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Scott Mosher
CD Reviews
Deep Horizon
Review by Gary Hill
With Scott Mosher's latest release he continues a trend of producing extremely potent metallic progressive rock. It's amazing how he can continue to put out one album after another without any weak tracks or losers.

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Inferno
Review by Gary Hill
With Inferno Scott Mosher has shown once again that he is an incredible talent to be reckoned with in the harder edged prog field.
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Virtuality
Review by Gary Hill
Scott Mosher is an artist of considerable talent and ideals. The liner notes to his CD list a very extensive list of environmental, social and other idealistic charities that Mosher supports.
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Interviews
Scott Mosher
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Scott Mosher From 2004



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Oceans of Night
Review by Gary Hill
Interview with Scott Mosher of Oceans of Night from 2009
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Oceans of Night - Domain
Review by G. W. Hill

Some might call this heavy metal, and others, like myself, will put it under progressive rock.


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Various Artists - Got Prog? - Sampler 1
Review by Greg Olma
Sampler compilations are always sketchy endeavors. I for one would not want to compile one myself. My tastes are far too wide and I would be thinking of what I like and not what I thought fits best.
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Oceans of Night - Midnight Rising
Review by G. W. Hill

It seems to me that each album from Oceans of Night is better than the one that came before it.


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Various Artists - Poetry of the Air: A Collection of Love Letters to Music from Musicians written by Gary Hill
Review by Greg Olma
I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 


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Oceans of Night - The Shadowheart Mirror
Review by Gary Hill

When I heard about this project and knew that it was a new band featuring Scott Mosher, I figured that two things would be true.


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