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Oho
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Oho (sometimes written OHO) is a Baltimore band that originally featured members Mark O'Connor, Joe O'Sullivan, and Steve Heck (hence the band name OHO); Jay Graboski and fusion drummer Larry Bright were later invited to join. which resulted in their 1974 debut album Okinawa. In June, 1974 OHO disappeared into Sheffield studios to record the follow-up, Vitamin Oho, adventurous, jazz-flecked, elemental, chamber music fusing psychedelic and progressive moves into one fascinating whole. Further recordings appeared throughout the 70s, and intermittently in the 80s and 90s with varying lineups. The band continues to play as a trio.
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http://www.ohomusic.com
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Releases on file (14)
Jay Graboski — Just Jay (& His Sonic Sphere of Acquaintance) - Steps 1971-2019 Jay Graboski — Just Jay (& His Sonic Sphere of Acquaintance) - Steps 1971-2019
(Oho music OM 069, 2019, CD)
Oho — Gazebo Oho — Gazebo
(Ohomusic OM067, 2018, CD)
Oho — Where Words Do Not Reach Oho — Where Words Do Not Reach
(Oho Music OM64.75, 2015, )
Oho — Ocean City Ditty Oho — Ocean City Ditty
(Oho Music OM063, 2014, CD)
Oho — Bricolage Oho — Bricolage
(Oho Music, 2008, CD+DVD)
Various Artists — The Best of Baltimore's Buried Bands II Various Artists — The Best of Baltimore's Buried Bands II
(Oho OM 053, 2003, 2CD)
Oho — Recollections Oho — Recollections
(Oho Music , 2002, CD)
Oho — Oho Oho — Oho
(Sky Records, 1990, CD)
Oho — Up (The Oriency Anthology 1985-2002) Oho — Up (The Oriency Anthology 1985-2002)
(Oho Music OM 052, 1985/2003, CD)
Oho — Rocktronics Oho — Rocktronics
(Clean Cuts CC 5001, 1984, LP)
Various Artists — The Best of Baltimore's Buried Various Artists — The Best of Baltimore's Buried
(Balto Weird BWR LP 1001, 1979, LP)
Oho — Ecce Oho — Ecce
(Little Wing America LW 3053, 1975/1997, CD)
Oho — Vitamin Oho Oho — Vitamin Oho
(Little Wing America LW 3023, 1975/1991, LP)
Oho — Okinawa Oho — Okinawa
(Rockadrome ROCK028-V-2, 1974/2010, CD)

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