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Mario Millo (ex: Sebastian Hardie, Windchase) - Epic III (1979)

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Genre: Rock, Progressive Rock, Symphonic Prog | Label: Musea | Cat.#: FGBG 4319.AR

In 1979, Millo recorded 'Epic III', his first solo album. He and his band toured Australia promoting 'Epic III' as support act to Joan Armatrading ... however, as a result of the ongoing success of 'Against The Wind', there was great demand for Mario and co-composer Jon English to headline their own tour to promote 'Against the Wind'.

MARIO MILLO was born in Sydney, Australia in May 1955 to Italian parents, both whom had musical backgrounds. His music career began at the age of five when his father taught him to play the mandolin. By nine, he had begun performing in various Sydney night-clubs and was fast becoming an accomplished guitar player.

In 1967, at twelve years of age, he formed his first band, wrote his first song and two years later his second band 'The Clik' were the winners of a major 'battle of the bands' launching the group into mainstream live venues and their first record release. 'The Clik' broke up in late 1973 and Millo decided to join Sydney band 'Sebastian Hardie'. It was with this band that he began to develop his unique writing style and in 1975, Sebastian Hardie released their debut album 'Four Moments' which achieved gold status soon after its release. The bands second album 'Windchase' was released a year later - both these albums were hailed as classic progressive rock performances, with Sebastian Hardie recognised as one of the most innovative rock bands of the seventies. The band toured Australia with many international acts including Santana, Lou Reed, Osibisa and Focus. Sebastian Hardie held their own alongside these major acts in the eyes and ears of audiences and the press with Millo's melodic and soulful guitar playing gaining the respect of legend guitarists Carlos Santana and Jan Akkermann and the praise of his many followers. A stream of great reviews followed each of their performances and Mario Millo was acknowledged as 'a guitar master from Down Under'.

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Track Listing

1. Epic III (14:20)
The Journey
Valley of Music
Musical Passages
Spectrum of Instruments
Wisdom Teacher
Home Coming
Captured Moments
2. Life in Our Hands (4:32)
3. Mary's Theme (6:12)
4. Quest Theme (6:11)
5. Harlequin and Columbine (Waltz Theme) (5:31)
6. Castaway (2:42)
7. Sogno D'amore (Love in Dreams) (4:42)
8. Rebecca (Bonus track) (4:23)

Produced by Mario Millo


Mario Millo - all instruments
Jackie Orszaczky - bass
Greg Tell - drums
Mark Kennedy - percussion, drums
Peter Kenny - keyboards
David Glyde - saxophones
Ric Herbert - harmony vocal, choir
Safanya and Ian Stuart - choir
Cos Russo - fender rhodes
Laura Chistlett - flute

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