Kal Bergendahl Project | Parallels Ch. 1

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Parallels Ch. 1

by Kal Bergendahl Project

Groove and melodic hooks are constantly weaved in this deeply focused musical landscape of Jazz-Funk, R&B and Soul.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Horizon
7:06 $0.99
2. The Ravine
6:28 $0.99
3. The Ridge
4:50 $0.99
4. The Clearing
4:10 $0.99
5. The Dawn
6:02 $0.99
6. The Coast
5:52 $0.99
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​“Kal Bergendahl is the guy with the top notch smooth-jazzy, soulful, R&B funkalicious band.”
Paddy Fineran, Kenosha News

“Their unique sound, clear and energetic, yet soulful, could be likened to a combination of David Sanborn and Norah Jones…” Patte Geary, The Sun, Suburban Chicago News

"Great sound, I like the compositions."
Ernie Adams-drummer (Ramsey Lewis, Dizzy Gillespie & Joe Zawinul)

The Kal Bergendahl Project (KBP) is a six-piece instrumental jazz-funk band. The vibrant unit features some of SE Wisconsin’s most familiar jazz faces displaying extraordinary musicianship and technical precision.
Blending free-flowing funk and memorable melodies; the ensemble is driven by a stellar horn section.
Groove and melodic hooks are constantly weaved in their deeply focused musical landscape of Jazz-Funk, R&B and Soul.
By exercising the vocabulary of popular music in the environment of jazz, KBP has a youthful, pop edge permeating their sound.

“Melody, melody, melody.” says composer and bandleader Bergendahl. “For me in my writing and in the music I enjoy, I’m always focusing on the melody. Ultimately that’s what sticks in the listeners ear and what makes a tune memorable. Being a bass player, I love the groove but I try to always make it serve the melody.”



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