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Animal Liberation Orchestra

Animal Liberation Orchestra

Animal Liberation Orchestra


Animal Liberation Orchestra (ALO) is a jam band, currently signed on Jack Johnson's Brushfire Records label. They have released four full length albums, "Fly Between Falls", which is being re-released by Brushfire Records and "Roses & Clover" (2007), Man of the World (2010) and Sounds Like This (2012). They have also released several EPs and independent albums, including "Time Expander". Born from a friendship nurtured during their days at the University of California Santa Barbara Read more on Last.fm
Animal Liberation Orchestra (ALO) is a jam band, currently signed on Jack Johnson's Brushfire Records label. They have released four full length albums, "Fly Between Falls", which is being re-released by Brushfire Records and "Roses & Clover" (2007), Man of the World (2010) and Sounds Like This (2012). They have also released several EPs and independent albums, including "Time Expander". Born from a friendship nurtured during their days at the University of California Santa Barbara, the band consists of Zach Gill (Keyboards/Vocals), Steve Adams (Bass Guitar/Vocals), Dan Lebowitz (Guitars/Percussion/Vocals) and David Brogan (Drums/Vocals). Originally a nine-piece band featuring a brass section called The Animal Liberation Orchestra and the Free Range Horns, the band began drawing enormous attention in the Santa Barbara area with their rousing stage shows. When Zach, Dan and Steve returned to their hometown San Francisco, they stripped back down to a quartet, playing with a wide variety of different drummers.

Finally, in 2002, the trio reunited with drummer David Brogan (with whom they had previously played in college) and the ultimate version of Animal Liberation Orchestra was solidified. Zach Gill, the keyboard player, went to college with the popular singer-songwriter, Jack Johnson, and so they had good connections with one another. Soon audiences at gigs saw Animal Liberation Orchestra supporting Jack Johnson. Zach Gill has recently provided piano in Jack Johnson's band, adding a new flavor to the live performances. Animal Liberation Orchestra have released an independent album, "Fly Between Falls", and it was re-released on Brushfire Records on April 18th 2006. It includes the track, "Girl, I Wanna Lay You Down", which features long-time friend Jack Johnson providing guitar and vocals.

New to the re-release is the song "Walls of Jericho", a tour staple and crowd favorite noted by its festival imagery, wailing guitar solo, and euphoric cresendo. This track gained popularity after its live performance was featured in the Jack Johnson and Friends Live at the Greek DVD. The studio version's debut on myspace.com received mixed review. In 2006, ALO finished a tour supporting Jack Johnson, alongside with Matt Costa, all across Europe, including United Kingdom, France and Spain. Additionally, they have two dates scheduled for mid April supporting Jack Johnson in Brazil.

In June, they will be supporting Dave Matthews Band at stops in upstate New York and North Carolina. Thay have recently recorded The Band's Ophelia for the tribute album "Endless Highway, the music of The Band" On May 1st 2007, ALO released their new album Roses & Clover that was recorded during two weeks in a barn in Santa Barbara, California. ALO will tour the USA during May to July 2007, playing together with Brett Dennen during seven of the concerts. Albums ALO Vs. LAG (1998) One Size Fits All (1999) Time Expander (2002) Fly Between Falls (2006 - Brushfire Records) Roses & Clover (2007) EPs Live Mix (2000) Read more on Last.fm.

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