Mark Miller | Echoes of Oblivion

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Echoes of Oblivion

by Mark Miller

includes **Seasons of Ice** REMIX - A kaliedescopic rollercoaster ride of progressive rock with philosophical lyrics and unexpected musical detours
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. jerusalem
6:16 $0.99
2. when you shine
5:43 $0.99
3. march to sea
3:26 $0.99
4. shoreline
1:08 $0.99
5. every step
3:28 $0.99
6. what you feel
4:39 $0.99
7. seasons of ice
8:24 $0.99
8. reason
4:33 $0.99
9. as the starlight falls
3:42 $0.99
10. spectral yes
5:44 $0.99
11. mythria
6:34 $0.99
12. between sad forevers
1:10 $0.99
13. into the rhythm
7:35 $0.99
14. promise
4:11 $0.99
15. i only wish
4:08 $0.99
16. mythria (acoustic live)
4:36 $0.99
17. kings x-ray
3:40 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
***SEASONS OF ICE*** note - after a few inquiries and requests, please be aware that this CD has ALL the songs from othe original 1993 release of the Seasons of Ice album except for(Mi Blooz)~~ (Echoes of Oblivion has the ORIGINAL mix INTENDED for Seasons of Ice "title cut" but not possible due to the constraints of digital editing at the time)PLUS the remaining tracks have been remixed & remastered ~

*Echoes of Oblivion is currently recieving airplay at

Mark has played hundreds shows throughout the Southeastern United States in the 90's as a solo artist and as lead vocalist, guitarist and keyboardist for the popular SC progressive rock band Avant Garde. His first solo album released in 1993 on ICR Records
"Seasons of Ice" sold moderately well and spawned favorites that were requested at AG shows and Mark's solo gigs.

Mark's solo acoustic renditions covered the standard Eagles, Dan Fogelberg and Zeppelin fare but often strayed off the beaten path and turned heads when taking on songs by Todd Rundgren, Yes, Genesis, Steve Hackett, David Gilmour, Dream Theater, Rush, Kansas, Steve Hillage, Sting, Splender and many of the designated prog rock groups of the day. This album is a convergence of all the above influences and styles as well as Mark's original spin on things.

The album is mostly Mark with some help here and there from some great musicians including Avant Garde drummer/vocalist Chris Davis (currently of Pseudo Solomon) and ICR Records recording artist Danny McMahon.



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Chris Ray

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! I especially enjoyed Echoes of Oblivion. Your vocals are
very strong and the production is masterful. I would not hesitate to refer
anyone to record at Wheresville Sound!

Danielle Creeksong

Haunting. Evocative. Layered. Sad.
That's how 'Jerusalem' affected me, the first cut on this amazing CD. Mark Miller proves to be dizzyingly multi-talented throughout, wearing almost every hat in almost every song: singer/songwriter/lyricist/playing all instruments/weaving it all together. . .his very Soul shines through, spinning a web you unwittingly choose to be entangled in!

His depth of talent is also apparent as you are taken from song to song - each one so different from the rest you'd swear it was a composite of artists, not just Miller. The diversity of technique in stringed instruments alone is awe-inspiring, beginning with the tendrils of sweet notes he evokes in 'Jerusalem,' all the way through a bevy of guitar moods--including a teasing background piece in 'Spectral Yes,' that I kept wanting to yank to the foreground and turn into a screaming lead guitar solo.

While a couple of the songs may strike the listener as odd at first, by the 2nd or 3rd listen, you'll find yourself spun yet tighter and --moved-- and wanting to know why. . .

Paul Sesteras

Really cool, I hear the influences in the description
After reading the info I listened to the MP3s, was drawn in by Jerusalem and Seasons of Ice reminds me of old Kansas with a darker edge. Theres alot of different styles on here, not many dull moments. I recommend it.

Donna Jennings

Thought provoking with an edge of psychedelic funk.
WOW if some of these songs don't make you stop and think. Your writing is mind bending and blowing. The music just makes you flow even further with the words until you feel encompassed with the CD. By the middle of the CD you are wondering how the singer knew that was what you were thinking of and then yet at the end you realize that the journey was all his, he just let you on his trip. Listening to this CD was an experience worth repeating and well worth the money.

Devon Lewis / Baltimore MD

Why I go to CD Baby for REAL PROG!!!
There is really no describing this work? Dan Fogelberg meets Yes meets Ravi Shankar? When you think you've heard it all, there's nothing like a nice Bop in the 3rd eye. Amazing this guy isn't signed to a major but such is the state the corporate puke/music machine - Hearing something like this gives me hope and inspiration for the future of music, like hearing the 1st King Crimson album for the first time.
A rollercoaster ride is a great description. Jerusalem is like an eastern fog rolling in with the sitar, tablas and a haunting wood flute, fantastic lyrics throughout ala Peart -the writer is obviously well read in philosophy, religions, cosmology, physics etc. A thinking man's album with great melodies, arrangements & production. Seasons of Ice starts as an epic ELP type synth sprawl resolving into a Beatles acoustic chord fest complete with John & Paul harmonies.
Mythria is awesome and Kings X ray is an obvious nod to the Texas trio (one of my faves) but with a Dream Theater synth on top!!
I'm turning on my friends and waiting for the next CD.