-radio-rock market with this album, which really did not impress me at all. What I do like alot are the three Satriani-like instrumentals. "Attitude" in particular sounds like something off Satriani's "Not of This Earth." I would have loved to have heard a whole album of this kind of stuff. The rest of the album is like mellow Winger. It's just not my thing.

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