Oho - Okinawa CD

SKU 18-Rock 028
Oho were underground semi-legends in Baltimore all during the 1970s and into the early 80s and this is their best and best-known work. I remember they were supposed to play a show with The Muffins in the late 70s and they cancelled their performance because they had all had a big fight with each other - something that I got the impression happened a lot with them! One of the guys ended up running a studio and worked with us when we remixed and remastered <185> by The Muffins. Anyway, their fights have nothing to do with the good sorta psych/out/progressive music here!

"Official reissue of this rare tripped-out progressive psychedelic rock private press record out of Baltimore circa 1974. This release features the entire original recording as it was meant to be, but was shortened for release back in 1974 due to the time constraints of the original vinyl format. Package includes liner notes and photos and 20-page booklet with lyrics, short stories, quotes, poems and more. The unique progressive style of Oho should appeal to fans of the Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart, Gentle Giant school of progressive music as well as those looking for something original, psychedelic and/or bizarre and daring. Were they musical geniuses or just completely zonked out on acid? Housed in high gloss tri-fold digipak cover with 20-page booklet insert!"
  • LabelRockdrome
  • UPC858581028018
Your Price $10.00

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