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OCEAN MUSIC REVIEWS



Ocean's voice is an amazing instrument of substantial range and texture, tone and mood.


"A Music Sorceress!", raves one review of Ocean, singer-songwriter-producer. "One listen and you will definitely be under Ocean's spell!", from another. 

Ocean's entrancing vocals range from breathy tones to the intensity of impassioned acrobatics, on grooves ranging from powerpop to street funk to mesmerizing hypnotica.

“RIDE THE CURRENT AND DISCOVER A TIDAL WAVE OF TALENT! ONCE YOU’VE HEARD OCEAN’S MUSIC, YOU’LL BE ADDICTED LIKE THE REST OF US!"

                                      - DJ Now  U.K.

 Ocean's Second CD, Ocean Rises on a Beautiful Current of Exotic and Satiny Style. Her Vocal Gifts Accentuate a Lush Caribbean Feel and Tribal Rhythms.

Ocean's voice is a unique instrument of multi-octave sensuality, compared to Blondie, Madonna, Evanescence, and Sade, also like a sultry, female Robert Plant or Prince, with hints of Al Green.

"In some of the songs, her voice rises to the heights of a chanteuse and in others her street-wise punkish voice is pure pop."  - FromThe Source


   "On Mermaid Music, Ocean's debut CD, Ocean took us on a vocal voyage through all music styles, showcasing her eclectic range of talent. 

   In some of Ocean's numbers, her voice is compelling and croony, and in some, a purely pop  radio star sound is heard. Other songs showcase her grungy metal fare, like the spell-binding Cool Way to Do, a metal durge, reminessant of Ozzie Osborne's Black Sabbath. Siren Song, an enchanting number story-telling tune, Ocean's voice is rather like Sarah MacLaghlin's, and Love-Junkie is a great rock funk song with raps like a female 50Cent.Upset has Ocean writing and singing like an RandB-savvy songstress, and Sting and Sade would feel at home on Hot Nights. Evanescence is comparable on Pegasus, and recalling early sixties jazz scatters like Peggy Lee, Nothing Special is actually exactly that. My favorite, I Want, the first track on the CD is a masterful study in hypnotic groove trance, and the sizzling exotic rocker, Snake Hips takes you on a ride back to the pure states of rock found only in Hendrix or Ten Years After of even The Mothers of Invention. 

   Ocean has created a CD running the range of pop genres and of influences, and her vocals are great enough for this journey, as the promo states, through the seven seas." - Popular Pop

OCEAN UNVEILS NEW CD, “OCEAN

Ocean, acclaimed Artist-songwriter and producer, has a new CD debuting in Autumn, 2009. Entitled, simply, ‘Ocean’, it showcases the mesmerizing and lush vocals she is known for, and, this time, in a more relaxed, adult-contemporary vein. The songs on the self-titled CD are luxurious, melodic numbers, often with romantic themes- but some run toward the darker realms of mythic realms, and toward the exotic in structure, rhythm, and style. Overall, the listener is lured into a sensual dream of sound, seduced by Ocean’s haunting vocals.

Her well- received and eclectic first release, Mermaid Music, was, in the words of one reviewer, 


“Sultry and exotic, as her image would suggest,…slick and well-crafted..(with) psychedelic funk workouts..prepare to be entranced.” - The Power of Pop


Buy Ocean's CD Mermaid Music Now!