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3.74 | 19 ratings | 2 reviews | 22% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Faith In Art (6:51)
2. Satellite (5:57)
3. Sportscar (4:54)
4. Soulful Experience (5:45)
5. Survive (5:57)
6. Oceans Of The Mind (4:44)
7. World Of Love (6:01)
8. Those Days Are Gone (3:52)

Total Time: 44:05

Line-up / Musicians

- Mario Millo / guitars, vocals, mandolins, Hammond organ
- Jeff Camilleri / bass, backing vocals
- Robbie Siracusa / drums
- Jess Milo / backing vocals
- Dave Wilkins / backing vocals
- David Hirschfelder / Nord synthesizer

Releases information

Red Moon Music #RED 01-008

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MARIO MILLO Oceans Of The Mind ratings distribution

(19 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(22%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(44%)
Good, but non-essential (28%)
Collectors/fans only (6%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

MARIO MILLO Oceans Of The Mind reviews

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Review by Tarcisio Moura
3 stars Until I got this CD through a friendīs recommendation, I didnīt know he was a member of australian bands Sebastian Hardy and Windchase. What he plays on Oceans Of The Mind is very nice, well crafted, pop prog tunes that shows his habilities as a singer, guitarrist and songwriter. He has a very warm voice and his playing is quite charming, subtle and seductive, instead of flashy or pompous. In fact, his music here does sound like a movieīs soundtrack about visiting australian beaches during summertime (yes, it is that light and sunny).

He uses small accompaniment on this CD, mostly just bass, drums and some Hammond, plus strings and the occasional female backing vocals here and there. Most of the time he relies on his compositions skills and playing his tasteful guitar licks and solos. The instrumental Sportscar is a nice exemple of how to be subtle, simple and very good at the same time. With no fillers and recorded with the right production, this the kind of CD to be heard while relaxing with a nice background, preferably (but not only) on the beach or by the swimming pool, on a hot summer day. Not really essential, but very well done.

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5 stars 'Oceans of the Mind' is possibly Mario Millo's finest hour. Highly emotional, summery songs that get under your skin and stick with you, Mario is blessed with one of the purest voices in all of prog, and his wonderful joyous guitar playing recalls Peter Green and Andy Latimer. If you enjoyed at all ... (read more)

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