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Most recent release, Where Words Do Not Reach (2015)
OHO's music is varied and rich and their singers add their individual styles. (email@example.com)
Out of print
Recommended for pop/rock fans or Hand to Mouth completists
Steve Carr—bass guitars
Slightly prog-flavoured pop.
See OHO's site
Steve Carr—bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
David Appleby—bass on 1 track
OHO and Steve Carr
This is a very nice and varied record. The band go though many different styles and appear to be at home in all of them. The tracks Grace Hearn sings on are elevated by her uniquely spirited delivery. The other singers also bring something special to the table. A very intriguing listen all told. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
See OHO's site
David Reeve and Jay Graboski and others varying over time (credits on DVD and nearly impossible to retype)
OHO and Bill Pratt
Twenty tracks, the first thirteen of which have never been released and were recorded between 1983 and 2000. The last seven are listed as bonus tracks and were originally released on the OHO, Up and Oriency Anthology albums. Very prog though with a variety of intermingling styles. A very interesting listen for anyone interested in the progress of progressive pop/rock. (email@example.com)
Thanks to Anna Maria Stjärnell work on this entry.
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