The 2016 show added to the O’Briens Edge alumni membership:
Andy Walo – guitar/vocal
Willy Andresco – bass guitar
Carl J. Bittman – drums
A little something extra to gaze thru
Re: our CD from 2003 by Shane O’Brien
From The Jungle To The Zoo
From The Jungle To The Zoo (c) 2003 includes 11 tracks. Some of the tracks are a little longer than the 3 minutes and 30 seconds standard radio ready length expected. These are great one of a kind jams. The title comes from Shane leaving the Jungle Studio everyday to go to work (as a Ironworker) constructing an L.A. Zoo exhibit, therefore the CD title came to be true…
Here’s The CD Cover: “From the Jungle to the Zoo”
Track 2 Titled: “Reflection of You and I”
Whatever that gang club is out down there?
Yeah whatever that gang is, what is that ah!
Rancho San Pedro, that’s what they are yeah, yeah!
Part of the Young Guys, the Young Crowd and all that sh**
You know man. We’ll give a ’em a little Latino flavored love, ah, hah!
I don’t really see you gone baby
I don’t really see you, see you gone away
But I know now, it’s just costing me another day
I don’t really think it baby. I don’t think it really matters no more
Who’s right or wrong, or where to go
I really don’t think it matters baby. Um! It don’t matter no more
Um, um, now! Um, um, alright!
Every time, every time I open my eyes
Every time now, I get scared about the thunder and the rain
That’s pouring’ in my heart for you baby. Feel it!
I’ve been thinking about baby, about taking you to Mexico
I’ve been thinking about now, little darlin’, about punkin’ you to Mexico
They got a little Tequila down there, and I know
It’s a little, little juice for the mind yeah, yeah
And you’ll never ever recall. Oh no!
You’ll never ever recall, which way to go
Just don’t know, don’t know, don’t, don’t, don’t. Ah, yeah
It don’t really matter now, really, it don’t matter if you love me anymore
Yeah, yeah man
And if you think now, it don’t, don’t affect you
And if you think now, it don’t really, really, really affect you baby
Just turn around, just turn around, turn around
Look at yourself now, yeah! Yeah! Just look at yourself now
What do you see, is a reflection of me?
A little of you and a little of me now!
And a little of you and a little of me yeah!
A little of you and a little me here babe, it’s just a little of you
Everyone had a music filled night full of dancing and partying to the sounds of two original artist who are part of their local communities
Hello Torrance, CA-Andy Walo,
Hello San Pedro, CA-Shane O’Brien…
People ran into good friends they haven’t seen in a long time. Harold’s Place was the perfect venue to watch, listen and dance, as tho to be part of the band, real up close and personal like.
Anthony Posa handled the Technical duties masterfully, so there you go! Add in the fact that everyone arrived to their home safe and sound, which can be attributed in part to the responsible ways to get home, made available by Dave and Jennifer Mattina the owners of Harold’s Place in San Pedro. Which had been taken advantage of by those in need for getting home. All in all and considering everything it took to pull it all off, it Made Our Night’s Celebration a Great One and Nothing Short of that