12

Jun

2009

ALO

Health and Harmony Festival, Santa Rosa, CA

06/12/09 Health and Harmony Festival, Santa Rosa, CA

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Set One

introduction 65

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Don't Touch My Stuff 374

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String Changing Music 159

66790-TRACK

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I Love Music 758

66791-TRACK

Gardener 778

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Shine 408

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Plastic Bubble 619

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Possibly Drown 469

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Wasting Time 926

66796-TRACK

Spectrum 479

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The Infinite Eye 888

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Happy Birthday Brogan 107

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Show Notes
  • Recorded and Mixed By Charlie Miller
  • Photo's by Janice Wulf
Reviews for this item

Dan (Bundy) 7/25/2010 3:12:03 AM

"ALO must have show with Steve Kimock sitting in on guitar. This was a latenight set at the Harmony festival which ALO played a set on the main stage earlier that afternoon. First they bust into a Zack Gill song "Don't touch my stuff" which has this island reggae feel to it and Gill's keyboard and vocals shine in this one. Bass player Steve Adams breaks a string and the band plays cosmic "String changing music" while he strings up a new one. Next was "I love music" and this song stands as ALO testament that it does too. Lebo and Kimock both go lap steel during "Shine" and it does shine alright. Then the boyz take Steve through ALO fan favorites like the ukulele friendly "Plastic Bubble" or the ever funky "Possibly Drown" and the west coast college anthem "Wasting Time" before finishing with Dave Brogan song "Infinite Eye" leading into a B-day cheer and cake from fans to finish the show. This bands light shine's brighter every day. All four guys are singer/songwriters in this group and they are one of the most vocally pleasing bands to listen to these days. This coming from a former Massachusetts native."