2011 music video featuring 1974 vintage OHO music tracks overdubbed in 2008 with the lead vocals and the acoustic guitarism of El Sledge, (Matt Graboski). “The Plague,” (inspired by the Albert Camus’ novel), is Matt’s favorite OHO song. Videographer, Bill Pratt, marries super 8mm film of a rare 1975 live OHO performance, (the only known existing OHO film), with current footage of both Matt and drummer Steve Sroka, known as El Sledge+. A loop of Matt’s “Mad Mardygan” plays in the background during the credits.
The ever-excellent Rockadrome label changes step, releasing this 1974 private press prog/experimental LP from Baltimore fruit loops OHO. This version restores all the material that was supposed to make the original single LP a double–clocking […]
Progressive Magazine gives OHO Okinawa reissue a 16/16, their highest rating! Longtime readers certainly recall Baltimore’s OHO, subject of a feature way back in Issue No. 28. This six-panel digipak, complete with 20-page booklet (featuring […]