Alzo was an early-’70s vocalist/songwriter from NY whose mellow make of folk-rock was tinted with unexpected brown-eyed spirit and Latin affects. His full carrying out name was Alzo Fronte, and he continues to be credited using the delivery name of Alfred Affrunti. His 1st recordings were manufactured in 1968 with partner Udine (most likely created Ali Noor Uddi), primarily beneath the name Keepers from the Light, with Jeff Barry creating. Changing their name to Alzo & Udine, the duo released many singles on Mercury over 1968-1969, and lower an album entitled C’Mon and Sign up for Us!, also in 1969. While possessed of a solid hippie-folk taste, the record also presented abundant Latin percussion and, provided its soft audio, remarkably soulful vocals from its makers. Alzo subsequently proceeded to go solo and documented a self-titled recording, which was evidently released by Ampex in 1971 and once again by Bell in 1972.