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A plethora of funky summer tracks

outstanding. There is no better way to open this album than with its best song, 'Maria' and to finish with its second best song, 'Water Song' - listen to this before you fall asleep.... another good album from Zach and the guys. ALO will break through one day, and when they do I will not be amazed. wynners (north wales)

One of the greatest Jam Bands of this generation

I don´t know why itunes tells you they have a pop sound and that they are one of the less subtantial bands around. They have a great sound as band and even better live. Dan Lebowitz is one of the finest guitar players, plays great fills. Zach Gill has a great voice and play the keyboards with a very funky feeling. Steve and Dave create a great base for the songs and for jamming.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A band with improvisational tendencies and a laid-back California vibe, ALO (Animal Liberation Orchestra) became a hit on the jam band circuit while enjoying a close association with superstar Jack Johnson. Members Zach Gill (keyboards/vocals), Steve Adams (bass/vocals), and Dan Lebowitz (guitars/vocals) had all known one another since their days at Saratoga High School, but it wasn't until their relocation to Santa Barbara that they decided to form a band. While studying at the University of California,...
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