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Andreas Oberg: My Favorite Guitars

Read "My Favorite Guitars" reviewed by Jay Deshpande


Swedish guitarist Andreas Oberg's My Favorite Guitars is that rare thing among jazz albums: a wolf in sheep's clothing. As the title suggests, Oberg concentrates here on the songs of his major influences (probably the most prominent among them is Pat Martino, and to a lesser extent Django Reinhardt). And throughout the disc's twelve tracks, the guitarist plays over such a plush bed of synthesized strings and rich production, that at times one might lose sight of the raw materials ...

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Andreas Oberg: My Favorite Guitars

Read "My Favorite Guitars" reviewed by Jim Santella


Andreas Oberg honors several of the most recognized guitarists in jazz through this contemporary outing, where his guitar speaks for generations and his smooth approach appeals to a broad audience. A full studio orchestra complements much of the program as Oberg's guitar floats effortlessly over the gathering.

An appealing Brazilian atmosphere pervades on “Aqui, Oh," where the leader's wordless vocals ride waves of warmth that wash over his acoustic guitar with pleasurable results. Oberg enjoys a fluid technique ...


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