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Take Five With Jon O'Bergh

Read "Take Five With Jon O'Bergh" reviewed by Jon Carl O'Bergh

Meet Jon O'Bergh: Jon Carl O'Bergh, known as the “Jedi Of Cool," has released nine albums, including his new smooth jazz/funk/fusion album Skin Deep (Pearl Jazz, 2014). Skin Deep marks O'Bergh's first solo jazz album on the Pearl Jazz recording label. O'Bergh's first release, Millenial Landscapes (Self Produced, 2000) reached no. 2 on the NAV Chart, where his follow-up release Carta (Timescape, 2000) reached no. 1, and his fourth album, Meditations From a Lost World (Timescape, 2002) peaked at ...

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Take Five With Jon O'Bergh

Read "Take Five With Jon O'Bergh" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Jon O'Bergh: Known as the “Jedi of Cool," keyboardist Jon O'Bergh refuses to be pigeonholed in one genre of music. He is adept in a variety of styles including rock, jazz, funk, electronic lounge, ambient--the list goes on. During the past five years, Jon has performed and recorded with the nu-jazz/funk/fusion band Gemini Soul. His experience with Gemini Soul led him to fuse his various influences into a new style. The result is Specters of Twilight, his debut album ...


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