OHO

Steps 1971-2019 Just Jay & His Sonic Sphere of Acquaintance

Jay Graboski (of OHO)

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Jay Graboski is likely known to most music fans as a member of the Baltimore eclectic progressive rock band OHO which formed all the way back in 1970. On this latest compilation titled STEPS (1971-2019) Graboski has handpicked his work from a number of bands including OHO, Lunar Merchant, El Sledge+, Food For Worms, Dark Side and many others.

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Where Words Do Not Reach

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Takes the listener to a time and place no longer present in the phenomenal world, although its spirit remains available to access through doorways such as this instrumental music provides.

"Where Words Do Not Reach" presents the instrumental music composed and performed by the artistic Baltimore collective of artists and musicians known as OHO;

Takes the listener to a time and place no longer present in the phenomenal world, although its spirit remains available to access through doorways such as this instrumental music provides.

"Where Words Do Not Reach" presents the instrumental music composed and performed by the artistic Baltimore collective of artists and musicians known as OHO; covering the period 1974-2015.

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Ocean City Ditty

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"O-C-E-A-N-C-I-TY!! Not since Ol' Blue Eyes did "New York, New York", has a song so embodied the character of a city. This song should be blaring from speakers as you roll in on Ocean Gateway, much like "Viva Las Vegas" at the Bellagio fountain pool. Long live the Ditty!" -Dan Long (Bonefish Grill, Manager)

"Fantastic!"--Matt Eichorn (CEO,

"O-C-E-A-N-C-I-TY!! Not since Ol' Blue Eyes did "New York, New York", has a song so embodied the character of a city. This song should be blaring from speakers as you roll in on Ocean Gateway, much like "Viva Las Vegas" at the Bellagio fountain pool. Long live the Ditty!" -Dan Long (Bonefish Grill, Manager)

"Fantastic!"--Matt Eichorn (CEO, Musicvox Guitars) I played one of his M1-5 electric 12-string guitars on the Ditty.

The legendary OHO returns with their first CD single, Ocean City Ditty, a paean to their favorite Maryland resort town.

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Okinawa

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"Astonishingly full of weirdness that falls somewhere in Syd Barret-era Floydland; some psychedelia, some art noise, some bizarre theatrics--but all around inventive and well-crafted." (Trouser Press Record Guide)

Here we have the official CD reissue of Okinawa, a rare progressive/psychedelic album by Baltimore band OHO, 1st released as a 15 track

"Astonishingly full of weirdness that falls somewhere in Syd Barret-era Floydland; some psychedelia, some art noise, some bizarre theatrics--but all around inventive and well-crafted." (Trouser Press Record Guide)

Here we have the official CD reissue of Okinawa, a rare progressive/psychedelic album by Baltimore band OHO, 1st released as a 15 track vinyl 12" record in July 1974. This Vintage disc features the original recordings in their intended sequence, now including 15 "bonus" tracks from the original sessions that were omitted from the original 1974 record due to the then prohibitive cost of releasing a double LP.

The Vintage package includes extensive liner notes and hermeneutics in a 20-page booklet along with credits, lyrics, anecdotes, "classic" quotes, poems, period photographs and much more. The unique garage-progressive/proto punk/"kitchen sink" style of OHO will appeal to fans of the Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart, Gentle Giant school of progressive music as well as to those looking for something original, psychedelic and/or bizarre and daring. This 74 minute CD comes housed in high gloss tri-fold Pepto Bismal-pink digipak cover!

OHO guitarist Jay Graboski worked closely with the Vintage label overseeing the new digital remastering of this classic material that is now over 36 years old. Jay has been a member of this ever transmogrifying ensemble since late 1973 when rehearsals for the January 1974 recording sessions for Okinawa began, and continues to record and perform under this moniker with drummer/multi-instrumentalist, David Reeve.

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