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Mojave Ocean
  • Artist: Mojave Ocean
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479688669
  • Item #: SRD968866
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/1/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Mojave Ocean on CD

Sometimes called 'Psychedelic Rock from the Other Side,' Mojave Ocean is closer to 'Trip Hop' than Hip Hop. The Vintage Keyboard Sounds seem to stagger from the pages of 70's Art Rock. Rotary Speakers Breathe the Foggy Blacklight Sound Waves from the Hammond Organ as the Minimoog Solo's circle Overhead in the Mellotron Clouds. An Electric Sitar finds it's way through 'Landing Lights,' a song written for the Glow from the hot air Balloons that carry a Pirate Ship named 'Sand Shark' that was found in the Mojave Desert over the 'Mojave Ocean' as the ship slowly falls back to earth as night falls. The name 'Mojave Ocean' comes the Deep Red Colour that the Full Moon finds during a Lunar Eclipse...'And the Ocean turns to Deepest Red... Mojave Ocean was Written by WiL Wesch (Guitars, Electric Sitar, Lead Vocals, Keyboards). Tommy Stewart (Bass, Backing Vocals), Bren Piranio (Seven String Guitars, Backing Vocals, Keyboards) and Paul Kosary (Drums, Percussion) are in the Studio and sometimes in the Live Band. It is very easy to fall into Mojave Ocean music. We all have our 'Machines,' We all want to 'Get There,' Many of us have said 'This is not Happening,' We all live with 'Ghost,' Some of us have walked the plank from the 'Thirteenth Floor,' 'We Know' that 'Somebody's Watching,' and 'Holland' is where we want to go when we see something bad on the news. Welcome to Mojave Ocean.