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The Oak Ridge Boys - Boys Night Out
Review by Gary Hill
While he doesn’t sing a lot of the leads, for my money Richard Sterban is the most distinctive thing about the sound of the Oak Ridge Boys.

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Oddnote - Oddnote
Review by Gary Hill

This is a new band just formed last summer. There are ways you can hear that in the music.


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O. A. R. (Of A Revolution) - In Between Now And Then
Review by Gary Hill
O.A.R. is a band with a bit of an identity crisis, when it comes to their name. No, the band is not "Oar", but rather the name is an anacronym that stands for Of A Revolution.
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Off Broadway - Live At Fitzgerald's
Review by Gary Hill
In the mid to the late 1970's it seemed that there was a prevailing sound on the local music scene in the Chicago area. Based on hard edged guitar, Beatles leanings, catchy pop arrangements, and an almost punky texture, this sound was dubbed "power pop".

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Oh, Jeremiah - Tall Tales and Tiny Fables
Review by Gary Hill
The heart and soul of Oh, Jeremiah is singer/songwriter Jeremiah Stricklin.

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Old New York - Before We Hit the Ground
Review by Gary Hill
If you like alternative rock, you are sure to find something you will enjoy here.

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Old New York - Washed Hands (Digital Single)
Review by Diane Hill
Old New York have been creating music since 2009.

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Old Sea Brigade - Old Sea Brigade
Review by Gary Hill
This set is unusual. I suppose the underlying factor here, more than anything else, is sort of a folk rock vibe.

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Joe Olnick - Up All Night
Review by Gary Hill
Joe Olnick plays everything here except the drums.

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Joe Olnick - Joe Olnick Band - Downtown
Review by Gary Hill

This new instrumental album is classy stuff. Previously I reviewed an album by Joe Olnick that featured him playing every instrument but the drums.


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Omeri - Day Dream'n
Review by Gary Hill
This is a soulful, modern pop oriented set. It has a lot of mainstream appeal, but it isn't without its defects.

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Once Around Saturn - These Promises
Review by Gary Hill
If you are a fan of the electronic based 80s music, you will love this. This is really a retro piece of nostalgia.

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Michael ONeill - I Like It Like That
Review by Gary Hill
This might not be the most original thing I’ve heard, but it’s quite a catchy and compelling disc.

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Ooggz - Welcome to Neptune
Review by Gary Hill
I like hip hop, I’m just not blown away by all of it.

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Oranjjoolius - Oranjjoolius
Review by Gary Hill
It’s pretty tough to find a lot of information about this outfit. They are apparently fairly new.

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Orgy - Vapor Transmission
Review by Brian Angotti
Just when you thought Orgy was going to be one hit wonders, the band drops a killer album. Vapor Transmission is the second effort from the gender-bending band Orgy.
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Orgy - Talk Sick
Review by Gary Hill
Mix Duran Duran with Marilyn Manson and you are pretty close to what you get here.

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Donny Osmond - One Night Only
Review by Gary Hill

It's interesting how perceptions are altered when you just listen to something version seeing and hearing it. I reviewed this same show in DVD form in the last issue of Music Street Journal.


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Other Desert Cities - The History of What’s To Come
Review by Gary Hill
The easiest description for this four track set would be “pop rock.”

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The Other Life - Moody
Review by Gary Hill

This extended single or EP has three versions of the same song. The first is the main version, and it is followed by two remixes.


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Otis - Eyes of the Sun
Review by Gary Hill

If you dig a classic blues rock sound, there is plenty to like here. These guys almost feel like they should have been around in the 1970s.


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Outlaws - Legacy Live
Review by Gary Hill
This new double live CD is from the Outlaws' 2015 tour. These guys were always, in many ways, the quintessential Southern rock band.

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Ozomatli - Non-Stop Mexico to Jamaica
Review by Gary Hill
The title of this album is pretty accurate. This is basically Latin music with a reggae edge.

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Chet O’Keefe - Because of You
Review by Gary Hill
If you like your folk delivered with a lot of country, you might like this.

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