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Ryo Okumoto - Live in N. Hollywood, CA, July 2006
Review by Lorraine Kay
As if he doesn't already have a full plate, Spock's Beard keyboardist Ryo Okumoto has added to his list of things to do - "build a new band and call it Code Red."
Opeth - Live in Rosemont, IL May 13, 2008
Review by Greg Olma
Opeth are one of those bands that all my friends have been trying to get me to see. Well, I finally experienced them live as they were part of the Progressive Nation Tour.
Ozone Quartet - Live In NC, January 13th, 2000
Review by Vivian Lee
At 11:45 Ozone Quartet filled the night with jazz-fusion grooves. The one woman, three man group from Raleigh NC was playing at Chapel Hill's The Local 506 in support of their latest CD, Nocturne.
Ozric Tentacles - Live In Milwaukee, WI 2000
Review by Gary Hill
The Ozrics came to Milwaukee and brought their particular brand of space rock to an appreciative audience. The band’s style seems to combine elements of Hawkwind with harder almost metallic elements, Grateful Deadish jamming and a solid prog sensibility.
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